Klamath Ind. Reservation

No. 2

Report of labor performed during the week commencing Oct. 9th & ending Oct. 15th of 4th Qr 1859

Sunday 9th Clear & warm

Monday 10th Terrill 20 squaws & Indians digging potatoes. Tucker & 2 Inds hauling same. Welton cleaning & preparing wheat for seed. Sherwood at Cap-Ell [Capell]. Davison to work in Kitchen. 7 squaws serving. Clear weather

Tuesday 11th Terrill same as yesterday. Davison hauling potatoes. Tucker sowing wheat. Welton & Indian harrowing (2 teams) Sherwood at Cap-Ell [Capell]. 7 squaws serving. Cloudy

Wednesday 12th Rainy all day. Davison left the employ

Thursday 13th Terrill & 2 Indians hauling potatoes Tucker & 25 squaws digging potatoes Sherwood at Wah-teck [Wah-tek] ploughing & sowing wheat. M.M. Melvin entered the employ. 7 squaws serving. fair weather

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Note: Googled, Klamath River bottoms were known as "Wah-Tek" and "Capell" (see Google Books "Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs," by United States Office of Indian Affairs)