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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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25 Sunday [wind] E Rain to 2 chruch Rowland preached. O cullver and boy here. sow had [6?] pigs

26 Monday [wind] N Rain snow Ann sugard 25 lb Done choars john skined the old Black cow Cullvers went away Ann sugared of 25 lb

27 Tuesday [wind] NW clear thawed to Belmont let potts have a hide 50 lb $250. Drawed sap after 3 tubs. john to help Randall and hawkins to diner

28 Wednesday [wind] NW windy Boiled sap john to help

29 Thursday [wind] NW clear wind to Eagans mill fore noon john choared Ann sugared off 25[or 35] lb

30 Fryday [wind] SW clear thawed To Randalls fore noon worked in the Bush afterjohn to help

31 Saturday [wind] SE Rain To belmont got 2 lb tobacoe and 1 of soap from McBrone for $1.14 cts 1 for john john choped

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