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    • 1916 24

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    • "Look, he i winding the watch of his wit; By and by it will strike." DURHAlI.l MORRIS "The heights hy great men reached and kept Were not attained by sudĀ­den fligh t, But they, while their comĀ­panions slept, Were toiling" upward in...
    • mcbooki339p256a: Early-Day Milford

    • Beaver County, Utah--History
    • Photo of Milford's earliest bands, posed in front of the old Smithson Hotel, now the Shay Zabriskie apartment house and recreation parlor. Left ot right: Charles Adams, Robert Carr, Joseph Bigler, John Wright, George Robinson, D. A. Tanner,...
    • Page 59

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    • Board of Directors of said institution, setting forth t h e unusually high price for licenses in merchandising in Cedar City and asking t h e Council to reduce t h e same on a p a r with neighboring cities doing similar business. Also, they called...
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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...
    • Chapter 2 - Page 5

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    • Brief hiatmy of Thumna Jones and his convel-siox to L.D.S. Church, after which he comer to .America. Brief history of Sage 'Trcharne and hrr family joining I,.D.S. church and sailing to America. An account of the stay at Kanesville or Council...
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    • Later Thon~as'sfather lost his eyesight. Thonias was the fifth child in a family of seven, friur sisten and two I~rothers. When Thomas was 20 years of ase, lie was conlarted hy the I..D.S. missionaries and Ileca~r~c interested in the I I o r n ~ n...
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    • Beuna Vista leavirlg Liverpool Fch. 25, 1849, under the direction of Elder Dan Jones, with 249 \Vclch S a i n t on hoard.' Their destination wnc New Orlea~is, Louisiana, in the United Stntrs of .\merica. Thomas Jeremy, m e of the company, dcseribed...
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    • T h e work on the State House progressed so rapidly that the walls were completed by December. However, it wasn't until Dec. 1855, three years lxter, that the I~uildiug was completed, at a cost of $32,000. 'I'he p(1rtion that \vas finished was over...
    • Chapter 3 - Page 13

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    • T h e first settlers in Cedar City and the building of the Old Fort. Early hietory of iron works. Threat of Indian uprising. Livins in old fort. Death of first child. Alma. Picture, Deseret Iron Cornparry. Picture, TheComrnunity Bell. T h e site...
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    • center then became a farmyard or cattle corral. The water of Coal Creek flowed undcr the wall and through the north side of the enclosure and was utilized for a grist n~ill and other industries. Another field was surveyed and clcared dose by;...
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    • communication other than pony express, and the ride entailed a round trip of 560 miles which the messenger accomplished in six days. This, however, took too much valuable time, as the wicked and unjustiiiat~le deed had been committed before...
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    • boys had done this, they knocked on the door and, each time the man tried to open it, the donkey automatically pulled back and banged it shut while the boys watched from their hiding place.'' ' *Jones tape recording. . . . L. M. Joncs. Utah"....
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    • camps was the product of many small farms and dairies combined. Few families had enough surplus to justify a trip on their own. In 1870. Iron Ciounty had 264 farms, most of them composed of less than 10 acres. Consequently, shipping to the mines...
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    • Iron County, and perhaps the other southern counties likewise, commissioned these guards as deputy county sheriffs, and that did put a little "crimp" in the thieving operations. Thirty-eight men were convicted of grand larceny in the District Court...
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    • the herds in the valley and take them to their hangout and slaughter them and haul the beef to Pioche, Nevada. The ranchers finally reached a point of desperation where they felt they could not operate under these conditions any longer, and decided...
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    • The April Conference of the churrh convened in the St George Temple. People gathered from all parts, where the church membership had spread. The rornpleted l~uilding was dedicated April 6, 1877, the prayer being offered by Daniel H. b'ells,...
    • Chapter 11 - Page 67

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    • Marria~e Lehi Jones and Henrietta Lun:. IIenrietta wrote alwut of hecorning Retrenchment President. Picture, St. George Temple. Henrietta Lunt told her children that there was a considcral)le amount of criticism when she started going with Lehi...
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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,...
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    • J d e d i a h Tones married. Kunren and ~ e h takins care of cattle. i Exploring party ]pave3 for San Juan. Komen's account of Hole-in-theRock trek, etr. Jedediah, Lehi's younger brother, married Ellen Eva Wilson Lunt, Henrietta's younger sister,...
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    • had left four days before and we felt that our fervent prayers had been heard and answered hy the kind Father above. My horse, 'Frank' lead us out of our lost condition toward camp before the storm broke, show ing us the superior instinct of...

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