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    • intersecting Main Street a t the corner near Mr. Henry Elliker's residence on Main Street and commonly known a s Normal Street. Granted. Dec. 1, 1904 ... The Mayor reported t h a t a case of Small Pox had developed recently in the City a n d , in...
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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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    • possible for him to spend some time there, which gave him the opportunity to get better acquainted with Edward's daughter, Sarah Ann. When Henry passed through Nephi on the way back from conference, he picked up Sarah Ann and she accompanied him to...
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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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    • she had been in a coma for months prior to her death. Aunt Sarah had watched her at night and mother [Ann Gower Lunt] cared for her during the day. When the end finally came, Broughton got some help in making the cof
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    • Although she died when 1was but eleven years old, her sweet and noble infiuence has permeated my iife. Any child should be wnsidered fortunate, indeed, who has had the pnvilege of close association with a grandrnother of such sweet character. There...
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    • three-room flat that we rented--Mother Lunt [Sarah], Parley, Owen, Alma, Clarence, Frank, Heaton and 1 and little Virl, our year-old baby. Some of the boys got jobs of ditferent kinds. They would mow lawns or do anything they could for 50 cents a...
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    • The Saints niet together often and had socials, as well as their church meetings. O n one such occasion in St. Louis, some strange men were noticed standing by a stove on which some coffee was boiling. In time, all who drank the coffee contracted...
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    • Thomas, and the othe~s, who left on this assignment, undouhtedly followed the Old Spanish route. St. George had not been settled yet and rhc Black Kidgc prc~entcd fonnidablc obstacle. It was while Thomas a was working by the "hluddy" that he took...
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    • instructions as to the hatching, feeding and rearing of silkworms. They looked just about likc celcry seeds. Every morning, Ann and Henrietta went ahout a 1)lock away to gather mulberry leaves from the trees that were growing thcrc. T h e Mulberry...
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    • GREEK MYTHOLOGY IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 43 the group those particular scores. I believe that this would help me to more accurately work out an appropriate and fair grade for the students, and it would assist them in seeing that I cared about their...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 15 Yet watch a character education lesson in any part of the country and you will almost surely be observing a strenuous exercise in hammering and plastering… The process of learning does indeed require that...

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