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    • 1903, Jan 21

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    • Wed. Jan. 21, 1903: Ther. Pleasant., Wea. Thin clouds Went on acrost to the black rocks a little before noon, the sheep got what snow they wanted. Our camp to night is just to the left of the Pipe road where it starts into the Black hills below...
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    • SHERRELL VAN "JACK" SAWYERS Biography Jack Sawyers, t h e name h e usually goes b y , was born August 28, 1933. I n J o s e p h , Utah, to Bill Mac a n d Irene Miller Sawyers. He attended the f i r s t a n d second g r a d e in Joseph and completed...
    • 1903, Jan 23

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    • Fri. Jan. 23, 1903: Ther. Cool Wea. Cloudy, John J. went out on the range to see where the best feed is, today. I herded north and west of camp today. 13) Saturday 24: Ther. Pleasant., Wea. Light Clouds. We moved about two or two and one half...
    • 1903, Jan 25

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    • Sun. Jan. 25, 1903: Ther. Cold., south Wind Wea. Cloudy. Moderate wind pm. Continued in the same course about two or three miles. We have been bothered some with loco ever since we started across the desert but have had a worse dose than ever...
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    • free from hypocrisy and deceit as it is possible for moral manto be.' He sang several songs during the sermon. His voice was clear and distinct and, though he was then suffering from cancer besides being almost blid, he never permitted his a i c t...
    • 1903, Jan 31

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    • Sat. Jan. 31, 1903: Ther. Cold wind and snow., Snow commenced falling about one o’clock this after-noon, and was still coming at bed-time. Moved about two miles south, camped just west of a knoll that is situated west of the head of a deep canyon...
    • 1903, Feb 2

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    • Mon. Feb. 2, 1903: Ther. Cold, Wea. Clouds Snow thirteen inches deep this morning. We trailed the sheep thru the snow across the flat then herded thru the cedars into a canyon that leads towards To-Weap valley Moved about 1 ½ miles. 19) Tuesday...
    • 1905, Sep 9

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    • Sat. Sept. 9, 1905: Ther. Warm. Wea. Rain, Heavy thundering in south. We got another good soaking this after noon, had a gentle steady rain for two or three hours. Worked along the river to the line two miles east of Davidson, then worked north one...
    • 1905, Sep 10

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    • Sun. Sept. 10, 1905: Ther. Cooler., Wea. Mostly cldy. sprinkle. The folks we staid with last night were going visiting today, and as the ground is wet and it is sprinkling a little we decided to canvass. we worked north four miles then came back on...
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    • and joy to contemplate that, if we continue true and faithful to the end, we shall meet again in a more glorious state and all teas will be wiped away and our love for our God and Creator and al1 tmth and each other wiii be intensit
    • 1903, Feb 8

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    • Sun. Feb. 8, 1903: Ther. Cold., Wea. Blustry snow Moved about two miles north across the flat. The snow is beginning to bother our eyes whenever we have a clear day. 22) Monday 9: Ther. Cold., Wea. Clear. We counted and found that we were short...
    • 1905, Sep 11

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    • Mon. Sept. 11, 1905: Ther. Warm., Wea. Clouds. I waited on the R. Road north of town while Elder Robison got the mail then after we wrote our letters, he waited while I took them to the office. We worked north on the Davidson line about four miles....
    • 1903, Feb 10

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    • Tues. Feb. 10, 1903: Ther. Warn in sun., Wea. Clear, According to our count this morning we have our lost black sheep. We moved one and a half or two miles farther north, camped near the mouth of a draw where it opens out near the cattle-men’s...
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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...
    • 1905, Sep 13

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    • Wed. Sept. 13, 1905: Ther. Hot., Wea. clouds We worked on west to the river then back east again visited awhile at Mr. Williams’ ate a water melon while there, came back west on the next south line, walked two miles west before we could find a...
    • Page 49

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    • The Human Element 44 Chapter 5 Analysis: Pre-Katrina Consideration History of the Ninth Ward New Orleans is said to be one of the “most distinctive and culturally diverse cities” in North America (Haas, n.d., para. 1). In 2004 the city’s...
    • 1905, Jan 1

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    • Sun. Jan. 1, 1905: Ther. Pleasant., Wea. Clear wind from south, West & north. Fast Day. Elder Geo. E. Stewart and I left Mr. J.B. Whitefield’s about ten oclock this morning. walked to Granite where Elder Stewart had his photo taken. walked on...
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    • filled it with grain that summer. That wa5 the only time they ever planted anything. there. They fenced everything in to protect the crops from the animals. The garden produced very well. Henry didn't get hack until after school had let out late in...

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