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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 included a program from the school’s service for students who were going to register for the military service the next day. This diary gives insight on the life of a teacher, church member, and involved community member.

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This diary contains daily entries from October 9 through December 6, 1919. This is the diary of Andrew Jackson Greene, where he recorded his thoughts and opinions about things that happened to him during the day, as well as his work at Appalachian Training School and the events within the church. Greene wrote from the perspective of a church goer, a local, and a teacher.

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Andrew Jackson Greene kept this diary between the dates of November 11, 1922 through February 18, 1923. He wrote in this diary each day. He chose to record his daily activities including work at the school, preaching sermons, studying the Bible, working on the farm, going into town, traveling, and visiting with friends and neighbors. He also included information about the weather and community events. Community members named in this diary include but are not limited to Jeter Ramsay, Graydon Eggers, and President Dougherty. Dougherty was the president of the Appalachian Training School.

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