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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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March 1877

1 Thursday [wind] SW clear Drawed beckets to Bush taped 15 trees john washed the buckets. fthes to diner

2 Fryday [wind] S rain forenoon taped 145 trees after noon john to help

3 Saturday [wind] SW cloudy snow worked in bush taped 47 trees fix boiling place and gethered 2 tubs of sap john to help. frank haw kins fetched dick horse home from Randalls

4 Sunday [wind] NW cold at home

5 Monday [wind] NW cold Boiled sap john to help old Black cow down

6 Tuesday [wind] SW snow Thrashed oats with the horses john to help. Ann sugared off 22lb. Randall to diner. Midge cow h had a calf

7 Wednesday [wind] SE clear cold Thrashed oats john to help

8 Thursday [wind] SE Rain Threshed oats john to help

9Fryday [wind] NW cold snow Blustery To Belmont for Dr wilson Ann to Randalls john choared

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