This is a sample section of the Orrin Stone Diary a document that was created in the early 1800's by a man by the name Orrin Stone. The diary is located at Oswego State University's Penfield Library.
Page 1: George W. Burt, E. Stone, Genessee, Butlers Ball, Page 2: Taylors Saw Mill, Page 3: Mr. Serenus, Mr. Buels, bee tree, Holden corp, Mr. Wordens, Mr. Baldwans, Lay-Preacher, Mexico, Page 4: sap making, maples, J.S. Morgans, price of sugar, Marriage to Miss Sally Evans, Esq. Crockers, March, April 1814, Page 5: J.W. Wordens, wife, Oswego Village, flax, wheat, British shipping layoff, Fired upon Oswego, April, May, Page 6: British cannonading Oswego, troops retreat, British land and plunder, troops, logging bee, George Wales RIchland, corps, pre Army, May, June Page 7: Serenus, nursery work (garden), Hubbard Church, bark, Rattrays raising, Burts raising, clay, shoes Page 8: C. Crane, Samuel Cool, j. Stone, C. Crane, S. Coon, thistles, Father Everts, Robert Church, haying, L. Everts, haying bee, harvesting, Oswego Page 9: Warn men to training, reaping, Samuel Coon, Philo Stone, Pigeoning, seasonal farm work, Bee Trees, weather talk, land lots, Braytons, Catfish Creek, Cheevers Mill, New Haven, Page 10: Mr. Burdick, Soldiering, Calvin Tiffany, Henderson Harbor, Jefferson, 8 day pass, service ends, Mr. Church, Robert, September, October, Nobember, Page 11: Dr. Clarkes, pork barrel, food preparation, rail work, Mr. Church, leg ailment, job from Rattways, Fire Wood, winter activities, November, December 1814, Page 12: Christmas Day, J.S. Sweet, W.M. Burt, Winter cold, heating issues, wood chopping increases