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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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14 Sunday WD {wind} SW clear to 2 chruch joe with us Lynce preached

15 Monday WD {wind} E cloudy Done choars planted potatoes joe plowed

16 Tuesday WD {wind} E Rain looked for the colts joe plowed

17 Wednesday WD {wind} SE Rain to Belmont got grists let Boid have 15.32 lb of wheat for $1.00 per bushel $15.53cts got from Dyer 35 cts goods joe choared

18 Thursday WD {wind} SW clear worked in the garden joe plowed finished Moare house to diner Randall here paid him for Tibbots $10.00

19 fryday WD {wind} SE clear planted potatoes sowed oats and peas joe draged corn ground Ann quilted

20 Saturday WD {wind} W Rain planted potatoes joe to help. Black cow had a calf

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