This is the outfit that was used to run the first ensilage in this valley. This picture shows the Alex G. Matheson Model T. as the power unit. This was used for the B.A.C. and for the Charles Bryant silo. These machines were used to make the...
Iron County (Utah)--Scenery; Dixie National Forest
Jensens used to boat ride here. Herber C. Jensen planted first fish in it, but they got away because there was no screen on the lower end. 1/4 mile south of the lumber road leading west toward Cedar. Host Lake B.S. camp there now.
Father: Blanche, how do you account for the rapid
changes taking place in such a few years in the ball room?
Blanche: Why, father?
Father: Because, my child, ,vhen your mother and
I ,'were young all the ladies used to dre~s up to go...
EI.MFR G. PETERSON
ANTHONY \Y. 1V1NS
President of Hoard
WALTER K. GRANGER
Chairman ii. A. C. Committee
T HAVE felt that the students
from the Branch College have the
opportunity to provide more than
their share of the leadership...
Scene from "Seventh Heaven"
'T^HE Branch Agricultural College has long enjoyed a splendid reputation
for its Dramatic productions. The college plans to produce at least one
full-length play each year. The cast is selected from both...
Dabatiog amd Oratory
XJOT much has been done at the
college this year in debating".
Last year saw the end of a six-year
competition with Dixie College for
the possession of the bronze tablet
first offered in 1923 by Attorney
Robert L. Judd, of Salt...
HE organization behind the publications at the B. A. C. is
largely responsible for their success. Just as debating,
dramatics, or athletics, is under the supervision of a coach,
so are "The Student" and "The Agricola."
It is the duty...
HE theme of decoration carried out in this year's
Promenade at the B. A. C. was a Dutch Windmill
scene using college colors, blue and white,...
Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah)
GENERAL INFORMATION The aim of the Murdock Academy is to train for citizenship by preparing young people to found homes in which a coming generation may begin life under more favorable conditions and by training the rising generation for useful...
Preface "Monuments to Courage" is a history of Beaver County from the time of the arrival of the first settlers on February 6, 1856, to the Centennial year of the state of Utah, 1947. The collection of the material and its publication was a...
LOCATION OF BEAVER COUNTY
Situated on the west side of the Tushar range of the Wasatch Mountains, Beaver County is rich in natural resources and its history is a monument to the courage of its founders. Fertile, cultivated fields of...
The early discovery of precious and valuable mineral and the development of the prospects, placed the count; as one of the most important mining centers of the west It has been said that the whole county was a vast laboratory,...
Beaver tribe. Some of the tribe were in good standing with Beaver Adz and his father who had some influence. (Adz means bow and arrow.)
Beaver Adz was a good-looking Indian, when young, and often worked for the "Whites," before he was injured at...
shoo Coyote's two big hounds before they could get into his camp to bury him there with his guns, etc.
Sissix, "the renegade Ute," was banished from the Ute Tribe for murder. He then went to live with the Pavants of Corn Creek, in Millard County....
Canyon and one through the Big Canyon Pass or Soldier Pass to the Milford Valley.
William Allred, pioneer of Beaver, said the "Old Ute Trail," the one the Indians used in the summer, went up Bone Hollow and across the Tables, passing near the First...
A. J. Wilson, J. Harris, C. Willden, Joseph Armstrong, D. D. Reese, J. Tattersall, H. Tattersall, Thomas Richards, D. C. Adams, W. Holgate and W. Hall.
The Adamsville townsite was surveyed in 1867, and named Adamsville after its founder, David...