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    • Sept 5 , 1 9 4 0 ...Mr. and M r s . Lamont E. Tueller, Mrs. Cora Pace, Mrs. Elbert, M r s . Lillian Corry, Frank Jackson, Tom Mosdell, and William Flannigan met again with the Council to protest against holding softball games at night on the...
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    • City Manager Anderson reported on the properties that may be available for an additional 9 holes for the Golf Course. Nov. 17, 1 9 6 6 . . . A letter was read from Governor Rampton about home fallout protection. Survey will be conducted to...
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    • was hoisted on the evening of the third of July, 1852. It was also during the year of 1852 that the mining industry in Iron County began. W might mention that, e about this time, the first gold discovered in the County was found at Parowan, in the...
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    • th~s volunteer school was superseded by regularly scheduled classes." Smith wrote: "March 19, 1851: The wind blew very hard from the south leaving no tents standing in camp. March 20: Went with Frost and Bringhurst to visit the coal vein [Cedar...
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    • Pugmire told Henry that he believed that Brother Bosnell was guilty of the things his daughter accused him of, and he had found evidence to prove it. They agreed to make further inquiry Jesse Lewis and Betsy Pugmire were manied by Henry Lunt on...
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    • that Harrison can get any of the men to work under him. He has almost entirely lost the confidence of the Saints. Sunday, September 12: Gave counsel to the brethren that the Iron Works had better stand still for a day or two until something would...
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    • iron to almost any amount could soon be manufactured. The machinery is of the best kind and works well and would do for a much larger fbmace than what is up. In haste, I am yours, Henry Lunt. The settlers harvested many loads of grass hay from the...
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    • 'dog iron' [hand iron] which caused our hearts to rejoice very much to see the first casting of iron made in the mountains. We gave three cheers and cried Hosannah to God and the Lamb forever and ever, and three cheers for Iron County. Attended...
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    • Works and explained things to them as well as I could. Walker seemed very much pleased and interested with the Works Henry wrote a letter to George A. Smith on February 1I, 1853, telling of the conditions in Cedar City and describing the events...
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    • Legion. The escort arrived at Governor Young's at 9:00 a.m. and everyone saluted him at the west door of his mansion as he appeared on the steps.' The residents of Cedar City held their own celebration and Henry wrote the following about the...
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    • held a meeting and wanted Henry to leave; but the Minister of the Church ofEngland would have nothing to do with it, so they did not pursue their plans. Henry baptized eight new members into the church during the month that he was assigned to this...
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    • satisfactonly. Brother Richard Hanison of this place was present, aman of long expenence in molding iron i England, and he pronounced the iron No. 1. Their n blast is blown by a small steam engine imported from the east at considerable cost. The...
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    • and make them better off than ever they were before." William Durham was elected as President of the organization and Bishop Henry Lunt and Samuel Leigh were the two Directors from Cedar City. President Young was attempting to "sell" the United...
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    • Lunt Jr. and Francis Webster Jr., each of whom rode a horse and led another, packed. We made a fire, for it was extremely cold, and waited till 8 a.m. when they came along. The boys now took the lead and we foiiowed up, passing aiong up the...
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    • something on the side of the mountain that moved. On closer observation, we could see that it was an army of soldiers winding down the mountain trail. 1 ran to the meeting house to give warning. The Bishop, Brother Earnest Steiner, told al1 the...
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    • Fulmer, Aimon L., Supt of roads, 39 Furguson, James, Adjutant General, 81 G Gallespie, Robert, 146 Gates and Company, gristmill, 265 Gates, Jacob, St George Temple, 300 Gates, Susa Young, dtr Bngham Young, 298 General Land Office, 312 George...
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    • Milne, David, St George Temple, 300 Mining Distnct, contract, 289 Minute Men, 108 Mitcbell, Huldah A., Relief Society Couns., 297 Mitchell, James, to Calii, 166 Mitchell, William C., 63,319 Moaby Ranch, 360 Moapa, Big Muddy Creek, 43 Moccasin...
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    • center then became a farmyard or cattle corral. The water of Coal Creek flowed undcr the wall and through the north side of the enclosure and was utilized for a grist n~ill and other industries. Another field was surveyed and clcared dose by;...
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    • reported as follows: first, it would be out of the question for the company to attempt to gct through this route; second, with some assistance from the Legislature which was about to convene and the united effort , of all in c a n ~ pthe company...
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    • the rodeos were given a resounding start by the firing of two French 75's, which shot live ammunition.into the Red Hill northeast of Cedar City, under the supervision of Lehi hl. Jones, Capt. in the National Guard. Rass purchased a team of...

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