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    • 1898, Jan 21

    • 1898, Jan 21
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    • Fri. Jan. 21, 1898: printed some in the forenoon and come home in the evening with John Stouts Buckbord. Saturday 22: I came back down to Rockville we were busy all the afternoon taking pictures. it was cloudy all day till evening then it...
    • Page 127

    • Page 127
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    • GRANDCHILDREN OF THOMAS AND SAGE JONES, about 1894 Taken in front of Sage Jorres home on 100 West. Old post office in background on left. Front Row: Caroline Jones (Royce), Will's dtr., Irene Jones (Andrus), Uriah's dtr., Cora Jones (Stucki), Jed's...
    • 1898, Jan 23

    • 1898, Jan 23
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    • Sun. Jan. 23, 1898: Wea. Snowing Went to S. School and come back and developed a negative of Isabell Dalton that we had just taken We took ten Photos while at Rockville which brought in some over $20.00 Monday 24: Wea. Very cold I went to Virgen...
    • 1899, May 1

    • 1899, May 1
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    • Mon. May 1, 1899: Ther. 1-30 pm. 48º., Wea. showery, hauled a little hay back of the barn also a load of [curse] from the sand bottom melon ground. Tuesday 2: Ther. 10-30 am. 48º., Wea. clouds going s. J.A. Winder, J.R. Crawford & I started for...
    • Page 39

    • Page 39
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    • The Human Element 34 2006, para. 9). The key word here is observable. Many practitioners overlook the fact that all aspects of a community are observable. And that they can refer back to humanities’ original roots in anthropology to gain a better...
    • 1899, May 4

    • 1899, May 4
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    • Thurs. May 4, 1899: Ther. very warm Wea. thin clouds we left camp at the creek above Rock Canyon about 8 am. nooned at the Co-op got to the L. Meadow just before dark. Friday 5: Ther. cooler. Wea. thin clouds. Jake & I went to the Danish ranch and...
    • Page 38

    • Page 38
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    • 35 3. The students’ motivation and amount of time dedicated to service both impact the level of learning for that student. In this chapter, the discussions of the research findings are presented as an overview of the findings with regard to each...
    • Page 407

    • Page 407
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    • free from hypocrisy and deceit as it is possible for moral manto be.' He sang several songs during the sermon. His voice was clear and distinct and, though he was then suffering from cancer besides being almost blid, he never permitted his a i c t...
    • Page 95

    • Page 95
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    • P a g e | 95 us. So, I hope we can accept a wonderful truth - we are family. We are family, if we could care to believe this we would realize that to care about the other is not being altruistic but it is the best form of self-interest. That...
    • 1910, page 179

    • 1910, page 179
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    • 31 Days July 1910: S 24 Dan came up canal with me, We ate dinner at Black Tunnell flume With our wives. M 25 to head of canal and back early. at Ward=Hall pm photographed the indians at noon. T 26 Dan went home today. I am on the ditch again. ...
    • Page 131

    • Page 131
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    • lose their lives, than not. They decided to get out while they could. They loaded a little of the already sawed lumber onto the outfits and started back. They stopped for the night in a grove of pines near the Upper Mammoth. By morning, the snow...
    • 1899, May 13

    • 1899, May 13
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    • Sat. May 13, 1899: Ther. cooler. Wea. light clouds, high wind. Jake & I went to town and got some flour & seed corn also traded a little in the store at Orderville Sunday 14: Ther. coolº., Wea. high wind, light clouds, We went up to R.B....
    • 1910, page 180

    • 1910, page 180
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    • 31 & 31 Days July-Aug. 1910: S 31 Sick- Went up to Sulphur laid in shade all day. M August 1 am too sick to work to-day. Wm Ruesch is looking after the ditch T 2 Cut my lucern in the field. W 3 raked it and Cut that in the lot. Th 4 Back on...
    • 1927, page 178

    • 1927, page 178
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    • 31 Days December cold and dry. 25 Wed. 1929 Went to Springdale and watched the ball game a little while Thur 26 at home today Fri 27 Came back to the ranch via Pine Creek Sat 28 We got a small Bob-Cat. Sun. 29 30 Monday Went home, Walked...
    • Page 409

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    • down. We took the cheese vat out and made the cheese house for a living room for mother and put the stove i the 'lean-to.' We had a room back of this we n called a saddle house and this, the boys slept in, but some of us went to the barn to sleep....
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    • Page 97
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    • P a g e | 97 resisted they beat her with their clubs. Her ‗doek‘ (headscarf) fell off her head—they beat her some more. They threw her in the back of the police van and speedily drove away. For a few moments I was frozen by the horrific sight...
    • 1927 132

    • 1927 132
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    • Stud Ewe, Day Farms. First prize as Yearling, 1924; Suckled Lamb and was Second, 1925; First and Grand Champion, 1926 in the Parowan Rambouil-let Sheep Show and Sale, 1926. Top Stud Ram of the Day Farms Company's Hock. Sold at the Parowan Show and...

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