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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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26 fryday {in?} SW Rain

to Belmont got chop let

Warden have bag Aples {"75~" written on top of "Aples"}

taper 121 trees in Bush

William Barr an wife

and child to tea

Randall home at night

27 Saturday {in?} NW clear

finished Tapin Bush 205

Trees Burned out kittes

Randall home. to {sane?}

leggs to tea

28 Sunday in SS clear thawed

to No 1 Burk preached

Randall home on philip

29 Monday {in?} S clear Thawed

gethered sap an Boiled 4 {tsps?}

philip and Alvin sites

to help Alvin Sites

come to work for $2.,00 per month

30 Tuesday in S clear {illegible}

worked in Bush {suriped?}

Dawn gethered 2 1/2 tubs

of sap and boiled Alvin

To help Ann sugared of

31 Wednesday {in?} S clear warm

to cheese meeting fone noon

Norm took job Drawing

milk for $ 1C0. cut wood

afeter Alvin To help

Aga Winters To Diner

Ann sugared of $1 lb

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