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This entry is part 35 of 99 in the series Deeds in the Family

2 comments

  1. Carol Wilkerson

    I always think about the price my ancestors had to pay for things too. Even since the 1970’s, when my husband and I were newly wed, we could buy seven bags of groceries for about $70. Now, we’re lucky if we get one bag for that much. And, our ancestors had to work much harder physically to make the small amounts they got too.
    .-= Carol Wilkerson´s last blog ..iPentimento Best Genealogy Moment 2009 =-.

  2. Granny Pam

    Thanks for the comment, Carol. You sure are right about inflation, dollars today are not the same as dollars yesterday. Sometimes it is a real stretch to explain the differences between “then” and “now”. It is hard to understand “then” with our “now” mentality and tools, so value comparison helps some.

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