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Archive for May, 1870

Blacksmithing again.  Till three o’clock I was alone in my room.  My [?] was off on account of the decorating day which we celebrated in the afternoon.  Had a splendid time.  The Lodge met after the Post got through with the hall, which they did about half past eight.  Got a letter from Sara darling.

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Blacksmithing again.  Worked all day at the fire making clasps, yokes, etc.  Went to hang a May basket in the eve but didn’t make out.

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Attended church and Sunday school.  Took care of my body, book, and wrote a letter home.  Took a short walk with Bullard, then went to a temperance meeting and called into Mr. Wiggins.

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Blacksmithing.  Jobed and made clasps for a big ice wagon which we are getting up.  Met to sing with about twelve others for decoration day.  Also rehearsed for the choir.

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Blacksmithing again.  Bolted off tires and fixed up carriage parts.  Went to a lecture in the eve and also wrote a letter to my Sara.

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Blacksmithing again.  I ironed a wheelborough and bolted off a couple of set of wheels.  Got a letter from home.  All right.  I feel better tonight than I did last night.

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Blacksmithing again.  Fixed up a buggy for Eaton.  My eaten dinner didn’t sit well and gave me the collic [sic].  I didn’t go the lecture on [missing] that occurred.

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