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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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14 Thursday WD {wind} SW clear Drawed Manure 7 load

15 fryday WD {wind} W Rain Done choars

16 Satruday WD {wind} N cloudy cool To Belmont got petete shod 4 shoes set to Abotts got from Dyer 6 galons lamp oil 21 per galon $168 1/2 Tobacoe 25cts picked aples 6 buckel George Legg and wife to Diner. Reped the horses in stable

17 Sunday WD {wind} SW Rain snow at home. lame back

18 Monday WD {wind} N clear plowed in wheat feild limber picked Aples 1/4 of day. Randall and wife here at night Randall gave me $65.00 for Deumaw

19 Tuesday WD {wind} W clear plowed limber spread manure 1/2 day. Randall took boards down to lyons

20 Wednesday WD {wind} S clear plowed.

21 Thursday WD {wind} SW clear plowed

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