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November 26
Sunday [[?]] day all day. [[Snow?]] on the ground. Nobody came and we went nowhere. I went up to [[?]] [[Mac's?]] in afternoon and stayed till 11 oclock, carried Patty home, in Washington. [[?]] [[Mac?]] went along. Kissed [[her?]] goodnight.

November 27
Monday fair day all day[[.?]] [[?]] [[worked?]] all day. cut wood and fixed for killing [[hogs?]], carried [[?]] ton of straw to Mr [[?]] [[?]] [[afternoon?]]. Called [[?]] [[Mac?]] up [[at?]] night. Bob [[Via?]], Wallace [[?]] and I to movies at [[?]] [[some?]] "Chain Lightning" got home 11:30

November 26-1832-First street railway in U.S. opened in N.Y.
            1833-First newspaper in Chicago issued.
            1852-Santiago, Cuba, damaged by earthquake.

November 27-1873-Hoosac Tunnel completed in Mass. mountains.
            1886-Arbor Day observed for first time in San Francisco.
            1895-Alexandre Dumas, the Younger, died.

November 28
Tuesday good day all day got [[?]] Watson and help kill hogs. Killed 4 [[?]] and I stayed home, snowed some [[as?]] [[?]], went up to see [[?]] [[Mac?]] at night and kissed her goodnight and got home 11 oclock [[Mary?]] [[and?]] work as usual. Micky came and wants 1/2 ton of hay.
November 29
Wednesday good day all day. [[?]] Watson helped cut out hogs. Uncle Frank Uncle [[?]] and [[Henry?]] came [[down?]] hunting all day. Aunt [[Kady?]] came in afternoon to see mother. Called [[?]] [[Mac?]] up at night and saw her at school. Mary was 20 years old today.

November 28-1889-Big fire in Boston, Mass.; $5,000,000 loss.
            1919-Lady Astor, first woman member of Parliament, elected to the British House of Commons.
            1929-Richard E. Byrd flew over the South Pole.

November 29-1832-Louisa M. Alcott, author of "Little Women," born.
            1864-Ether for surgical operations discovered.
            1937-Italy recognized Manchukuo as an independent state.

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