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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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6 Saturday in {Weleascold?}

Cleaned oats 83 bushel

henery to {help?} boy here

Randalf come home at

night. paid Mary 837s

7 Sunday {illegible} Eclear cold

to John Learns to Diner

John cullver here at

night charles an Nih

to johns Randalf home at night

8 Monday {in?} NWclear cold

to Belmont got horses shad {8?}

shoes set at Abotts let

Neuman have 497 {lb 812.42?{42 is written on top of line}}

of flour {82.50 cmy? {written between lines}}. got 2 barles salt 83

pair Boots $2,25 Broon 25 {it?}

colas 15. {Iaginaor?} 10. to Ginos

to faucetts John cullver

with me tnaughtan {in?}

wife an 2 children to ten

Randall home at might

John cullver here

9 tuesday in Wclear cold

to Lyons john cullver

with me Drove pony

Randall Drawed wood to

Lyons. home at night

henery Thnashed oats john

Cullver here at night .

10 Wednesday {in?} SE snow {at night written on top of snow}

to {Avan?} to Diner to

Manetts john cullver with

me. Randall {Dnewed?} wood

to Lyons. henery Thrashed


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