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    • 1916 98

    • Jokes Father: Blanche, how do you account for the rapid changes taking place in such a few years in the ball room? Blanche: Why, father? Father: Because, my child, ,vhen your mother and I ,'were young all the ladies used to dre~s up to go...
    • mcbooki311p229: "Grandpa's Diary"

    • Beaver County, Utah--History
    • "GRANDPA'S DIARY" (Note: The Author of This Diary Is Unknown) Sun., March 13, 1859 Went to lower Beaver Valley in company with Isaac Grundy, Tarlton Lewis, William Barton and John Blackburn, our object being to find a location for a settlement near...
    • 1900, Jun 3

    • Sun. June 3, 1900: + Ther. Slightly Cooler., (Wind) Wea. Partly Cloudy I went over to Bowers’s camp and spent a few minutes about noon today. Herded around the big knole east of camp it is covered with good fee. 11-59 pm Monday 4: Ther. Warm.,...
    • 1912, Jan 25

    • Thurs. Jan. 25, 1912: Ther. Warm Wea. Clear Butchering pigs we killed six pigs to-day 3 for Johny 1 each for Father, Dan and myself. Friday 26: Ther. Warm Wea. clouded up after dark Helping Mary with the washing.
    • 1912, Mar 7

    • Thurs. Mar. 7, 1912: Ther. Warm Wea. Cleared off Hauled up the stove wood from the grove that I chopped for mother last Dec. Plowed about 60 rods of land in the field across the road. Friday 8: Ther. Pleasant. Wea. Clouded up Mother, Jim and I...
    • 1912, Oct 3

    • Thurs. Oct. 3, 1912: Ther. Pleasant Wea. cloudy Hauled two loads of manure, one to each field Brot in a load of pumpkins from the upper field. Friday 4: Ther. Pleasant Wea. Rain Worked a little for father and a little for myself.
    • 1912, Nov 8

    • Fri. Nov. 8, 1912: Ther. Pleasant Wea. clds The roads are spongy and make it hard on teams. We got to the lower Kane Bed-Tanks. Saturday 9: Ther. Pleasant Wea. Few T. clds Drove on up to the upper tanks met John Winder then put all of our loads on...
    • 1912, memoranda 3

    • Memoranda: 1912 Feb. / Lumber Hauled 6 / 750 feet for myself 8 / 760 “ 9 / 775 “ 2285 10 / 745 Company lumber 12 / 760 “ 13 / 742 “ 14 / 770 “ 15 / 759 “ 16 / 767 “ 4543 2285 6828
    • 1914, Feb 26

    • Thurs. Feb. 26, 1914: Ther. Cold Wea. Thin clds We came out to the Big Plain, doubled up the Grafton Mountain. got to the Field after dark. John, Jim, Dan and Myself. Friday 27: Ther. Cold Wea. Thin clds We came over to Jims place, harrowed and...
    • 1905, Jan 13

    • Fri. Jan. 13, 1905: Ther. Cold N. breeze, Colder, Wea. Clear. Thin clds. Went south to Reed then west a mile then south and east again got entertainment with John Pendley east of the section line running south from Reed a little more than a half...
    • 1905, memoranda 2

    • Memoranda: April 24, 1905. Myself and Elder Samuel Lindsay are Tofinish the work in Greer Co., then commence work at Mirage, Comanche Co. O.T. Conference convened at Ora, Comanche Co. April 22, 23 & 24th p5. And again Sept 23, 24th 05. at the same...
    • 1908, Mar 8

    • Sun. March 8, 1908: Pleasant Attended after-noon meeting Priesthood meeting and Mutual. Mon. 9: Warm Clear Johny and Dan started for Lund Myself for Hurricane camped 1 m. below Duncan Tues. 10: Warm. Clear Got to the bench and plowed about a...
    • Matthew Carruthers - Page 6

    • MATTHEW CARRUTHERS Presiding Elder 1852 Matthew C a r r u t h e r s was born J a n u a r y 15, 1811, in Scotland. He married Isabella McDonald in 1841. After his arrival in Cedar City late in 1851, t h e position of presiding Elder was assigned to...
    • Page 73

    • think you know more than those that are placed above you which is wrong, and you must humble yourselves and be united."18 Some of the settlers were beginning to plant turnips, beets, onions, radishes, and lettuce in their gardens. Their domestic...
    • Page 75

    • several comic pieces performed. Joy and gladness seemed to be in every countenance. I never saw a party that enjoyed themselves like unto this--such order and a oneness of Spirit prevailed throughout the whole evening's entertainment. The horses on...
    • Chapter VI - Iron Works - Page 79

    • .. CHAPTER VI IRON WORKS 1852 anufacturing iron was the principal factor in determining the location of the settlements of Parowan and Cedar City. Before pursuing this object, however, it was necessary to take care of the physical needs of those...
    • Page 97

    • The motto, 'Woliness to the Lord," was written on the Bishop's flag. A beehive and sheaf of wheat appeared under the writing, and a battle axe and spear were at the top of the flag. The group marched around the Fort and Brother George Brimhall...


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