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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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8 Thursday WD {wind} S clear fixed fence joe to help Randall took a load of wood let Norm have 1/2 bushel of Millet seede for 25 cts nt paid

9 fryday WD {wind} SW clear fixed fence fore noon Norm and joe to help joe rolled the oats after hoed the garden after

10 Saturday WD {wind} S clear hot hoed garden joe cut burs To Belmont let Abbott have dried aples $1.77 Dyer 7 Doz eggs. 72 cts gloves 25 cts got goods $2.85 cts

11 Sunday WD {wind} S clear to 2 church Randall and wife with us Lynce preached Randalls to diner

12 Monday WD {wind} S clear hot cultivaed corn joe helped Tilda shirk here

13 Tuesday WD {wind} S clear hot cultivated corn joe to help Tillda here

14 Wednesday WD {wind} S clear hot cultivated corn joe to help Eagan to diner pide cow to B

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