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    • Higbee, Klingensmith (P.K. Smith) or Lee--was $5,000.' Henry was sent to the southem settlements to preach and thus help with the spiritual needs of the senlers. He wrote the following in his journai afler he returned: April 1859: 1 bought a linle...
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    • 12 The researchers found there were some students who really enjoyed the project and learned a lot from it and those who completed it just for the grade. The researchers suggested that the project was most beneficial if the student could really...
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    • What little was eamed in the way of cash was promptly used to purchase consumer goods, pay the transportation of immigrants, and buy supplies and equipment for farms and shops. There was a real scarcity of money i Utah. The task of the tithing...
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    • Excerpts from Cedar City Council Minutes Jan. 6 , 1 9 3 0 . . .City Council met in regular session. Present: Mayor Eugene Christensen and Councilmen Wood and Biederman of the outgoing administration. Also, Recorder James Urie, and Councilmen E. M ....
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    • resources already out there. I use the iPad mostly with reading. Students can look up information and books or articles of interest and they can read narrative texts easily there. I use the iPads mostly with writing. Even in the reading class, we...
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    • I1Teri City, cer. transfer I December choice. ex eda bov YC OW ISAAC C. HAIGHT HOME 106 East 200 North Location: Plat B. Block 38, Lot 10 (Corner of "High Street" and "North Street") This home was adjacent to the Iron Works, later the Liberty P...
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    • Sept. 1 6 . 1855 ...An Ordinance granting Isaac C. Haight a n d James Simpkins t h e privilege t o build a woolen factory and other machinery in Cedar City. ( T h e y were given t h e r i g h t to use the water running in t h e tailrace of Snow a n...
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    • EFFECTS OF BACKGROUND MUSIC 8 need (Wigram &Gold, 2006). From ancient times, people have had the idea that music can express emotion. Some also believe that music can actually produce emotion. These two different ideas may help explain the...
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    • EFFECTS OF BACKGROUND MUSIC 11 communication skills. “Music is a medium that involves a complex range of expressive qualities, dynamic form and dialogue, an offers a means by which some form of alternative communication can be established to help...
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    • WOODBURY: My dear friends: I hardly know where to hegiri and where to end. As way indicated by the chairman, I have been more-or-less associated with Brother Lehi for at least 40 years. I came to Cedar City in '93 as a school teacher in the public...
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    • EFFECTS OF BACKGROUND MUSIC 13 which over-arousal leads to a deterioration in performance” (Hallam, Price, & Katsarou, 2002). When there is an activity that does not require a lot of stimulation, music can be a great asset to keep performance high....
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    • read - "The good that men do lives after them and influences the lives of generations yet unknown." In that, it seems to me there is a lot of eucouragement for this generation to live wisely and decently. There is something in that thought to...
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    • HENRY L U N T HOME 1902 First East and 100 North This home was built on Lot 15 - Block 37 on 'High Street1, Plat IB, Cedar City, Utah. keir daughter, ~ a u d eMatheson (telegrapher) , holding ild, Duayne. To the right are her girls, Violet and...
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    • 26 Chapter 5 Discussion There will always be struggling readers of varying degrees and abilities. The 1974 court decision of Lau vs. Nichols forced action to be taken by all school districts in the United States, making sure that all students would...
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    • away, people would sometimes send for the prearhcr and ask him for whom the hell tolled, and the preacher would say to them that the bell tolled for everyone. "No man is an i l a n d entire to itself", he said, "every man is a piece of the...

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