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Martha Baldwin diary,page 2
Baldwin, Martha, 1840-1913

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Baldwin, Martha, 1840-1913

Women Michigan Birmingham Biography

Birmingham (Mich.) History

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Part of Martha Baldwin's Diary, 1860-1863

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Some sections of the original diary are illegible, and these are noted in the transcription. A bracketed question mark [?] represents one illegible word. Places where whole sentences (or considerable portions thereof) were found to be illegible are noted with a bracketed ellipsis […]. Whole paragraphs found to be illegible have been noted in the following manner: [P] were there. And long shall I remember the expression each face wore as I was born from them. At Ann Arbor I had a pleasant though short visit with Minnie, and Wednesday found me in Kalamazoo. I was very fortunate and soon found myself in the family of Mrs. Eames as a boarder. Here I formed some pleasing acquaintances and became initiated in school life. My class the gents, are queer looking set. 13th I am now realy [sic] at school. My studies for the present will be Algebra & Latin. 14th Went to the horse fair with Louisa and had such a feast of vision looking at horses saw [?] [?] a mile off covered with blankets, & Ethan Allen.

Martha Baldwin diary,page 2

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