Journal of Western Travel
by John McTurk Gibson
edited by Weldon Hoppe
April 21st, 1859 -- Gibson made no entry for this day.
Travelled eighteen miles. Slewed and pulled out five yolk of the heaviest cattle. We eat no dinner on account of raw black bread, considerable of sport. For breakfast ham and buiscuit. Supper ham, biscuit, eggs and butter. Camped on Prairie Creek. Saw but little timber to day. Rolling prairie. Passed Grinnell to[o] at two o'clock.
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