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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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6 Monday [wind] SE Rain husked corn john to help

7 tuesday [wind] SW cloudy hused corn john to help Elder Rowland calle gave him a bag of corn

8 Wednesday [wind] N Rain husked corn john plowed Randall to Diner

9 Thursday [wind] NW cloudy husked corn set peach trees 50 john plowed james Shirk paid $40 EV Learn paid $1.80 cts

10 Fryday [wind] W cloudy To Belmont for noon husked corn after john plowed got from jackson 1 coat john $4.50 1/2 lb tobacoe 25cts

11 Saturday [wind] SE cloudy husked corn john plowed

12 Sunday [wind] SE clear to john Learns to diner

13 Moncay [wind] S cloudy Took beats parsnips and potatoes john to help plowed garden Ann to Leggs and finches

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