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    • History of the B.A. C. "GREAT thing have small beginnings." So it is written in all the books, and so it repeats itself and is acted out year after year in everything. The B. A. C. is no exception. In 1913 the Legislature of the great State of Utah...
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    • Sun. Dec. 31, 1905: Ther. Cold. Wea. Cloudy We held a sacrament meeting here this afternoon. We had a heavy fog till about noon when it broke away, is still cloudy around the horizon. I have labored with seven companions this year viz. Elders...
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    • CHARLES M. HEYBORNE Biography 1848 - 1935 Charles McMillan Heyborne was born in Launceston, Van Demansland, Tasmania, on t h e 21st of J a n u a r y , 1848, t h e son of John and Sarah Ann McMillan Heyborne. His f a t h e r was an English officer...
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    • URIAH TREHARNE JONES Biography 1861 - 1929 Uriah T r e h a r n e Jones was born Feb. 11, 1861 in Cedar City. Iron County, Utah, t h e son of Thomas and Sage Treharne Jones. He had a twin s i s t e r , Sarah Ann, and they were the youngest of a...
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    • July 11, 1914 ...The Parent's Classes from the East and West Wards were appointed to arrange for the celebration of Pioneer's Day on July 24, 1914. Aug. 3. 1914.. .Special session to consider workmanship of the water system extension (redwood...
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    • century is often not realized. Late in 1868 a cooperative mercantile institution was established which had grown by the t u r n of the century to include a gristmill, a sawmill, and a t a n n e r y , all community-owned, and doing a business of...
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    • general look first rate. I have a piece of barley nearly ready to harvest. The following persons are leaving this place contrary to counsel: Daniel and Alexander Ross and Evan Evans and family. There is a good spirit in our midst--no sickness, and...
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    • arrived in Cedar City on July 1st with his wife and children. While traveling, the Indians stole a cow and two calves from him and wounded two others. Since he and his family made the trip alone, Henry stated: "A very thoughtless foolish piece of...
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    • was very wet, and I did not have a very comfortable night's lodging. The next morning Henry brought a load of stone coal to the blacksmith's shop where a meeting was held with the brethren in charge of iron, and some business was transacted...
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    • Henry and Ellen, along with the rest of the Stake Presidency, dined with the John D. Lees. At two o'clock the trumpet sounded again to gather the people together. There was dancing until midnight interspersed with singing, comic readings, and...
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    • the Indian himself at sundown. We told him, through the boy, a great many things about who their fathers were. The Indians worked with the settlers. August 13, 1852: Labored for the Iron Works hauhg loads of adobes, one load of fire clay and one...
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    • that Harrison can get any of the men to work under him. He has almost entirely lost the confidence of the Saints. Sunday, September 12: Gave counsel to the brethren that the Iron Works had better stand still for a day or two until something would...
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    • satisfactonly. Brother Richard Hanison of this place was present, aman of long expenence in molding iron i England, and he pronounced the iron No. 1. Their n blast is blown by a small steam engine imported from the east at considerable cost. The...

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