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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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14 Wednesday {in?} SW clear

plowed phileman an

Alvin Boiled sap

Ann laid carpet up

stairs Randall home

at night got 7 hens

15 Thursday {in?} {"after noon" written on top} S Rain

sowed Barley 8 bushel

Norm sowed it

Norm and wife to Diner

Mother To diner and tea

phileman at her 1?2 day

16 fryday {in?} NW cold snow

to Belmont got charley

shod 4 shoes 1 new to

Abbotts let john Learn

have 10 bushel Barley

Mother john ad {Ed?} to

tea Alvin chared.

17 Saturday {in?} W snow {"cold" written above "snow"}

Done choars let phileman

have hag 125 lb $8.75 cts

boards 26 feet 26 cts

Randall home at night

18 Sunday {in?} NW cloudy {"cold" written above "cloudy"}

To 2 church Lynce preache

Randall {and?} Sarah Ann

Legg to tea. Nub {"a calf" written on top} cord had

19 Monday {in?} W cloudy snow

to the swamp Norm {"felt" is erased}

fetched hosts fon me 1/2 day

Alvin huske corn

Mother here Norm to diner Ann washed

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