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    • 1898, Oct 16

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    • Sun. Oct. 16, 1898: Ther. cold Wea. clear We left Circleville about 8-15 am nooned one hour in the Canyon and got about 12 or 14 miles below Panguitch about 7 pm. Monday 17: Ther. cool all day Wea. clouds we came up to Panguitch and nooned over...
    • 1899, page 29

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    • 29 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL and open air sketching. with colored crayon, water color, pencil, and pen and inks. 4 hours per week (2 hours credit.) READING A.-The object of this course is to give a practical and scientific basis for...
    • 1902, page 16

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    • 16 SOUTHERN BRANCH her daily life. Housekeeping and garment-making are studied and practiced as occupations worthy of the best efforts of the brightest minds. Open to second year students and others prepared to do the work. Mechanic...
    • 1903, page 18

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    • 18 SOUTHERN BRANCH Commercial Subjects. These are intended to prepare students for office work and for positions as business men. The foundation is laid for a thorough training in orthography, penmanship, typewriting, stenography,...
    • 1903, page 33

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    • 33 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. weights, horizontal bars, flying rings, etc., will be given to all male students. Special attention will be given to out-door games and .sports. Foot-ball, base-ball, basket-ball, tennis and track athletic teams will...
    • 1905, Jun 16

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    • Fri. June 16, 1905: Ther. Warm, W. breeze, Wea. T. clds. Sprinkle. Worked north on the next line west. ate dinner with George Stiehens two miles south of the Base line. Part of this line is not open, we are oblige to walk thru the grass and get...
    • 1905, Mar 9

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    • Thurs. Mar. 9, 1905: Ther. Warm Wea. Cleared off. We worked around one section north-east of Mr. Boyett’s then went west. took dinner with Mr. Chas. Duncan. We worked on out nearly a mile past our west line this evening were entertained by McDonald...
    • 1911, page 48

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    • 48 MANUAL TRAINING. Mr. Gardner. I. Course a consists of the regular work of the Normal School and High School courses in Manual Training. Students should have sufficient technical knowledge of tools and their uses to be able to...
    • 1912, memoranda 2

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    • Memoranda: Furs sent by mail to F.C. Taylor Jan. 28th 1912. 2 Civet Cats cased 2 Foxes “ 1 Lynx cat. open postage & reg. 44 check recd 7.05 Net. 6.61 H.A. Schanen Jan. 28th 1912. 1 Lynx Cat-open 1 Coyote – “ Postage & reg. .35 check...
    • 1912, page 53

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    • 53 wood work about the home after having completed this work. Course b consists in the making of doors, sashes, frames, gates, tables, etc., and turning. II. Cabinet making and wood turning continued. A carpenter's work bench and a...
    • 1941 63

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    • 62 B R A N C H A G R I C U L T U R A L C O L L E GE CHILD DEVELOPMENT 2 4 . C H I L D R E N ' S L I T E R A T U R E . I n t r o d u c t i o n t o t h e prose a n d p o e t r y o f c h i l d h o o d a n d adolescence. T h i s course is h e l p f u l...
    • 1943 Agricola

    • Branch Agricultural College (Cedar City, Utah); Student activities; Yearbooks;
    • Documents student life at the Branch Agricultural College; photographs of students, faculty, and campus life.
    • 1954_001 34

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    • CEDAR C ITY, UTAH DIVISIONS OF AGRICULTURE R. H. WALKER, Dean ARTHUR J. MoRRrs, Assistant Dean, School of Agriculture D. CLARENCE SCHMUTZ, Chairman Associate Professor Agricultural Economics V. R. MAGLEBY, Assistant Professor, Agriculture,...
    • 1954_001 38

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    • CEDAR 0TY, UTAH 37 Biology, 5 credits; English 3, 4, 5, 5 credits; Physical Science, 5 credits; and Social Science, 5 credits. The following courses are open to students in the non-degree course in Agriculture: Agricultural Economics 53, 58, 63,...
    • 1954_001 48

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    • CEDAR C ITY, UTAH 47 ACCOUNTING 1-2-12 AccouNTINO. The purpose of the course is to present the basic principles of accounting and to furnish working material in the form of questions, problems, and practice sets which require the application of...
    • 1954_001 63

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    • 62 CoLLEOE OF SouTHBRN UTAH BRANCH OF U. S. A. C . 24, 25, 26 or 124, 125, 126. CHORUS. Open to all students with a normal singing voice. Auditions to determine the part you sing will be announced at rehearsal. Men and women meet separately two...
    • 1954_001 71

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    • 70 COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN UTAH BRANCH OF u. s. A. c. DIVISION OF ENGLISH, MODERN LANGUAGE, SPEECH AND JOURNALISM CARLTON CuLMSEE, Dean *TwAIN TIPPETTS, Chairman J. H. PLUMMER, GwYN CLARK, R. M. RowLEY, Asst. Professors. Students expecting to major in...
    • 1954_001 77

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    • 76 CoLLEGE OF SouTHERN UTAH BRANCH OF U. S. A. C. qualified to take Math. 35 are not required to take Math. 34. 3. Required only of students taking the general forestry option. 4. Required on range majors and students taking the general...
    • 1954_001 78

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    • CEDAR CtTY, UTAH DIVISION OF HOME ECONOMICS •ETHELYN 0 . GREAVES, Dean LANICE MooRE, Chairman CLOTHING AND TEXTILES CHILD DEVELOPMENT FOODS AND NUTRITION LANICE MooRE, Assistant Professor; JAYNE WINTERS, Instructor GENERAL INFORMATION 77 AU Home...
    • 1954_001 79

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    • 78 COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN UTAH BRANCH OF u. s. A. c. LOWER DIVISION REQUIREMENTS 1. Biological Science ................................................ 9 credits 2. Physical Science .................................................. 9 credits 3. Basic...

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