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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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6 Monday WD {wind} S clear Drawed in 6 cord wood Billy to help. Margret here willy went to johns

7Tuesday WD {wind} S Rain DOne choars made Ed one one handle Margret here

8 Wednesday WD {wind} N cold Done chors john Learn and wife To diner Margret here

9 Thursday WD {wind} E clear cut logs Billy to help sold james shirk a cow for $40 to be paid in 8 month Margret here philip and willy at night

10 fryday WD {wind} SE clear cut logs fore noon heled Norm To tap after. shirk took the cow home Margret and willy here Ed Learn here at night

11 Saturday WD {wind} E cloudy at night Rain Took Margret and willy to kings mill station she went home. sent for the home journal paper Billy helped Norm in the bush comenced to boil

12 Sunday WD {wind} NE Rain at home Billy got the pouts. To Leave

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