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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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August 1876

1 Tuesday WD {wind} E clear thrashed wheat 128 bushel Barley 100 bushel had to help j Beley S legg E Learn C Stewart j Mckelon D Mckelon E and p Learn joe Alen. Rodgers to thrash W and E and sine Dews paid them $8..00

2 Wednesday WD {wind} SE clear cut peas joe to hlep Lynce and wife to diner and tea. Randalls called

3 Thursday WD {wind} SE clear cut peas joe to help Ann went to Barrs after tea

4 fryday WD {wind} W clear hot cut peas fninshed joe to help. cut and bound oats 1 acre Rain at night

5 Saturday WD {wind} S clear cut oats fore noon joe Bound. To Lyons after got horses shod 7 shoes To Denises paid 90. cts Randall and wife here at night

6 Sunday WD {wind} S clear to 2 church Lyon preached Randalls with us

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