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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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17 tuesday wind SP clear getherew sap 5 tuls and boilew suripew dawn dan gracy to help

18 wednesday wind SP cloudy worker in Bush getherew Sap 5 tubs boiler sugarew off 26 lb made moleses 2 galans Dan helhew

19 thurday in NW ckear worked in Bush gethere sap 4 tubs Boiled suagre off 50. Dan Helped

20 Friday wind S clear worked in Bush getheresw sap 2 1/2 tubs boiled dan to help sugared off 89lbs

21 saturday wind NW clear worked in the Bush gethered sap 2 tubs suagred of 26th Randall home janes learn and sarsh legg here at night dan ehaphew in form moan helped in the bush afternoon to belment at night.

22 sunday wind SW clear at home Randall home Dan here Robert learn here 23 monday in blush tery done choars dan chapter sugered odd 21lbs.

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