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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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23 Saturday wind W clear planted corn Dan to help D Moore helped afternoon. Randall came home at night

24 Sunday wind SW celar at home Randall and Jane to Mapleton Dan away. Rain at night

25 Monday wind W hard finished planting corn Dan helped let John tooly have 1 bushel corn $1 Randall to Belmont

26 tuesday wind W clear plowed in the medowe Dan at fence Let George Smith have 1/4 b corn for 25 cts

27 Wednesday wind S clear plowed in medowe Dan helped Ed Learn saw planted melons at night. to Belmont got from Dyer $403 in goods paid 32 doz eggs $320

28 thursday wind S clear warm sowed corn plnnted beans cucumbers and potatoes Calvin Brown and wife and Mrs Barr and Mrs Hill to diner

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