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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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13 Saturday [wind] W clear cold at home john thrashed oats and choared

14 Sunday [wind] SE clear To 2 church Mconel preached to W Barss to diner john done the choars

15 Monday [wind] NE snow To Belmont with Randall to get frank hawkins David Brown here at night. cleaned oats 28 john choared thrashed

16 Tuesday [wind] W clear To Belmont with G Legg got 1 lb tobacoe from jackson Geroge less annd wife to diner geroge Learn and wife to tea. D brown here. john thrashed oats and choared

17 Wednesday [wind] W clear at home W Barr and wife Levy Smth and wife Cornell and wife a child here to diner D Brown went away john Thrashed oats

18 Thursday [wind] SW cloudy To st Thomas to fathers Birthday party he was 80 years old john done coars

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