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Rabbit Fur – November 1922

The rabbit’s skin provides a great variety of fur for the market. It is dressed and clipped to various lengths of hair and dyed every shade of brown, mole or gray. Even the manner in which the skins are pieced … Continue reading

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Blades and Rabbits – September 1924

If the tractor kept in a good humour they were hoping to finish cutting one field of oats and tares, and to start with another before dusk, so that all would be in order for a good run next day. … Continue reading

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Random Visitors to the House – December 1902

On Friday, a ragged woman came to the door with ore — “a nice soft piece” —- and we got as much for a penny as would last us for months. How do these poor creatures make a living tramping … Continue reading

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Four Rabbits a Day – November 1916

The little boys have an uncle who is a good shot and on his occasional visits to us, supplies himself and the house with rabbits. To keep up the regular supply in his absence he showed Willie and John how … Continue reading

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