This diary was recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene from January 25th through April 29th, during the year of 1928. Greene wrote each day an account of what he experienced that day. His typical day involved Willlowdale Baptist Church, Appalachian Training School, visits with neighbors, and a trip to Boone.
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