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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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April 1877

1 Sunday [wind] S Rain at home. Neley cow sick Norms wife to tea

2 Monday [wind] NW clear gethered and boiled sap 5 tubs john to help john comenced work for a year for $72

3 Tuesday [wind] NE SE clear Boiled sap john to help

4 Wednesday [wind] SE clear To Belmont got from W Martin timothey seed 80lb for $4.00 order a pair of pants from jackson john choped. Sam legg and wife to tea. Ann sugared off 73lb.

5 Thursday [wind] NW snow gethered sap 5 tubs boiled john to help

6 Fryday [wind] NW clear gethered sap 3 tubs boiled john to help. Ann sugared off 42lb

7 Saturday [wind] NE clear boiled sap Drawed wood john to help Ann sugared off 30lb

8 Sunday [wind] E windy at home joe Alen to tea Ed Learn to diner

9 Monday [wind] NE clear getherer sap 4 tubs Boiled john to help sold peas 2 [& lb?] ten to Ravy 18 to Dunn for 75 per lb Elder Rowland to diner Ann sugerd 40 lb

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