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"Observations on Natural History and Phenomenon," daily entries on weather with some notes on crops, farm, etc. He noted at the end of 1856 that his abstract had been forwarded to the Smithsonian Institution. A copy of his report (n.d) on plants and animals loose at end of volume
Fragment, account of leaving Philadelphia for New York, May 1, 1844. Minshall's day book notes that Jacob and Ann went on a nearly three month Western tour, leaving April 29, returning July 26. Small bound volume has occasional notes.
Journal of a trip to Florida in the winter of 1879-1880. He travelled through Virginia and South Carolina and notes the deep resentment that he expects will last several generations. Includes descriptions of poor whites, black Baptist church service, Spanish influence in St. Augustine, and a visit to Mount Vernon on his return trip.
Trip to Canada via NYC and New England in the summer of 1883. In same volume, trip to Europe in summer of 1900. Clipping pasted at end of volume of a published travel journal of a trip to Europe in 1872 by J.J.T.