Teal, Edward : Stall and Teal Journal and Private Diary, approximately 1840-1889
- A manuscript diary written by Edward Teal of Stall & Teal, a business located in Mission, Illinois in La Salle County. The journal documents finances, farming, family genealogy, daily activities, and issues pertaining to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints as Teal was a practicing Mormon. The first portion of the journal documents the business-related transactions and accounts. On pages 93 and 94, Teal compiled a short genealogical record of marriages and births. The diary portion, which Teal titled "Dayly journal of sets and doings", follows. The first entry is dated January 1, 1867, and his last is dated April of 1889.
Extent: 0.2 linear feet - (1 ledger book)
Subjects: Business, Religion
Call Number: Midwest MS 211
Open for research.