This diary is a daily recollection of events through the eyes of Andrew Jackson Greene. It was recorded from October 4 through October 15, 1936. He frequently wrote about the weather, the churches he went to, and his work at the Appalachian State Teachers College. Greene used language unique to the time period and personal reflection to provide insight as to what life in Watauga County was like in the early 1900s.
Tags: Appalachian State Teachers College, Carrie Greene, Clemson College, Cozy Nook, Cullen Johnson, Dean Rankin, democratic rally, Demonstration School, Dr. George R. Sherrill, Great Samaritan, Janitor Ed Cullens, Lightning Express, Maude Greene, Opie Shelton, Physical Education, President Dougherty, Professor A.R. Smith, Professor H.R. Eggers, Sunday School, Vilas, Wade Brown, Watauga County N.C., Winston Salem