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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916

Albert'Russell'McKay_1909-1916_101.pdf

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june moth 1912

mon 24, i had eight little while wyandottes chickens come out on sat & sunday june 23rd &24, 1912 and one littlw black me up at mrs jewell.

thur 27. we moved our pigs over to the month side of garden last night wed june 26 1912 pigs.

woker get our calf from red cow for $11.00 there was a garden party at will book prospect m weddnesday night june 26th 1912.

miss piece of port perry was married m wednesday afternoon june 26, 1912, to mr ward from victoria comments.

we got 200 lbs of wheat chop at carne gies mill on sat june 9th 1912. at $1.50 per hundred

i planted the pe as out month of house on sat june 29th 1912 at night

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