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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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11 Saturday in N snow cold Done chores Dan suriped Down split wood and killed Blacks calf the black sow to boar we was to D Moores in the evening Randall came home at night

12 Sunday wind SE clear to 2 church to prayer meeting Dan and Jane wiith us Randall to D Moores in the evening

13 Monday in SE clear gethered and Boiled sap 3 1/2 tubs made Molases 6 galons Dan split stakes after noon bass choped wood Richard pullin to tea

14 tuesday in SW clear gethered sap 5 tubs boiled Dan to help went to helmont after tea Ann went to Johns Lyman Learn here at night

15 Wednesday wind N W clear Drawed sap 3 tubs made Molases 5 galons Dant to help Dan spilt stakes afternoon

sugar and Malases 600 lbs.

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