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    • 1916 99

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    • Jokes lVIr. Christensen (in Physical Geography): Now, MarĀ­tin, can you tell the class why lightning never strikes twice in the same place? l\lart: Because after it hits once the same place ain't there any more. (In B. B.~ meeting.) Woolley: In...
    • 1903, Mar 10

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    • Tues. Mar. 10, 1903: Ther. Pleasant., Wea. Few thin clds, Moved on over the ridge in the same direction and located in the head of a grassy hollow that runs to the reserve. 36) Wednesday 11: Ther. Pleasant., Wea. breeze from south. Thin clouds. We...
    • World War II, Reipertsweiler

    • World War, 1939-1945 -- Photographs
    • Reipertsweiler, since nearly all roofs were either tile or slate all it took to knock the roof off was the concussion of a shell exploding nearby. Many times the roof would come off but the rest of the house remained unharmed. (See "World War II as...
    • Pine Valley Reservoir

    • Dixie National Forest (Utah); Pine Valley Reservoir Dam (Washington County, Utah)
    • This man-made lake is in an attractive forest setting. The camp grounds nearby are greatly appreciated by the desert communities surrounding the Dixie National Forest.
    • 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.
    • San Rafael Swell -- Dinosaurs -- Allosaurus Head

    • Emery County (Utah); San Rafael Swell; Dinosaurs; Allosaurus; Cleveland Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry; Museum of the San Rafael
    • This allosaurus skull is on display at the Museum of the San Rafael in Castle Dale. The nearby Cleveland Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry is one of the greatest dinosaur fossil sources in the world. However it is still a puzzle how they got there. It appears...
    • San Rafael Swell -- Swasey Family -- Joe's Office

    • Emery County (Utah); San Rafael Swell; Swasey Family; Joe's Office; Cliff Dweller; USGS
    • C.T. Lupton of the United States Geological Survey took this photo of Joe Swasey in front of the cave that the Swaseys first called the "Cliffdweller." This massive rock has a cozy little cave near its base that provided shelter to the Swasey...
    • San Rafael Swell -- Swasey Family -- Sid's Leap

    • Emery County (Utah); San Rafael Swell; Swasey Family; Swasey, Sid; Seely, Montell
    • Charley bet his brother Sid his herd of cattle that his horse couldn't jump the chasm. So Sid made the jump on his horse Socks and won the cattle. Because it is the narrowest place across the Black Box Canyon, sheep herders later put a wagon bed...
    • Page 174

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    • J u n e 8 , 1908.. . I t was moved t h a t a r a t e of one dollar p e r season be fixed f o r each tap f o r sprinkling lawns, a n d t h a t they be allowed the privilege one h o u r , t h r e e times a week. The Watermaster was i n s t r u c t e...
    • Page 481

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    • was hoisted on the evening of the third of July, 1852. It was also during the year of 1852 that the mining industry in Iron County began. W might mention that, e about this time, the first gold discovered in the County was found at Parowan, in the...
    • Page 326

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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...
    • Page 379

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    • and they were cooked in every way the women could contrive. Thus the day was saved. This event was no less miraculous than the 'mama' of ancient Israel. Broughton wrote that the year of 1892 was a most desperate one, flour was not to be bought. The...
    • Page 383

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    • from the Mexicans and felt that this was an advantage. The natives were afraid of the mountains because they had been a stronghold for the notorious Apache Chief, Geronimo, and his followers until the United States, through a special treaty with...

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