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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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12 Monday WM claudy to Belmant to mill to WBarrs in the evening Randall to Bahmant Robert and Philip Learn took the old saw home

15 Tuesday in NE snow to yohn Learns got shingles (oao and 3/4)Randall sick

14 Wednessday in NM Bluestery Dance chaar caller to Alack Stwarts in evenning his wife sick. Randall sick

15 Thursday in W Blurstery Done chaars cleanew wheat in the evening Demoane in the evening Demoane to help john Doan monew his house past 16 Friday in Wclear cold To spring field with spring whaet 19 hu 45 lbs sold for $104 Barley & bushed solld for $115 per bushed . Randall Away WY hill and wife hes to tea evening john learm and in wife to tea. pair nutman $55 fon Natc 17 saturday in Selear Drawed weoa with calts fone moan to Belmpnt after fun got table faith and dress and shoes from dyer $5.45 the [air fauceth $1 for paper Randall sick pet Bass heren

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