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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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clark choped Randall helped To kill beef fore noon chaped after noon

23 Tuesday wind NE clear Done choars fore noon sawed wood after noon clark cut wood Randall to Eds at night Ann made a shirt for clark

24 Wednesday wind SE cloudy snow at night cut wood fore noon Done choars after noon Sent clark procton away at Noon for haveing loused The Bed. Randall to london got home at night

25 thursday wind SW cloudy Christmas day to john Learns To diner Philips here at night john finch to to Tea Randall To finches to diner let john Learn have beef quarter 54 lb

26 fryday wind SW snow cloudy to help finches Thrash Randall To help and team Asa Learn and wife To diner philip here

24 Saturday wind NE cloudy to help finches Thrash with team and Randall philip Done choars

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