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    • with John L. Sevy, who had seen them and asked for a ride back to Cedar City that night. He and Mr. Sevy traveled up the canyon from Newcastle past Castle Ranch and on to Irontown and then past Woolsey's Ranch to Cedar City. It took them most of...
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    • Henry Lunt, who was one of the men in the group that settled in Cedar City, wrote the following in his diary about getting coal from Cedar Canyon in 1852: "Monday Sept. 20, 1852 went up the canyon to work a road u p the mountain to sleigh the coal...
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    • 165, 168, 170, 177, 181, 190, 193, 197, 198, 202, 130, 233, 234, 236 Hintze, Hugh 193. 230 Hintze, Lchi H. 2081 230 Hintzr, Marion 230 Hite, Cans 101 Hite Crossing 100, 101 Hobbs. Georee 76. 78. 80 "~ -~ Hog's Heaven 178, 179 Hole-in-The-Rock 77,...
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    • reached. In Southern Utah, the telegraph covered some areas that early, but it wasn't until later that this service extended from Southern Utah into Nevada. I t was this area that was covered by the mail contracts handled by one man nanied...
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    • up there. The first mill was able to handle only ten tons of ore a day, but Ily 1871 five mills and a large furnace were in operation. Bullionville and Panaca, seperated by one mile of meadow, lived together in uneasy truce. The good people of the...
    • Houses, Robert William Bullock

    • Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)--Buildings; Dwellings
    • Robert William Bullock home on Center Street (Canyon Road). First owned by Homer Duncan sold to Thomas Taylor. Two story part was moved in from Irontown. Duncan's son-in-law, Fisher, built the lower part. Rob Will bought from Taylor, all...
    • Old Irontown

    • Old Irontown (Iron County, Utah)
    • Forest Supervisor Blaine Betenson examining the remains of an arrastra, a dragstone mill for pulverizing ores, at Irontown on Little Pinto Creek.
    • Ruins At Old Irontown

    • Old Irontown (Iron County, Utah); Buildings--Dixie National Forest (Utah)
    • Picture of Old Irontown, established on Pinto Creek by Mormon pioneers in 1868. It produced 800 pounds of pig iron every 8 hours.
    • Irontown

    • Old Irontown (Iron County, Utah); Buildings--Dixie National Forest (Utah)
    • Irontown ruins on Little Pinto Creek. Established by the Mormon pioneers in 1868, it produced 800 lbs. of pig iron every 8 hours.
    • Old Irontown

    • Old Irontown (Iron County, Utah); Buildings--Dixie National Forest (Utah)
    • Irontown ruins on Little Pinto Creek, established by Mormon pioneers in 1868, it produced 800 lbs. of pig iron every 8 hours.
    • Irontown

    • Old Irontown (Iron County, Utah); Dwellings--Dixie National Forest (Utah)
    • Ruins of dwellings at Irontown. Note the fireplace and remaining "plaster" on the interior. A rank growth of sagebrush is brying to cover this old home, while junipers stand guard nearby.

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