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    • 1927 111

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    • "13{h" Glut HEN the Agricola staff began its work early in the fall, one of the first problems to present itself was the sale of books. It was decided to organize a club of thirteen girls representing each class on the campus and selected by the...
    • 1910, page 25

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    • 25 Fourth year. First half. Second half. English d 2 2 Psychology }…………………… 4 4 Pedagogy History of Education 4 4 American History and Civics 4 4 Review of Grammar School...
    • 1911, page 26

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    • 26 Fourth Year. First half. Second half, English d 4 4 American History and Civics 4 4 Physics 4 4 Psychology } 4 4 Pedagogy History of Education 4 4 Review of Grammar...
    • 1901, May 15

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    • Wed. May 15, 1901: Ther. Cool., Pleasant Wea. Ptly Cloudy Rain pm We left Finley’s Ranch about 8 am stopped just below Jim Little’s ranch from noon till 4 pm Mr. Anderson went a head today noon. We camped one or two miles below Hatch Town. 14) ...
    • 1903, Feb 2

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    • Mon. Feb. 2, 1903: Ther. Cold, Wea. Clouds Snow thirteen inches deep this morning. We trailed the sheep thru the snow across the flat then herded thru the cedars into a canyon that leads towards To-Weap valley Moved about 1 ½ miles. 19) Tuesday...
    • 1903, Jul 4

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    • Sat. July 4, 1903: Ther. Warm., Wea. Clear, We fired a salute of thirteen shots this morning. Carried coal from the pit to the bin. Sunday 5: Ther. Warm., Wea. windy, clear I went to town but didn’t attend school or meeting.
    • 1914, Jun 20

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    • Sat. June 20, 1914: Ther. Warm Wea. Ptly. Cldy. Got thirteen more rows of corn planted 42 rows now planted about 25 of them watered. Dan took the water tonight. Sunday 21: Ther. Warm Wea. clear At Home Mary has a swelling in her face, We don’t...
    • 1905, Sep 19

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    • Tues. Sept. 19, 1905: Ther. Cold N. wind am Warmer- Wea. Light clds. We took the section line east for thirteen miles went south a mile to see a friend of Elder Robisons turned north again one mile west of Chattanooga went one mile and got shelter...
    • 1905, Sep 26

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    • Tues. Sept. 26, 1905: Ther. Hot., Wea. Thin clds. Elder Isaac Pratt Allred. started out this afternoon we are to visit friends in Greer Co., for a while. President Lindsay is left to travel alone for a while, till another Elder comes. we walked out...
    • 1905, Oct 13

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    • Fri. Oct. 13, 1905: Ther. Pleasant, south wind. Wea. Thin clouds. Heavier “ We had a long talk with Mr. Kennedy this morning, went north-west three or four miles and took dinner with Mr. G.T. Vaught, got a water melon before leaving. We journeyed...
    • 1905, Oct 17

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    • Tues. Oct. 17, 1905: Ther. Warmer Wea. Cloudy, We left Mr. Small’s this morning and came up to Bro. S.C. Reeves’ three miles north and one east of Vinson making a thirteen or fourteen mile walk. We found the folks all out picking cotton. most...
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    • HOMER DUNCAN Biography 1815 - 1906 Homer ~ " n c a n was born January 1 9 , 1815, to John Duncan and Betsy Taylor Putnam in Barnet, Caledonia County. Vermont. In 1841. he married Asenath M . Banker in New York State, by whom he had thirteen...
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    • Sept. 4 . 1 9 6 2 . . .Be it resolved by the City Council of Cedar City that Mausoleums may be permitted in areas, not otherwise restricted, in the Cemetery, provided that there be a maximum of the height of only one casket above the ground. Sept....
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    • cox: Box: Cox: How can t h a t be! You proposed to h e r first! Yes. But then you--now don't let u s begin again-Go on. [Resumes the l e t t e r ) "Poor M r s . Wiggins went out for a s h o r t excursion in a sailing boat--a sudden and violent...
    • Page 150

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    • it for tea and tobacco. Henry and Brother Carmthers gave him what he asked for. A few days before, John D. Lee and Charles Dalton and their wives had brought thirteen cheeses to Henry for the Iron Works. The charge was 25 cents per pound.6 As...
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    • was a good sized branch of the Church in South Molton and, as there were some existing difficulties, my visit was much needed and much good was done. When I had walked to Barnstable, twelve miles from South Moulton, I took off my shoes and found my...

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