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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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October 1875

1 fryday WD {wind} NE & NW clear Drawed in 7 loadover charles to help. shirk painted

2 Saturday WD {wind} W clear Drawed in clover 7 load charles and william Barber To help Barber an boy. to diner. Randall and wife here at night

3 Sunday WD {wind} S clear To 2 church 1/2 past 2 orlod Lynce preached. Mother here to diner

4 Monday WD {wind} S clear finished the clover took in the Beans set up the corn charles To help shirk painted

5 Tuesday WD {wind} E cloudy to Belmont got george shod 2 shoes To Abbotts got from Dyer $1 shug and 25cts Bisket let him have eggs 22 doz {unknow character} 8 Lynce and wife here at night got chees money $28

6 Wednesday WD {wind} W Rain to john Learns Mother here at night

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