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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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13 Monday WD {wind} NW snow cold DOne choars Norm boiled sap Billy gates went away paid him $4.40 cts he quit to work for me

14 Tuesday WD {wind} S clear Done choars. To Belmont hot from Dyer 79cts goods Norm fetched in surip

15 wednesday WD {wind} E clear cold to help george Learn saw wood J SMith To diner

16 Thursday WD {wind} E hail Rain Done choars

17 fryday WD {wind} WN cold Blustery Done choars. Mrs Lyce and girl To Tea. hanah got beans and onions. 25 cts

18 Satruday WD {wind} N clear cold Done choars

19 Sunday WD {wind} SW clear thaw To george Learns to diner Randall and wife here to diner Norms wife had a boy

20 Monday WD {wind} NE snow Done choars. spot cow had a calf. William and joseph Alen here at night

21 Tuesday WD {wind} NW Blustery Drawed logs 3 Black ash joe Alen helped bill went home

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