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    • 1899, May 1

    • 1899, May 1
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    • Mon. May 1, 1899: Ther. 1-30 pm. 48º., Wea. showery, hauled a little hay back of the barn also a load of [curse] from the sand bottom melon ground. Tuesday 2: Ther. 10-30 am. 48º., Wea. clouds going s. J.A. Winder, J.R. Crawford & I started for...
    • Page 140

    • Page 140
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    • filled it with grain that summer. That wa5 the only time they ever planted anything. there. They fenced everything in to protect the crops from the animals. The garden produced very well. Henry didn't get hack until after school had let out late in...
    • 1899, Jun 12

    • 1899, Jun 12
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    • Mon. June 12, 1899: Ther. hotº., Wea. windy, clear. I came home from the ranch, was about 10 ½ hours on the way come via. Bullock Trail Tuesday 13: Ther. 11 am. 86º., Wea. clear We finished hauling the hay from the big piece at the point, and...
    • 1908, Mar 29

    • 1908, Mar 29
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    • Sun. March 29, 1908: Wind clds I attended S. School and Band practise Mon. 30: High wind clds Jim and I are Baling hay for our Land tonight Dance at Springdale Tues. 31: Wind Fixing our wagons up. Wed. April 1: Clear Windy Jim and I started for...
    • Page 164

    • Page 164
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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...
    • 1899, Jun 15

    • 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 165

    • Page 165
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    • The flood that Henry referred to was the crowning blow for the Iron Works. It swept over the site, completely submerging the equipment and buildings, and carried away some of the property. Also, with the diversion dam washed out, there was no water...
    • 1899, Jun 18

    • 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...
    • Page 146

    • Page 146
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    • Lehi M. was old enough to be able to round the cows into the corral and the girls helped with the milking. Every two or three days, a new cow was hrought in to be h~uken milk. Henrietta would rope the cow and to tie her to a post and proceed to...
    • Page 148

    • Page 148
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    • Everyone in the Jones family worked hard because it was a necessity. Henrietta was no exception, she could drive four horses as good as any man. When the family moved to town from 3-Creeks in the fall of 1904, school had started. Will was the only...
    • 1898, Mar 8

    • 1898, Mar 8
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    • Tues. Mar. 8, 1898: Wea. Morning very cloudy, cleared off after a while. I went through the Temple and got my endowments after which I was Baptised for 92 of the dead attended mutual Wednesday 9: Wea. south wind heavy clouds in the sky I went...
    • 1899, Jul 12

    • 1899, Jul 12
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    • Wed. July 12, 1899: Ther. 77º., 100º., Wea. partly cloudy. clouded up and began thundering and sprinkling about 10 pm. We harvested a little wheat hauled some hay from acrost the river. Thursday 13: Ther. 70º., 94º., Wea. a light rain after...

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