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    • 7 into the American education system. School gardens had the greatest success when there was government support. School gardens were consistently viewed as a beneficial teaching tool. Historical barriers to school gardens have continued to create...
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    • Exemplifying the rapid growth of the B.A.C. the Ag. Dept. has recently been enlarged to include several third year classes. It is now possible for agricultural students to obtain a B.S. degree with only one year in a senior college. Classes offered...
    • 1914, cash account 1

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    • Cash Account. January.: Date. Received. Paid. 1 300 lbs corn 6.00 1 Donated to Missionary Elias Gifford 1.00 1 on membership in Genealogical society for J.R.C. 1.00 3 Comfort 2 years .30 Up-to Date Farming .35 6 Olive Oil .50 6 Lye 20 soap...
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    • JOSEPH T . WILKINSON Biography 1847 - 1919 Joseph T . Wilkinson was born in Manchester. England March 26, 1847. His f a t h e r , Charles Wilkinson, a n d mother, Sarah Hughes Wilkinson, together with t h e t h r e e childrenJoseph Thomas, Sara J a...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 48 Many of the respondents to this interview shared similar thoughts regarding local radio news, that it was "invaluable" (M. Skinner, personal communication, November 20, 2013), "immeasurable" (S. Pierce,...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 46 talked with us. They just want to put us in a slot so they can justify their ideas and papers which are incorrect and wrong. The words “Fremont” and “Anasazi” is similar to how a white man uses a swear word. It is...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 54 It took eight DJs to be a radio station; we now run five stations with four DJs, and that's around the clock. Every time we have added a station we have increased our efficiency . . . and under the old...
    • 1914, letters 1

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    • Letters.: Rec’d. Name. Answered. 1-3 l. Bank of St. George 1-3 L. Up-to-Date Farming 1-6 02 1-6 B.C. Bean 1-19 02 1-6 l M.W. & Co 1-? E.C. Bean 1-7 02 107 plll MW & Co 1-18 card 1-20 p H.W. Buckbee 1-7 02 1-8 cat. H. Field Seed Co 1-11 p...
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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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    • The following was taken from the writings of Joseph Fish: Brother Lunt had just amived (spring of 1888) from Utah, he having come out to avoid the prosecutions for polygamy, and we were going up to get him located for the time being. He was going...
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    • AC.CLUB The Agricultural Club holds a great place of consequence in this school as in any school and its aim, that of fostering better farming, is a most worthy one. Agriculture, standing as it does as the funda-mental and most important of the...
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    • This year [1888] Bishop Lunt removed to Mexico and, at a special meeting held at Cedar City on Fnday, December 21, 1888, attended by Apostle John W. Taylor, Wrn. Henry Cony was unanimously sustained as Bishop of Cedar City with Unah Treharne Jones...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 41 a woman stayed at home, she was submitting herself to a role of oppression, and was thus not considered a feminist. This answer clearly frustrated the women because the sweeping belief that every woman in the home is oppressed...
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    • This year [1888] Bishop Lunt removed to Mexico and, at a special meeting held at Cedar City on Fnday, December 21, 1888, attended by Apostle John W. Taylor, Wm. Henry Cony was unanimously sustained as Bishop of Cedar City with Unah Treharne Jones...
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    • CEDAR CITY TABERNACLE Erected in 1885 At the Spring Conference, held in 1886, the meetings were held in the new Tabernacle. Location: 10 North Main and Water Street (Center). May 17, 1882..."John Chatterley, and others, submitted a petition to the...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 78 to the local audience and local community in which it serves. And for radio to be attuned to that community, the radio "should be a companion, should be my best friend" (H. Johnson, personal communication,...
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    • Grandma Lunt held the lantern high over her head while Henrietta operated the gun. Henrietta fired a volley in the direction of the bear which, undoubtedly missed him, but she succeeded in frightening him away, which is all they really intended...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 80 keep coming to us. It's a matter of trust" (N. Larrimore, personal communication, November 5, 2013). Radio cannot take the listener for granted. Radio must cultivate a loyal and emotional bond with its...
    • Chapter 14 - Page 93

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    • Lchi and IIenrietta homestead near Miner's Peak. Stories connected with hfiner's Peak. Joneses start building a home. Lehi elected to Cedar City Council. Saxe T. Jones appointed Postniistress. Lehi made Seventy and elected Mayor. Lehi and...

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