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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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14 fryday {in?} SE Rain

husked corn finished

Alvin set strawbry

plants Randall home

15 Saturday {in?} NW clear

Sowed peas Norm sowed

Randall helped to drag Alvin set strawberys

set Duck Eggs 11

16 Sunday {in?} N clear

to {Newsarum?} to church

Hacock preached to

Diner to Lymans

17 Monday {in?} SW clear

plowed corn {gnawnd?}

fone noon Draged oats

for Norm after noon

Randall took trees an

wood to Lyons with

charley ad Dick

18 tuesday {in?} NW clear

plowed corn {gnownd?} and

cultivated for potatoes

Alvin planted potatoes

helped Norm to plow

after noon phileman

at fenece. Let john have

a bushel of potatoes

19 Wednesday {in?} SW clear

Drage corn grownd fore {onod? written on top}

to Belmont after got from

Odle {$5.c6?} w paid $7.75

Randall with us. Alvin

planted potatoes.

star {"star" is crossed out with pencil marking} cow to Bull

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