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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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18 Monday [wind] W clear cold To Belmont let jackson have flour 200lb let potts have 70lb flour john Thrashed 1/2 and choped /12

19 Tuesday [wind] W cloudy cold Killed a hog 168 lb john to help fore noon husked corn after john thrashed cut sasage meet at night 24lb

20 Wednesday [wind] E cloudy cold to Belmont got fish 1/2 lb of jackson $5.00 from Abott a clevis. husked corn after john thrashed

21 thursday [wind] SE cloudy took a load of oats to Randall john thrashed

22 Fryday [wind] NE snowed sick with a cold john thrashed Ann made cake

23 Saturday [wind] W cloudy sick with a cold john done choars. Randall and wife here at ngiht

24 Sunday [wind] NE clear at home. Randall and Ann to 2 chruch Rowlan preached his wife stayed with me they went home at night

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