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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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8 Sunday in N snow at home Randall home Dan gracy to diner

9 Monday in N W snow blus dane choars let george let george ap lefond have randa;l harness randa;; went tp behment

10 tuesday wind N blus tery done chars

11 wednesday N Blusstery done chars to george aplefanels in the evening

12 thurday wind Neol blustery done choars

13 fridat wind NW Blustery done chars

14 saturday wind w clear sone choars Trawel wood 3 load Randall came home at night 15 sunday wind S clear thunder at home Rnadall home to D moans in the evening

16 monday wind S cloudy tapew the bush cannenced to boil gracy to worked ofr a year for me $ 160 chapter wines.

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