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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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10 fryday WD {wind} W cloudy To help Dan Baxter thrash philip done choars husked corn. Norm and wife here in the evening

11 Satruday WD {wind} SW snow helped Baxter thrash fore noon. To Belmont after got esons from Dyer 10 cts philip Done choars

12 Sunday WD {wind} S cloudy at home Edward Learn here and philip

13 Monday WD {wind} N snow blustry Done choars philip choard Ed here at night

14 Tuesday WD {wind} W snow Went to sTthomas to court grand jurer To chastes Learn at night

15 Wednesday WD {wind} S thawed To court to chasles Learn at night

16 Thursday WD {wind} W cold snow To court To W cullvers at night

17 fryday WD {wind} W cold To court got pay $7.60cts home at night

18 Satruday WD {wind} W cold DOne choars traded with Norm Drag for a calf charles legg sawed.

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