Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Near Winchester, Virgina 1868

March 2, 1868, from "J.W. Schultz to his "Dear Aunt."
Schultz talks of having oysters, and Uncle Pinyu, planting grapes, "a nice table grape," Robert Sloan, his travails in finding a wife, that his present help is an Old lady. "My administration must end with this one. I moved her back to town ...some of the girls will help me to plan with a faithful old col (Colored) woman who rents from me the house on the hill..." Went to town to hear the rev Munsey lecture..

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