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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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March 1874

Dan lost Time Days
28 away to Belmont 1/2
18 April away 1/2
20 Dan sick 1/2
29 Dan away 1/2
30 Dan away 1


1 Dan away 1
2 Dan away 1


4 Dan done road work 1
26 Dan to pick nick 1

July 1874

1 Dan away 1

Agust 1874

26 Dan Drunk 1
27 Dan away Drunk 1

September 1874

5 Dan away 1/2
7 Dan away 1
8 Dan away 1/2
23 Dan away 1/2

October 1874

Dan away 1/2
17 Dan away 1/2
19 Dan away Drunk 1
20 Dan away Drunk 1
29 Dan away 1
30 Dan away Drunk 1
31 Dan away Drunk 1

November 1874

2 Dan away drunk 1
3 Dan away 1
4 Dan away 1
5 Dan away 1
{the 1s in the far right column could just as easily be /s}

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