March 24 – March 28 1854

March 19 – March 24 1854 March 29 – April 3 1854

John J. Haun, March 24 1854 - March 28 1854

Mar 1854

Sat ngs after dinner to find out what he could  nothing more today
25th warm but cloudy nearly all day  still getting out stumps &c  set
the boxes & washed in the evening & took out 6$  snow melting off
Sn very fast
26th a warm pretty day  all of us went to the point I saw Gildersleeve
the great running man  took dinner with A–Mc Donnald felt very bad
ly in mind  felt uneasy about something  stopped a while at the new
saw mill  Daviess & co were moving into the other cabbin near ours
Mo while his mill was going up  Dobson staid at the point all night
27th warm & pleasant in the forenoon but clouded up & turned cold in the
evening Pa & myself worked all day washing & took out Dobson not
Tus back yet  nothing more new today
28th cloudy all day  washed a little in the morning but Dobson came ho
me & brought 8 letters for us one from Lizzie & 2 from Ma washed in
the evening & 2 of us took out about 19$ we had a confab about
the diggings Dobson talked about quitting letters dated Jan 24th
8th & 18th

 

March 19 – March 24 1854 March 29 – April 3 1854