Northampton, Hampshire County, Massachusetts

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  • Page 110

    Part of Religious – Book of Revelations 1838-1842

    Excerpt:
    Recollections First four years, in North [Hampton]. 1. Lying in the bed room on the lower floor sick with measles taking black pills. 2. Standing in the chair at table at meals. (Sleeping with Aunt H) playing with her letters etc. incensed at the interference of Uncle Ozem.) Quarrelling with cousin Eldad and in the event throwing the post axe at him cutting him in the back [written up side down] Trade M ...
  • Page 34

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    May 15, 1873 ~ Thursday May 15 1873 It has Now been raining 2 days & night I staid at the farm May 16, 1873 ~ Friday 16. [FIGURES] it is still raining I took 28 bushels of wheat to Mill I received a letter from Mrs Gravenston I returned to the City & took a load of wheat to Mill 6 M[iles] 16. I spent the day at home choreing May 17, 1873 ~ Saturday 17. I took cars at 6 oclok & went ...
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    May 15, 1873 May 16, 1873 May 17, 1873