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    • baby girl by her side weighuig nine pounds--good weight--al1 rejoicing and feeling thankful to our Heavenly Father for her safe delivery. Our beloved Aunt Ellen's condition is much the same as when 1 wrote last week, no pain but general debility...
    • 1899, Jun 15

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    • Thurs. June 15, 1899: Ther. warm. Wea. clear We hauled two loads hay forenoon & piled the hay up between the point and wire fence afternoon. Friday 16: Ther. 3 pm. 98º., shade “ “ 116º., sun. Wea. clear We hauled five (5) loads of hay. ...
    • 1905, Sep 18

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    • Mon. Sept. 18, 1905: Ther. Warm cold wind dusk. Wea. Rain Ptly cldy. We packed our grips after breakfast and started for Ora (now Tallaville) to attend conference. followed the R.R. track north nearly to Frederick, went on up the section line to...
    • 1899, Jun 18

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    • Sun. June 18, 1899: Ther. hotº., Wea. clouds going N. I attended School & meeting. We had a picnic at Grand Father’s today noon, for Uncle Moses’s birthday. Monday 19: Ther. 11 am 95º., Wea. sprinkled a little I furrowed out some melon...
    • 1903, page 32

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    • 32 SOUTHERN BRANCH stitching, hemming, overcasting, felling, gathering, buttonholes, loops and eyelets; also darning, embroidery matching, glove mending, and making seams, fastening, plackets, gussets, etc. This course also includes...
    • 1908, May 17

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    • Sun. May 17, 1908: Pleasant Clear. Attended S.S. and meeting also Band practise. Mon. 18: Warm S. wind Thin clds Started for Hurricane with a load of lumber. went to Virgin Tues. 19: Windy got to Hurricane about noon too windy for anything Wed....
    • 1914, Feb 2

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    • Mon. Feb. 2, 1914: Ther. Cold- Wea. Clear all day. No doubt but the ground hog could see his shadow plain enough today as the sun has shown bright all day. I hauled a box of pine, then one of green cotton wood. Tuesday 3: Ther. Cool., Wea. Clouded...
    • Page 180

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    • and invited a number of saints to a sumptuous supper. September 22: Brother Walker and I left Philadelphia on board a steamboat for New York. We decided to sail on the fine sailing vessel, Constitution, to Liverpool and paid our passage by...
    • 1905, Oct 5

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    • Thurs. Oct. 5, 1905: Ther. Warm., Wea. Clouds Walked on west and north again this morning. was told that there was a mormon living at a certain house went over and found him to be an investigator F.B. Miller from Roger Mills County, we took dinner...
    • Page 477

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    • prove, however, that the manufacture of iron is an accomplished f a c t , and Iron County, with h e r vast coal fields and an inexhaustible amount of the best iron ore in the world, is destined in the near future to be a vast business center. I t...
    • 1905, Oct 14

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    • Sat. Oct. 14, 1905: Ther. Warm., Wea. Clear Norther shortly after dark. We picked cotton for Mr. Small the old gentleman only picked ninety six pounds while I got an even hundred and Elder Allred beat me twelve pounds. 169) (3
    • Page 484

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    • developed and built it up. When a post office was established some years later, the name was changed from Johnson's Springs to Enoch. Johnson's Springs was settled about 1852 or 1853. At an early period, many industries were started . throughout...
    • 1905, Oct 16

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    • Mon. Oct. 16, 1905: Ther. Cool, Wea. Thin clouds. Heavy “ We took a trip four or five miles south-west with Mr. Small’s team to see another family of friends Robert Hunter-came back by the McKnight P.O. and got our mail. The people are all busy...
    • 1905, Oct 17

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    • Tues. Oct. 17, 1905: Ther. Warmer Wea. Cloudy, We left Mr. Small’s this morning and came up to Bro. S.C. Reeves’ three miles north and one east of Vinson making a thirteen or fourteen mile walk. We found the folks all out picking cotton. most...
    • 1905, Oct 18

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    • Wed. Oct. 18, 1905: Ther. Cool., Wea. Foggy Ptly. cldy. Too wet to work in the cotton field this morning. I went out this after noon and picked fifty-five pound while Elder Allred washed our clothes cotton picking is rather a poor job for me as...
    • 1905, Oct 19

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    • Thurs. Oct. 19, 1905: Ther. Cold Norther, Wea. Ptly. cldy. Sammy Reeves and I went to Vinson this evening with a load of cotton to gin there was about fourteen bales a head of us so we rode the horses back. 170) (3
    • 1905, Oct 21

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    • Sat. Oct. 21, 1905: Ther. Cool., Wea. Light clouds We picked cotton again today for Brother Reeves, I fell short three pounds of my hundred this time. My back is a little lame today which bothers me some. We butchered a mutton this evening after we...
    • 1912, Jan 5

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    • Fri. Jan. 5, 1912: Ther. Fair. Wea. Thin clouds thawing. clear this even. Cut a few Cotton wood poles for the partition fence over the river. Saturday 6: Ther. Pleasant. Wea. T. clds Got a wagon box of wood from the Zion dugways this after noon.
    • 1905, Oct 25

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    • Wed. Oct. 25, 1905: Ther. Pleasant Wea. clear. Traveled north-east took dinner with Mr. Neal McMillan’s folks Neal was not at home had just gone to the gin with a load of cotton. After dinner we went on a few miles farther via. Jester. and staid...
    • 1912, Jan 17

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    • Wed. Jan. 17, 1912: Ther. Warm Wea. Clear Hauling rock for the breakwater. Thursday 18: Ther. Slightly cooler, Wea. T. clds Hauled a load of trash to the lucern field and a load of cotton wood back this evening.

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