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    • Chapter 9 - Page 57

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    • T h e C+op Cattle C!nmpnny. Davc Bulloch and I x h i . rustling. Cattle I n the fall of 1877, Lehi Jones and his brothers b e p to look after the C b o p Cattle and worked with them for five )-ears. This was soon after they finished with the mail...
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    • The Iron Works was not going ahead nearly as fast as they all had hoped and on Sunday, November 14, George A. Smith called a council of the brethren after church meeting for the purpose of inviting them to express their feelings about their...
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    • Henry was able to get two pairs of boots and a few other items &omthe merchandise that Richards and Snow had brought with them for the Cedar City saints. These goods added to the comfort of the needy brethren and sisters. On Wednesday, December 1,...
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    • ofthe mountains were blessed with an array of trained laborers. This was a vital factor in the success of the Mormons as color~izers.~ Experienced workers had been sent to southern Utah to help in the manufacture of iron, but they were encountering...
    • Page 116

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    • instructed Brother Nephi Johnson, Indian interpreter, and Brother Wood to go to the Utah's camp and tell them that if they would get the pony back again and bring the boy that stole it, we would pay them for their trouble. And, if they would not do...
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    • Works and explained things to them as well as I could. Walker seemed very much pleased and interested with the Works Henry wrote a letter to George A. Smith on February 1I, 1853, telling of the conditions in Cedar City and describing the events...
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    • We feel to urge upon all who desire to build up Zioq and have capital in their hands, to appropriate a portion to strengthen the operations of the Iron Company. There is ample room for profitable investment of capital. Iron can be made in Utah, for...
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    • top of the flour sack while at the sheepherd. Because of this ability, Uriah was nicknamed "Graham Cake" by "Poots" Walker.' Lehi not only could fix thinp with baling wire, he learned to be resourceful and could manufacture or fix almost anything....
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    • Some mention of the problems of prohibition in the Cedar City area was made in a letter written by Ann's husband, Bert Gardner, shortly before he died, to Will Jones while he was on a mission in Australia. As Bert indicates in part of the letter...
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    • Lunt then arose and prophesied in the name of the Lord that the saints in these mountains, who would live faithful, would have al1 the clothing they needed before long. Minutes taken by Ellen Lunt, Secretary December 10, 1857: Relief Society...
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    • following are the minutes of the meeting held August 12, 1858: The members met at the meeting house two o'clock p.m.on Thursday. Sister A. Haight gave the meeting into the hands of Brother Henry Lunt, he being present. Opened the meeting by...
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    • Grandfather's team for the long joumey to the valley of the Great Salt Lake consisted of a yoke of oxen and cows. The company that they joined was known as the Independent Immigration Company as each family owned its own outfit independent of the...
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    • and a very important one it is, as every teacher who has tned it must confess. Our choir, under the patronage and encouragement of our leaders, still improves. They gave a concert during the winter which was very satisfactory. Our city fathers have...
    • Page 275

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    • need not enumerate here, but Bishop Lunt's own expenence is illustrative of these difficulties--he has built five houses since he went there in 1851, the frequent change of location [of the city] and other causes requinng him to do so. But, it is...
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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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