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The picture of the boys sawing wood. Last spring two young men were hauling cord wood here, so in September we began to saw wood. Two boys pull the saw, and two boys hold the wood and another one brings the wood. When the two boys that saw grow tired they change and then two other boys pull the saw. One boy splits the wood, and sometimes two boys split. When three boys split the wood they split very fast so we carry it in the wood shad. [[signature]] Frank Calico. [[/signature]]
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