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    • 1900, Feb 27

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    • Tues. Feb. 27, 1900: Ther. 32., Wea. pleasant., clear. I went to Rockville and got a load of wood. Attended Mutual in evening. Wednesday 28: Ther. 41., 68., Wea. clear. Worked on the Big Red Clay piece getting out rock. Thursday, Mar. 1: Ther....
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    • Henry Lunt, who was one of the men in the group that settled in Cedar City, wrote the following in his diary about getting coal from Cedar Canyon in 1852: "Monday Sept. 20, 1852 went up the canyon to work a road u p the mountain to sleigh the coal...
    • 1914, Oct 22

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    • Thurs. Oct. 22, 1914: Ther. Cool Wea. Mostly cldy I got started for the Big Plain about noon. got on the Plain at dusk, camped at Thornt Hepworth’s place with N.K. Palmer. Friday 23: Ther. cool North breeze Wea. mostly cloudy Found Jim & Dan just...
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    • GARFIELL) COUNTY ( l.l'B-l n,,,l row; Kii^s. Barker. Kiddle. H<-ss. l o l s t e r , r,,,tes. Prince, Ipson, I ) < ' | C I I I L > . I )elong. Bin k m\\ Alien, Cnerrington, Matnews, Roundy, Lee, ( leorue. M I I . I . X k D COUNTY n.l'B-1'irsl row:...
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    • Right: Looking below from upstairs. Harve limbers up. Just bought new home. Below: Genevieve sawing wood. One big happy family. Rolling faculty.
    • Page 536

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    • West, Samuel, 5 Westerhold, Charles, 68 Western Airlines, 369 Western Area Power Admin., 448 Western Rock, 417 Western Wood Excelsior Plant, 374 Westside Grocery Wagon, 335 Whatcott, Elihu, 381 Whetnan, Paul, 454 Whetten, John Amasa, 398 Whetten,...
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    • March 1 9 , 1 9 3 6 . . . M r . John C. Isbell, owner and operator of Jax Billiard Parlor, met with the Council in relation to using his draught beer license for his cafe to sell beer in his pool hall. Approved. M r . G . A. Wood, Supervisor of the...
    • 1912, Nov 22

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    • Fri. Nov. 22, 1912: Ther. Pleasant Wea. Clear Few very thin clouds. I hauled up my cane seed this fore noon. then got a load of wood. Saturday 23: Ther. Pleasant Wea. Clear Jim and I went to Rockville and got the Molasses mill
    • Page 273

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    • honored and revered by our children, exalted above al1 other women. 1s this a state of slavery? If so, it is a very pleasant one. We have many privileges guaranteed unto us, one of which is the right to choose our husbands and, arnongst the many...
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    • First Row Bertha Ashby Anna Jean Armstrong, Katie Barlocker, Iris Beatty, Barbara Bryner, Jenevieve Buchanan, Fern Dalley S}cond Row: Helen Dalley, Mary Ewing, Barbara Farnsworth, Lillie Foster, Nancy Heaton, Roma Heaton, Evaleen Hulet Third Row:...
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    • Smokescreens, Lies and Deceptions: The Media and the Vietnam War. 25 An outstanding example of the way the filmmakers use emotion is the story of Don Jacques. Following Jacques’ description of a lost comrade in a letter, the narrator adds, But...
    • 1899, Feb 3

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    • Fri. Feb. 3, 1899: Ther. 9 am. 32º., Wea. snow 1 ½ in this morning cleared off am light clouds going east pm. We chopped up a load of stove wood. Jake & I took it to Grand-Father afternoon. I caught of fox, count 5 scalps. Saturday 4: Ther. 8 am...
    • 1908, Jan 1

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    • Wed. January 1, 1908: Cold thin clouds. Serenaded Springdale and Rockville with the Brass Band. went to the dance at night. Thurs. 2: cold cloudy I went to town and took a lot of photos, spent most of the day. Fri. 3: Pleasant, T. clds Developed...
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    • Excerpts from Cedar City Council Minutes Jan. 5. 1948.. . T h e Oath of Office was taken b y t h e incoming Council, a n d a special session was called immediately following the ceremony. Mayor Gronway R. P a r r y made the recommendation t h a t...
    • Page 19

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    • ticks and buckskin were made to serve as clothing materials, nntil sheep became more plentiful. Anything the people had to spare was traded to the Indians for huckskin which could he used for clothing and moccasins. The people made everything they...
    • 1930_all 32

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    • On Saturday night, scheduled as the last night of the meet, it was still anybody's tournament, with a possibility of a four-team tie which would necessitate the continuance of the battle to Monday. This possi-bility, as the games progressed,...
    • 1899, Apr 19

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    • Wed. April 19, 1899: Ther. 2 pm 62º., Wea. wind, light clouds. Jim & I set out trees again to-day. Father got home from the ranch this evening. Thursday 20: Ther. 6 pm. 70º., Wea. clear. light frost this morning. we hauled 2 loads of hay back of...

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