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    • 1905, Jan 18

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    • Wed. Jan. 18, 1905: Ther. Cold N. wind, Wea. Cloudy, 4 pm warmer, Cleared off, Got most of the township worked Got entertainment about one half mi. south and one half east of the White Flat School house with Mr. S.N. Stratton. The roads have been...
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    • 55 stoves 9 swords 1001 lbs. of powder a n d lead 44 saddles 436 lights of glass (8 x 1 0 ) 1 9 0 lbs. of nails 137 chopping axes 45 mowing scythes 45 sickles 7 2 scythes and grain cradles 98 hoes 110 spades and shovels Carpenter tools--9t s e t s...
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    • From Campus to Courtroom Indian-made articles (which later became very valuable), and visited with any Indians who would talk to us. We had a great time. The roads were hazardous, hence vely few travelers, but we were undaunted. As we left Window...
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    • tickets cost $3.00 and could be paid in produce. W have e been unable to unearth documentation of activities of the Dramatic Association beyond 1880, but it is safe to say that a community tradition had been set which no doubt led to support and...
    • 1905, Nov 11

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    • Sat. Nov. 11, 1905: Ther. Cool., Threatening Wea. Cloudy The roads are muddy and bad. Finished canvassing the township about noon then took the first line south of the base line and went east to West Cache Creek, got bewildered in the pasture after...
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    • present and prepare their houses and improvements to be bumed and laid in ashes, rather than the army should come in to enjoy them. The Saints in this and ail the other southem settlements are cailed upon to send teams to assist in the removal of...
    • Preface - Page ix

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    • PREFACE Through researching and writing the following history of the Mayors of Cedar City, we have gained a greater insight into the problems confronting our city and county leaders. W have also gained a deep appreciation for the tremendous e...
    • Page 220

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    • Lehi once said, "Plenty of work and responsibility never hurt any healthy child and many of them are spoiling for the want of it."' Lehi's hrother, Kumen, from Blanding came to visit Cedar City again in 1934 and wrote the following about the visit:...
    • 1905, Dec 13

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    • Wed. Dec. 13, 1905: Ther. Cool North wind, Wea. Mostly cldy. rain am We went north and east to Addington I.T. then took a tie pass up the rail road to Comanche and on north three miles to Brother A.A. Petty’s where we arrived about 4-30 pm The...
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    • Fulmer, Aimon L., Supt of roads, 39 Furguson, James, Adjutant General, 81 G Gallespie, Robert, 146 Gates and Company, gristmill, 265 Gates, Jacob, St George Temple, 300 Gates, Susa Young, dtr Bngham Young, 298 General Land Office, 312 George...
    • 1912, page 34

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    • SUBJECTS OF INSTRUCTION. ENGLISH. Miss Decker. Miss Brown. Mr. English a. This course consists of a review of the principles of English grammar, special attention being given to common errors. Drill in punctuation, letter writing,...
    • Page 283

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    • scratched the bamyard faithfuily for the support of the brood. They tumed the house into an i m and, though it was but sparsely funiished, it was spotlessly clean as 1 know, for 1 sat part of the afternoon in the kitchen The wife who was busiest...
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    • June 5 , 1 building roc for the Cerr per lb. Mar. 3. 1; 887.. .Bid of Nelson, Cosslett, building the Cemetery Wall for $5 a rod. and Parry for E195.. Feb. 18, 1 - .Sexton. T....B. . Wright, requested a lock for .. -. the Cemeter y a s parties,...
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    • would attempt to pass, and could not even go for our cattle without being in danger of having our back stuck full of arrows. To settle at that point is not good policy at present Still, within a few years, that country will no doubt be settled and...
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    • GRONWAY R . PARRY Biography 1889 - 1969 Gronway Robert P a r r y was born February 2 2 . 1889, in Salt Lake City, Utah. His f a t h e r , Gronway, was a Salt Lake builder; his mother. Althea Gardner P a r r y , was the daughter of Pine Valley...
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    • and fieedom and our peace, and he fastened it upon the end of a pole, and he called it the title of liberty." The settlers now turned their attention to procuring logs for the meeting house. John D. Lee wrote: Monday morning, January 27, 1851: The...
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    • evening and found in his gizzard some tivo dollars worth of gold dust. It has produced no small excitement in town. February 25: I examined the gold taken out of Pugmire's rooster and believe it to be brass. I placed my magnet in it and it took it...

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