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    • 1901, cash account 6

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    • Cash Account. March.: Date. Received. Paid. 21 Left at Rockville Store 60.00 Reed mds $1.25 check 21.00 “ 8.00 currency 5.00 cash to O.L. 1.00 60.00 36.25 36.25 23.75 30 mdse. 3.50 3.50 Due me 20.25 4-3 cash 11.50 18.10 4-27...
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    • No pirates no princesses 64 Although none of the parents interviewed are permissive (Baumrind, 1973) the blended families had fathers who were permissive. Participant three believes that the parenting style of her new husband of his biological...
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    • scene could hardly be conceived. The toil-worn and hardy pioneers, with uncovered heads bent in reverence to the Almighty, thanked Him for H i s kindly care in bringing them to a land where conscience was free, with liberty undiluted. and asked H i...
    • 1903, Apr 1

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    • Wed. April 1, 1903: Ther. Cool., Wea. Wind & Rain, Mostly cldy. Came down on the flat, too muddy to pull the wagon far. South-east of Findley Knoll. Wm L. Crawford, Trumbull, Mohave Co., Ariz. 49) Thursday 2: Ther. Cold north wind., Wea. Mostly...
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    • November 20, 1910, the Rebels, headed by Francisco 1. Madero and his followers, openly displayed contention against the govenunent which was the beginning of the Revolution. In 1911, this opposition to the president broke into open revolt. This led...
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    • they discovered t h a t , in that location, they were in the path of the floods which came down the Canyon in the summer. So, in 1856, acting in accordance with the advice of President Brigham Young, the town was moved again. This time the people...
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    • Chief. During the early days of the settlement of the country, when there were many more Indians than white men. a great chief named Kanarra reigned supreme over his tribe. He was very unfriendly toward the white people who were coming into the...
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    • developed and built it up. When a post office was established some years later, the name was changed from Johnson's Springs to Enoch. Johnson's Springs was settled about 1852 or 1853. At an early period, many industries were started . throughout...
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    • Cedar Commercial Club. The guests were Emerson Hugh, magazine writer of national reputation, Apostle George Albert Smith of the Mormon Church, Stephen T . Mather, Director of the National Park Service, D. S. Spencer, representative of the Southern...
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    • 'diamond hitch' on a pack when 1 was 14 years old and, naturally, those people didn't. So, we had quite a time moving that big outfit. In a few days things kind of moled down and we started on horseback for the United States. We delayed and stopped...
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    • STUDENT ORIENTATION 44 All hard copy student records for current and recent students are stored in locked fireproof filing cabinets at the main campus. Older hard copy student records are stored in locked filing cabinets in the locked fireproof...
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    • 1didn't harbor such hopes. 1felt it would be a long time before unhappy Mexico would be settled back to normal. My heart was touched at the piight of those men and women who had given the best of their lives for the development of their adopted...
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    • Mesia went back to Salt Lake in the fall and continued teaching school at the B.Y.U. during the winter of 191 1 and 1912. Henry came up to see her just once that winter. She was living with an aunt and an uncle, and Henry said there were so many...
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    • Henry Lunt, who was one of the men in the group that settled in Cedar City, wrote the following in his diary about getting coal from Cedar Canyon in 1852: "Monday Sept. 20, 1852 went up the canyon to work a road u p the mountain to sleigh the coal...
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    • take charge of all concrete work. Forms were not feasible because there was nothing to brace to; consequently, the walls were placed with a rather d r y mix, riither than poured. The first water turned into the reservoir c:aused a crack and a...

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