Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)--Buildings; Service stations; Business
Twin Pines Service Station and Sunset Tavern. "The station stood where J. C. Penny's is now (1971) across from the Federal Building. I got the last tree of the twin pines, sawed it into lumber which was used in my home. George A. Millett...
Iron County (Utah)--Scenery; Dixie National Forest
Jensens used to boat ride here. Herber C. Jensen planted first fish in it, but they got away because there was no screen on the lower end. 1/4 mile south of the lumber road leading west toward Cedar. Host Lake B.S. camp there now.
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is the entrance to a home built with qual-ity
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It was a cold and unpleasant place and had been rejected by others who had gone to more favorable locations south of here. My previous years had been associated with pioneer life in Iron County in the interest of building and Military duties. In...
The first man to catch up with me was George Tracy, an old soldier of the Southern Army of the Rebellion. Next came William Allred, a noted Indian fighter. We were by now about 200 yards from the house. Tracy rode to the back door and called to the...
York Volunteer Infantry, who was killed in the battle of Bull Run, July 21, 1861.
Before the summer had passed, contracts had been let to a number of men for the construction of four company barracks, a guard house, commissary, hospital and...
travelers and freighters. It's beginning was somewhat different from the forts that have been mentioned before and was built for the protection of settlers that were to build communities.
It was built of black volcanic rock laid in lime mortar, 100...
THE METHODIST CHURCH SCHOOL
In 1873, the Rev. Clark Smith came to Beaver to establish the Methodist Episcopal Church, and to conduct a school for the members and patrons. He began his services in a small lumber building across the street east of...
In common with most Utah towns, under the teachings and practices of Brigham Young, there was a spirit of cooperation. Each community vied with its neighbor in becoming as nearly self-sustaining as the circumstances would permit....