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    • PARADE IN CEDAR CITY After World War I May 2 1 , 1919 Main Street, looking northeast. "Soldier's day a big success." (From Iron County Record of May 23, 1919) "Parade, meeting, banquet, and ball. Dancing at B . A . C . and Ward Hall. Parade led by...
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    • Nov. 1 4 , 1955.. .Special session to canvass the election held November 8. Results a s follows: ( 1 4 voting districts) City Councilmen: James Heywood Sam Gentry Grant Seegmiller Write-ins 1068 1043 1039 88 votes votes votes votes L Registered...
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    • City, so the population grew very quickly. The residents looked forward in anticipation to each new company because, not only were they glad to see relatives and friends who had followed, but they always brought mail with them from Kanesville which...
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    • mission." In the morning the company split up to examine all aspects of the valley as to water, soil, and facilities for farming. The group, consisting of ten men, drove through the cottonwood valley and came to a small ridge of mountains on the...
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    • not agree with night meetings, there are plenty of days for us to do business without turning night into day. When night comes, the body is fatigued and needs rest. We have a great deal to overcome in this place, and we have need to be on our guard...
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    • The Iron Works was not going ahead nearly as fast as they all had hoped and on Sunday, November 14, George A. Smith called a council of the brethren after church meeting for the purpose of inviting them to express their feelings about their...
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    • all rejoice together and be glad. I promised them a dance which was to commence at 3 o'clock on that afternoon. Brother George Wood expressed a desire to be rebaptized and wished for me to baptize him tomorrow at noon. Nephi Johnson, John Nelson,...
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    • acquaintance of Ellen. They made us very welcome and we talked over many things and retired to rest as the sweet strains of music kom the brass band serenaded the city. Henry and Ellen attended meeting in the Tabernacle on Sunday, April 3, and...
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    • Erastus Snow preached a delighthl discourse which caused the hearts of the people to rejoice. After the meeting was dismissed, the brethren were requested to ''tarry'' to transact some business. The meeting lasted until 4:00 a.m. Henry kept the...
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    • and had no meat and would be very glad if I would have my people give them some flour and potatoes. I said that I would. He had the large [peace] pipe charged and we smoked all around, some twenty braves, the pipe of peace. I then left and attended...
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    • increased the labors and hardships of the settlers.' This new plot was organized into wards during the meeting on Sunday, August 2 1, 1853. The speakers were Patriarch E. H. Groves, Major John D. Lee, and President Henry Lunt. Ward One was south of...
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    • a large and prosperous business. When I first left B~rmingham 1850, he predicted that I would return in in rags and tatters like the prodigal son, but in this he found himselfvery much mistaken. When I entered his place of business, as soon as he...
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    • office and got a money order for six pounds and sent it to Brother Franklin D. Richards at Liverpool to pay him back the money he loaned me for my clothes, feeling very thanlcll to our Heavenly Father for opening up my way so soon and unexpectedly....
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    • satisfaction to Henry after the meeting about what he had said about the Church]. The Deseret Territorial Fair was taking place in Salt Lake at the time the emigration companies anived. Henry was interested in the exhibit of manufactured articles,...
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    • place, during which time 1 have never felt to tum back or regret the step 1 have taken. Since this Church was organizer;, relentless persecution has followed the Saints. The present 'Cullom's Biii' brings a passage of scripture forcibly to my mind...
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    • . that he didn't come out and make-believe to do so. The leader, a well-built and, for a Ute, rather handsome man, could speak a few words of MexicanSpanish. He bore a name comrnon to many chiefs in Utah, but not then known to fame. He was a, but...
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    • interested in the accumulation of weaith than thev were in living their religion. People were fighting among themselves, until it became so senous that the entire Church records were taken across the Colorado River to keep them safe. President...
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    • loved so well. They are kind old people and do al1 in their power to make us comfortable. Soon afier our arrival here, we were informed of the death of a favorite uncle of Aunt Ellen's near Liverpool. On learning of our arrival ffom America, we...

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