Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Saturday, November 24th, 1860

To day I (went) ducking with Mr. Lund and walked down to Mother's where we took dinner. The mill ground 39 bushels of corn. weather clear but cold.

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  1. 150 years ago today . . . in the news . . . [FAYETTEVILLE, ARK.] THE ARKANSIAN. A Southern Churchwoman's View of Slavery. I have thought it might be interesting to some of your readers, especially the northern portion, to hear something of what the Germans call "Our inner life." In a word it may be interesting to them to hear, honestly, a southern woman's opinion on slavery. . . .

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  2. 150 years ago today . . . in the news . . . Richmond Daily Dispatch.. We observed, while on a visit to a lady friend, a bonnet and dress of Georgia Linsey and cotton, designed for the daughter of one of our leading secessionists. . . .

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  3. 150 years ago today . . . in Houston County, Texas . . . assorted citizens signed and submitted a Petition to Sam Houston . . .

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