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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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Randall put up corn EV Learn hat a cow to Bull

30 SaTurday wind S clear hot cut sowed corn to Belmot at night let Dyer have 9 Doz eggs got 9. bowls Randall got his colt shod to Abots 2 shers

31 Sunday wind SW Rain at home john Learn and wife and john finch to Tea

September 1873

1 Monday wind W clear. cool to ST Thomas to Diner To Charles Learns. put in the Mechants Bank $201 for my self and $45 for Randall Randall to help fawcett Thrash

2 Tuesday wind NW clear Sowed wheat 6 Randall Draged with colts

3 Wednesday wind SE rain at night finished Draging the wheat and furowed out

4 Thursday wind SW Rain to Belmont got wagon got from Dyer chees mong $30. Randall to Belmont to H Lacks sale

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