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Title: Coale, Benjamin. Record Book, 1845-1858
Collection identifier: 546
Extent: 1.0 volume
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Benjamin Coale came to Huntington, Ind., as a school teacher in 1845. He took up farming in 1846, but continued to teach for several more years. This volume includes account records for his farm and house as well as diary entries and lessons on spelling, copying, and algebra.