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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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24 saturday in NWbluesd Done chaars Randall went to mapletan

25 Sunday in NW cold at home Randall away mrs d moane and sarah mm legg to tea.

26 monday in S W claudy done chaars Randall came home D gracy here in the evening. hargenw fin to work a year for $160 dug lass took the sheep and pair $38

27 tuesday win Snow Rain Done chaars Randall to doams george emery aw wife an am and elen mj frank and george c learn here to tea.

28 wednesday in NW claudy done choars nelson learn and wife to diner randall away at night

29 THURSDAY IN NW CLAUDY to election votew fpr S day Randall vote for day 30 friday N E snow blustery to Black Stewails wife s funeral W Yacks and wife to diner Randall to finehers to a surprise at night.

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