July 3 – July 8 1855

June 28 – July 2 1855 July 9 – July 14 1855

John J. Haun, July 3 1855 - July 8 1855

(July 1855)

3rd the hose bursted several times today we lost nearly the whole
Wed day mending them nothing otherwise new today
4th everybody going to the valley to see the bear & bull fight Eves started
Thr also we staid at home & worked all day nothing else today
5th piped all day as usual washed a good deal of dirt  Mc Fall came by the
diggings from the valley perfectly disgusted with the fight an old man
came up to the diggings by the name of Hueston he was acquainted
Frd with H.R.  I had some talk with him but he did not stay long
6th cleaned bed rock all day & took out 2 oz minus 2$ nothing else today
Sat 7th cleaned bed rock again today & took out 39$ nothing else today
Sund 8th all of us went to the point in the morning & staid a little while
got some provisions came back & we went to the willow ranch & over to
Sterlings diggings & found some chinamen at work in the ravine we
killed a rattle snake Lloyds partner came up to the cabbin after a
Mo    knife & fork & some other little things nothing interesting today

 

June 28 – July 2 1855 July 9 – July 14 1855