Standing, from left: Elizabeth Parry Brown, Eliza Macfarlane Parry. Seated, from left: Sarah Arthur Nelson, Charlotte Haight Esplin, Annabella Macfarlane Perry (granddaughter of Isaac Chauncy and Eliza Ann Haight).
Old folks party, many of these people lived in the Old Fort and moved to Cedar City in 1857, they are our real pioneers. First row: Uriah Goodfellow, John Chatterly, Timothy Adams, Evan Williams, John Adams, John Fretwell, Winnie Roche, ? Root, ?...
KATHERINE P. MACFARLANE
AFTON P. PARRY
ALICE C. KNELL
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shoo Coyote's two big hounds before they could get into his camp to bury him there with his guns, etc.
Sissix, "the renegade Ute," was banished from the Ute Tribe for murder. He then went to live with the Pavants of Corn Creek, in Millard County....
Song by the Beaver Choir.
Music by the Beaver Martial Band. Speech by Col. Douglas of Fort Cameron.
Music by the Fort Cameron Martial Band.
Song by Robert Stoney.
Music by the Beaver Brass Band.
Gun Committee, Joseph Bettensen, Robert Thimbleby and William Moyes Jr.
Finance Committee, Josiah Rogerson, William Ashworth, David McDonough, James Fennemore and Charles F. Shipp.
Floor Managers, William Ashworth, Albert Minnerly and Josiah...
building. Much of the lumber used in building up Pioche, Frisco and Newhouse was furnished by local mills, operated by local men, and delivered by team to the mines at prices ranging from $70 to $100 per thousand feet.
The only local sawmill in...
THE SCHOOLS OF BEAVER
SCHOOL HOUSE BUILT FIRST YEAR
In writing this history of the early schools of Beaver, we have interviewed the few remaining pupils of those days; have had access to a few old letters and diaries, and some short articles...
few blue-backed spelling books and McGuffey's Readers. Often there was only one book to a room, so it would be passed around from one pupil to another. Slates and slate pencils were scarce, notebooks and lead pencils were unknown. One woman who...
On March 21st she writes : "I closed my school. The pupils had made creditable improvement. The house of worship where I taught was a dread to me, so neglected and out of repair. It was, however, improved a little by the vigilance of the women of...
June 6th, 1876, Ruth Tyler went in as president of the society, with Eliza Hawkins and Ann Levi as counselors; Mary E. Shepherd Ashworth, secretary and treasurer. Donations, from three pounds of flour, one-half dozen eggs, to $20 in cash, were...
Y. L. M. I. A. Nora Morgan, president, with Amelia Dean and Ida Grimshaw as assistants; Catherine Muir, secretary.
JULY, 1947 (CENTENNIAL YEAR) Y. M. M. I. A.-Beaver Stake, Milo Baker, superintendent; assistants, Arch Hoopes, Melvin White, Orville...
lished a missionary fund and gathered grain for time of need. Board released in 1913.
Frances L. Jones, president ; Mary Farnsworth and Susan J. Murdock, counselors ; Jennie Tanner, secretary ; Jean Hales, treasurer. This board completed the...
The Church organizations came into being very early. Mrs. Eliza R. Snow came to Greenville as early as 1870 and organized the Primary, and made Mrs. Robert Edwards first president. The Mutual Improvement Association was organized in 1880, with Mary...
Thurs. April 7 Commenced breaking the road through the sagebrush: reached Cane Springs-ten miles. Friday, April 8 Traveled about five miles, camped without water. Sat., April 9, 1859 Reached the cottonwoods on the Beaver late after traveling about...
CHAPTER THIRTY-ONE DAUGHTERS OF UTAH PIONEERS PURPOSE A very note-worthy organization in the state is called "Daughters of Utah Pioneers." It is composed of women whose ancestors came to the West before the advent of the railway in 1869. The...