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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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20 Wednesday WD {wind} S clear To Belmont To mill let W jackson have 600 lb flour 2.75 cts per 100 lb $16.50 got 1 lb salt $1,10 pants 75 ha 25 Let Mcbrane have 5 doz eggs 55cts Wardes 2 bags aples $5 john spread manure

21 Thursday WD {wind} clear Drawed in corn 100 shock Dug potatoes 17 bushel john to help

22 fryday WD {wind} E cloudy at night rain {text written above} To Calvin Browns to diner to jessa Learns to tea john spread manure

23 Saturday WD {wind} E Rain Done choars john went To Mapleton after noon john Learn and wife to tea

24 Sunday WD {wind} cloudy to 2 chruch philip with me Rowlan preached philip and wife and kity to diner Randall and wife to diner

25 Monday WD {wind} S cloudy Rain at night {text written above} Dug potatoes 7 {or 9} bushel Drawed wood 41/2 cord john to help

26 Tuesday WD {wind} NW Rain hard Drawed wood 4/12 cord john to help

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