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Title
Delia Locke Diary, 1916-1918
Creator
Locke, Delia
Date Created and/or Issued
2017-11-11T05:30:54Z
Publication Information
Scholarly Commons
Contributing Institution
University of the Pacific
Collection
Delia Locke Diaries
Rights Information
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Description
Delia (Hammond) Locke was the matriarch of the family. Born in 1832, she married Dr. Dean Jewett Locke and moved to California in 1855. That same year Delia began keeping a daily diary. The diary provides a remarkable documentation of life in rural northern California in the 19th century. The daily happenings of Delia's life and the Lockeford community are recorded, including the activities of church and temperance organizations as well as the Mokelumne River Ladies' Sewing Circle. Nearly every entry begins with temperature recordings taken at sunrise (written as "T.S.R"), 2 PM, and Sunset (written as "S.S.").
Type
text
Identifier
https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/cs-dld/15
http://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/dld1916-1918
Language
English
Subject
Delia Locke
Diaries
Women
Diarist
California
Locke-Hammond Family Papers
Lockeford
Dean Jewett Locke
Rural life
Rural California
19th Century
Church
Temperance organizations
Mokelumne River Ladies' Sewing Circle
Temperature recordings
Journal
Source
Delia Locke Diaries (discovery layer)

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