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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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17 Monday wind E cloudy Built a corn crib D f Moore to help. Randall went a way pedling wire j Dean to help him

18 Tuesday wind N clear Made cider fore noon D Moore E Learn to help plowed after noon sold D Moore The geese 13 for $6..00

19 Wednesday wind NW cloudy snow at night Built ash house Randall home at night paid Taxes $26 20 wheat

20 Thursday wind NW cloudy killed 5 hogs salted down 4 in baken D Moore Randall and E Learn To help

21 fryday wind NE snowed fixed sTable. Randall To Belmont sent Money for wire $27.50 $2 for other things

22 Saturday wind SW clear fixed sTable fore noon Randall helped To Belmont after noon got from Dyer pair of slips for Ann 80 cts john Learn and wife To diner he Took his Buck home. Randall got sage to Sroughtons

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