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[[preprinted]] JUNE 11 [[/preprinted]]
Sunday
Good day all day. got up early and all of us went up to Margot Wards to them up to Aunt Patty for the day, got home at 8oclock P.M. I drove my car up their. Bob Via came after we got back, also Nan Brook came to see daddy, aunt Hommel + Uncle Gamit came sometime during day. Left note.

[[preprinted]] JUNE 12 [[/preprinted]]
Monday
Good day all day. Robert + I  to school. I over to Aunt Graces to carry barrels for to get milk for Bob. planted tobacco in orchard after tobacco and sweet potatoes. Went to Bobs at night. saw Adina May.


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June 11–1776–Congressional committee appointed to draft the Declaration of Independence.
        1905–Russia and Japan agreed to peace parley in Portsmouth, N.H.
        1906–Public schools opened in Philippine Islands.

June 12–1665–N.Y. City incorporated under British law.
        1838–Territory of Iowa organized.
        1872–First Japanese railway opened.
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[[preprinted]] JUNE 13 [[/preprinted]]
Tuesday Good day, spread manure on tobacco land and got up Tobacco hills in afternoon. Jim came for dinner. Mary to school with us for day. Went to Bobs at night and went over to watch television at Edelands.

[[preprinted]] JUNE 14 [[/preprinted]]
Wednesday Good day all day. Robert & I to school. I worked off tobacco land in afternoon, men planted tobacco. Mary & Jim to chaple point swimmming. Bob & I to Graduation at night, then got icecream and went up to Bobs and had party with Adina May.

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June 13-1876-First Chinese railway opened.
        1886-King of Bavaria drowned himself.
        1933-National Industrial Recovery Act enacted in U.S.

June 14–1777-Stars and Striped adopted by Congress as the national flag; celebrated in schools as FLAG DAY.
        1900-Territory of Hawaii organized.
        1913-Gatun Locks of Panama Canal completed.
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