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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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10 Wednesday wind SW clear cut corn Randall helped

11 Thursday wind S clear cut corn Randall helped took up 2 skips of Bees at night put 4 in the wood house

12 fryday wind S Raind at night cut corn Randall helped

13 Saturday wind N cool to Belmont paid Mathews $173 got from Odle goods for $174 Calvin Brown and wife and john finch here at night Traded horses with Georg C Learn

14 Sunday wind NW cool to 2 church to prayer Meeting Browns with us to W Barrs to diner Randall Drove pete colt

15 Monday wind S Rain after n Cut corn Randall helpedRam after noon Star cow To Bull

16 Tuesday wind Nw clear Cut and put up corn Randall helped finishd cuTing let SroughTonhave 100 feet plank for Road $150

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