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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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12 Sunday WD {wind} S cloudy cool To New sarum to church haycock preached

13 Monday WD {wind} S clear plowed. charley choard

14 Tuesday WD {wind} S clear plowed finished all draged after noon charles choared Henert Moore to diner

15 Wednesday WD {wind} S clear sowed Wheat 8 bushl Draged charley drged

16 Thursday WD {wind} Rain cleaned wheat cut oats

17 fryday WD {wind} N clear cool snow sowed wheat 20 {written above} Norm sowed after noon charles cline draged


18 Satruday WD {wind} W clear finished the wheat dragin Drawed in oats 2 load charley to help

19 Sunday WD {wind}E rain at home Randall an wife called

20 Monday WD {wind} W squals fixed Barn and granery killed a pig charley to help. the sow hag 6 pigs

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