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    • History of High School Day >T^HE history of High School Day at the Branch Agricultural Col-lege, if three years may be called a history, has been the story of the rapid rise of a new-born institution. The year 1928 which gave High School Day its...
    • 1927 84

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    • Instrumental HE instrumental section of the Music depart-ment of our school is now the most complete we have boasted of in a long time. The dance orchestra has furnished music for all school dances and parties including the Junior Prom and the 13th...
    • 1927 158

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    • provides high grade work leading to a college degree. Credits accepted at best colleges and universities in the country. Good dormitory homes for out-of- town students. $340 provides board, room and tuition for the full college year. For catalogue...
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    • STUDENT LIFE 'tlVitl, From the first scratching of pens on September 19th, until the last book was slammed shut on May 20th our school was "the tops." To the tune of "You're Pep" and "Locomotive Aggies," we popped Dixie back on the nose for what...
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    • The Girls Dormitory was the home of at least thirty-five girls for the entire school year and more than forty-five at the beginning of the fall quarter. Miss Aileen Erickson made a very motherly matron and kept the girls all well most of the time...
    • 1898, Feb 28

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    • Mon. Feb. 28, 1898: Ther. 48 at 8 am. Wea. a few thin clouds going east we planted the peas and sowed some wheat got it harrowed and partly laid off Tuesday, Mar. 1: Ther. 64 at noon Wea. clear and still I finished furrowing out the wheat a...
    • 1899, Jan 16

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    • Mon. Jan. 16, 1899: Ther. 11 am. 38º., Wea. some clouds hurrying east the same thing over again. Father & I began to feel a little better. Tuesday 17: Ther. 5 pm. 48º., Wea. clear. I felt enough better today that I took the shot gun and went up...
    • 1900, Oct 7

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    • Sun. Oct. 7, 1900: + Ther. Warm., Wea. Clear. moved my camp a little nearer the creek herded to the north., Johny and J. Covington left for Jim’s camp and were going home from there. Monday 8: + Ther. Warm., Wea. Clear, a few light clouds appeared...
    • 1912, Jan 3

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    • Wed. Jan. 3, 1912: Ther. Very cold. Wea. A few light clouds appeared in the South-W. today. Father, Jim and I are cutting some locust trees on the Sand bottom. Lee DeMill of Manti is at Mother’s tonight. Thursday 4: Ther. Warmer, Wea. Thin clds...
    • San Rafael Swell -- Oil -- Early Drilling of Oil

    • Emery County (Utah); San Rafael Swell; Oil Drilling; Horses; Green River (Utah)
    • The only caption on this photograph says, "Early Oil Drilling in Green River." People in the photograph are unknown. However, oil drilling began in the late 1800s on the San Rafael Swell. The first known oil company was owned by C.J. Mills and...
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    • ISAAC C. HAIGHT Mayor 1854-1861 Research and Documentation A r e u o r t of Erastus Snow concernine a t r i o to Cedar City ~ e c e m b e r . 1853, taken from L.D.S. j o u r n a l ' dated Dec. 6 . 1853. s t a t e s : "On t h e eve of o u r d e p a...
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    • the fourth, Sarah Ann Lunt. married J a n . 16, 1878. to whom eight boys were born. Owing to the anti-polygamy persecutions, he left Cedar City in 1887, together with his wife Sarah Ann and four s o n s , traveling by team through Southern Utah,...
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    • Lewis Root. Joseph S . Hunter, a n d Kumen Jones to attend Council meeting T h u r s d a y n e x t . April 19. 1877.. .Joseph H. Smith. George H u n t e r , Lehi J o n e s , and George P e r r y J r . appeared a t Council meeting and were informed...
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    • May 2 7 , 1880.. .On motion of Councilman P e r r y , ti. H. Wood was appointed Watermaster. June 5 , 1880 ...Recorder reported that George H. Wood declined the position of Watermaster. On motion Councilman Pryor. George P e r r y S r . was...

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