The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963 Page: 546
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
26 [?] Eld Duncin and My Self got to Brother Thomus Box
6 I left broth Box
7 Started from Sister Damron Crosed Over trinity river
and Stopted at Cofman
8 Got to Mr Allens with the Horses
11 I was invited home With Mr Hugh Cummins a Christian
Preacher from N. Y. I was treated fine
14 I Stoped with Mr Thomas Cortrite on the Dallas Road
Vanzandt Co found frost in the Morning for the first
15 Stopted with Mr Joseph Cox in Vanzandt Co heavy frost
9 M Crosed blar Creek
16 S Hopper Smith Co Dalles road 15 Miles Travle
17 S Paron Dodson Smith Co Dalles road
18 S Joel prickett Smith Co Dalles road
20 I got Some See [?] at Mr Mace ice plant Verry fine
20 S Mosley 18 Miles having Crossed the Sabean River
22 S Thomas D Harres at Noon 23 I got My Washing
dun 2 pare 3 and One Shert
24 S With His Sun
25 S John Hall
26 S A wagoner After Dark Having ben turned away
27 I got to Shreaves porte I took Passage On the linda
Went down read R for Orleans 700 Miles
3go Got in Alexander rappeds before Day
1 We landed in New Orleans 11 O clock P. M.
1 I took passage On Steam Boat Morning Starr left at
8 Landed at St Louis at 9 0 clock A. M.
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