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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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24 Tuesday WD {wind} E clear To the swamp to help Sandy cury thrash had to my share 40 bushel wheat and 18 of oats Eder j A Baldwin and girl to dine Ann gave him $1..00 for chruch

25 Wednesday WD {wind} S clear To Lyons got Randall to help Draw in oats Randall and wife here

26 Thrusday WD {wind} S clear Drawee in oats finished Randall to help drawed in Millet Ann 3 loadto help. 3 load Randall went home noon Ann to Belmont eggs 23 1/3 got sugar $4.36 and 20

27 fryday WD {wind} S clear Drawed in Millet 6 load charles cline to help

28 satruday WD {wind} S clear Drawed in milit 5 load 1 peas cullver finch and charles Cline to help. W hill and wife here at night. let L Tibetts have peas 2 /12 bushel

29 Sunday WD {wind} S clear To 2 chruch Lynce preached Randall and wife to Diner Dick run away. charley stayed at home

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