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Farming

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 65 Collections and/or Records:

Wabash Carnegie Public Library oral history transcripts

 Collection
Identifier: OH033
Scope and Contents This collection contains oral history transcripts of interviews with 45 individuals, conducted by George Dingledy for the Wabash Carnegie Public Library Oral History Project ranging from 1971 to 1986, regarding their lives and the history of Wabash, Indiana and the surrounding area.
Dates: 1971-1986

WAMW/WFML Radio, Edward C. Faith interview

 Collection — Folder OH007
Identifier: OH007
Scope and Contents This collection contains a transcript and a rough draft of an interview of Edward C. Faith in 1955 It was transferred from 78 records at the WAMW and WFML radio stations in Washington, Indiana on May 22, 1966. In the interview, Faith discusses life in Daviess County in the late 19th century, including such topics as log cabins, wedding, travel, sports, and transportation.
Dates: 1966/05/22

W.B. Young daily journal

 Collection — Folder S1476
Identifier: S1476
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of a daily journal book W.B. Young in West Union, Adams County, Ohio and Fulton County, Indiana ranging from 1849 to 1867, generally concerning daily activities, travel, business, politics, and the weather.
Dates: 1849-1867

William and Lydia Wood letter

 Collection — Folder S1451
Identifier: S1451
Scope and Contents This collection includes a June 30, 1839 letter sent by William and Lydia Wood from Pleasant Ridge, Ohio to Jacob and Polly St. John in Johnson County, Indiana. In the letter the Woods relate family news, farming prices and the progress of a turnpike being built to Montgomery, Ohio.
Dates: 1839/06/30

William M. Wycoff collection

 Collection — Folder S1467
Identifier: S1467
Scope and Contents This collection includes an account book from William M. Wycoff in Indiana from 1862 to 1875 regarding the estates of his father-in-law, Hugh Cole and his father, William Wycoff, both deceased, and farm accounts. There is also a blank school report card book, which belonged to Martha Reed and was printed by W.P. Levy & Co. in Madison, Indiana and a small advertisement for Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, used as a bookmark.
Dates: 1862-1875