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    • 1898, Jul 30

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    • Sat. July 30, 1898: Ther. hot Wea. clear finished cutting what wheat I had ripe and then came up to Robs place Sunday 31: Ther. warm; Wea. clouds in South John Winder and John Hepworth came over from Straw berry where they have been cutting...
    • 1898, Sep 8

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    • Thurs. Sept. 8, 1898: Ther. warmº., Wea. clouds We finished stacking the straw and went to the Big meadows. I went up to robs, and got some things that Jim left there. Friday 9: Ther. warm. Wea. cloudy rain after dark We took a couple loads of...
    • 1898, Oct 6

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    • Thurs. Oct. 6, 1898: Ther. warmº., Wea. clear We rode around after some of Dan’s cattle this forenoon. and dug about 25 bu. of potatoes after noon. there was a swamp on fire near manti which made the air some what smoky Friday 7: Ther....
    • 1900, Sep 19

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    • Wed. Sept. 19, 1900: Ther. 54., 86., Wea. Clear even. thin Clouds Helped John A. Winder load his wagon with dryed fruit. piled the hay on the Millet patch. Thursday 20: Ther. 60., 83., Wea. thin clouds, Heavier “ even. Hauled hay stacked straw...
    • 1903, Jun 26

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    • Fri. June 26, 1903: Ther. Pleasant., wind. Wea. Thin clouds. Stopped for noon at the sinks of Duck Creek corraled the sheep at Straw berry this evening. Myron Holgate is here to get his sheep and Tom and Johny Healy will take George Esplin’s and...
    • 1912, Jul 25

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    • Thurs. July 25, 1912: Wea. Rain Raked over the grain field with the hay rake then went over part of my pumpkin patch and killed bugs. Friday 26: Ther. Cooler Wea. Showery Pulling barley the straw is too short for the binder to pick it up. Started...
    • World War II, Glonville main street

    • World War, 1939-1945 -- Photographs
    • In the town of Glonville, France, a farmer is starting to move the winter's accumulation of fertilizer to his farm. Each day stables are cleaned and new straw placed on the floors. Some of those piles are on top of cement cisterns, the tops of...
    • Page 447

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    • t h e citizens early in February. Carried. Feb. 7 , 1980.. . T h e Re-Development Agency ordinance was approved. Members of the Committee a r e : Dixie Leavitt, Harold Hiskey. Conrad Hatch, Charlotte Boyer, Elloyd Marchant, and Clair Morris. Feb....
    • Page 483

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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...
    • Page 493

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    • chronicler put i t , "the fact that the present site was not the proper one on which to permanently locate the iron works." A s if to reassure himself that even this cloud had a silver lining, he noted that "the freshet also brought down from the...
    • Page 266

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    • A baby girl was born to Henry and Ann Gower Lunt on March 3, 1868, i Cedar City. This baby was Ann's third child; they named n her Roselia Gower Lunt. The following Relief Society minutes, dated June 4, 1868, were written by Ellen Lunt, Henry's...
    • Page 375

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    • estate which had been confiscated was likewise retumed to the Church. The manifesto did not announce that polygamous living would be discontinued; it simply said that no more plural marriages would be sandoned. E v q o n e understood that the...
    • Page 479

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    • Jane's mother, brother and sister, leaving her alone with her father, who remanied three years later. Being the oldest child, she was her father's chef dependence for help and spent much of her time in the field doing a man's work. In 1863 she...
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    • filled with straw in readiness to burn, and food and supplies were sent southward. Finally, 30,000 people deserted their homes and started south. They found that the soldiers were boasting that they would drive and plunder the Utah pioneers and...
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    • and has made slaves of our mothers and daughters. I have long had it in my mind to organize the young ladies of Zion into an association. There is need of our daughters getting a living testimony of the truth.' Then he said, 'We are about to...
    • Page 149

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    • "Father took me to Milford, north of Lund, in a bug,^ and I proceeded on my way to Salt Lake City. 'This was the first time I had heen on a train, I had never been to Salt Lake City hcfore, nor stayed in a hotel or bought food in a restaurant. No...
    • Socotwa text: page 004

    • Glen Canyon (Utah and Ariz.); Rafting (Sports)--Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)
    • began counting the number of times we crossed the wash, but gave it up as a lost cause. We saw a live bunny. We ate more of our lunches. We lost one straw hat to Emily who threw it over the cliff' into the ravine. We stampeded some cattle, saw two...

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