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    • George W. Decker

    • George W. Decker
    • Decker, George W. (George William); Branch Normal School--Cedar City (Utah)--Faculty; Branch Normal School--Cedar City (Utah)--School principals
    • Photograph of George W. Decker. Inscription on back reads: Taken in Denver in July 1895: had been running the Rockies from east of New Harmony clear around to Leadville, Colorado. June and July swam five horses across Colorado River at Dandy...
    • Jensen, Venice -- Moving with Covered Wagon

    • Jensen, Venice -- Moving with Covered Wagon
    • Emery County (Utah); Jensen, Venice; Jensen, Dermis; Emery (Utah); Covered Wagons; Moving; Horses
    • Venice Burr and Dermis Jensen lived in the town of Emery, in Emery County, all of their lives. One of their relatives was moving, using a covered wagon. They camped in their wagon until they built their house. This was the most common way of...
    • Jensen, Venice -- Covered Wagon and Team

    • Jensen, Venice -- Covered Wagon and Team
    • Emery County (Utah); Jensen, Venice; Jensen, Dermis; Emery (Utah); Covered Wagon
    • Covered wagon and team of horses is part of Venice Jensen's photograph album. Venice Burr and Dermis Jensen lived in the town of Emery all of their lives. One of their relatives was moving, using a covered wagon. They camped in their wagon until...
    • Jensen, Venice -- Camping in Wagon

    • Jensen, Venice -- Camping in Wagon
    • Emery County (Utah); Jensen, Venice; Jensen, Dermis; Emery (Utah); Covered Wagon; Camping
    • Venice Burr and Dermis Jensen lived in the town of Emery, in Emery County, all of their lives. One of their relatives was moving, using a covered wagon. They camped in their wagon and a lean-to or tent until they built their house. This was the...
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    • LOREN A . WHETTEN Biography 1908 Loren Amasa Whetten was horn March 1 9 , 1908, in Colonia Garcia. Chihuahua, Mexico, the son of John Amasa and Martha Elizabeth Carling Whetten. The Whetten family was driven from Mexico as refugees in 1912, because...
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    • with his father on occasions to visit some of the neighboring counties. They went to Manchester and even as far as Birmingham, but Henry had never been out of Great Britain, so he was facing a courageous adventure, considering the fact that he had...
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    • City, so the population grew very quickly. The residents looked forward in anticipation to each new company because, not only were they glad to see relatives and friends who had followed, but they always brought mail with them from Kanesville which...
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    • younger warrior, urged his braves to go down and clean out the whites from their valleys. The fiery young Indians were mostly with Walker, wlule the older and wiser heads were with Soweitte, and thus the council was divided. The controversy ran...
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    • office and got a money order for six pounds and sent it to Brother Franklin D. Richards at Liverpool to pay him back the money he loaned me for my clothes, feeling very thanlcll to our Heavenly Father for opening up my way so soon and unexpectedly....
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    • portrait in oil colors which he did and kindly presented it to me. It was exhibited in a picture shop window for some time and was said to be worth ten pounds. Henry was "Pastor" of the Newcastle Upon Tyne, Carlisle and Durham Conferences during...
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    • portrait in oil colors which he did and kindly presented it to me. It was exhibited in a picture shop window for some time and was said to be worth ten pounds. Henry was "Pastor" of the Newcastle Upon Tyne, Carlisle and Durham Conferences during...
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    • and the lst, lSth, 25th, 37th, IOlst, 113th, and 145th Psalms. She received an education quaJ&ng her to become a Governess at the age of 17 and lived with the family of a gentleman where she spent her leisure time hernrning frills for fancy shirts....
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    • a change of labor would be a rest and profitable to my bodily health, so 1 wrote to President Taylor on the subject and it met his approval and, owing to my poor sight, thought it would be a good plan to take my wife, Ellen, with me and that we...
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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
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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...
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    • and a turkey a few days ago as they went to Chuichupa. My cancer is about the same, my sight very poor. Broughton is out hunting today. We have hired Alice Rowley to look &er Sarah's family while she is off Aunt Elien is much the same as she has...

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