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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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19 fryday WD {wind} S clear DOnne choars killed a pig waid 116lb made a broom Norm helped to to kill the pig

20 Satruday WD {wind} S clear to Randalls plowed his garden fetched home potatoes from Randalls

21 Sunday WD {wind} N clear To 2 church & Lynce preached philip Learn here at night. cold

22 Monday WD {wind} E clear cold done choars

23 Tuesday WD {wind} SW cloudy Rain helped Randall draw logs for wood Randall and wife Ida and Lynce and wif here at night

24 Wednesday WD {wind} N clear helped Randall Draw leogs charles Legg helped let J Lynce have $60..00 Randall and wife went home at night

25 Thursday WD {wind} E clear to st Thomas got from Cary goods $ .60cts got photographs takin got Randalls and wife paid $7.00 pihlip done choars

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