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September 20, 1899

Wednesday Sept 20 An Extra fine Sunny Cool fall day Roys hand Frank brought one load of hay & the barn is nearly full Vic helped me mow it away Nora & Allie came on the 10-26 train this AM & little Max & he has improved wonderful & can walk Harriet & I met them at the train we had a big rooster for dinner & a boiled beef heart Willard DeYoe also Came across from Keota & he took our Organ all apart & Cleaned it & it now Sounds as nice as new PM Allie & I went down & got his & Noras trunk I bought 3 big watermellons for 25c & ½ bu Sweet potatos for 35c I got 3 lbs butter 54c Jap Green came in the Evening & he played second on the organ & I fiddled

LeRoy Holden Carr

Court Of Appeals Rejects CARR’s I-69 Challenge


This is the link to the article for WFIU/WTIU News.

The court of appeals ruled in favor of the United States Department of Transportation in a lawsuit Citizens for Appropriate Rural Roads filed challenging I-69 construction. 161 more words


Why Facebook is Getting Less and Less Personal

I can’t pinpoint when, but I remember thinking to myself one day while scrolling through my Instagram feed that the posts I see here are a lot like those I used to see on Facebook.  1,004 more words

Culture & Philosophy

Notes from the Inside of a Waste Compactor

It’s the morning after the night before and sleep hasn’t helped the feeling. Prior to yesterday’s match at Norwich, the consensus seemed to be that the game was make or break, that defeat would leave Newcastle to be inevitably relegated. 562 more words


The Counterproductive Internet

Let’s face it, as helpful as the internet can be, it can also be incredibly distracting. Pop-up ads, Facebook alerts, that “ding” noise your email makes when you’ve received a new message; they all take away our focus from the task we have at hand. 505 more words

Digital Pedagogy

Captain George W. WESCOTT

George is my third great grandfather; sixth cousin six times removed and seventh cousin four times removed through Joseph and Abigail (Paul) ALCOCK; he is my seventh cousin three times removed through John and Elizabeth (BIRCHARD) ALCOCK.  1,193 more words

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