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Eustatia Plantation, Mississippi, Account Book
			
10                          A
DAILY RECORD OF PASSING EVENTS on Eustatia Plantation,    
      during the week commencing on the 26 day of febuary 1860
                     George R Clark    Overseer.

the 26     Sunday.  This day clear & plasant  The
           Negroes all at rest

                                                      2 sick



the 27     Monday.  This day warm & clowdy  I comenced
           planting corn this morning with 8 ploughs
           5 to drap the corn  6 plows runing in the
           cotton ground  The woman cleaning
           up the ground in the back part of the
             field                                       1 sick
the 28     Tuesday.  This day warm & clowdy
           with rain all day  No work
           done to day

                                                        1 sick

the 29     Wednesday.  This day clear and warm.  All the men
           choping loggs in the peoples field  The woman
           nocking down weeds in the same place
           I borrowed one 1 barrell mess pork
           from Majer Chatards overseer this day
March the                                               2 sick
       1   Thursday.  This day clear & warm  The same
           work to day as yesterday  The river
           still riseing
           I received 5 barrells mess pork to day
             by the Steamer general quitman             3 sick

the 2      Friday.  I comenced planting this morning
           with the same hands that I had on
           Monday  6 men roling loggs  The woman
           knocking down weeds in the peoples
           field  2 halling fier wood  2 makeing
            picket fence                                3 sick
the 3      Saturday.  This day clear & pleasant  The sane
            work as yesterday  I finished planting  
            80 acres of land in corn to day  I have
            40 acres mour to plant

                                                         3 sick


			
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Eustatia Plantation, Mississippi, Account Book

Eustatia Plantation, Mississippi, Account Book

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