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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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22 Sunday wind E Rain at home Randall and jane To Maplton George C Learn and George Deacon to Tea father and Mother here at night and Charles Learn jr

23 Monday wind E cloudy Set calage done choars Randall plowed let E Mc have 100 feet boards for $1.50 got from Mother $2. Mother here fathe went home Black cow To Bull Rain at night

24 Tuesday wind E cloudy helped Ev Learn To saw Randall and team To Mothe To EV Learn I Paid her $2

25 Wednesday wind E clear hoed potatoes got a pump from P Tutnam for $7,50 ct Randall plowed D Moore had a Cow To Bull

26 Thursday wind E went To simcoe To fine To S coners Bugners To Tea To Bugners at night To Philips Cullves

27 fryday wind SE To hullville to Barbers To Diner To W cullvers To Tea. To Philips at night

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