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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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20 Monday wind NE cloudy snow at night plowed Randall plowed in the 14 Acre field 2 teams kept the horses in the stable at night

21 Tuesday wind SW snow rain husked corn and killed a hog Randalf went to W gracyes at night put cows in the stable

22 Wednesday in SW clear To Belmont fore noon got cheese money $ 25 plowed and Randall after noon 2 Teams. Rain at night

23 Thursday wind SW Rain husked corn Randall To Belmont. Robert Learn Took the horse home

24 fryday wind SW clear husked corn fore noon Randall and Moore picked Aples. plowed after noon 2 Teams

25 Saturday wind SW clear plowed 2 teams Randall helped

26 Sunday wind E cloudy Rain at night to New Sarum To church Elder Haycock preached to Lymans To Diner To EV Learns to Tea. paid j Merlatt $101 for Taxes

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