ALBERT N. TOLLERSTRUP,
Student of Violin with Prof. Fogelberg, B. Y. A., 1885-6; Piano, Harmony and Theory with Karl Fischer, Hamburg, Germany, 1888-9; Harmony with Prof. McQuaide, 1890; Principal Morgan Stake Academy, 1890-93; In...
ALBERT N. TOLLESTRUP,
Music, Conductor Band and Orchestra.
Student of Violin with Prof. Fogelberg, B. Y. A., 1885-6; Piano, Harmony and Theory with Karl Fischer, Hamburg, Germany, 1888-9; Harmony with Prof. McQuaide, 1890; Principal...
Department Weber Stake Academy 1893-6; Prin. Gunnison Seminary 1896; Prin. Gunnison Public Schools 1897 to 1903; Prin. Fountain Green Public Schools 1903-4 Present position since 1904.
*Principal Santa Clara...
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ALBERT N. TOLLESTRUP,
Student of Violin with Prof. Fogelberg B. Y. A. 1885-6; Piano, harmony and theory with Karl Fischer, Hamburg, Germany, 1888-9; Harmony with Prof. McQuaide 1890; Principal Morgan Stake Academy...
A. J. Wilson, J. Harris, C. Willden, Joseph Armstrong, D. D. Reese, J. Tattersall, H. Tattersall, Thomas Richards, D. C. Adams, W. Holgate and W. Hall.
The Adamsville townsite was surveyed in 1867, and named Adamsville after its founder, David...
ALBERT E. ADAMS, JR.
and Edward Tolton, Beaver Districts 1 and 2 ; Charles Burke, Minersville, including Lincoln District ; Isaac Grundy, Star District; David Reese, Adamsville and Granite District; Robert Easton, Greenville District.
In 1876, at a special meeting of...
Beaver Adz was popular among the Indians and was considered the best shot with bow and arrow, in the tribe. Pahshaunts was also an expert shot. "Mike" Powers, owner of the Star Saloon, in Beaver, asked Pahshaunts to come with his bow and arrow and...
Beaver tribe. Some of the tribe were in good standing with Beaver Adz and his father who had some influence. (Adz means bow and arrow.)
Beaver Adz was a good-looking Indian, when young, and often worked for the "Whites," before he was injured at...
by out-of-town people, who came to hear the choir and other vocal and musical selections rendered, and they were never disappointed. They also had a dramatic club, and during winter months would put on many fine plays, sometimes taking them to...
DELMA JEAN WEBB
ROBERT E. WARNOCK
CHAPTER THIRTEEN GREENVILLE-ITS FOUNDING AND HISTORY SETTLED IN 1860 Greenville, a small town located some five miles southwest of Beaver, was settled in 1860 by a group of people from Parowan and Cedar City. As early as 1857, however, these...
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT APPOINTED
The Territorial Legislature of 1855 had passed law placing the schools under the direct control of the county court. This court was to appoint "three competent men to determine the qualifications of teacher, an all...
David Miller, July 26, 1880-1886. William Edwards, June 23, 1886-1887. Post office discontinued. Re-established April 24, 1888, with William Edwards again acting. Jess Barton, October 19, 1920. Following Mr. Barton were: Mrs. Hazle Barton,...
Huntington, John Stanley; Hutchings, Arden B.; Hutchings, Bay R.; Hutchings, Clark W.; Hutchings, David James; Hutchings, Donald B.; Hutchings, Douglas Dean; Hutchings, Kenneth Gillies; Hutchings, Leon G.; Johnson, Warren Baldwin; Jones,...
In 1865, the Court ordered that Greenville be an Election Precinct, also to be known as School District No. 2, hereafter Beaver to be known as District No. 1, Minersville District No. 3. In 1866, an act of the Legislature of the Territory of Utah,...
made butter for many years, were Sarah Nowers, Mary Low, Mrs. W. P. Smith, Amelia Smith, Mrs. Ann Levi, Sophia Dean, and others. Mrs. William Dean churned and supplied the officers at Fort Cameron with butter while they were stationed there.
on the east bank of Dry Creek. Other members to head this Society were: second president, Mary Davis; third president, Margaret Adams. In 1893, Jane Barton was made president, with Mary Morris, and Mary A. Miller as counselors. This groupp served...