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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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23 Sunday wind E cloudy snow at home Mother hariet and litle chaley here To Tea Mother went to E Learns Hariet and charley slayed at night

24 Monday wind NW cloudy Done choars Randall to j

Denis s sale george Aplefor and wife jack and jeny To Tea Hariet and charley here

25 Tuesday wind N cloudy helped E Learn kill 2 hogs fore noon Done choars afTer noon Drawed 1 load of wood let p j putnam have a hog 159 lb $8 95 cts haiet to Eds charley away D Moore Took some geese

26 Wednesday wind NW cloudy Done choars Randall choped D Demery and wife Mrs finch and cullver here To tea hareitt and charley D Moore paid $6 for geese

27 Thursday wind NE snow cleaned wheat cut 6 pigs fore noon to Mrs finches to Diner and Tea Ann and Hariet withe me put in sTraw after noon Took in the colts at night

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