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    • 1914, Mar 20

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    • Fri. Mar. 20, 1914: Ther. Warm Wea. Cloudy Choring around fixing up Stables corrals etc Saturday 21: Ther. Warm Wea. Light clouds Repairing fence around the Oakcreek field
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    • March 2 1 , 1874.. . N . W . Pryor was appointed City Marshal, John C. Duncan was appointed T r e a s u r e r , a n d George P e r r y was appointed Supervisor of S t r e e t s and Water Ditches of Cedar City. March 23, 1874 . . . An ordinance was...
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    • Jan. 2 0 , 1895.. .The Mayor called the attention of the Council to the fact of there being a large bundle of old papers. bonds, deeds, receipts, e t c . On motion Councilman Fretwell. the Mayor was authorized to destroy all the worthless. Feb. 4 ,...
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    • appointed Supervisor to act under the direction of the City to supervise the tapping of the water mains. July 8 , 1 9 0 4 . . .The filling of trenches (on new water system) and completion of reservoir was urged by the Mayor a n d , on the motion of...
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    • Jan. 20, 1927.. .Gronway Parry and Kumen L. Jones of the Rotary Club, Dr. A . C. Johnson and Moroni Corry of the Chamber of Commerce present. Purpose: assisting the City in adding more water to the system. Suggested that the City take steps at once...
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    • Jan. 6 . 1944 ...The Council had a discussion on whether o r not to continue broadcasting over K . S . U . B . . promoting the City and the s u r r o u n d i n g area. The decision was made to continue. [Herschel Urie had met with t h e Council...
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    • Sept. 4 . 1 9 6 2 . . .Be it resolved by the City Council of Cedar City that Mausoleums may be permitted in areas, not otherwise restricted, in the Cemetery, provided that there be a maximum of the height of only one casket above the ground. Sept....
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    • George A. Smith--delegate to Territorial Council, and Elisha H. Groves--Representative to the Legislature. The City Council met and passed an ordinance for the prevention of fires within the Fort. A company of settlers met to make arrangements to...
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    • In humility before God, together with the rest of my fellow pioneers, I dedicate the ground just surveyed, the surrounding land, the minerals, the water, the timber and grass to the service of God in the manufacture of iron, machinery etc., that...
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    • Thunder on the mountains and the creek still rising. I looked around today to see what all the brethren in camp were doing. I found them all very busy, some ploughmg, some planting seeds, some building houses, and but three putting up fence. I just...
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    • pleasant meeting. August 23: We met Brother Parks with four yoke of oxen to render assistance to those who most needed it. We camped near to the station on Horseshoe Creek. There are some half dozen log houses erected here with an excellent corral...
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    • snow fe11 to the depth of about two feet, but soon thawed ofF, making the soil too muddy to plough, so we improved the time in labonng on public works and repainng and cleaning out the water sects in the city and fields. This week, since the...
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    • The following was taken from the writings of Joseph Fish: Brother Lunt had just amived (spring of 1888) from Utah, he having come out to avoid the prosecutions for polygamy, and we were going up to get him located for the time being. He was going...
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    • log school house. Broughton wrote:"We al1 went forth with enthusiasm at out new task of fencing land, digging stumps, building houses, making corrals etc. While George (15) and Oscar (18) were building big log houses, Tom, Edgerton and 1 were...
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    • ofthe older boys had diEerent memones of living and working at the "Spencer Ranch." Heaton remembered the following: Corrales was about 2 miles south of Pacheco. Corrales is Spanish for 'corrais.' The Mexican people named it this because, when they...

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