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    • and children fiom the upper colonies were being evacuated to El Paso and the Diaz people were advised to flee immediately across the border. Before they left they could hear gunfire in the distance. Hans Larsen, a colonist, wrote: "We tumed our...
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    • Lehi hired Oriah Leigh to stay with the cattle and Lehi's boys took turns working with him. Oriah took part of his salary in cattle. Lehi M. recalls spending a great deal of time at the herd. Rass talked about leaving Cedar City alone, when he was...
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    • 69 Once this has been completed, email PRGS at prguides@gmail.com and give them the information. Below is an example: “Hi, I have 2 guests, Daryl and Yvonne Magnuson, room 2317 that I talked to you about earlier that are booked for the 8am ½ day...
    • 1903, Nov 29

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    • Sun. Nov. 29, 1903: Ther. Cooler., Wea. Partly cloudy, The bike went back on me so I got one of George Isom’s horses to ride home this afternoon. 86) Monday 30: Ther. Warm., Wea. Clear, Worked at the photograph business most of the day. 86)...
    • 1905, May 26

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    • Fri. May 26, 1905: Ther. Warm., Pleasant., Wea. Thin clouds Heavier “ We got about a three mile ride into Comanche this morning crossed the Territory line a few minutes after eight oclock. walked north to Brother Petty’s, found the folks all well....
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    • country and both Amencan and Bntish companies acquired large holdings in northwestern Chihuahua. Cattle materially aEected the economy of the Mormons and they shipped them to the United States for a good profit. In fact, raising cattle became the...
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    • rode into the he& of the town, fired indiscriminately at citizens at close quarters and wounded several residents. After a series of incidents with the local authorities, buiidings, including the town's storehouse of grain, were broken open and...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 48 Teacher Instruction Paper for Problem 3 Support: Written copy of problem with a word list. Please do not turn over the paper or pick up your pencil until I tell you to do so. (Before beginning, pass out packet...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 53 Problem 3 Please read along. 3. There are 32 children waiting in line for a ride at the fair. Only four children fit in each cart of the ride. If each cart of the ride is full, how many carts does the ride...
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    • wagons for the conveniente of their scanty provisions, cooking utensils, clothing and bedding, are to be fumished with wagons by the more wealthy, or are to be le&behind and brought on by wagons which will be sent b a ~ k . ~ Henry continued to...
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    • In the spring of 1913 an article was printed in the El Paso Times about the Mexican town of Pearson. The govement was sending a troop of the old Mexican Federal soldiers to guard the settlement of Pearson, which was within eight miles of Colonia...
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    • 16 these ages to show what negative effects may be in the future if changes are not made by eighth grade PE. At age seven, girls are outspoken and not afraid to debate. Girls at ten to eleven become a little less willing to reveal their opinions...
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    • 101 Van Instruction When driving guests to off-site activities (hikes, Crater, Temple Square, Olympic Park, etc.), you will drive in the Marriott Summit Watch van. The van is parked in the parking garage next to the fitness center. You will...
    • 1914, Dec 7

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    • Mon. Dec. 7, 1914: Ther. Very Cold Wea. Clear, clouds. Fixing up a water tank forenoon made about 600 feet of lumber afternoon the water freezes so we can hardly run the Mill at all. I.H. Langston & Hary Hall came up to ride. Tuesday 8: Ther. Cold...
    • 1905, Jun 24

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    • Sat. June 24, 1905: Ther. Warm. Wea. Ptly. Cloudy. Mr. Smith gave us a ride to Frederick this morning. worked back north again, took dinner with Frank Jared worked on to the first line south of the base line staid with Mr. W.J. Harden, by...
    • 1904, Dec 5

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    • Mon. Dec. 5, 1904: Ther. Cold wind., Wea. Snow 3 in. at day light. Held another meeting this evening. President Hughes was the main speaker, his subject Salvation for the Dead. Kiowa Co. Okla. 73) Tuesday 6: Ther. Cool., Wea. Thin clds. Walked 18...

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