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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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11 Thursday WD {wind} SW clear plowed fore noon husked corn after noon

12 fryday WD {wind} SW clear Done choars. Took a note from Norm. for $10 To be paid in 8 month Mother here To diner Randall fetched the horse home.

13 Satruday WD {wind} N storm To philips To diner Randall and wife and Ida putnam here at night

14 Sunday WD {wind} NE snow at home father and Mother To diner Norm and wife in the evening

15 Monday WD {wind} SW cloudy Done choars james smith paid $6..00for timber by jack

16 Tuesday WD {wind} NW snow Blustery Done choars. Mother here to diner

17 Wednesday WD {wind} NW snow 1 foot Done choars. john Learn and wife Robert Arney and Omer To Tea

18 Thursday WD {wind} S cloudy DOne choars sent a letter to philip cullvers

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