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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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25 Tuesday WD {wind} W clear Drawed Barley finished Drawed 3 load of wheat

26 Wednesday WD {wind} S clear Drawed in wheat joe to help

27 Thursday WD {wind} SE clear Rain at night Drawed whet fore noon finished. picked cheryes after joe mewed{?} fence

28 fryday WD {wind} W clear to john Learns ground the reaper knives to Belmont after tea got Bread joe {manued fend?}

29 Saturday WD {wind} E clear put up hay. went to Belmont got cheese money $38.00 paid Dyed $26.71cts joe to help john Elder Rowland here at night

30 Sunday WD {wind} E clear to 2 chruch Rowland preached To W Barrs To Diner. boy born 29th

31 Monday WD {wind} E clear got Mashine here to thrash Rodgers set

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