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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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3 fryday WD {wind} S clear helped Randall and charley saw fore noon. choaed after got the bobs framed Norm gave up his 2 notes $26.. Balance back on notes $2..50 cts. Randall and wife went home after noon lmber fixed hen pen

4 Saturday WD {wind} SE cloudy Done choars. went to john Learns got beef 13lb

5 Sunday WD {wind} E Rain at home

6 Monday WD {wind} E Rain fogy Done choars. To EV Learn in the evening To tea

7 Tuesday WD {wind} SE Rain killed 5 hogs EV 3 hogs Norm and ed To help philip here at night

8 Wednesday WD {wind} S & N cloudy cut up the hogs and salted philip choared hogs wait.. 268lb 4,,154lb

9 Thursday WD {wind} NW cold To Belmont got charley shod 4 shoes set the Abbots got from Dyer 1 Doz plates $1,50. sinemen 20 Randall and charley sawed john Learn and wife to diner chirk To diner diner to j Blacks

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