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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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29 Thrusday WD {wind} S clear To Lyons got the horses shod 8 shoes to Denises paid $1.00 sowed Millet for Randall joe cut Thristles. sold joe the pony colt for $26.00

30 fryday WD {wind} W clear To Walter Browns for strawberyes got 10 quarts Randalls with us joe cut thistles

July 1876

1 Saturday WD {wind} S Rain Done choars plowed in orchrd joe haleped

2 Sunday WD {wind} clear at home jesa Learn and wife here at night

3 Monday WD {wind} W clear To Belmont to Mill 26 bushel to chop let Dyer have 11 doz eggs got $1.00 sugar and Rope 70 cts fetched lumber 85 {ofet?} joe cut Thistles

4 Tuesday WD {wind} S Rain Done choars joe helped

5 Wednesday WD {wind} W Rain sold J Hoover a cow for $28. To be paid in four month. Ann sick joe spaded garden

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