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    • mcbooki006: Title Page

    • Beaver County, Utah--History
    • Title Page: Monuments to Courage, A History of Beaver County, Arranged and Published by DAUGHTERS OF UTAH PIONEERS OF BEAVER COUNTY, UTAH; Edited by Aird G. Merkley of The Beaver Press; Printed by Stephen A. Williams of The Milford News
    • mcbooki012: Preface (cont.)

    • Beaver County, Utah--History
    • given unnumbered days of her time to the gathering of historical data, old photographs, and biographies. Mrs. Mackerell's worthy aids contributed their share toward the completion of this project. Many committees and individuals worked untiringly...
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    • Mr. Shay, in behalf of the Railroad Company asked that the sewer system he completed a s soon a s possible; the completion of the system being essential in connection with the Railroad Company Buildings. M r . Alma Esplin, Iron County Agent,...
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    • Siberia, thence to Alaska, and finally ended up at Fort Ross in California. When Sutter bought the fort he acquired the artillery with it. Members of the Mormon Battalion coming north after their historic march in 1846 were employed by Sutter to...
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    • The motto, 'Woliness to the Lord," was written on the Bishop's flag. A beehive and sheaf of wheat appeared under the writing, and a battle axe and spear were at the top of the flag. The group marched around the Fort and Brother George Brimhall...
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    • A son, Richard Henry Lunt, was born to Ann Gower Lunt and Henry Lunt on Nov. 17, 1872. He died the same day. Most commu~ties a cooperative sheep and cattle herd in had which each person, and the church, turned their sheep or cattle over to the...
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    • mons in Utah and the law-disdaining wild western inhabitants of Nevada. However, they wcre mutually dependent on each other in a very real and vital way. 'l'rading was a necessity to both. The only available market of the southern Utah settlenients...
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    • On the 20th of July, 1891 Henry, Lehi and Henrietta's third child, turned eight, and since the family was still running cattle and dairying at Miner's Peak, Henry rode a horse into town to get baptized. A1 Thorley and his wife, who were living...
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    • That wintcr Lchi, who was 36 year old, and Dave Bulloch's son, Rolxrt Will, who was 14 or 15 years old, stayed with the herd and lived in a tent on the Mesa. Their main sustenance was bread and molasses. For some time after Lehi and Dave Bulloch...
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    • Coalville Roots ]ohn wrote: These are m y baby pictures. Dad would look at them and say "Booty Shood." That was the pet baby name he applied to me. I am not sure how the name "Booty Shood" originated. I do know that when I was old enough to begin...

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