This diary includes daily entries by Andrew Jackson Greene. These entries are from March 24 through July 31, 1920. In each entry he talks about the weather, church members, visiting his neighbors, and the work he does around the house. He also takes his vacation during march, and he mentions his children much more frequently than in past diaries.
Tags: Appalachian Training School, Archie Warren, Boone Trail, Brownwood, Brushy Fork, children, church, farm, Greene Family, Housework, Luther Oliver, Mast Store, Meat Camp, Mr. D.F. Horton, Neighbors, R.A. Thomas, Sherwood's Store, Solomon Younce, South Fork Church, Todd, Vacation, W.H. Greer, W.T. Chappell, Walnut Grove School House, Willowdale, Zionville