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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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March 1874

Sunday wind S. clear at home Randall and jane to glad stone to church john learn and masgret cullver to diner and S flemins to tea Randall went to Bekmmont at night margret here

2 monday wind Sclear made spindes dones choars margnet clulver here.

3 tuesday wind S W rain Travell the Buckets to the Bush taped co trees and took mar gret to john in the after moan 4 wednesday in NW clear done choars put the Buckets Round to trees.

5 Thursday wind L clear took the kittens to he bush and hund them margnet cullver walked over n johns here at night

6 friday in L claudy Rain done choars margnet cullver here

7 saturday in S W cludy to john learns took marget there fill come home with us randall come home at night

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