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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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9 Saturrday [wind] NW snow very blus Done choars john choared

10 Sunday [wind] SE cloudy snow coldat home john Learn and wife to Diner. Randall took his cutter home

11 Monday [wind] SE cloudy Done choars put colt in Ann was sick. john hosked corn. a tramp joe grag{ink smudging end of word} here at noght

12 Tuesday [wind] S cloudy thawed husked corn. john thrashed oats

13 Wednesday [wind] S cloudy husked corn john choped

14 Thursday [wind] SW clear Done choars john choped Randall to diner. Mothers here at night George Learn here from Bisty

15 Fryday [wind] W cloudy cold To Belmont to mill got meal 35 lb sent for free press $1.60cts john choped

16 Saturday [wind] W snow Blustey cold faced mitons john thrashed

17 Sunday [wind] NE snow at home George Learn here at night Bisty

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