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 included much opinion about religion, and people. Community members involved include James Horton, P.C. Younce, and J.R. Wilson, and many more.
Tags: baseball, Boone, Brother Trivett, calamity howlers, cherry picking, church, corn, David Stern, farming, G.C. Norris, G.P. Sherrill, Harrison Church, hay, hoeing corn, J.R. Garland, J.R. Wilson, James Horton, Literary Society, mill, P.C. Younce, Republican Convention, road inspection, Roy Eggers, schoolhouse, sermon, Silverstone, Singing, Solomon Younce, Sunday School, trial, Upland, W.H. Campbell, World War I