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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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13 Fryday [wind] S clear picked aples 3 fore noon john plowed Drawed in corn after john helped Randall made cider

14 Saturday [wind] NW Rain froze huske corn john plowed finished south field

15 Sunday [wind] NW snow to George Leggs to diner to johns after noon

16 Monday [wind] SW clear Drawed in corn 6 load john to help. Ann to Gilberts for butter 58lb paid $13,50 cts to johns at night calis Ta had a girl baby

17 Tuesday [wind] W clear Drawed in corn 5 load john to help. sent Butter by stage To Wm Meritt 58lb. got socks 2 pair and pair mits for john from jackson $1.50 cts

18 Wednesday [wind] SW clear Drawed in corn 2 load finished drawe in beans made cider john to help

19 Thursday [wind] SE clear killed a pig To Belmont got a jar sent a letter for a ring john plowed Lyman got aples Ann to johns

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