Blog powered by Typepad

« Tuesday, September 6, 1864 | Main | Thursday, September 8, 1864 »


Denis LaComb

In 1864 there wasn't a bridge to prescot. The phrase "we
got in Ogdensburgh about
noon went to the Hotell and
took diner & then went across the bridge
and bought some cloths" means They arrived in ogdensburgh then got a hotel room close to the rail station, afterwards they crossed the bridge over the Oswegatchie river and bought cloths in downtown Ogdensburgh.

The comments to this entry are closed.