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    • 1899, May 4

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    • Thurs. May 4, 1899: Ther. very warm Wea. thin clouds we left camp at the creek above Rock Canyon about 8 am. nooned at the Co-op got to the L. Meadow just before dark. Friday 5: Ther. cooler. Wea. thin clouds. Jake & I went to the Danish ranch and...
    • 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....
    • 1899, May 13

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    • Sat. May 13, 1899: Ther. cooler. Wea. light clouds, high wind. Jake & I went to town and got some flour & seed corn also traded a little in the store at Orderville Sunday 14: Ther. coolº., Wea. high wind, light clouds, We went up to R.B....
    • 1899, May 16

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    • Tues. May 16, 1899: Ther. coolº., Wea. s. wind, clear. We worked on the fence again, S. Larson came out from home over the trail. Wednesday 17: Ther. coolº., Wea. south wind as usual, clear. I went to the L. Meadow fore noon. We chopped timber...
    • 1899, May 22

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    • Mon. May 22, 1899: Ther. warmº., Wea. hazy, light clouds, Jake plowed in corn most all day. I fixed the lower partition fence also the outside fence a little. I promised R.B. Moncur 7 steers at $16.25 per head. $113.75 Tuesday 23: Ther. warmº.,...
    • Page 412

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    • and joy to contemplate that, if we continue true and faithful to the end, we shall meet again in a more glorious state and all teas will be wiped away and our love for our God and Creator and al1 tmth and each other wiii be intensit
    • 1899, May 25

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    • Thurs. May 25, 1899: Ther. warmº., Wea. clear most of day. We went and skinned a cow below Hack’s Canyon also skinned the one we brought down yesterday, and sold them to Rob Moncur @ $1.00 each Rob paid for steers $113.75/100 Friday 26: Ther....
    • Page 137

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    • week for board and room. Ann's husband, Robert S. (Bert) Gardner, was a hoarder at their house and this is how they met. The girls helped with all the housework including washing, ironing, and sewing. Everything was made by hand because, in those...
    • 1899, May 28

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    • Sun. May 28, 1899: Ther. pleasant’., Wea. nearly clear, light clouds pm. I spent most of the day reading The Improvement Era and Deseret News although I have no late news. W.L. Crawford, Danish Ranch,(Copenhagen) Kane Co., Utah. Monday 29: ...
    • Page 414

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    • this far off land of Mexico and separated from so many of our family that we so dearly love, which are separated f?om [us] by such a long distance. But, this life is short at the longest and the generation to which 1 belong wiii soon al1 be passed...
    • 1899, May 31

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    • Wed. May 31, 1899: Ther. pleasant but windy, Wea. 8 pm looked like storm I went and changed the water at the L.M. We took the team and finished the fence up the point east of the house at Copenhagen. Thursday, June 1: Ther. 7-30 am. coolº., Wea....
    • Page 195

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    • July 2 1 , 1 9 1 3 . . .Tax levy of 22 mills was adopted. Committee appointed to investigate Barnhurst s p r i n g near Five Lakes, reported that the water r u n s from the Spring into the Creek in Right Hand Canyon across what is known as Coke...
    • 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. ...
    • Page 168

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    • dedicated on Christmas day, which day will long be remembered among us. In the morning the Indians [Pihedes], to the amount of some 300, women and children included, gathered into the Fort. We preached to them in their own language and made them a...
    • Page 203

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    • instructed to hire two men and a team to assist the Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph in trimming and removing trees along Main Street for the line to be placed 1 8 feet from the property lines. Oct. 1 . 1 9 1 4 ... Librarian's salary was...
    • Page 209

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    • May 4. 1 9 1 6 . . .Thomas Stapley declined the appointment as Dog Tax Collector. Carl Burkholder was appointed. Marshal was instructed to notify people that ditches will not be allowed across sidewalks and that pipe o r box flumes must be...
    • 1899, Jul 27

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    • Thurs. July 27, 1899: Ther. 74´., 100º., Wea. partly cloudy. John Ruesch & I worked on the public part of the upper ditch acrost the river fore noon. We hauled 2 loads hay from sand bottom 1 from the point pm. Friday 28: Ther. 76´., 94´., Wea....
    • 1914, Jan 31

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    • Sat. Jan. 31, 1914: Ther. Pleasant, Wea. Clear most all day. Working on the partition fence between my lot and John’s. am Sunday, Feb. 1: Ther. Cool Wea. cldy till after noon. We went to town too late for meeting. Got the Bishopric to bless our...
    • 1898, Apr 1

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    • Fri. April 1, 1898: Ther. 6 am cold 9 am warm, Wea. clear. Johny & Jake started down over the Bend 8-30 am. We grubbed and burnt quite a patch of sage brush, 3 pm. thin clouds. Saturday 2: Ther. warm Wea. cloudy We cleared some sage land and...
    • 1899, Aug 11

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    • Fri. Aug. 11, 1899: Ther. pleasant, Wea. quite cloudy cut and grubbed brush for Rob ½ day Saturday 12: Ther. warm, Wea. wind from west clouds helped Will & BY. Jolley haul two loads of hay. went to Carmel. saw Uncle Moses, Uncle John Hall aunt...

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