Account book, 1858-1874, Hillsboro and Concord, New Hampshire, listing dollar amounts earned for a variety of different services such as taking oxen to pasture, bushels of wheat gathered, shoeing horses, and the removal of tree stumps. Other entries list items purchased, including pork, nails, beef, pewter plates, potatoes, sugar, and beans. Some parts of the volume have been used as an exercise book by an unidentified child and a few newsclippings can be found glued in front and back.
For a list of names mentioned in the account book, compiled by the seller, see folder link below.
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