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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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13 Thursday WD {wind} E Rain Done choars joe choared

14 fryday WD {wind} W windy squals Rain Done choars joe choped

15 Satruday WD {wind} S Rain at nigt To Belmont let dyer have Butter 25 {25 above} $6.50 cts eggs 9 Doz 70 Mrs Legg and charley To diner joe choped

16 Easter Sunday {WD} wind W cloudy at home joe here 2 boy to diner

17 Monday WD {wind} N clear fixed fence joe to help choared after joe choped jack Smith here in evenig

18 Tuesday WD {wind} N clear To Randalls took a pig and 7 bushel oats meat and flour and butter aples got the horses shod to Denises 4 shoes set. 50 ct joe turned up buckets in bush

19 Wednesday WD {wind} SE clear took the sow to S stewart joe choped sined to Lynce $20

20 Thursday WD {wind} E cloudy comenced to plow joe plowed. Midge cow had a calf. cut the 3 pigs

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