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    • 1901, addresses 8

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    • Addresses.: Wm Hill, Fremont Co., Rexburg, Idaho. Daniel P. Thomas Bloomington, Idaho. John Selley 851 851 West 1st N. 153 E. 7 south Salt Lake, Utah. Cornelius Richardson perhaps moved to Snake river Ido. Plain City or Ogden Utah. Z.T....
    • 1904, memoranda 4

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    • Memoranda: Tennessee Pass, Colo. 283 mi. from Denver. Altitude of Tennessee Pass near Leadville Colorado 10,433 feet. Summit of Sierra Nevada Mountains where the Rail Road crosses west of Truckee 7,017 feet Distance from Ogden 638 miles. ...
    • 1914, bills payable 1

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    • XBills Payable. February.: Date. Name. Dolls. Cts. Feb 10-1914 checks sent to Bank L.& L. Garner Sugar City 14.55 No. 120 John A. Garner Rexburg 16.25 no number John E. Pincock 31.75 Sugar City Idaho No. 6001 Mar 9th. 1914. Z.O. Thueson...
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    • CEDAR CITY: THE BUILDING OF A COMMUNITY ( D r . Arrington, L.D. S. Church Historian, delivered the following address at Cedar City, Utah during the 125th anniversary celebration, November, 1976.) The rich historical legacy left by Cedar City's...
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    • apostles saw i t , was not so much the smelting of iron, vital though this was to the pioneer economy, b u t , more importantly, the building of a harmonious and unified community here on the borders of civilization. This was to be done in spite of...
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    • Five County Association of Governments, 429, 430 Flag, 480 Flake, William, 495 Flmnigan, William, 311 Flight Service Center, 451 Flood Control Program, 369 Flood Control System, 394 (dike), 439 Flood damage, 368, 403, 434 Forbes, Ray, 238, 254...
    • Table of Contents - Page v

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    • TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER I CHAPTER I1 To America.............................................Page 1 Iron Missio age 19 1 CHAPTER 1 1 CHAPTER IV CHAPTER V CHAPTER VI CHAPTER VII Fort Louisa ............................................. Page 35...
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    • maintained the records. He regarded it as routine to take readings on the stars late at night, sometimes standing waist-deep in snow. His maps were used by thousands of immigrants on their travels to Oregon and California. Fremont's report...
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    • For&unately, only one mule was Med, but it took a full day to recover the baggage. The crossing of the east fork of the Colorado River was attended with much difficulty and more danger. Steadily the expedition's food supply dwindled and couldn't be...
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    • Tenitory of Utah will come, it being only about four hundred and fifty miles &om San Diego on the Pacific coast, a distance frequently traveled in ten days. I renewed my acquaintance with the President, Henry Lunt, with much pleasure, and I...
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    • hun back to camp on the end of the rope. Instead of telling the soldiers to shoot him, this time 1just pulled out my pistol, without saying anything, and dropped the steer for them to take care of They came running up and said, 'Why did you shoot...
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    • Constitution, M o m n s stay loyal to, 242; ship, 180 Cook, David, 114 CO-opand Livestock Company, 288 Cmperafive Mercande institution, 279, 303 Cooperative Sheep Association, 296 Cooperative Sheep Herd, 305 Cooperative Steam Sawmill, 305 cope,...
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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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    • & EUen, 175; wife visits, 202; came to Cedar City, 228; 1865 visits Cedar, 254; letter from Henry, 259; presides at conference, 269; makes Henry a pamarch, 290, trip with B. Young, 293; death, 301 Smith, Jesse N. , 278; County Clerk, 287; S....
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    • center then became a farmyard or cattle corral. The water of Coal Creek flowed undcr the wall and through the north side of the enclosure and was utilized for a grist n~ill and other industries. Another field was surveyed and clcared dose by;...
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    • Enorh, Utah 91, 1I8 Escalante Desert 78. 118. 146. 119. 157 .. Escalante, Father 79, 81 Escalante Mountain 98 Escalante Oil & Dev. Co. 232 Escalante Project 159, 160 Escalante. Utah 77, 78, 99 Esplin, Charler 179 Evan, Ahel6 Evans, Dave 30 Eutaw...

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