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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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4 Satruday WD {wind} N clear Drawed peas finished charles cline to help got a letter from Ann Randall and wife went home

5 Sunday WD {wind} S clear To 2 chruch ly preached james Learn and wife here to diner Randall and wife here. Rain at night

6 monday WD {wind} N clear plowed paid charles cline $3..00 sent him away

7 Tuesday WD {wind} S clear plowed. the men put up the gate charle came back

8 Wednesday WD {wind} S clear plowed fore noon went to Bloomsburgh to philips cullvers after to philips at night

9 Thursday WD {wind} S Rain at night came home fore noon plowed after

10 fryday WD {wind} N clear plowed charley choared killed the turkey

11 Satruday WD {wind} E clear plowed Randall and wife here at night

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