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    • worked so hard riding the Pony Express so that he could save a little money for himself above the needs of the family to afford some good clothes and real shoes. Up until this time he had worn only the clothes sewn by his mother and nioccasins on...
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    • WOODBURY: My dear friends: I hardly know where to hegiri and where to end. As way indicated by the chairman, I have been more-or-less associated with Brother Lehi for at least 40 years. I came to Cedar City in '93 as a school teacher in the public...
    • Socotwa text: page 010

    • Glen Canyon (Utah and Ariz.); Rafting (Sports)--Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)
    • woman who wished additional design on the walls of her home. Down the cliff a little ways a full-fledged dig was in process - a number of potsherds and pieces of siliceous minerals used for making arrow heads were found, and Dick actually picked up...
    • Winter Course students

    • Branch Agricultural College (Cedar City, Utah); Southern Utah University -- History
    • Winter Course students 1914-1915. Photo includes: M.S. Armstrong, Joseph Armstrong, Orlando Adams, D.T. Cox, Dwight Christopherson, Elson H. Cox, C. Loyal Corry, James Cooper, Milton Clark, William H. Fowler, George W. Foster, Fernleigh Gardner,...
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    • where powder is used. Good progress was made and a hearty good feeling prevailed throughout the whole camp." '< In the camp consisting of ninety or more men, ahout thirty women and sixty children, moving in eighty-three or more wagons through an...
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    • water tank for the water line from Quitchapah. Unanimous. M r . Platt advises that t h e city build a dike across t h e Lake M r . S t a r k will do the job for $1200, o r 3000 cubic now. y a r d s at 40Q p e r cubic y a r d . The Council decided...
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    • viii Acknowledgments I am forever grateful for the guidance and support I received for this project. It was born from a class discussion in Dr. Lee Montgomery’s class and adeptly advised by him. I am appreciative for his interest in the topic and...
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    • two or more weeks. President Young finally realiied that neither war nor peace would stop the threat of federal control of Utah. The Saints accepted the Presidential proclamation of Arnnesty and agreed to exchange their promise of loyalty for the...
    • mcbooki062p036: Cove Fort (cont.)

    • Beaver County, Utah--History
    • travelers and freighters. It's beginning was somewhat different from the forts that have been mentioned before and was built for the protection of settlers that were to build communities. It was built of black volcanic rock laid in lime mortar, 100...
    • Socotwa text: page 020

    • Glen Canyon (Utah and Ariz.); Rafting (Sports)--Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)
    • to the top of the huge arch, and just before the turnoff he made a final effort which converted the undecided so that almost everyone wanted to go up. About 23 people actually made the descent onto the bridge and even more took the trip to the...
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    • to control the Church. The political success of the Liberal party at this time gave strength to its efforts to secure more adverse legislation for Utah. The Cullom Bill was proposed in pursuance of the wishes ofthe anti-Monnons. If passed, it would...
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    • tion at hand, they turned their efforts to the possibility of underground water. In 1915 the! hired a professio~mlwell driller from California by the name of Hal-ry Paine. He sct up a big steam rig and dug an 800 foot hole near the hotel location,...
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    • Three Score and Ten in Retrospect Scouting Associations Along with John's other involvements during the late 1920s and 1930s, he continued his interest in Scouting and served as a scoutmaster. He completed a "minimum course" in scoutmastership at...
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    • Thomas Jones worked with the Deseret Iron Company through this time and lost about all of his wages through the failure of the undertaking." At the industry's peak, the population of Cedar City grew to 928 inhabitants and with its abandonment, the...
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    • Thomas asked George and Oscar to help hirn on this contract and they made a good profit from this work. Thomas had acquired a fourhorse team and a wagon and was working in the freighting business when he found out about this job working for...

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