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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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20 thursday {in?} SW clear

took 6 cattle to the swamp

marke corn {gnound?}

Rolled the peas

Alvin to help

Brown cow had a calf

21 fryday {in?} SW Rain

planted corn Rolled

the Barley Alvin to

help {phrase written and scratched out in pencil "$11 cheese noey"?}

22 Saturday {in?} SW clear {"hot" written above line}

to Belmont let Odle have

potatoes 7. 3/4 bushed 83 cts

per bushel to johns after

tea Mother and Belsey

here Alvin choared

took 4 bushel wheat

to mill got from Odle

shingle nails 50 lb $250

23 Sunday {in?} SW clear

to New Sarum to

church hackock preache

to Lymans to DIner

james Learn an wife

Randall and Sarah Ann

Legg to tea here

pad to Newcoml $4.00

24 Monday in S clear hot

Draged for Milet Alvin

away. tured the sow

from The pigs

25 Tuesday {in?} NW clear hot

sowed Millet Alvin

helped drag. let Mrs cites

potatoes 2 bushel. h Brat

got them

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