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    • 1898, cash account 8

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    • XCash Account. XMay. Your offers and your coffers Have almost gained my heart And there shall be a wedding Before you and I shall part Now this couple is married And living in New Spain God grant them peace and plenty Till they return...
    • 1898, cash account 7

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    • XCash Account. XMay. It’s like a faithful servent On you I will wait And Ill fear no manner of danger let the storm be eer so greate You waist is slim and slender Your fingers long and small I’m afraid my dearest Polly You wont come at...
    • 1898, cash account 10

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    • XCash Account. XJune. Became my mother I married her mother Now who in the world’s to blame. My Father in now my step-son, My Father is my son-in-law For he married my daughter Though he had’nt ought to She was his grand daughter in law. My...
    • 1898, cash account 9

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    • XCash Account. XJune. A Terrible Marriage. An Old man gazed on a document Given him by a census taker, His nephew then asked him the reason why He cryed all over the paper, Come listen, he said and I’ll tell to you A story tha’ts strang...
    • 1898, cash account 12

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    • XCash Account. XJuly. Uncle Tom’s Cabin, 1 They sold me down the river And I must parded be From all that I love dearly And all that’s dear to me Chorus Fare-well my peaceful cabin Beside the old oak tree Fare-well my wife and children...
    • 1898, cash account 11

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    • XCash Account. XJuly. My wife is my fathers mother-in-law My father is the son of his son, Now I’m in a fix for I am terribly mixed If I aint I’m a son of a gun. Jan. 1898 As sung by R.M. Rogers. William Louis Crawford, Oakcreek, Washington...
    • 1898, cash account 14

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    • XCash Account. XAugust. July 19-99 Fallen Leaf. 1 Far acrost the rolling prairie, There in noble forest life, Dwelt the fairest indian maiden Ever seen by mortal eye. She had eyes more like the sun beams Daughter of the warior chief. Come to...
    • 1898, cash account 13

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    • XCash Account. XAugust. 5 Oh I must cease my moaning My troubles meekly bear For there is one above us, That listens to our prayer. Chorus. 6 And on the day of reckoning When time shall be no more, He’ll take us up to glory, To...
    • 1898, cash account 5

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    • XCash Account. XApril. Dec. 7th A Song, as sung by Wm R. Crawford 1. It T’was on last monday morning As we to Lisbond bound The hills and dales were garnished With pretty girls all round It was on last monday morning The wind it blew from...
    • 1898, cash account 6

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    • XCash Account. XApril. 2. Full fifteen weeks and better, I’ve been in love with thee So stay at home sweet William Be kind and marry me So stay at home sweet Wm And from me do not go To leave me here behind you, In sorrow grief and...
    • A beginning explanation

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    • WILLIAM LOUIS CRAWFORD DIARY Explanation William Louis Crawford was born on July 15, 1873, to William Robinson and Carnelia Gifford Crawford, in Rockville, Kane County, Utah. When he was six years old the family moved to Oak Creek in...
    • A beginning explanation

    • Crawford, William Louis, 1873-1935; Parks -- Utah -- History; Zion National Park (Utah) -- History; Springdale (Utah) -- History; Rockville (Utah) -- History
    • WILLIAM LOUIS CRAWFORD DIARY Explanation William Louis Crawford was born on July 15, 1873, to William Robinson and Carnelia Gifford Crawford, in Rockville, Kane County, Utah. When he was six years old the family moved to Oak Creek in Zion...
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    • were wearing the clothing of the murdered men. These Indians would not talk, except to say that they did not kill the white men. Thinking the Indians were lying, the Militia men killed them and left them in the snow. Years later, when the truth...
    • 1898, Sep 28

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    • Wed. Sept. 28, 1898: Ther. cool.,º Wea. windy We had to double up about half of the hill, the road was so rough. we nooned a while in the mouth of Clear Creek. camped about 3 miles east of Joe town at Mr. Parker’s place. Thursday 29: Ther....
    • 1898, Sep 14

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    • Wed. Sept. 14, 1898: Ther. warmº,. Wea. clear. we came over to the wash and watered and grained our teams while we ate breakfast. we stopped for noon on the Big Plain. I got home just at dark. Thursday 15: Ther. 1 pm. 81º., Wea. clear. I...
    • 1898, Oct 26

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    • Wed. Oct. 26, 1898: Ther. warm Wea. thin clouds thrashed out a few beans with the flail. Thursday 27: Ther. warm., Wea. thin clouds We run the molasses mill today we made somewhere near 50 gallons of molasses.
    • 1898, Oct 12

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    • Wed. Oct. 12, 1898: Ther. cool Wea. clouds We left Sterling about 9 am stoped a while at Mayfield nooned a Willow Creek. loaded up a ton of rock salt at salina and got to aurora about 10 pm. Thursday 13: Ther. warm Wea. clear started out about...
    • 1898, Nov 9

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    • Wed. Nov. 9, 1898: Ther. cold, Wea. clouds afternoon. We got a late start S. Larson went with us. we nooned on the north side of the Big Plain. and camped at the N. side of Short Creek. Thursday 10: Ther. cold. Wea. N. wind, light clouds- we...
    • 1898, Nov 23

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    • Wed. Nov. 23, 1898: Ther. warmer., Wea. clear. clouded up about noon. I helped Uncle Criss load a load of hay and chored around a little. Thursday 24: Ther. cold, Wea. north wind, squally pm. Father and I started to the ranch 9-15 am. Dan came...

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