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[[folder: A Journey to the New World: The Diary of Remember Patience Whipple, Mayflower, 1620]]

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[[folder: Standing in the Light: The Diary of Catharine Carey Logan, Delaware Valley, Pennsylvania, 1763]]

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[[folder: Look to the Hills: The Diary of Lozette Moreau, a French Slave Girl, New York Colony, 1763]]

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[[folder: Love Thy Neighbor: The Tory Diary of Prudence Emerson, Green Marsh, Massachusetts, 1774]]

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[[folder: The Winter of Red Snow: The Revolutionary War Diary of Abigail Jane Stewart, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, 1777]]

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[[folder: Cannons at Dawn: The Second Diary of Abigail Jane Stewart, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, 1779]]

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[[folder: I Walk in Dread: The Diary of Deliverance Trembley, Witness to the Salem Witch Trials, Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1691]]

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[[folder: A Line in the Sand: The Alamo Diary of Lucinda Lawrence, Gonzales, Texas, 1836]]

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[[folder: Valley of the Moon: The Diary Of Maria Rosalia de Milagros, Sonoma Valley, Alta California, 1846]]
* Rosalina's employee/master takes her aside specifically to say he approves of her Lenten sacrifice.
* Later on, it is discovered that [[spoiler: Rosa and her brother Domingo are related to their employer, and he adopts them.]]
* Rafaela, one of Rosalia's employers' daughters, is a frail and sickly young woman. One night, Rosa discovers her crying because of this, figuring her ill health means she will never be courted or marry. Rosalia kindly suggests a few things that will help Rafaela, such as getting more fresh air and eating more. It works, and the two girls become closer despite age and class differences.

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[[folder: Across the Wide and Lonesome Prairie: The Diary of Hattie Campbell, The Oregon Trail, 1847]]

* Near the end of the journey to Oregon, Hattie is good and tired of feeling dirty, exhausted, and ugly. So she puts on her best dress and tries to coil her hair on her head like Ma (the best she can do is a long braid). She expects Ma to be upset that she's wearing her best clothes on the trail. Instead, Ma simply touches Hattie's cheek and quietly comments on how pretty she looks.

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[[folder: So Far from Home: The Diary of Mary Driscoll, an Irish Mill Girl, Lowell, Massachusetts, 1847]]

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[[folder: All the Stars in the Sky: The Santa Fe Trail Diary of Florrie Mack Ryder, The Santa Fe Trail, 1848]]

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[[folder: Seeds of Hope: The Gold Rush Diary of Susanna Fairchild, California Territory, 1849]]

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[[folder: A Picture of Freedom: The Diary of Clotee, a Slave Girl, Belmont Plantation, Virginia, 1859]]

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[[folder: A Light in the Storm: The Civil War Diary of Amelia Martin, Fenwick Island, Delaware, 1861]]

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[[folder: The Girl Who Chased Away Sorrow: The Diary of Sarah Nita, a Navajo Girl, New Mexico, 1864]]

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[[folder: When Will This Cruel War Be Over?: The Civil War Diary of Emma Simpson, Gordonsville, Virginia, 1864]]

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[[folder: I Thought My Soul Would Rise and Fly: The Diary of Patsy, a Freed Girl, Mars Bluff, South Carolina, 1865]]

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[[folder: The Great Railroad Race: The Diary of Libby West, Utah Territory, 1868]]

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[[folder: Down the Rabbit Hole: The Diary of Pringle Rose, Chicago, Illinois, 1871]]

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[[folder: Land of the Buffalo Bones: The Diary of Mary Ann Elizabeth Rodgers, an English Girl in Minnesota, New Yeovil, Minnesota, 1873]]

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[[folder: My Face to the Wind: The Diary of Sarah Jane Price, a Prairie Teacher, Broken Bow, Nebraska, 1881]]

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[[folder: West to a Land of Plenty: The Diary of Teresa Angelino Viscardi, New York to Idaho Territory, 1883]]

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[[folder: A Coal Miner's Bride: The Diary of Anetka Kaminska, Lattimer, Pennsylvania, 1896]]

* Although Anetka's marriage is arranged and awkward, all her interactions with her daughters are heartwarming. So too are her SlapSlapKiss interactions with Leon, right up until [[spoiler: TheyDo.]]

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[[folder: Dreams in the Golden Country: The Diary of Zipporah Feldman, a Jewish Immigrant Girl, New York City, 1903]]
* Midway through the diary, Zipporah's middle sister Miriam marries an Irish-American fireman, causing her family to disown her and her mother to pretend she is dead. At the end, [[spoiler: Miriam and her husband come to see Zipporah's play, and Miriam confronts her mother. The entire family makes up.]]
* Around her birthday, Zipporah feels no one cares about her or notices her big day because life has been so chaotic. Her oldest sister Tovah makes a point to take her to a grown-up café, where other surprises like flowers and hair ribbons await.
* Miriam's secret love interest Sean makes her a handmade card for Valentine's Day, despite the fact that their romance is forbidden on both sides.
* During her big theatrical debut in ''Shulamith,'' Zippy bursts out crying backstage because she sees Miriam and Sean in the audience. Due to family troubles noted above, she hadn't seen her sister for months. Two actors step in to comfort her, and when she says she's no star, one of them tells her, "It all begins with a twinkle."

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[[folder: A City Tossed and Broken: The Diary of Minnie Bonner, San Francisco, California, 1906]]

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[[folder: Hear My Sorrow: The Diary of Angela Denoto, a Shirtwaist Worker, New York City, 1909]]

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[[folder: Voyage on the Great Titanic: The Diary of Margaret Ann Brady, RMS Titanic, 1912]]

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[[folder: A Time for Courage: The Suffragette Diary of Kathleen Bowen, Washington, D.C., 1917]]
* The entire Bowen Family helping Alma during the disintegration of her parents' marriage.
** [[KindlyHousekeeper Marietta]] figures out a way for Alma to be with Kat, while the latter serves tea to Alice Paul and the Women's Party at her mother's gathering, without Alma's sexist Father being the wiser. The solution?
---> Tell her she got to come over tonight 'cause I got that cambric for your summer tea dresses and we've got to fit them up tonight.
** Kat always trying to find a way to spend time with Alma and give her an escape from her DysfunctionalFamily.
** When Alma tells Dr. Bowen that Kat is afraid she'll be alone, due to Mrs. Bowen on the picket line and if he goes to the frontlines to treat the soldiers; he assures his daughter and niece that is job is to train the younger doctors at hospitals in the D.C. and Maryland area due to [[DadTheVeteran his experience in the Spanish American War]], he snorts about his wife's noble cause being noble yet inconvenient. Alma then replies she wished her father was as civil and understanding as her uncle here and he assures her that she has a place in their household always.
* That moment when the mentally disabled Clary sees her mother when she helps Alma and Kat take some heated bricks and coffee to the picket lines, obviously a lot of hugging and whooping and TearsOfJoy.
* Dr. Bowen allowing Kat to skip her a school day to come with him to the hospital, where she watched his teaching demos and got to understand percentages due to how they're used in the medical profession.
* Clary and Kat enjoying their Victory Garden together; Dr. and Mrs. Bowen's romantic gazes.
* Alma being comforted by the Countess of Limerick, who knows Alma is underage, doesn't care about that, and told her she once ran away with a drunk at her age who died within five years. "You haven't run away. You have run to something and therein lies all the difference," she tells the younger girl.
* Clary and Kat picking the grown tomatoes from the Victory Garden, where they start biting into them (like with apples) and then started playing around in the rain. Kat notes it's the single happiest moment she had in months and for Clary, especially according to how Auntie Claire's maid Juby knows that Clary isn't able to do much and enjoy life due to how her disability was viewed in that era.
* Mother's letter to her husband and daughter where she writes of her treatment in jail and notes how she hates she's missing several months of her daughter growing up and how their sacrifice is the greatest in the family, "that of the youngest child and the patient and understanding husband" and notes that they are all truth seekers.
* Alma falling in love with a wounded soldier named Cyril.
* The suffragists are released from jail, along with Mrs. Wilhelm and Kat's Mother, who've shown up for a school ceremony of their daughters, especially Kat winning an award for proficiency in Latin. Kat runs and hugs her mother.
* The Epilogue reads that Alma married Cyril and became the Duchess of Eddington, Alma's parents reconciled, the families got together for her wedding at his family estate in England with Kat and Clary as bridesmaids, Kat soon met a man who was intrigued by her unique personality and daring after a coma, and she has three children---one named Cassandra after Kat's late sister Cassie and gave Cassie her diary.
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[[folder: When Christmas Comes Again: The World War I Diary of Simone Spencer, New York City to the Western Front, 1917]]

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[[folder: Like the Willow Tree: The Diary of Lydia Amelia Pierce, Portland, Maine, 1918]]

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[[folder: Color Me Dark: The Diary of Nellie Lee Love, the Great Migration North, Chicago, Illinois, 1919]]

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[[folder: Christmas After All: The Great Depression Diary of Minnie Swift, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1932]]

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[[folder: Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: The Diary of Bess Brennan, Perkins School for the Blind, 1932]]
* The relationship between Bess and her twin sister Elin falls into this. Elin does several small heartwarming things after Bess becomes blind, such as writing her diary entries and giving her cat a bell so Bess knows when she is nearby.

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[[folder: Survival in the Storm: The Dust Bowl Diary of Grace Edwards, Dalhart, Texas, 1935]]

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[[folder: One Eye Laughing, the Other Weeping: The Diary of Julie Weiss, Vienna, Austria to New York, 1938]]
* Julie's relationship with her father: the first entry states that she cannot ever go to sleep until her father is home form his patients and how Dr. Weiss NEVER goes to bed without giving her a good-night kiss.
* Dr. Weiss's own dedication to his job, to the point where he ingratiates his patients into his social life and takes a lot of time with them. It's not wonder people call him "The Doctor" and why the butcher volunteered to stand guard at their residence after the Nazis have invaded the country.
* Julie's and Milli's relationship, until Milli does a HeelFaceTurn and leaves.
* Julie and Doctor Weiss's relationship with Mr. and Mrs. Heller.
* Julie's relationship with Mrs. Thompson, who is very dedicated to her job and expects her gifted students to make use of their talents and makes it very clear she won't tolerate Nazi thug tactics in her classroom.
* When Mrs. Weiss talks to the family chauffeur Richard about how they can't keep him on as an employee since Jews are no longer permitted to have a car; he then states to her that he thinks the persecution is wrong and he doesn't know why it is happening, he will still accompany her on her shopping trips and carry her packages with his personal car. It's enough to make the depressed Mrs. Weiss happy.
* Julie's memories of how her mother loved to visit the Prater and how she rode every ride, smiled, with the family eating ices and watching the fireworks.
* Somehow, the remaining patients of Dr. Weiss seem to be getting very sick, just to make up for the loss of those patients that left for gentile doctors.
* Before he left for Palestine, Max had left behind a copy of his favorite Rilke poem for his father and sister to read, just to let them know where he went to, for everyones' safety.
* Despite Dr. Weiss choosing to stay with his patients, he makes sure Julie is able to immigrate to NYC safely and in the arms of his in-laws.
* Aunt Clara always comes into Julie's bedroom every night since Julie arrived in the United States; this reminds Julie of when Dr. Weiss would come in and give her a good night kiss.
* The elevator operator befriending the depressive Julie, helping her with American slang and letting her operate the elevator lever along with sharing some information about the neighbors in the apartment building.
* Aunt Clara's glee at how Julie told her she would pretend to be [[AliceInWonderland Alice]] during her 11th year, with Julie noting how she loves how her melancholy aunt laughing.
* Aunt Clara and Uncle Martin: a HappilyMarried OddCouple. She's a melancholy actress, he's a jokey financier who takes photographs as a hobby that makes her laugh. He also [[spoiler: helped her recover from a depression after her old boyfriend, Julie's father, eloped with her sister (Julie's Mother) and went through the death of a child]] and immigrating to the United States with her.
* When Julie finally tears up in front of her Aunt and Uncle, Clara pulls her close and asked if she'd want to talk about her worries, which Julie finally did.
* Uncle Martin playing "Sober Sue" with his niece, just to get her to feel like she's already home.
* Uncle Martin believes that the birthday person should give presents to their loved ones rather than the other way around: he gives Clara a Tiffany's necklace, their governess/maid Susie [[TrademarkFavoriteFood a box of Mallomars]] and Julie a yo-yo which he helped teach her tricks with along with roller skates and some lessons.
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[[folder: Early Sunday Morning: The Pearl Harbor Diary of Amber Billows, Hawaii, 1941]]
* Mr. Poole, a kindly bookstore owner, has his own sign telling customers that "Children Read For Free".
* Kame's relationship with her [[CoolUncle aunt Miss Kozuke]].
* Mrs. Billows inviting Kame and her family to Christmas dinner, after comforting her about her shame in being Japanese.
* The family makes some time to watch ''Film/HowGreenWasMyValley'' before Christmas, which touches Amber to tears.
---> I cried from beginning to end. I don't usually cry at movies. I don't know what came over me. Lately I feel real sensitive, and the movie made me think about how much I care about my family. Even [[ManlyTears An]][[AloofBigBrother dy]] was choked up, you could tell.
* Amber notes she loves hugging her father, he smells like ice cream soda to her.
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[[folder: The Fences Between Us: The Diary of Piper Davis, Seattle, Washington, 1941]]

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[[folder: My Secret War: The World War II Diary of Madeline Beck, Long Island, New York, 1941]]
* The boarders at Hawkins' Boarding House all come together to comfort Mrs. Rosenthal during an air raid drill. Doubly heartwarming since it turns out she [[spoiler: narrowly escaped the Nazis.]]

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[[folder: With the Might of Angels: The Diary of Dawnie Rae Johnson, Hadley, Virginia, 1954]]

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[[folder: Where Have All the Flowers Gone? The Diary of Molly MacKenzie Flaherty, Boston, Massachusetts, 1968]]

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