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    • 1909, page 46

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    • 46 SOUTHERN BRANCH Evans, Eva Parowan, Utah Fife, Arthur Cedar City, Utah Fletcher, John Cannonville, Utah Granger, Walter Cedar City, Utah Hatch, Melt………………………………. Panguitch, Utah Higbee, Gwendolin Cedar...
    • 1910, page 60

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    • 60 Webster, Annette, Cedar City Utah Webster, Cathie, Cedar City Utah Wilkinson, Janie, Cedar City Utah Williamson, Clara, Paragoonah Utah Wimmer, Warren, Parowan Utah Winsor, Leon, St. George Utah Wood, Blanche, Cedar City Utah ...
    • 1910, page 61

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    • 61 LIST OF PUPILS FOR THE YEAR 1909. FIRST YEAR. Ahlstrom, Byron, Cedar City Utah Adams, Margery, Cedar City Utah Bryant, Erastus, Cedar City Utah Bulloch, Warren, Cedar City Utah Bleak, Lennie, Paragonah Utah Barron, Frank,...
    • 1901, page 20

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    • 20 SOUTHERN BRANCH. Gardner Josephine Pine Valley, Wash. Co. Gardner, Robt. Snow " Gardner, Tillie " Gregerson, Rosa Bellevue, Wash Co. Gubler, Herman, Jr Santa Clara, Wash. Co. Hanks, John...
    • 1911, page 55

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    • 55 Fletcher, John Cannonville Higbee, Gwendolin Cedar City Jones, Cora Cedar City Jones, Irene Cedar City Leigh, Webster Cedar City Lambson, Emma Circleville Schmutz, Donald New Harmony THIRD YEAR. Bleak, Blanche Paragonah...
    • Pine Valley District, reconnaissance crew

    • Pine Valley Ranger District (Washington County, Utah)
    • Reconnaissance crew on the Dixie. Ranger Woodbury in charge. Assistants, Rangers Harris, McAllister, Sorenson, Macfarlane, and Benson. Cook, F. N. Bleak, Big High-Muck, Raphael (on the white horse). Location, the Pine Valley Ranger District.
    • Page 455

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    • April 2 2 . 1982.. . A Film Company requested the use of the City Cemetery for part of their filming. Joe Melling, City Manager, informed the Council that the plans to be submitted for the ( F . A . A . ) Flight Service Center proposal must be...
    • Page 509

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    • Betenson, Leland S , 270, 296-302 . (Coun.1, 303-09 (Coun.1, 309-13 (COU". I Biederman, Fred L , 254, 258-65 . (Coun.1, 266-78 (Coun.1, 279 Biederman, Tillie, 347 Big Spring, 174, 175 Bigelow, I. Y., 271 Bigelow, Ron, 460 Bill's Grocery, 379...
    • Chapter I - To America - Page 1

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    • CHAPTER 1 he coastline of England becarne a speck in the distance as Henry Lunt stood on the old plank deck of the ship, Argo, straining to get the last view of his homeland.' It was a bleak n day i January 1850. A cold brisk breeze filled the...
    • Page 300

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    • Macfarlane, Jacob Gates, Truman O. Angell, Aiex F. Macdonald, David H. Cannon, Charles Smith, Joseph Birch, John O. Angus, Richard Bentley, Jesse N. Smith, Monis Ensign, Chnstopher J. Arthur, James G. Bleak, Archibald Sullivan, John Lytle, Ira...
    • Page 340

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    • Lunt Jr. and Francis Webster Jr., each of whom rode a horse and led another, packed. We made a fire, for it was extremely cold, and waited till 8 a.m. when they came along. The boys now took the lead and we foiiowed up, passing aiong up the...
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    • Dear Daughter Violet: Hope 1 have not kept you waiting to go to the temple. 1 send you the name of a cousin, Ann Haie. She was baptized for by your sister Eva, J a n u q 1878, the 15th. She was seaied to your Uncle Thomas, May 25, 1893, and Brother...
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    • Bentiey, Richard, St Geo. Temple, 300 Bemisel, John M., Congress Candidate, 58 Bersford, Dulland James, 4 12 Big Muddy Creek (Las Vegas), 43 Birch, Joseph, St. George Temple, 300 Birkbeck, Ella, donation to Relief Society, 278 Bukbeck, Jane,...
    • Page 39

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    • stories and laughing, they agreed to do a little betting on their teams as to how much they could pull. Dan and Atoat had several fine horses in their teams. Once the betting started, it continued most of the day. First one team was tried, then...
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    • 9 fulfill the need of the individual(s) being served. Bringle further elaborates that even if the student(s) know a better way to complete the service, the service will be in vain if it does not live up to the standards and expectations of the...
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    • No pirates no princesses 17 marketers target increasingly obese children with fat, sugar and chemical laden foods. On the other hand, clothing companies show models that are exceedingly thin and young displaying provocative clothing for nine and...
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    • 67 alignment was “very well” while twenty-five percent described state curriculum standards and school gardens as aligning “well.” The remaining thirty-three percent of schools stated that school gardens aligned “somewhat well” with...

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