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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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1910 = Daily Record. = 1910


April 1 Friday. doing chores. cultivating in lower field. F.W.M. cultivating & sowing mixed grain. very nice day.

April 2 Saturday. doing chores. disc harrowing & dragging. F.W.M. sowing mixed grain. very nice day.

April 3 Sunday. doing chores. at home all day. a little rain at night.

April 4 Monday. doing chores. went to woods & got some poles to put on fence. harrowing. cleaned out water furrows. & disc-harrowing in lower north field. nice day warm. F.W.M. took grain to mill for chop.

April 5 Tuesday. doing chores. cultivating in lower field. & in next field west. F.W.M. cultivating & sowing barley.

April 6 Wednesday. doing chores. harrowing in lower field. cultivating for oats. cool west wind. a little rain.

April 7 Thursday. doing chores. & harrowing on oat field. F.W.M. sowing oats. down street at night. & sold Butter & eggs. F. Clement & wife came here. got Bread tickets 14.

April 8 Friday. doing chores. cultivating & harrowing. oat field. finished field very nice day. F.W.M. sowing & cultivating.

April 9 Saturday. doing chores. furrowed out oat field. & helping Father to put stone in house cellar. for wall.

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