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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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22 Wednesday WD {wind} W clear To Springfeild got joe trunk. To Randals to diner hoe with me

23 Thrusdasy WD {wind} SW clear To Belmont got from Dyer $4,20 cts paid him $6.75 put in straw after joe to help joe Alen comenced work for 7 month for $84.00

24 fryday WD {wind} E clear night snowet Done choars joe killed a calf fore noon. Drawe wood 5 cord after got our pictors.

25 Satruday WD {wind} SE Rain Sick with a cold. joe Done choars Let Norm have a ag of aples Ann made candles10 doz

26 Sunday WD {wind} NW cloudy snow at home sick joe DOne choars.

27 Monday WD {wind} W cloudy Was sick joe cut wood and Done choars

28 Tuesday WD {wind} NE snow Blustery I was sick joe Done choars Randall here to dine Norm boiled sap in bush paid joe 25cts

29 Wednesday WD {wind} snow lame. joe Done choars james Shirk and wife to diner

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