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    • Page 39

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    • Yes, the organizations on the campus were changed. That is, the activities of the organizations were not as they were other years. To the stories we have heard of the organizations of recent years of the B. A. C. we compare those of this year of...
    • Page 238

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    • WOODBURY: My dear friends: I hardly know where to hegiri and where to end. As way indicated by the chairman, I have been more-or-less associated with Brother Lehi for at least 40 years. I came to Cedar City in '93 as a school teacher in the public...
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    • WILLIAM LOUIS CRAWFORD DIARY Explanation William Louis Crawford was born on July 15, 1873, to William Robinson and Carnelia Gifford Crawford, in Rockville, Kane County, Utah. When he was six years old the family moved to Oak Creek in...
    • A beginning explanation

    • Crawford, William Louis, 1873-1935; Parks -- Utah -- History; Zion National Park (Utah) -- History; Springdale (Utah) -- History; Rockville (Utah) -- History
    • WILLIAM LOUIS CRAWFORD DIARY Explanation William Louis Crawford was born on July 15, 1873, to William Robinson and Carnelia Gifford Crawford, in Rockville, Kane County, Utah. When he was six years old the family moved to Oak Creek in Zion...
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    • weli in spite of the drought in Pacheco. They probably were able to irrigate their crops; and, being at a much lower elevation, nothing would have ftozen.] When we were rnaking preparations for our retum home, the team had to be shod. Alma...
    • 1904, Sep 21

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    • Wed. Sept. 21, 1904: Ther. Pleasant., Wea. Wind clouds We started home Nooned at north end of Nixon mountain Camped about a mile above the mouth of the Canyon. Splendid grass all along the road. 53) Thursday 22: Ther. Cool., Wea. Windy Clouds,...
    • 1912, Oct 23

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    • Wed. Oct. 23, 1912: Ther. Pleasant Wea. clds Worked on the fence till noon Started for Lund, came as far as Frank Petty’s sacked peaches till 10 oclock Thursday 24: Ther. Warm Wea. clds. We left Rockville about 9 oclock this morning nooned at...
    • 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...
    • 1905, May 10

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    • Wed. May 10, 1905: Ther. Cool breeze., warm sun., Wea. (Hail eve.) Clouds South wind. Commenced in the west end of our work between the river and rail road. The Mesquite, Baptist Church was swung around about twelve feet yesterday by the wind. We...
    • 1899, May 10

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    • Wed. May 10, 1899: Ther. very warmº., Wea. s. wind, clear. We worked on the fence on the side hill at the lower end of the Moncur field (Denmark) Thursday 11: Ther. extra warmº., Wea. clear, S. Wind We continued working on the fence. at B.M....
    • 1914, Mar 18

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    • Wed. Mar. 18, 1914: Ther. Warm Wea. Clear White clouds P.M. Hauled some timber and put up a corral at end of stable Went teaching at Walter Ruesche’s. Thursday 19: Ther. Warm. Wea. Hazy pm Chopping cedars & Pines for the road at the Orange...
    • 1900, Jan 10

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    • Wed. Jan. 10, 1900: Ther. 30., 50., Wea. Clear. Dan & I went up the river and got two loads of poles. I harrowed a piece of land by the footlog after I got back. Thursday 11: Ther. 32., 54., Wea. light clouds. worked on the rock road by the clear...
    • 1904, Feb 24

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    • Wed. Feb. 24, 1904: Ther. Cool W. wind., Wea. Thin clouds, Snowed the sheep near the top of the Nixon Mountain, came back to the south end of Sunflower Flat near Sink Valley. 17) Thursday 25: Ther. Cool., Wea. Wind., Cloudy. Ptly. cldy Moved down...
    • 1899, Dec 27

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    • Wed. Dec. 27, 1899: Ther. 38´., 8 am. Wea. clear. Dan & I chopped cotton woods at the lower end of the field. Thursday 28: Ther. warm., Wea. clear, We went to the Scalp picnic and had a game of ball after noon. Went to the scalp dance had a very...
    • 1904, Aug 10

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    • Wed. Aug. 10, 1904: Ther. Warm., Wea. Clouds. George Cole killed a Desert Mustang near the Eight Mile Ridge. A heavy shower to the east brought large floods down all the washes. 48) Thursday 11: Ther. Pleasant., Wea. Ptly. cldy Sprinkle. Camped at...

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