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    • O n Lehi's eighty-sixth hirthday Nov. 15, 1940 an article appeared in the Salt Lake Tribune entitled "Scores Honor Pioneer of Southern Utah," the opening paragraph stated that: Lehi W. Jones Looks Back on Long and Active Career -Cedar City - Lehi...
    • Bibliography - Page 501

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    • BIBLIOGRAPHY PUBLISHED MATERIALS Amngton, Leonard J., Great Basin Kingdom, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1966. Ashton, Clifford R., Seeds ofpromise, 1983. Berreq William E., The Restored Church, Deseret Book Company, Salt Lake...
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    • Lamboume, m The Pioneer Trail, The Deseret News Publishing Company, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1913. Larson, Karl, Erosrus Snow, University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1971. Lee, John D., Joumal o/ The Iron Counfy Mission, Edited by Gustav O....
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    • headquarters was i the Church Tithing Oflice located on Main Street. n After a short time the telegraph office was moved into the parlor of the Hemy Lunt home on Lincoln Avenue and First East which was known as the Lunt Hotel and Stage Stop....
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    • JOHN MOUNT HIGBEE Biography 1827 - 1904 John Mount Higbee began his life, May 6 , 1827, on a 25acre farm in Palestine, Ohio. He was baptized into t h e L.D.S. Church July 1 2 . 1835, b y Isaac Falls a t Shadcreek, Clay County, on the b a n k s of...
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    • felt that strongly because he showed it in his own life by helping his fellow men. Now, such a religion as I have pictured, Brother Jones felt within him. 'This religion not only recognizes the human personality as divine, hut as eternal. Not only...
    • Epilogue - Page 247

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    • Epilogue Sometimes, in the colonizing and building up of the West, the obstacles seemed virtually imponihle, and almost too overwhelming to conquer; but nothing was really unconquerable for the pioneers and the huilders of the western communities....
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    • 1. Albert Winkler, "The Ute Mode of War in the Conilict of 1865-68, Urah Historical Quarrerly, (1 992), p. 301. 2. Utah State Archives #1520, Salt Lake City, Utah 3. Albert Winkler, op.cit., p. 309. 4. Erastus Snow, Erastus Snow Joumal,, Chapter...
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    • Jan. 22, 1942 ...John S. Woodbury. L. A . Burascano and Rulon Knell met with the Council concerning the right-of-way for an Avenue between Main Street and 1st East Street. They held that the safety of the community was a t stake because of the fire...
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    • ROBERT W . HEYBORNE Biography 1845 - 1907 Robert W . Heyborne was born in Killkenny. Ireland, in 1845. When he was very young his parents took him with them to Australia where his father died, leaving his mother with six children to raise. They...
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    • DR. L. V . BROADBENT Biography 1905 - L . Verl Broadbent was born in 1 9 0 5 , in Heber, Utah. a member of a very large and distinguished family. He was double cousin to many Broadbent children through mothers who were sisters and fathers who were...
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    • 1. Deseret News, March 1877, Salt Lake City, Utah, No. 26: 142. 2. "CedarWardMinutes,"July 22,1877, L.D.S. Vol. 1. CR-1514-11, L.D.S. Histo~y Library, Salt Lake Ciiy, Utah. 3. Joseph Fish, "The Life and Times of Joseph Fish," S.U.U. Special...
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    • Thomas Edgerton Ann Jackson Son of Annie Age 2 Age 1 Son of Sarah Ann Servant, boarder from England The Census, taken on June 4 indicates the following people lived in the household at 100 West on Emigration Street where Henry Lunt's oldest two...
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    • the principal rnining camps in the southern part of the Temtoiy, are almost at a standstiil, which creates somewhat of a money panic amongst us. Grain is unusualiy cheap; wheat, one dollar ten cents per 100 lbs; flour, from two dollars to two...
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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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    • had eluded him and his men on the first trip. He made many topographic and geological sumeys of much of the Colorado River Basin.' Major Powell stayed at the Lunt Hotel when passing through Cedar City, while making these explorations. On sevcral...
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    • for Monday, but some of the property owners decided to p u t the sewer in before the oiling was done. The road oiling was postponed until later this summer. The Council discussed the disposal of the sewage water. Something has to be done soon. The...
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    • and has made slaves of our mothers and daughters. I have long had it in my mind to organize the young ladies of Zion into an association. There is need of our daughters getting a living testimony of the truth.' Then he said, 'We are about to...

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