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    • 1901, Sep 26

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    • Thurs. Sept. 26, 1901: + Ther. Warm., Wea. Wind, Thin Clouds, Herded along the side hill next to the creek and watered the sheep again today. 92) Friday 27: ++ Ther. Pleasant., Wea. Breeze, Clear, I herded in the first canyon east of camp Wm L....
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    • Chapter 1 Introduction Disruptive student behavior in the classroom setting is a major area of concern in the field of education. Disruptive classroom behavior inhibits student learning and reduces cognitive engagement time by interrupting teacher...
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    • Smokescreens, Lies and Deceptions: The Media and the Vietnam War. 28 All the presidential administrations from Truman to Nixon were highly concerned about suppressing communist expansion. President Nixon (1980) referred to both Vietnam and Korea as...
    • 1901, Sep 28

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    • Sat. Sept. 28, 1901: Ther. Warmer., Wea. Clear, Watered this morning then herded on the hills south of the creek and near camp. John returned this evening. James Stansworth camped close to us tonight. he is going to Panguitch with fruit. 92) ...
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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...
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    • camps was the product of many small farms and dairies combined. Few families had enough surplus to justify a trip on their own. In 1870. Iron Ciounty had 264 farms, most of them composed of less than 10 acres. Consequently, shipping to the mines...
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    • Smokescreens, Lies and Deceptions: The Media and the Vietnam War. 29 local revolutions” (McNamara, 1995, p. 215, parentheses in original). “Lin’s remarks seemed to us a clear expression of the basis for the domino theory” (McNamara, 1995, p. 215)....
    • 1901, Sep 30

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    • Mon. Sept. 30, 1901: Ther. Pleasant., Wea. Windy, south Clear, One of John L’s horses left him yesterday so he went to town after it and did’nt get back till today. We moved around a little north-east of the peak to camp Number 94. Father, Mother...
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    • made a motion that we have a committee of three to ascertain where land is to be obtained that can be used to put some of the high water on. Carried unanimously. On motion of J . R . Chaffin that we have an expression of those who want land and...
    • 1901, Oct 2

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    • Wed. Oct. 2, 1901: Ther. Cool., Wea. Windy Partly Cloudy, Threatening, moved a little north-West, a little north of where the sheep camped last night. William Louis Crawford, one half mile north west of Iron Peak Between Little Creek & Willow...
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    • After supper, when the men gathered around the campfire, Brother Lunt exhorted the brethren to "obey counsel and suffer wrong rather than do wrong, and, for the sake of a few house logs, not to let the devil get into their midst."' Apparently, it...
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    • to l~ecome Kumen's horse, and later when Kumen went to San Juan in 1879, he took "Old FranPwith him." Each of the towns to which Lehi delivered mail had a colorful history, and he became interested in the details of their colonization. In 1869, the...
    • 1912, Oct 27

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    • Sun. Oct. 27, 1912: Ther. Cool- Wea. Rain Rained steady and hard till nearly noon then brake away We stopped in the Iron Spring house over two hours then drove down on the Desert about 10 miles from Lund. Monday 28: Ther. Cool. Wea. Clouds We went...
    • 1912, Oct 29

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    • Tues. Oct. 29, 1912: Ther. Cold stormy around on the hills. We came out to the Iron spring-Shearing Corral. lots of mud and water on the desert. Wednesday 30: Ther. Snowing Am. Nooned at Kanarra, and camped at Dry Creek
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    • ARNOLD E. ANDERSON Biography 1908 - 1973 Arnold E. Anderson was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota. to Carl and Alma Anderson, on March 21, 1908, He attended Minneapolis public schools and Iowa State University, where he was active in Track and Field...
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    • 6 in the area of ESL. She has taught in the Iron County School District in the state of Utah for six years. Two of the years taught were in fourth grade and the remaining four have been in first grade. Definition of Terms The following are...
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    • DOUGLAS SYLVESTER Forward HOWARD MATHEWS Forward BOB ROWLEY Forward GAMES Iron Mountain 36 B.A.G. 46 Las Vegas G. S 51 B.A.C. 44 Las Vegas G. S 45 B.A.G. 33 Indian Springs A.A.F 46 B.A.C. 33 Indian Springs A.A.F 57 B.A.C. 38 Carbon College 38...
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    • SILVER SCREEN 52 marketing. There were zero partnerships related to this campaign and two official posters and trailers were created. The film’s campaign ranked mediocre in regards to the five dimensions. The audience only engaged in three of the...
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    • stated that they had been sent especially by the President to go forthwith and test the qualities of the iron ore and send back a sample with all possible haste. They, therefore, required a certain number of the brethren to come forward and assist...
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    • was Henry Lunt. They agreed to pay money to the Association, according to the number of cattle and horses they owned, to defray the expenses of guarding the livestock and prosecuting the thieves.l3 I 1885 the Cedar City Tabemacle was finished. The...

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