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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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23 Wednesday wind SE clear cut and put up weat EV Learn To help. Mrs Traton To Diner got chery

24 Thursday wind Sw clear hot cut and put up wheat and finished fall wheat Mrs Traton for chereys Calista for cherys here

25 fryday wind SW clear Rain at night Draged fore noon on sumer falowe cultivated after noon Randall Draged Mrs Traton here for cherys

26 Saturday wind SE cloudy to Belmont got the horses shod 6 set 2 new ones Catlarine Leach and jane Learn here at night. balon and wife To Tea

27 Sunday wind S clear hot To Mary jane farqurs funeral john finch and john fergeson and georg Learn to diner. Star cow To Bull

28 Monday wind E cloudy Rain helped EV Learn to line wheat Randall to help Mrs Traton and calestu here for cherys Mrs D Moore to Diner

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