John S. Haines diary
Scope and Contents
This collection is composed of the single, handwritten, "Farm and Garden" diary of John S. Haines. Entries detail the weather, farm work done each day, harvests, planting, and the crops yielded. Entries also describe farm-related business, including the sale of crops and the purchasing of farm equipment.
- Haines, John S. (Person)
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John S. Haines was born circa 1818-1819, the son of Reuben Haines and Jane Bowne, in Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In his adulthood, he was a trustee of the Germantown Preparative Meeting. In 1850, he married Mary D. Cope, the daughter of Henry Cope and Rachel Reeve Cope. The couple lived at Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and had three sons: Reuben, Henry C., and Francis C.
0.06 Linear Feet (1 volume)
John S. Haines's "Farm and Garden" diary entries detail the weather, farm work done each day, harvests, planting, and crops yielded. Entries also describe farm-related business, including the sale of crops and the purchasing of farm equipment.
Processed by Kara Flynn; completed July, 2015.
- John S. Haines diary, 1839-1865
- Kara Flynn
- August, 2015
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