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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1915-1917

Frank McMillan Diary 1915-1917 4.pdf

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March 1st. sowed Tomatoes Cabbages + Peppers.

1st. 3 sashes B. First + Best Tomato. 1 sash Bonny {?} Best tomato Next 4 sash. Our own Pepper seed- then 1 sash C. Wakefield Cabbages 1/2 sash Copenhagen Market Cabbages 1/2 sash S. Premier Cabbages 2 sashes H. Succession Cabbages weather clear + cold.

Mch 2nd Sowed 11 sashes more Onions (4 sashes next pea {?} trio are J. Y. Danvers. then 7 sashes of Johnston Prizetaken {?} weather cold + windy

March 5th, could + windy

March 6th snow storm on all last night

March 8th Sowed 4 sashes Chalks Jewel Tomatoes (4 oz seeds)

March 9th + 10th weather fine + mild + Bright.

March 12th. Clear + cool. stopped fishing today. have been pruning the last few days.

March 17th weather clear + cool. still pruning trees.

March 19th weather still clear + cool. north + East winds for about two weeks. still pruning trees.

March 19th + 20th unloaded can of manure for hotbeds for transplanting

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