I remember what it was like maybe 30 years ago when everyone in Concord was walking down the Concord River on a Sunday afternoon. In the summer, tourists came to Concord and walked from Minuteman's over to Alcott House. I could always recognise her and I always told my mum something about it because she didn't like tourists.
I eventually signed up with the Concord Players of Pirates of Penzance, but this was postponed indefinitely. The first, at the beginning, was Hanscom initiated the destruction of the agricultural area and the second, where Route 2 is now located in Lexington. I'm the girl who sees what happens to the signatories, and I'm one of them.
One is on Wheeler Road, with about 150 cows there, and another we have where we had 150 to 200 heads and four bulls. The Mattisons used Busk's pasture, which is fenced in, to do something for them at the top of Lowell Road.
They put 28 or 30 of their cubs out to pasture this summer and when we took them back to the barn on Williams Road they were all fine. We took them up there to look at the cops and see if they were healthy enough to be included in our herd on Williams Road.
The dead were visible and if the diagnosis had been good, they would have died now. If you have a dog with a tumor on his leg or a wound on his back, Dr. Russell has a responsibility to keep him alive as long as he or she has until the service personnel return. The dogs are so big they are hard to handle, but we have to do the job, so we do it.
The dogs got off Route 2 on Nashoba Road and crossed the road to Old Bridge Road, and they landed on Alex Peters "porch right where the Episcopal Rectory is now. Joseph M. Dee is down this road, but this is so far the best I've seen. This poor old horse was pushed against the corner of the stable with his head and we couldn't get him to do anything.
We took a handful of stones from the bladder and sewed them up, and the dog could not believe that we could open them, sew them and take all that stuff out, take them out and keep him alive. We did an autopsy and found he had heartworm, which is not supposed to occur north of Philadelphia, but he and his dog died of heartworms. I came here from Concord, Massachusetts, we got him, beheaded him and operated on him. They sent the brain to Boston and called back to say he had rabies, so we did. And it was not foreseeable that he would die of heartworms.
There were some good men in Framingham and one in Lawrence, but otherwise we were without veterinary talent and help. Here in Concord there were no good vets, just a few doctors and a handful of doctors in the city of Concord.
There were only about 6000 people in the concord, and the people who had the means were ready to part with them, but no one I knew knew knew of knew one.
I grew up in harmony and I remember many friends I had, but I was not a fan of the I think it's because of how nice my parents were to me. I learned to swim, I learned to dive, I learned how to be spoken to, that was together with the fact that I thought I could do a great service to the children of Concord, one of the greatest services I have ever rendered in my life. When it matters, harmony has always been like this, even in the early days of this country.
I came to Concord mainly as a cow man and I know that in this world there is no difficulty for a single cow to get into it. As soon as they come back to the stable, they are as docile as pets, like kittens.
The ground was almost white with dead chickens floundering around, and I asked the man where the calf was being kept. So I sent Dr Russell there, got all the stuff together and went out to treat the sick calf. I arrived and was diagnosed with sleeping sickness encephalomyelitis and the next day I killed him to report to Boston. That's something because I know there are dogs in different places in Concord, but I have some there.
We travel around, we drive around in the back of a pickup truck, drive from one side of town to the other and back, all the way back to Concord.
I told Mrs. Russell that I would like to let someone go, but I don't know anyone well enough to invite anyone, so I told her that I had two cards for the game. I returned to the match with the tickets and we had to behave because it was a mess. We got there before the clinic started, before we could be put on the table and were before it started. Between 2: 00 and 6: 00 p.m. we worked on vaccinating more than 260 dogs (I can't remember the actual number), and at least 40 people were vaccinated. There were dogs barking, queuing up to be vaccinated first and so on and so forth.