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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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15 Tuesday WD {wind} NW cloudy cold DOne choars Bily to help Tilda sowed

16 Wednesday WD {wind} W snow squals Done choars Billy split wood fore noon to milk meeting To john stewart george Bass too the job to draw milk for $150.00 6 1/2 month

17 Thursday WD {wind} SW snow helped Norm saw with Billy to help fore noon Drawed in 2 cord wood after

18 fryday WD {wind} W clear DOe choars. Billy went hom at night

20 Sunday WD {wind} NW clear To New sarum to church haycock preached To j Warwicks To diner Tillda with us Billy back at night

21 Monay WD {wind} SW Rain at night To help Norm saw with Billy and Team. sold j Mvplale a cow for $40

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