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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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Decmber 1876

1 Fryday [wind] NW clear cold came home Diner to Randalls

2 Saturday [wind] N clear cold Done choars john choared took the sox to Baleys{drawing appears to represent a crossing}

3 Sunday [wind] NW clear at home

4 Monday [wind] NE clear husked corn. john choped comenced to feed the horses cut feed

5 Tuesday [wind] NE clear To Belmont to mill got from jackson 2 lb tobacoe and grocerys took note from c.y hoocer for $34 to be paid in 14 days. john choped

6 Wednesday [wind] SW clear To Belmont got grist got from Abbott wedge at 50 got from jackson tick $1.50 got from potts goods 75cts john choped wood

7 Thursday [wind] W snow husked corn john choped

8 Fryday [wind] W clear cold put corn in crib fore noon john to help fixed crib after john choped. EV Learn and wife here in evening

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