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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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10 Sunday wind SE clear to 2 church Grant preached

11 Monday wind W rain, clear comenced to cut oats

12 Tuesday wind W cloudy cut oats jR johnson and Sam to help bind and Randall Bound

13 Wednesday wind E cloudy cut oats finished Randall and Sam jhn son Bound Ann sick

14 Thursday wind E clear set up oats Randall helped fore noon to Belmont after noon got from Odle12 yds coTon and {of?} 2 yds print 17 cts bar soap 20. 1 spool 15 cts comb 50 lamp glass 10 cts

15 fryday wind NE clear Done choars Randall to help EV Learn after noon Traded horses with George Apleford

16 Saturday wind N clear Rain Comenced spring wheat Hiram and George Smith to Diner. to john Learns after tea

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