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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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6 fryday WD {wind} W Rain to help Ed thrash john plowed. Randall took a load of wood form Norms father and Mother here at night

7 Satruday WD {wind} hail To Belmont got l lb Tobacoe lamp chimney from jackson 65cts. john to help Ed thrash fore noon plowed after hanah and Mrs slevenson her in evening

8 Sunday WD {wind} W clear To 2 chruch Rowlan preached To Eds in evening. froze

9 Monday WD {SW clear picked aples 13 john flowed Elder Rowland to diner

10 Tuesday WD {wind} NW clear Drawed in corn 6 load john to help. Ann to john

11 Wednesday WD {wind} snow husked corn set up corn picked aples 4/12 bushel john plowed. froze

12 Thursday WD {wind} W clear set peach trees fore noon john plowed. picke aples 24 1/2 after john to help Randall took a load of wood

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