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Mon. May 13, 1901: Ther. Warm., Wea. clouded up pm I nooned at Al. Misner’s and came over to Kanab after-noon. I.H. Langston traveled with me from the Carmel creek. I put up at the Snow House. Expected to meet Abert Anderson 12) Tuesday 14:...
Sat. May 25, 1901: Ther. Pleasant., Warm afternoon. Wea. Light clouds. We branded the sheep this forenoon. Frank Fuller took 2,500 head and left 573 for me I commenced herding after dinner. Geo. Charles-Worth came out and we camped about two miles...
Fri. May 31, 1901: + Ther. Cold Blizzard., Pleasant afternoon., Wea. Partly Cloudy, I had to herd nearly all night. I herded east and south of camp today. Mr. Charles Worth returned this afternoon and went over to stay with Fuller. He is to move...
Sun. June 2, 1901: + Ther. Cold., Pleasant., Wea. Cloudy, Rain. I herded below camp again today. Frank Paxton our head foreman paid us a visit today. We had a nice shower this morning. 25) Monday 3: + Ther. Cold., Wea. Cloudy, I went and spent the...
Wed. June 26, 1901: Ther. Warmer., Wea. Partly Cloudy I herded South-west of camp today. Wm L. Crawford, Commisary Hollow, Bannock Co., Idaho. 38) Thursday 27: Ther. Warm Wea. thin clouds thicker “ I moved on over acrost Knobs Flat, that is...
The Council i n s t r u c t e d the Committee on Public Grounds a n d City Property to purchase properties immediately from Louis R . Chaffin, George Hunter, and Thomas Thorley for use of t h e City in their e n t r i e s adjacent to Cedar City....
Nov. 9, 1916.. .Indian Agent. M r . F r a n k , met with Council and advised making arrangements for a school for the Indians, also a court to give them a legal s t a t u s and a t r a c t of land with water, the title to be vested in the...
Nov. 3 , 1917 ... A committee of band members headed by Mr. Roylance met with the Council and presented a request for an appropriation of about $365 to purchase instruments to make a complete band, and agreed that the band would serve the City free...