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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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14 wednesday [wind] SW clear To Randalls to diner john choared and thrashed

15 Thursday [wind] W cloudy cleaned oats 41 bushel john to help hanah to diner paid john 50cts

16 Fryday [wind] NW clear fixed sples john thrashe

17 Saturday [wind] NW snow Blustery traded Bell to Tom Belmore for Nelley B. john thrashe

18 Sunday [wind] SW cloudy snowat home john at home

19 Monday [wind] NW clear cold at home john thrashed let To Bellmore have barley 8 bushel for boot [Boat?]

20 tuesday [wind] SW clear To swamp. rented Sandy Cury the swamp for 1 year for $40 and road work and taxes to be paid john thrashed

21 Wednesday [wind] S clear husked corn john thrashed

22 Thursday [wind] S clear To Randalls Sarah Anns baby born at 5 oclock Ann to Randalls at night john Thrashed choard

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