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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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11 thursday {in?} W Bhistory {"cold" is written above line}

Done choars henery Thrashed

oats Randall went to

Lyons. john cullver went away with him

18 fryday {in?} Wclear cold

{drawed?} 2 {"1 1/2 cond" is written above line} load of wood

henery Thrashed oats

john Learn john

cullver Nib and chrles

cullver here to Diner

Randall home at night

pony Run away

13 Saturday {in?} Wclear cold

cleaned oats 98 bushel

Randall and henery and

jack and philip cleaned

14 Sunday {in?} NW clear, cold

at home. Df and Ed Moore

to Diner Randall and henery

to Diner

15 Monday {in?} Wclear cold

Drove Dick cold {"e" writem very small}{qcharley?}

henery thrashed oatss

Randall went away

St pettit and wife {qgish?}

and George Smith an wife

and gist to tea

16 tuesday {in} Wclear cold

Drove Dick and chaley

henery Thrashed oats

philip to school

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