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    • 1904, page 11

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    • 11 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. The student body of the Branch Normal is self-governing. An organization known is the "Branch Normal School City" has been effected, its functions being similar to those, of cities of the first class. Through...
    • Page 307

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    • was i n s t r u c t e d t o draw u p an ordinance prohibiting a n y more garages a n d service stations going u p on Main S t r e e t , between Center S t r e e t and First North. Oct. 20, 1938 ...Attorney Shay recommended t h a t Cedar City p r e...
    • Page 484

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    • developed and built it up. When a post office was established some years later, the name was changed from Johnson's Springs to Enoch. Johnson's Springs was settled about 1852 or 1853. At an early period, many industries were started . throughout...
    • Page xii

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    • father died eig:ht ycars ago, to care for his younger brothers and sister and try to earn a little money here and there to keep the small ten acre farm goill:. Lchi had tried to 11eas helpful as possible, chopping wood for peoplc m d helping out in...
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    • voin in 18.:!1 rmdrr grrat odds. Hmwver. N;imoo flouriilird and lx~.iilnc a l~r:~utiful, w:Il-q~vernr~d \\ith ~ x e ?0,000 i n l ~ ~ t l ) i t m t'l'he \Iari.ity i s,~ mons were :i thrifty class ( ~ f peoplc who 1i;rd leal-nctl inventiveness and...
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    • ticks and buckskin were made to serve as clothing materials, nntil sheep became more plentiful. Anything the people had to spare was traded to the Indians for huckskin which could he used for clothing and moccasins. The people made everything they...
    • Chapter 4 - Page 21

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    • During these years since the Mormons had settled the Utah 'I'crritory, there had heen continuous friction between the Mormon pioneer leaders and the U. S. Government. Two federal appointees who caused the most trouble, arrived in Salt Lake City in...
    • Page 55

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    • had eluded him and his men on the first trip. He made many topographic and geological sumeys of much of the Colorado River Basin.' Major Powell stayed at the Lunt Hotel when passing through Cedar City, while making these explorations. On sevcral...
    • Page 58

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    • accumulated sornc cattle of their own and no longer felt it necessary to lease these cattle, Lehi and his younger brothers leased them. They received a percentage of the cattle as p a p e n t for their work. By receiving about 215 of the calves...
    • Page 69

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    • Lehi and Henrietta were married.' Lehi's father, Thomas, was endowed hefore he and Sage were married, but for some reason, records indicate they they were not sealed to each other until three years after their marriage. They were married Oct. 28,...
    • Page 71

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    • ladies of the Relief Society for advice and suggestions. I will not attempt to say what good was accomplished." "In the !ear 1876 the name was changed from Retrenchment to Mutual Improvement Association. The name implied what it was first intended...
    • Page 79

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    • reported as follows: first, it would be out of the question for the company to attempt to gct through this route; second, with some assistance from the Legislature which was about to convene and the united effort , of all in c a n ~ pthe company...
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    • the purpose of this story, just a few points will be noted. The great majority went to work in earnest and a good healthy Christian atmosphere prevailed in the camp. The Sabbath was observed at all times and under all conditions. Every evening...
    • Page 87

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    • with quaking aspen poles, a pole corral for the cows, and two adjacent pens for the calves. T h e cows grazed the pul~lic domain during the day, whilr the calves were kept in the pasture. Each afternoon the cows were rounded up and hrought to the...
    • Page 101

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    • intended to take them out there and exchange them for sheep. We went by way of Bear Valley, down the Sevier River, then turned East up Grass Valley up to Koosharem. At this point, we have a very bad snowstorm, about eighteen inches deep." (Lehi...
    • Page 102

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    • San Juan River. Our cattle were sore-footed and worn out, and some of them had got quite thin, so we decided to leave them for the winter in White Canyon. bout fifteen miles from the River." (This is just west of the Bridges Kational Monument)...
    • Page 103

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    • from this City at as early a date as Tuesday, 7th February, 1888. Please let us know, :it your earlicst convenience, what your feelings are with rc,yard to this call. Your brother in the Gospel, Wilford Woodruff. P.S. Please have your Bishop...
    • Page 104

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    • no travel by way of Pine Creek and Wildcat Canyon for weeks. The travel went down the canyon west of Milford - so I did not know what to do. My horses were worn out, and to make that big circle would delay me for days. I finally decided to try it...
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    • building) But, this was not all. When the teacher's payroll was submitted to the state for payment the latter part of December, the Attorney General ruled that the conditions had not been complied with and the Ward Hall did not meet the...
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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...

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