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    • 1912, Nov 6

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    • Wed. Nov. 6, 1912: Ther. Pleasant Wea. Clear hauling up the last of the stuff from the upper field Thursday 7: Ther. Pleasant Wea. clds Jim & Will Crawford, W.H. Gifford Orin Ruesch and I started for Kane beds with fruit and sorgum for John Winder...
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    • 15 care than others. Vegetable gardens, for example, will not work well in schools with climates that do not have growing seasons that coincide with the school year. School gardening covers a continuum of efforts to increase the...
    • Page 336

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    • Now for the ducks and geese. They have large flocks of each, between thirty and forty. They only reckon to kill one themselves, a goose 1 mean, at Christmas, and sell the rest. They will weigh from 1015 pounds each and get 9 pence or eighteen cents...
    • 1897, page 7

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    • The Southern Branch of the State Normal School of the University of Utah. General Information. On the 11th of March, 1897, the Legislature passed an act establishing a branch of the State Normal School of the University of Utah, to be located...
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    • "turn up their coat collars and, as much as posible, tum their backs to the storm until it passed over." The Federal officers were clearly determined to stand by each other and manipulate the machinery of govemment for the oppression of the...
    • 1898, page 8

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    • 8 SOUTHERN BRANCH OF THE short distance from the great coal beds in Southern Utah. In its vicinity are the great ore bodies of hematite and magnetic iron ore. These vast bodies of coal and iron ore, the most useful and important minerals...
    • 1899, Feb 24

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    • Fri. Feb. 24, 1899: Ther. 7 am. warm. 7 pm cold. Wea. cloudy, squally. clear. W finished the wire fence forenoon, and started home 2-10 pm. via L.M. Gulch. camped on the Elephant mountain about 4 mi north of the gap Saturday 25: Ther. cold. 8...
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    • impossibity to supply the camp by such a slow and labonous process. The following account of their anival in Mexico is from Broughton's histoiy: We finally reached Deming, New Mexico, a railroad town [40 miles from the Mexican border]. There we...
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    • streets and a small alley mnning through the blocks both ways to avoid wrrals being built on the rnain street. There were two smdl houses built on the townsite when we arrived, one owned by George Haws and the other by Alexander F. MacDonald, the...
    • 1900, Dec 30

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    • Sun. Dec. 30, 1900: Ther. 28., Cold windy, Wea. Clouds, I went Sunday school and meeting. on this the last sunday of the nineteenth century. Monday 31: Ther. 18., 36., Wea. thin Clouds evening, We husked & shelled corn to take to Kane Beds, Went...
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    • Smokescreens, Lies and Deceptions: The Media and the Vietnam War. 81 17/ 00:00:00 00:00:03 17// 00:00:21 SMITH: Hey Johnny Boy, I hear you’re getting short. JOHNNY: Three days and a wake up. Smith: You lucky SOB. Johnny: How was R & R? Smith:...
    • Page 97

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    • PAROWAN HOTEL Good Beds Good Meals, whenever desired. Centrally Located 'The Travelers' Headquarters." Parowan, Utah PAROWAN AUTO CO. Hudson and Dodge Automobiles. Electric Motors Pumping Equipment. Guaranteed Repair Work. Oils, Gasoline, Air and...
    • Page 72

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    • 72 Three Score and Ten in Retrospect running mate) and others in the hall. We went to Senator Church's office with Verda. Everyone was very cordial. We then went to the Senate Gallery, watched a while, Senator Javits of New York was speaking, no...
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    • Smokescreens, Lies and Deceptions: The Media and the Vietnam War. 112 Smokescreen Budget Confidential Quantity Days DESCRIPTION RATE PER TOTAL ADJUSTED* TOTAL Craft Service 1 37.00 $25.00 day $ 925.00 $ 999.00 Catering 1 37.00 $100.00 day $ 3...
    • 1898, Mar 24

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    • Thurs. Mar. 24, 1898: Ther. very cold Wea. beautiful We left camp 6-40 reached Short Creek 8-12 reached south side of sand 8-34. 22n crossing stopped for noon 10-35 started 11-45 arrived at the Cane beds tank 1-50 pulled freight 2-54 to the house...
    • Page 66

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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 67 kitchen window had a screen that was broken and I stood there and held his hand and he said, “Always remember that I love you, and always remember to say your prayers.” After hours of anxious waiting, she, her two sisters,...
    • 1901, Jan 1

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    • Tues. Jan. 1, 1901: Ther. 19., 17., 38., Wea. Clear. The Twentieth Century opened up clear and cold. Sammy came up and worked here today, I worked around the house today fixing door facings etc. played the guitar for the dance this evening. 1) ...
    • 1901, Jan 3

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    • Thurs. Jan. 3, 1901: Ther. Cold South wind, Wea. Ptly Cloudy, We stopped for breakfast at Short Creek. chopped a hole in the ice and watered the teams at the lake, filled our kegs at Kane Beds then came back about three miles to Crapper’s camp. 3) ...
    • 1901, Jan 7

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    • Mon. Jan. 7, 1901: Ther. 44., 44., Wea. Raining, I went to Rockville this after noon, to see about the tanning business for Father. He bought a right to tan leather and furs with the new process off Mr. Gee. 1) Tuesday 8: Ther. 42., Pleasant.,...
    • 1901, Jan 11

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    • Fri. Jan. 11, 1901: Ther. Cold., Wea. thin Clouds, near zero this morning I staid at Kane Beds Crapper went to Pipe. Dan got here this evening and staid with me. Wm L. Crawford, Kane Beds, Mohava Co., Arizona. 4) Saturday 12: + Ther. Warmer.,...

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