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    • Page 157

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    • 1. There was not adequate funds and financing for such an extensive project. 2. There were many time-consunling law suits involvillg water rights. Moreover, "the general Land Office made an adverse report on the New Castle Reclamation Co. in the...
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    • 1. William E. Barren, The Resrored Church, (Salt Lake City, Utah: Deseret Book Company, 1969) Page 32 2 . Ibid.. Page 322. 3. Donald R. Mooman, Camp Floyd and The Mormons, (Salt Lake City, Utah: University of Utah Press), Page 18. 4. William E....
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    • 1. William E. Berrett, The Restored Church, (Salt Lake City, Utah: Deseret Book Company, 1969) p. 252. 2. Milton R. Hunter, The Founding of Utah, (1922). p 270. 3. Matthlas F. Cowley, Wilford WoodrujJ (Salt Lake City, Utah: Bookcraft, 1964). 4....
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    • 30 success than independent learning. AHS would better serve their student population by organizing more cooperative learning groups with school-wide structure. The four hour a day structure was beneficial for a large number of alternative...
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    • 363; illus., 369, leftfor Mexico again, 378; 1892 conference, 38 1;to Cedar City, 405; letter to children, 414; 432, death, 433; headstone,493 Lunt, Etta, wife of Thomas, 447; illus., 452 Lunt, Evelinepenry's niece, 336 Lunt, Florence, bom 269;...
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    • across the creek opposite the residence of D . S . Macfarlane. After consultation, the petition of Cannon and Taylor was granted. Property deeded. (valued a t $500 but given a t $50, with the option that the property would revert back to the City...
    • Chapter VIII - Adobe Home - Page 107

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    • ADOBE HOME 1853 t has been twelve months this day since 1first carne down to this place with eleven wagons for to comrnence a settlement. It was then a wild desert, but is now a fiuitful field. The work that has :en accomplished at this place for...
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    • and a very important one it is, as every teacher who has tned it must confess. Our choir, under the patronage and encouragement of our leaders, still improves. They gave a concert during the winter which was very satisfactory. Our city fathers have...
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    • and father of the southern Utah colonies. Up until this time Henry Lunt had probably not been entirely sure of his place in the new community. Not being married and without an immediate need for a home, he had spent his time helping others on the...
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    • arrived in Cedar City on July 1st with his wife and children. While traveling, the Indians stole a cow and two calves from him and wounded two others. Since he and his family made the trip alone, Henry stated: "A very thoughtless foolish piece of...
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    • atmosphere of fear in which reason was the first casualty. Pratt represented the best of the intellectual tradition of the temtory, and the account of his death was not forgotten in the excitement of the impending federal invasion. He was among the...
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    • Book of Mormon i the 'Telestial Room,' and add the n covenants to it in the 'Terrestnal Roorn.' Wiiford Woodmff spent the day of January 16 in the Temple giving "second annointings." Henry Lunt, being a Bishop, Stake President and Stake Patriarch,...
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    • Cedar City Commercial Club (Chamber of C o m m c r r ~ l186, 234 Crdar City Council 97, 142, 163 Cedar City Creamery Cu. 232 Cpdar City Light and Power Co. 163, 164, 168, 172 Cedar City Mercantile Store 183, 184, 185, 201 Cedar City Rotary Club 144...
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    • Cedar City Police Force, 46, 362 Cedar City PoDulation, 468 (i8801, (also refer to Cedar City Census) Cedar City Power Board, Task Force, etc., (refer to Power Board, Power Task Force, etc.) Cedar City Publlc Library, 331. 339, 348, (also refer to...
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    • Chamberlain and their wives and families. They had built a good fort enclosure and had about sixty acres of land under cultivation. The Cedar brethren occupied the time in church meeting the next morning and got on their way. As there was a thunder...
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    • decision had been made yet to settle Cottonwood Valley (Cedar City). On Monday, February 3, while Smith was plowing and sowing wheat, Ammon, the brother of Chief Walker, assisted him in this task and expressed the desire to farm and live like the...
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    • Dixie, Utah's, 229 Dog Valley, 3 1 Done, Catherine, 3 Dry Creek, 24,32 Dnimmond, Judge, 199 Dunbar, William C., 182 D u n a Chapman, stockholder in Mining District, 289 Duncan, Homer, Vice President of Iron Works, 28 1 Duncan, John C., stockholder...
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    • dozen large carrots and one dozen large onions." They alsc raised squash and pumpkins and an abundance of com and grain. That day, after traveling to Parowan, Henry spent the evening in counsel with George A. Smith and President J. C. L. Smith....
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    • El Paso, 482; illus., 490; goes back to Mexico, 483; death, 492; headstone, 493 Lunt, Seth, born, 478 Lunt, Sylvan, 485 Lunt, Thomas, brother, 3; invest in gold mine, 4; account of 185-6 Lunt, Thomas Amos, mote history of Ann Gower, 247; born, 308;...

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