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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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13 tuesday wind SW clear warm Drawed in corn Randall helped

15 Wednesday wind E clear Drawed in corn finished borowed a horse from john Learn lent him the wagon

16 Thursday wind S E cloudy wind at night plowed fore noon Peter Putnam here to fix pump after noon

17 fryday wind E clear plowed fore noon Randall plowed all day P j Putnam put in the pump ater noon for $8.25 ct got loards {50 tm written above} Erick Smith and wife to Diner

18 Saturday wind SW Rain husked corn Randall To help D Moore clean wheat Cows star Broke her horn

19 Sunday wind SW cloudy at home to gracy to Archa Mcolum john Learn and wife and child charles Learn and wife and 2 children francy Deacon and wife and 2 children to Tea in evening

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