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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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18 Sunday [wind] SW snow To Randalls. john home

19 Monday [wind] NW snow To spring field with oats bushel 41. got 43 cts per bushel james Learn with me john choared [old Eckwith?] here at night. Levy and Enick Smith and wives here to diner Thunder at night {names in this entry difficutl to decipher}

20 Tuesday [wind] NE clear To thew swamp. john choped. Ann to Randalls

21 Wednesday [wind] NE snow clear after To Randalls for Ann cleaned oats 12 buchel john choared

22 Thursday [wind] SW thawed To spring field with oats 57 bushel 44cts $25.00 john choared

23 Fryday [wind] W clear thawed To belmont to mill 24 bus to chop. gethered sap 2 tubs after john to help. Randall to diner and yessa Robert to work for him. let jackson have 15 lb of Butter 25cts per lb $3.75

24 Saturday [wind] NE couldy To Belmont got grist boiled sap john boiled. Elder Rowlan Olover cullver and boy and lida and Martha hill here at night pide cow had a calf

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