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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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5 Easter sunday wind & snow at home Randall and dan and jane away Randall and jane came home at night

6 monday wind W clear drawes fence blacks fone moan Dan cut Blocks after moan randell to belmount

& tuesday in W clear warm sawed blacks fane moan drawed blocks after moan dan spillt blocks

8 wednesday wiind & clear getheres and Barlew sah Dan cut loacks after oan and went to layolars and bought a marse for $35 after tear ann helped to cary up the surip Nub and black cans had calfer

9 thursday & clear drawed fence black fone moan drawed stakes after moan dan cut blacks put dawn malases 13 gad

10 friday in W clear get 1 load starw from & d learn gethered sap 4 1/2 tubs boiled dan to help i was sick after noan

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