Diary Entries (Etta Anderson? (undated))

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Diary Entries (Etta Anderson? (undated))


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Civil War
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North America
North America -- United States of America -- Florida
North America -- United States of America -- Tennessee
North America -- United States of America

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[Diary entries. Undated. Unaka and Jonesborough, Tenn.]

July 26 Yesterday & today have been lovely days, the atmosphere has long been cooled
by the previous rain. The air feels so bracing, and outdoor life is luxurious. I took C & P
down to the sand bank this morning where they were having a delightful time playing,
when a little bee stung C & she had to come to the house. [July] 25 This afternoon I took
a short walk with Messers. [?] Boone Dorser [?] & Bruner to see the freshet from the late
July 26 Sister M & I went with Mrs. Doser [?] up a a small mountain to obtain a
pretty view of the surrounding country. We came back by a little cabin, and walked
home through a very shady and interesting road. July 27 Another lovely day. Patton & I
had a pleasant ramble together this afternoon, which he said he enjoyed. Mrs. Deadinck
[?] has a longer crowd than I have seen since coming to Unaka. Had a row in Mrs. K's
new boat.
Jonesborough Aug. 2nd
We left Unaka Friday morning and arrived here about 2 P.M: We found our boarding
house all we had expected, and are much pleased with the prospect of several months
here. Mr. & Mrs. Keefaurer are both quite pleasant and I think we shall even feel very
much at home. Patton & Charlie enjoy the nice grassy yard immensely.

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