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[left page] JUNE 15 Thursday Good day all day. last day of school. Robert went to Chaple point swimming, I finished up late loaded. and brought it home. [[strikethrough]] cultivated tobacco in afternoon. daddy ordered pickup bales from Maryland Job Ground [[good guess?]]. fixed tires at night. JUNE 16 Friday Good day all day. planted Tobacco all day. Jim up here for a few minutes. I went to movies at night, Adina [[good guess?]] May went we [[strikethrough]] me, got home 12 oclock. she is a nice girl, hope I can go out with her again soon, Hot weather. June 15-1775-Washington made commander-in-chief of the Continental Army. 1836-Arkansan admitted to the Union. 1904-Steamer "General Slocum" burned in the East River, N.Y. City: 1021 lives June 16-1898-U.S Squadron bombarded Santiago, Cuba. 1920-First meeting of League of Nations council held in London, Eng. [right page] JUNE 17 Saturday good day all day. planted Tobacco. I cultivated corn for 2nd time, men Tobacco. [[Brent?]] & Wife, Aggie, Robert & daddy to Waldorf. Mrs [[Freemen?]]. Bob & I over to Aunt Graces to get milk for his boys [[good guess?]], had trouble with Curtise[[good guess?]] Truck. got home 12 oclock, saw Adina May. JUNE 18 Sunday Good day all day. Robert [[good guess?]] Raling up here in the morning. Daddy & I down on other place. Mary, Mother & daddy up to Helens [[?]] & Earls. Jack Dyson, Wife & another man up here at night, left at 11 oclock. Robert & I built body on wagon for halling baled hay, 16'4" long to 6 1/2' wide. got to bed 12 oclock. Mary, Robert & Daddy to church. June 17-1775-Battle of Bunker Hill fought. 1825-Cornerstone of Bunker Hill monument laid. 1919-Mail carried by Alcock and Browne in transatlantic flight from Newfoundland delivered in London. June 18-1812-U.S declared war against Great Britain, starting of the War of 1812. 1815-Wellington defeated Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo. 1829-London metropolitan police first organized
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