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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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23 Thursday [wind] W cloudy To Lyons Dick horse was sick To Belmont got medison from Dyes .50 cts john came home paid Taxes to Mrs [putonun?] $26.04 cts

24 Fryday [wind] SW cloudy cold husked corn john to help

25 Saturday [wind] SE snow Sold joe jackson 8[,,?] hogs for $95..00 john husked corn

26 Sunday [wind] SE clear snow To 2 chruch Rowland preached. Ann a home Robert Learn here at night

27 Monday [wind] SE snow To joe jacksons got $95.00 To Randalls at night to M fulitons got well made

28 Tuesday [wind] E clear cold To philips cullvers at night

29 Wednesday [wind] NW clear cold To Alma cullvers weding To philips a night

30 Thursday [wind] NW clear cold to Nisbets cullvers to diner to David Barbers at night

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