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    • EUGENE CHRISTENSEN Biography 1889 - 1955 Eugene Christensen was born February 24, 1889, in Redmond. Utah. He married Eva Murphy August 18, 1909, in t h e Salt Lake L.D.S. Temple. After he was married, he went on an L.D. S . Mission t o t h e...
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    • Smokescreens, Lies and Deceptions: The Media and the Vietnam War. 29 local revolutions” (McNamara, 1995, p. 215, parentheses in original). “Lin’s remarks seemed to us a clear expression of the basis for the domino theory” (McNamara, 1995, p. 215)....
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    • The census that was taken in Cedar City March 27, 1860 was as foilows: L.D.S. Church members, 189. Over eight and not baptized, 17. Under eight (children), 1 18. The combied total of the inhabitants of Cedar City was 324. The men in the Church were...
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    • Grandchildren of Henry Lunt and Mary Ann Wilson (Wife No. 11) a-1) Children of Martha Henrietta Lunt (12 Nov 1858 -28 May 1932) and Lehi Willard J o n n (15 Nov 1854 -28 Ko\ 1947)mahed 13 Feb 1878 1 Thomas Willard Jones (5 Dec 1878 - 20 Fcb 1958)...
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    • Tues. Sept. 22, 1914: Ther. Hot Wea. Clear Finished mowing the little piece across the wash from the corral Wednesday 23: Ther. Clear & Pleasant Hauled in a load of corn. Jim and I went as far as Horse-Valley on our way to the Big Plain to help...
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    • Haight, Isaac C., "lsaac C. Haight Jornal," Southern Utah U~versitySpecial Coiiections Library, Cedar City, Utah. Hulet, Kent and Laurel, "Life of Henry Lunt," Printed 1970, Cedar Ciq, Utah. Jenson, Andrew, "Exploration Co. Of Lt. Col. Kmbail,...
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    • camped with the main body. On Monday the entire company moved on to Center Creek and camped at the mouth of the canyon. President George A. Smith wrote in his dairy: "I found a tract of land which pleased me, but not so with a great majority of our...
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    • Note: B.Y.U. Library, 1955: Permission to copy the material from the origmal Henry Lunt diaries was secured through the kindness of William H. Lunt of Locust Lane, Provo, Utah. The originals from whch this copy was made have been returned to the...
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    • number of men composing the settlement and performing all this work did not exceed one hundred and twenty all told, including old men, boys, and Indian servants just being tamed and initiated into the iirst rudiment of industry. Within a few...
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    • and father of the southern Utah colonies. Up until this time Henry Lunt had probably not been entirely sure of his place in the new community. Not being married and without an immediate need for a home, he had spent his time helping others on the...
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    • Jan. 6 , 1955.. .Mayor recommended that the Police Department have a set schedule made u p , and not trade shifts with each other. Also, men to have only one job, a s they can't do justice to both jobs. Seegmiller motioned to have a Councilman...
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    • land outside the City, but the Council felt that the County should look into the purchase. May 19, 1955... Wallace Osborne and Lavell Chamberlain will have charge of the Swimming Pool for the summer, and Cleo Petty will be in charge of Recreation....
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    • Nov. 1 4 , 1955.. .Special session to canvass the election held November 8. Results a s follows: ( 1 4 voting districts) City Councilmen: James Heywood Sam Gentry Grant Seegmiller Write-ins 1068 1043 1039 88 votes votes votes votes L Registered...
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    • my other cow, 'Snip,' took the bull." The weather was warming up and all the settlers were busy and happy in their new home. Peace and prosperity were in their midst. Henry wrote the following on Tuesday, April 6, 1852: Twenty-two years today since...
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    • KUMEN S. GARDNER Biography 1900 - 1983 Kumen S. Gardner was born April 21, 1900, to Royal Joseph and Chloe Snow Gardner. He was born in the family home in Grass Valley, Washington County, Utah. During his childhood y e a r s , many summers were...
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    • arrived in Cedar City on July 1st with his wife and children. While traveling, the Indians stole a cow and two calves from him and wounded two others. Since he and his family made the trip alone, Henry stated: "A very thoughtless foolish piece of...
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    • dozen large carrots and one dozen large onions." They alsc raised squash and pumpkins and an abundance of com and grain. That day, after traveling to Parowan, Henry spent the evening in counsel with George A. Smith and President J. C. L. Smith....
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    • necessary in housekeeping which we were entirely destitute of, such as pots and kettles. May the Lord reward them for their goodness. I will in retum for their kindness to me endeavor, by the help of Jehovah, to prove myself worthy of their good...

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