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DATES TITLE DESCRIPTION SURNAMES GEOGRAPHY TYPE TOPIC  
1871-05-18 Plans for truck crops in Rhinebeck  Cabbage, Pole & Lima Beans to be raised transcript of article"      Newspaper  Farming  vertical
1871-05-25 Am. SPCA Branch being formed  ASPCA establishing a branch in Rhinebeck transcript of article"      Newspaper    vertical
1871-06-01 Blackbirds Ravage Corn Crop  Large blackbirds destroying whole rows of corn crop transcript of article"      Newspaper  Farming  vertical
1871-06-15 Ellerslie Flouring Mill working after mill burned and was rebuilt  Rebuilt Mill is larger than previous one, Louis Lueddeke proprietor will grind flour or grain transcript of article"  Lueddeke, Ellerslie  Rhinecliff, Dutchess County, NY  Newspaper  Mills, Ellerslie  vertical
1871-09-14 Gypsies steal provisions from Astor's ice house  Gypsies stole beef, sheep and butter from William Astor's ice house"  Astor    Newspaper  Crime  vertical
1871-10-12 Chestnut Prices  Chestnuts selling at 2 and a half cents apiece"      Newspaper  Farming  vertical
1872-10-10 Apple Cider at Van Steenburg's  Apple Cider from George Shoemaker to be made into Apple Jack at press of Wm Van Steenburg"  Shoemaker, VanSteenburg    Newspaper  Business  vertical
1872-11-04 Horse Distemper Causing transportation problems  Horse Distemper has caused use of oxen, mules and handcarts transcript of article"  Marquart, Coumbe    Newspaper  Business, Transportation  vertical
1872-12-12 Traver House, Montgomery St. sold  House of Gilbert Traver, Montgomery Street sold to Gilbert Randolph, NYC for $3,000 transcript of article"  Traver, Randolph  Village  Newspaper  Buildings  vertical
1872-12-19 Blacksmith, Henry Welch  Henry Welch, blacksmith on West Market Street, also a mechanic"  Welch    Newspaper  People  vertical
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