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111_tape467_JFParker_transcript_A.pdf
J.F. Parker talks about his experience as a teacher with the mountain people living in Old Fort. Although he had never finished high school, he got a job as a teacher. He said: "He was going to send me on to teach school whether I knew anything or…

111_tape75_Mr&MrsGLRichards_1973_06_12M001.pdf
Mrs. Richards was born March 5, 1902 in Silverstone, NC where she was raised on a farm. Mr. Richards was born in Caldwell County in 1897. He worked many different jobs including sawmilling and carpentry.

Mr. and Mrs. Richards recall their…

105_vol3_1909_0101_0930_transcript_R.pdf
These diary entries range from the dates of January 1, 1909 to September 30, 1909. Each day Andrew Jackson Greene made a short record of everything he had done that day. The entries include familiar names such as Hugh Hagaman, John Daugherty, and…

105_vol4_1909_10_1910_04_transcript_R.pdf
These journal entries range from the dates of October 1, 1909 to April 30, 1910. Each day, Greene wrote a few sentences about what he did that day. He wrote about important towns that he visited, what was happening in the church, the work he did,…

105_vol11_1913_1001_1913_1231R.pdf
Entries from these dates cover Greene’s daily activities. He describes his trips to church, to the market, and to visit his friends. Friends named include H.L. Laurence, Professor W.Y. Perry, and J.C. Davis. Greene also frequently wrote about the…

105_vol12_1914_0101_1914_0331R.pdf
Entries in this diary range from January 1, 1914 through March 31, 1914. These entries are a more poetic approach than that which was taken in Greene’s earlier diaries. His entries give insight into his church life, his work, political debates of the…

105_vol13_1914_0401_1914_0630R.pdf
Diary entries range from April 1, 1914 through June 30, 1914. These entries are quite often about the weather on that specific day, and the work that can be done. Greene also frequently writes about the church, the sermons, pastors, bible studies,…

105_vol14_1914_0701_1914_0930R.pdf
These diary entries are from July 1, 1914 through September 30, 1914. The diary is based around the actions and thoughts of Andrew Jackson Greene. He wrote about work on the farm, Fourth of July festivities and the details of church life. He also…

105_vol15_1914_1001_1914_1130R.pdf
These diary entries are from the October 1, 1914 through November 30, 1914. This diary includes entries about the death of Greene’s mother, the war, his work at the school, the weather, and the church which he attends. People mentioned in the diary…

105_vol17_1915_0801_1915_1022R.pdf
These diary entries range from August 1, 1915 through October 22, 1915. Greene wrote daily about what he did and what his thoughts are regarding current situations. He also gave information on several community events such as the Conference of the…

105_vol18_1915_1023_1915_1212R.pdf
The diary includes entries from October 23-December 12, 1915. Andrew Jackson Greene wrote each day about work on the farm, the weather, church activities, school and business. He also kept record of the people that he visits each day, and community…

105_vol19_1915_1213_1916_0312R.pdf
Diary entries from this diary are from December 13, 1915 through March 12, 1916. In this diary many of the entries are about the weather, Appalachian Training School, and Church. He wrote about a new program that he started at the school called the…

105_vol20_1916_0313_1916_0514R.pdf
This diary includes entries from each day from May 13, 1916 through June 14, 1916, as well as 18 pages of school notes taken by Greene as he worked at Appalachian Training School. He wrote each day about the weather, the church, the friends that he…

105_vol21_1916_0313_1916_0514_transcript_R.pdf
This diary includes entries from March 1-May 11, 1916. Each day Greene writes about the weather, schoolwork, church, and the friends he visits with. Because this diary was written in the spring, most of the entries are about the weather, how he…

105_vol22_1916_0615_1916_1012R.pdf
This diary includes entries from June 15, 1916 through October 12, 1916. Each day Greene wrote about his work on the farm, his friends, his family, the church, and community events. Important events and people include D.E. Benfield, Mabel Farmer’s…

105_vol26_1917_0601_1917_0831R.pdf
This diary includes 96 pages of entries for each day from June 1-August 31, 1917. He includes much information about Appalachian Training School. He mentions White Hall, a building still on campus at Appalachian State University today. He also…

105_vol28_1917_1115_1918_0220R.pdf
This diary includes entries from November 15, 1917 through February 20, 1918. Each day Greene wrote about his work at Appalachian Training School, the weather, the church, community members, and community events. This diary gives insight on what the…

105_vol35_1919_1207_1920_0204R.pdf
This diary includes entries from December 9, 1919 through February 4, 1920. In each entry, he included information about what was happening in the church and in the community. He wrote about his daily work at Appalachian Training School and his…

105_Vol53_1925_0219_1925_0612R.pdf
This is an Andrew Jackson Greene diary recorded from February 19 through June 12, 1925. In this diary Greene wrote his daily activities such as cutting wood, visiting with neighbors, or spending a day studying. He also included information about his…

105_Vol54_1925_0613_1925_0929R.pdf
Andrew Jackson Greene kept this diary from June 13 through September 29, 1925. He recorded an entry for each day. In this diary he kept detailed descriptions of the weather in addition to daily activity records, and travel records. He also wrote…

105_Vol55_1925_0930_1925_1218R.pdf
Andrew Jackson Greene kept this diary from September 30 through December 18, 1925. He wrote on September 30th, that he wanted to record experiences that will give pleasure and information to others. His goal was to both amuse and to inform. In the…

105_Vol57_1926_0325_1926_0424R.pdf
Andrew Jackson Greene kept this diary from March 25 through April 24, 1926. There are daily entries on the weather, the Appalachian Training School, and his visits with friends and family. This diary gives a unique look into the time period, and a…

105_Vol58_1926_0425_1926_0522R.pdf
In this diary, Greene wrote about the weather, the school (Appalachian Training School) and the community members. He recorded how much snow they received, how the students were doing with their work, and who he visited each day. Much of the diary is…

105_Vol59_1926_0523_1926_0826R.pdf
This diary was recorded daily by Andrew Jackson Greene from May 23 through August 26, 1926. Mr. and Mrs. Greene get to spend more time alone because the children are gone. They frequently visit family and friends. They also have much work to do on…

105_vol81_1931_0710_1931_0909R.pdf
From July 10 through September 9, 1931, Andrew Jackson Greene recorded this diary about his daily life. He wrote about the weather, the church and the community. At this point, his children were leaving home and he was realizing that it would be a…

105_Vol83_1931_1108_1932_0104R.pdf
This diary was recorded from November 8, 1931 through January 4, 1932. Greene wrote his inner thoughts and feelings each day. He typically writes of his sorrows and gloom. Greene wrote he preferred to be alone to avoid trouble. He often provided…

105_Vol86_1932_0505_1932_0629R.pdf
Recorded from May 5 through June 29, 1932, this diary gives information on Appalachian State Teachers college, the weather, the community, and the daily social life of Andrew Jackson Greene. Greene wrote a record of his daily activities, this…

105_Vol90_1933_0211_1933_0609R.pdf
Andrew Jackson Greene wrote this diary from February 11 through June 9, 1933. Greene uses this diary to write about the weather, the community, and especially his work. During this period, the college is going through a big time of growth and sports…

105_Vol91_1933_0610_1933_0727R.pdf
Recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene, this diary is from June 10 through July 27, 1933. In the pages of this diary, one will find Greene’s writings about the weather, the churches, the community members, and the details of his home life. One will find…

105_Vol100_1934_1220_1935_0301R.pdf
This diary was written by Andrew Jackson Greene from December 20, 1934 through March 1, 1935. Much of this diary consists of Greene’s reflections on his work at Appalachian State Teachers College. He wrote about his daily activities as a teacher, his…

105_Vol102_1935_0513_1935_0723R.pdf
This diary was recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene from May 13 through July 23, 1935. Greene included information about his work, the farm, his family, and mostly of his travels. He frequently traveled to Cozy Nook, Boone, Vilas, and Brushy Fork.
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