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Saturday – Funeral For The “POOAH POT.” – April 1905

The children have amused themselves all day digging holes in the sand in which to bury imaginary lambs. They were greatly impressed with the sight of a dead lamb and its burial and never tire of making graves for bits … Continue reading

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Monday – Children in the Byre – April 1905

This morning we had two new assistants in the byre. Two small barrows, as nearly alike as possible, were bought last week and their owners — Brown eyes and Blue Eyes —-felt that it was quite time they began business … Continue reading

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Cutting Tails Off – March 1906 Wednesday

Mid-afternoon I came suddenly upon the young farmers resting in the joiner’s shop. One student was smoking, while another was examining the mechanism of a sowing machine. The fat legs of Brown-Eyes were sticking straight out from a swing suspended … Continue reading

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