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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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2 Sunday {in?} NW {"cold" written above} snow

At home Randall

home to diner alvin

come back

3 Monday {in?} SW clear

To Belmont let Newon

have Molases 4 gel 8 lb

let Odle have honey 19

lb eggs 38 1/4 Doz got

from him goods $10.8 {bs?}

helpe Norm Draw load

of hay from fergesons

Randall home at night

4 Tuesday {in?} NWSW clear

Withe phileman to station

for his dog fone noon

plowed after the lurkey


5 Wednesday {in?} SW Rain

plowed Alvin choared

paid by order $2...00 To

Mrs Cites for Alvins

work. phileman at fence

6 Thursday in NW {"cool" written above} clear {fros?}

finished plowing sod

Drawed in things from

the Bush Alvin to help

phileman at fence

Aga helped Ann

7 fryday {in?} E cloudy frost

fisced posts for fence

phileman at fence

Aga helped Ann

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