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    • 1903, page 15

    • 1903, page 15
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    • 15 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. condition within one year; otherwise the subject must be taken again in class. No student will be allowed to register for more than eighteen hours of class work per week, except by vote of the...
    • 1899, Aug 23

    • 1899, Aug 23
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    • Wed. Aug. 23, 1899: Ther. noon 84º., warm, at Orderville, Wea. clear. I went to Orderville to tell Uncle Oliver about the drive on Kolob next week. took dinner with him and Uncle Crisses folks, went back to Rob’s ranch. Thursday 24: Ther....
    • 1901, Feb 22

    • 1901, Feb 22
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    • Fri. Feb. 22, 1901: Ther. Warm., Wea. Clouds, I walked over to do the feeding this morning rode a mule that a sheep herder had this evening. I am feeding sixty two head of cattle now at T.M. ane one here. 5) Saturday 23: Ther. Cooler., Wea. Thin...
    • 1912, Mar 11

    • 1912, Mar 11
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    • Mon. Mar. 11, 1912: Ther. Cool- Wea. Clouds- traveling a little S. of East Trimming the ash timber on the sand-bottom. The timber we fell Jan. 10th Tuesday 12: Ther. Cool & Cloudy Wea. Raining about 6 pm I got Sammy to help me drive my 3 year old...
    • 1912, Mar 23

    • 1912, Mar 23
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    • Sat. Mar. 23, 1912: Ther. Clear Wea. Pleasant Working my three year old mare today for the first time, except to have her on the wagon for a short drive, I sowed, harrowed and furrowed out an acre of wheat Sunday 24: Ther. Pleasant Wea. clear...
    • 1914, Apr 11

    • 1914, Apr 11
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    • Sat. April 11, 1914: Ther. Pleasant Wea. Cldy sprinkle. Helped drag Johny’s gray mare off she died in the night. Hauled manure and plowed in some potatoes Sunday 12: Ther. Warm Wea. Clear Attended Sunday School, came home and wrote letters
    • Page 90

    • Page 90
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    • Pugmire told Henry that he believed that Brother Bosnell was guilty of the things his daughter accused him of, and he had found evidence to prove it. They agreed to make further inquiry Jesse Lewis and Betsy Pugmire were manied by Henry Lunt on...
    • Page 148

    • Page 148
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    • bread. The night was cold, especially since "some of the boys had neither coat nor vest." The next morning, after they had traveled about seven miles, they found the thieve's campfire, which was still burning. It wasn't long before they caught up...
    • Page 359

    • Page 359
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    • took the rest of us i the family buggy. We overtook the n wagon near Green's Lake, part way up the mountain. George was perched upon a rock taking a last look at our native town. 1 weU remember how he cursed al1 nature 'black and blue' at the...
    • Page 361

    • Page 361
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    • team and 1 brought up the rear on my pony. The leaders were dnven loose. Will preferred to trust old "Dick" and "Frank" [the horses] to handle the wagon over the dangerous Backbone. Two tnps were required to see our out
    • Page 387

    • Page 387
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    • Wilson Lunt, their son, and wife, Rosanna Naegle Lunt], a kiss for Johnny [their baby, 7 months oldl--in short, God bless you all. 1 guess poor Randle [Mary Ann's fourth child] is as busy as ever this hot weather. Remember me to Kate [Catherine,...
    • Page 414

    • Page 414
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    • this far off land of Mexico and separated from so many of our family that we so dearly love, which are separated f?om [us] by such a long distance. But, this life is short at the longest and the generation to which 1 belong wiii soon al1 be passed...
    • Page xii

    • 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...
    • Page 38

    • Page 38
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    • mons in Utah and the law-disdaining wild western inhabitants of Nevada. However, they wcre mutually dependent on each other in a very real and vital way. 'l'rading was a necessity to both. The only available market of the southern Utah settlenients...
    • Page 118

    • Page 118
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    • approximately eighteen months . A state of droutb ensued, and Lehi and Dave lost many animals. They were forced to move the cattle out of "Pipe" to various places in order to find more feed. They trailed 2.400 head Inck to Cedar City and on out to...
    • Page 176

    • Page 176
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    • Taken about 1904 Oriah Leigh, colt named "Little Buck" caught in the Antelope Hills, Will Jones on "Kitty," the mule, George Leigh on "Big Bay Mare," and Hyrum Perry on "Little Bay Mare." Oriah Leigh was hired tb stay with the "Cross Cattle" at...

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