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    • plains was so well organized that many of the prior problems had been solved and some diarists described the trip as a rather enjoyable event. Henry Lunt's company reached the Great Salt ~ a k valley on e August 28, 1850." After traveling through a...
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    • M. just stood there and looked at each other. They could see that some of the fellows were getting promoted real fast, but they remained silent and started out as privates. Rass and Lehi M. stayed together in battery "F." They were in the depot...
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    • O u t of this spirit of cooperation came lasting friendship and loyalty to each other and to their community. I feel that those men and women who built our foundations have a right to a ~ the question; "Will those k who follow us live up to our...
    • Socotwa text: page 012

    • Glen Canyon (Utah and Ariz.); Rafting (Sports)--Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)
    • The day ahead was to be rather long, and spiced only by one stop at a previously unexplored canyon. But we were told of many landmarks and points of interest to keep our eyes on as we drifted down the River of No Return. This particular aspect of...
    • Socotwa text: page 023

    • Glen Canyon (Utah and Ariz.); Rafting (Sports)--Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)
    • everybody to the dance. What a grand orchestra they were! John Farnsworth called the squares after we had gotten our partners during the round dancing and a Virginia reel. Stan turned out to be practically the best dancer there, and lucky was the...
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    • Glen Canyon (Utah and Ariz.); Rafting (Sports)--Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)
    • Then, suddenly the battle began. Crews maneuvered and battled for the downstream positions, and war was on. Water poured into boats from all sides, people went overboard for many purposes: to rescue hats, to get hostages, to pillage other crafts....

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