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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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7 fryday WD {wind} SW clear To Belmot to cheese meeting. got $4.36 chees money. sent for paper paid $1.60 ct

8 Satruday WD {wind} S cloudy warm Done choars. Norm com enced to cut logs for wood

9 Sunday WD {wind} S Rain warm at home all day

10 Monday WD {wind} NW cold To Belmont got a suit of clother from hawkins for $24,,00 Norm cut logs for wood

11 Tuesday WD {wind} W clear cold Done choars. Norm cut logs 1/2 dat

12 Wednesday WD {wind} NW snow squals Done choars

13 Thursday WD {wind} NW clear cold To help galaton finch thrash with team Randall and dick{written below} took a load of wood

14 fryday WD {wind} SW cloudy cold to help galaton finch thrash with team

15 Saturday WD {wind} SW cloudy Done choars Norm at logs W Roberts To help him

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