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Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Emmett Hunt's diary entry for November 19, 1890

Foggy A.M.  clear and fine P.M.  Nothing to do till p.m. then got some oil and steamed to Rosedale via Clay Works and waited till late to get Whitum's hay.  and anchored behind the island at 12:30.


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Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Emmett Hunt's diary entry for November 12, 1890

Nice day.  Moved wood scow this morn then steamed to W. Pass and got scow of brick for Reynolds, after which we tied up and boarded the Chehalis ???????? took in the Williams he-he some.


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Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Emmett Hunt's diary entry for November 5, 1890

No fog.  Pretty fair day till lately when a stiff North breeze came up and made it chilly.  Loaded in A.M.  Boot G & J's piledriver home in P.M. night.


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Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Emmett Hunt's diary entry for October 29, 1890

Much the same.  Got our load off and steamed to the wharf where we lay the balance of the day.  Did some running around to hunt up a check which had gone astray in the P. O. Guess we'll find it.


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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Emmett Hunt's diary entry for October 22, 1890

Cool and calm.  Took scow out to Clay Works and boot in aboard, a load of chimney pipe and drain pipe tile.  Today's trip with our starboard engine -- not having got the other one done yet.


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Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Emmett Hunt's diary entry for October 15, 1890

Somewhat rainy.  In morn they put 3000 3" tile a board of us.  Then we pulled the scow to sandspit and boot Fuller's brick in to town -- got our tile off and quit.


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Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Emmett Hunt's diary entry for October 8, 1890

Fine and sunny but a stiff North breeze all day and night so far.  Towed the Gig in pile driver to the Clay Works and boot back a scow load of sewer pipe.


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