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    • 1898, memoranda 7

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    • Memoranda: threshed wheat at home Aug 23rd, 24th & 25th Big Meadows Aug 31st Sept. 1st & 2nd Little Meadows Sept. 4th 5th & 6th Sowed wheat at home Feb 28th & Mar. 1st Big Meadows Mar 31st. Little Meadows April 7th & 9th harvested at home....
    • 1898, cash account 3

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    • Cash Account. March.: Date. 29 from J. Winder flour 50 lbs. Received. 1.50 harvested July 29th & 30th Aug. 15th Diagram of the wheat patch on Big Meadows March 31st 1898 plowed last fall oct 97. Mar. 31-98 harrowed in on plowed ground ...
    • 1899, Jul 6

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    • Thurs. July 6, 1899: Ther. 72º., 100º., Wea. windy, clear. Watered corn below point. harvested some more wheat Friday 7: Ther. 66º., 103º., Wea. clear. We hoed and plowed out a little corn and some cut wheat in evening Saturday 8: Ther....
    • 1899, Jul 12

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    • Wed. July 12, 1899: Ther. 77º., 100º., Wea. partly cloudy. clouded up and began thundering and sprinkling about 10 pm. We harvested a little wheat hauled some hay from acrost the river. Thursday 13: Ther. 70º., 94º., Wea. a light rain after...
    • 1900, Jul 3

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    • Tues. July 3, 1900: Ther. 64., 88., Wea. am Clear. pm thin clouds. Hoed corn & cut wheat. spent most of the night serenading. Went as far as Northrup. Wednesday 4: 5-13 5-13 pm. Ther. 66 Warm., Wea. Clear. Celebrated the 124th anniversery of the...
    • 1900, Jul 6

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    • Fri. July 6, 1900: Ther. 69., 97., Wea. Clear. Finished hoeing the corn and cutting the wheat below the point. Saturday 7: Ther. 72., 100., Wea. Clear Harvested wheat W.L. Johnson helped us. Sunday 8: Ther. 72., 98., Wea. Clear I went to School...
    • Diary, 1898 Summary

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    • SUMMARY OF YEAR 1898 Following the last daily entry, Dec. 31, 1898, there are many pages of miscellaneous information. There are two pages of index wherein he lists mostly dates of leaving home, leaving the ranch, returning home, etc. He even...
    • Diary, 1898 Summary

    • Crawford, William Louis, 1873-1935; Parks -- Utah -- History; Rockville (Utah) -- History; Springdale (Utah) -- History; Zion National Park (Utah) -- History;
    • SUMMARY OF YEAR 1898 Following the last daily entry, Dec. 31, 1898, there are many pages of miscellaneous information. There are two pages of index wherein he lists mostly dates of leaving home, leaving the ranch, returning home, etc. He even kept...
    • 1904, Sep 24

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    • Sat. Sept. 24, 1904: Ther. Warm., Wea. thin clds. Harvested the corn below the garden. By request of his father I baptized Squire Crawford this evening. 34) Sunday 25: Ther. Cool Wea. Rain Staid home on account of rain. Monday 26: Ther....
    • Page 64

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    • In humility before God, together with the rest of my fellow pioneers, I dedicate the ground just surveyed, the surrounding land, the minerals, the water, the timber and grass to the service of God in the manufacture of iron, machinery etc., that...
    • Page 101

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    • the Indian himself at sundown. We told him, through the boy, a great many things about who their fathers were. The Indians worked with the settlers. August 13, 1852: Labored for the Iron Works hauhg loads of adobes, one load of fire clay and one...
    • Page 104

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    • iron to almost any amount could soon be manufactured. The machinery is of the best kind and works well and would do for a much larger fbmace than what is up. In haste, I am yours, Henry Lunt. The settlers harvested many loads of grass hay from the...
    • Page 294

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    • at Mount Trumbull, and we are compelled to cany the hay 150 miles to support the cattle that fknish the mills with logs--and grain has to be hauled much further. About 100 men are at work in the quarry. The scarcity of money to meet the demands for...
    • Page 365

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    • impossibity to supply the camp by such a slow and labonous process. The following account of their anival in Mexico is from Broughton's histoiy: We finally reached Deming, New Mexico, a railroad town [40 miles from the Mexican border]. There we...
    • Page 395

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    • probably drove the cows aiong with them. Heaton commented that "the eight miles seerned like 800 on that old rough wagon going up that canyon." Sarah and her children were constantly on the lookout for Indians in view of what had happened to the...
    • Page 114

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    • That wintcr Lchi, who was 36 year old, and Dave Bulloch's son, Rolxrt Will, who was 14 or 15 years old, stayed with the herd and lived in a tent on the Mesa. Their main sustenance was bread and molasses. For some time after Lehi and Dave Bulloch...

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