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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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10 Saturday [wind] W clear Cleaned oats 82 bushel john to elp. Ann to Randalls

11 Sunday [wind] SW snow To Randalls Ann came home john to No 1 to church

12 Monday [wind] NE snow cold Thrashed peas john to help Randall took the cow home left the colt Elder Rowland to diner

13 Tuesday [wind] S clear Thrashed peas fore noon john to help To Randalls after lill cow had a calf

14 Wednesday [wind] S [and?] N snow Blustery Thrashed peas john to help

15 Thursday [wind] SW clear To Belmont let Dyes have egg 11 doz oats 4 bushel got for john shirting $181 cts got tea 3 /34 lbs to Randalls after john Thrashed peas choared Ann to Eds quilting spot cow had a calf

16 Fryday [wind[ NW snow cold cleaned peas 57 bushel john to help let cullver finch have oats 14 bushel $5.6ts. Mrs finch cullver and liley to tea

17 Saturday [wind] W clear finished thrashing oats john choared. Mrs DaCline and 2 children to tea

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