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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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16 monday in NW smuu blus to Andrew cliles got 2 bushel clover seed $12.00 Randall an yane came home.

17 tuesday in w clear cold done choars Randall draw wood in the sugar bush jane here.

18 wednesday in S clear done choars Randall to Belmnt little john learn here james learn here at night

19 thursday n SW rain at mig done choars Randall home mrs moane took her Bird home W gragery Buril

20 Friday in NW clear thawe to will Bushed wheat and 12 af oats to Y fuc westts to diner got cheese macy $2of 76 ots got boats for from $ 1, 75 its Randall home 21 Saturday wind NP snow dave chars Randall home george learn to diner

22 sunday wind L claudy at ome Randall and Jone to PV learn in the evening

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