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Railroad - S.J. and S.N. narrow - wage guage - finished to Lockeford - 206. Reception - given to Ida and Mr. Pascoe - wedding - 267. Railroad - Northern Pacific completed - 287. Removal of Ida to her own house - 321 - to Redwood - 401.
Started East - Horace Mann to enter College - 162 Stabbed - Frank Pygall by Hiram James in Lodi Saloon - 159 School - Private - Ada taught - 109 Sawing Lumber here on our place - 26 Snow-storms - 243 - 251 - 326 Snow storms - Jan. 26 & 27 - 1880 - 18 Sheep-nuisance trial - 23 Stove-new Buck - Nov. 19. 1880 - 76 School - Howard commence at Tomales, Marin Co. 98 School - Ida commenced in Washington Dist. Dec. 26. 1881 - 171. Sewing-machine - "Wheeler & Wilson" - 180. Sunday School organized at Athearn's - Apr. 17. 1881 - 109. Sold out Store to Ambrose - May 1. 1882 - 187. School - Willie entered Normal - San Jose - and Mary Perry. Sem. at Sac. 215 Store built - corner of Main St. and Locust Avenue - 270. Suicide of Mr. Wardrobe - 341 - of George E. McStay - 379. Soldiers at "Moquelumos Grant" - 360. Suicide of Willie Derby - 381 Tank - house commenced - 98 Tarantula - Horace Mann found in N.E. - 208
Stabbed - Luther by "Old Man White" - 281
Original dimensions: 22 x 34 cm.
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