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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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17 Tuesday wind SE clear cut Thistles Randall and Jane to pick nick

18 Wednesday wind SW clear I was sick Randall drawed wood and went to Belmont fare. Hanah Learn and Leta finch and Adaline

Gracey and Mr D Moore called in the evening Johnson and bay came from Building fence to St Thomas

19 Thursday wind SW clear cultivated corn I Learn to help Randall comenced To plow sumer falowe Bees swarmed spot hefer to Bull let j R johnson have The wool to work on shares 45lb wool

20 fryday wind NW clear cultivated corn forenoon to Belmont afternoon got a plow from Sleath $18 got wagon tire set at Abots $1..50cts Randall plowed

21 Saturday wind SW clear plowed sumer falowe Rand Randall plowed got from Cambell a single harnes for $30 To be paid in lumber at $14 per 1000 R Learn here at night

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