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Letter: More birth announcements
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In the early 1900s, most Adair County births went unreported in the News but a few appeared in the various community newsletters, while others, if of a fairly prominent family, might draw separate mention.
As another CM reader noted, details were scarce (although now and anon, a bit of political commentary got slipped in).
Three announcements randomly picked from 1900 & 1901:
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