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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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22 fryday WD {wind} S clear finished plowing in wheat feild Drawed 6 load manure 3 pumkins limber3/4 day. paid to Dewmaw $65,,00 for Randall

23 Satruday WD {wind} S clear picked Aples. Tibets paid for Randall $13..00

24 Sunday WD {wind} S clear to New sarum to church haycock preached To haycocks To Diner. Randal and wife here at night

25 Monday WD {wind} NE cloudy plowed. sold C hoaver 3 catle for $45,00 he paid $15.00 took 1 away Randall took old charley

26 Tuesday WD {wind} W Rain fore noon plowed after noon

27 Wednesday WD {wind} W cool plowed Randall Tool a load of hay home Pete putnam fixed the pump, 37cts paid

28 Thursday WD {wind} S clear plowed Randall Drawe wood 2 home

29 fryday WD {wind} E Rain plowed. Randall tto diner hoove to white heifer paid $17,00

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