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    • 1897, page 11

    • 11 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. nations. A minute knowledge of the United States, and particularly of Utah, will be required. Barnes's or Frye's Complete Geography will furnish needful preparation. ENGLISH GRAMMAR, COMPOSITION, READING...
    • 1899, page 24

    • 24 SOUTHERN BRANCH OF THE ENGLISH GRAMMAR, COMPOSITION, READING AND SPELLING.-The applicant should be able to recognize and define all the parts of speech and to tell their respective varieties; to decline nouns and pronouns and...
    • 1900, page 26

    • 26 SOUTHERN BRANCH. OF THE irregular, transitive and intransitive verbs; to analyze participial, infinitive, and prepositional phrases; and to explain and analyze easy sentences, simple, compound, and complex. The student's knowledge of the...
    • 1901, page 12

    • 12 SOUTHERN BRANCH. The student's knowledge of the use of capital letters and punctuation marks and his ability to compose good sentences will be tested by a short article to be written at the time of examination. He must be prepared to...
    • 1902, page 13

    • 13 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. tuation marks and his ability to compose good sentences will be tested by a short article to be written at the time of examination. He must be prepared to read clearly and intelligently any selection in any...
    • 1903, page 13

    • 13 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. pass satisfactory examinations in arithmetic, English grammar and composition, physiology, geography, United States history, reading and spelling. The required work in these studies is as follows: ...
    • 1899, Sep 25

    • Mon. Sept. 25, 1899: Ther. pleasant., Wea. clear. We started on 7 am. nooned 2 hours 3 miles south of the top of the ridge, reached Minersville 6-30 pm. camped at Colton’s yard. Tuesday 26: Ther. warm. Wea. light clouds nooned at Milford,...
    • 1901, Dec 21

    • Sat. Dec. 21, 1901: Ther. 36., 55., Wea. Thin Clouds, Worked on the new barn, forenoon and took another trip to Rockville this evening. Sunday 22: Ther. 31., 58., Wea. Thin clouds, I attended the after-noon meeting. We had an enjoyable time in...
    • 1901, Dec 23

    • Mon. Dec. 23, 1901: Ther. 64, noon Wea. Thin Clouds, The Prophet Joseph Smith’s 96th Birth-Day. We worked on the barn today, preparing for the rafters etc. 24th. We made up a small purse to get some presents for some of the Brethren & Sisters. ...
    • 1904, Feb 24

    • Wed. Feb. 24, 1904: Ther. Cool W. wind., Wea. Thin clouds, Snowed the sheep near the top of the Nixon Mountain, came back to the south end of Sunflower Flat near Sink Valley. 17) Thursday 25: Ther. Cool., Wea. Wind., Cloudy. Ptly. cldy Moved down...
    • 1903, Aug 11

    • Tues. Aug. 11, 1903: + Ther. am warm., pm cool and stormy. Wea. Ptly. cldy. Rain I got the sheep to camp just about dark, Myron went up to the other herd about noon. 91) Wednesday 12: + Ther. Pleasant., Wea. Mostly cldy. Rain 1-40 to 4-30 Another...
    • 1903, Aug 21

    • Fri. Aug. 21, 1903: + Ther. Pleasant., Wea. Light clouds, Warm., Rex Brown and Nephi Stevens (two of Jim Smith’s herders) where here visiting today. The sheep fed on the ridge west of camp all day they took but little attention. 95) Saturday 22:...
    • 1903, Sep 28

    • Mon. Sept. 28, 1903: + Ther. Cool. Wea. Fog 10 am. Rain. Ptly cldy. pm 10 am at top of ridge, head of Hay Canyon. The sheep came all the way up on a good run. I came down to a little spring that is troughed in the head of Hay, herded around close...
    • 1905, Jan 15

    • Sun. Jan. 15, 1905: Ther. Cold., Wea. breeze from south. Clouds The wind is from the south today but cold as usual. It looks very much like we would get more snow yet before the weather gets better again. We walked north and west to Mr. P.M....
    • 1905, Jun 21

    • Wed. June 21, 1905: Ther. Warm Wea. Mostly Cloudy Put out our washing this forenoon at Mr. Smith’s. After dinner we started in to our work again. worked to the Base line and started back south on the township line were entertained by Mr....
    • 1905, Jul 18

    • Tues. July 18, 1905: Ther. The hottest yet., Wea. Light clds We went 3 ½ mi. north and five east to visit Mr. Frank Howard but the folks were all away from the home but a small boy, so we came back and staid at Mr. Smith’s again. Jim is in town...
    • 1905, Sep 18

    • Mon. Sept. 18, 1905: Ther. Warm cold wind dusk. Wea. Rain Ptly cldy. We packed our grips after breakfast and started for Ora (now Tallaville) to attend conference. followed the R.R. track north nearly to Frederick, went on up the section line to...


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