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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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29 Tuesday WD {wind} NE clear To Newsarum to church horn preached joe drawed manure comenced to cut corn 30 {text above}

30 Wednesday WD {wind} S ofnain a swer clear To help Sam Legg thrash joe Drawed manure 9

31 Thursday WD {wind} S clear hot cut corn 101 shock joe Drawed manure 10 load

September 1876

1 frysday WD {wind} NW Rain cut corn 69 shock joe drawed manure

2 Saturday WD {wind} clear cut corn 100 chock joe Drawed manure sow had 5 pigs

3 Sunday WD {wind} clear To New sarum To church Tomkins preached To Lymans for diner

$ Mondy WD {W clear cut corn 81 shock joe drawed manure Lyman and wife here To tea john Eck with come to work. joe went away paid him in full $60.35cts

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