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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916

Albert'Russell'McKay_1909-1916_118.pdf

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114

jan 1914

june 12 fixed up the bees

feb 1914

feb 4 dad & i went over to uxbudye village

i went to the moving picture a how in the evening of feb 4 1914.

we got our 2nd load of straw from a hunter on feb 2nd and also a load of hay same day

march

got a load of straw from ed fielding and a load of hay from cemetery on march 9th 1914

miss addie coombjand mr hoskim were married on march 11th 1914

we tap for 29 buckets over at chirsters fush on march 17th 1914

we saved wood at own place on march 16th 1914 and a hunters on march 17th A.M

march 18 it is snowing.

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