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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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21 Sunday WD {wind} W cloudy To 2 church Lynce preached. Randall and wife To tea

22 Monday WD {wind} N clear Done choars joe Draged corn ground

23 Tuesday WD {wind} NE clear Marked corn ground comenced to plant joe helped. Sold Jame Mcphale a cow $32.00 joe Smith To Diner

24 Wednesday WD {wind} SW clear Done choars Ann sick get Mary Ann Taylor wife to diner and tea DrWilson here paid him $2.00 joe planted corn

25 Thursday WD {wind} W clear planted corn joe planted to Belmont let dyes have eggs 20 3/4 Doz got 2 shoes set to Abbotts on charley Dr Wilson called Ann was sick. let C hoover have 2 calves for 60 cts

26 fryday WD {wind} SW clear planted corn joe to help Ann sick

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