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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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8 Saturday {in?} SW clear {"ward" written above}

Done choars set Bery.

{Bushres?} Alvin went

home at night.

Randall home at night

Midge cow had a calf

phileman at fence {"day" written on top} 1/2

9 Sunday{in?} SW Rain

To New {Sarwm?} to church

Slaycock preached

to haycocks to diner

10 Monday {in?} W Rain

Done choars let Dun

can taylor have 2 bu

shel of Barley $1.80

gave j cope a calf

Alvin come at noon

Randall home at night

11 Tuesday {in?} SW Rain

Done choars set onions

Alvin helped went

home at night

. Randall went to Lyons

12 Wednesday {in?} NW Rain

Done choars let Albott

have 2 bushel of oats

Alvin away

13 thursday {in? SW clear}

set onions fore noon

Alvin to help sowed

peas and Draged after

Norm sowed bushel

fone me

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