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    • San Rafael Swell -- Mines -- Uranium --  Ore Bin- 1

    • Emery County (Utah); San Rafael Swell; Mining; Uranium; Grange, Mar; McClenahan, Owen
    • Mar Grange took this photograph of the old uranium ore bin high up on a rocky slope (the dark spot in the middle of the photograph.) Owen McClenahan recorded that some men came to him with a hot piece of ore, but they couldn't rememeber where they...
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    • be recognized a n d acknowledged b y t h e local customs, laws. a n d decision of c o u r t s , a n d also subject to t h e r i g h t of t h e proprietor of a vein o r lode, to remove a n d e x t r a c t his ore therefrom should the same be found...
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    • th~s volunteer school was superseded by regularly scheduled classes." Smith wrote: "March 19, 1851: The wind blew very hard from the south leaving no tents standing in camp. March 20: Went with Frost and Bringhurst to visit the coal vein [Cedar...
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    • It was the most awhl scene I ever witnessed and certainly will never be forgotten. Attended meeting in the evening and found that Brother Cook's boy was knocked down about 100 yards from my house. Brother Smith and Brother Carruthers came to my...
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    • center then became a farmyard or cattle corral. The water of Coal Creek flowed undcr the wall and through the north side of the enclosure and was utilized for a grist n~ill and other industries. Another field was surveyed and clcared dose by;...
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    • dled our horses and hung our belongings on the trees that were there, and started our poor horses hack down the canyon. Then we set our faces homeward. As we walked, every step we would sink in the snow about four inches and then every little while...
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    • P a g e | 64 HAWAIIAN - OHANA The word in Hawaiian culture means family whether extended, blood-related, adopted or intentional and emphasizes family is united and each individual must be cooperative and considerate. The word is derived from 'oha'...
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    • P a g e | 81 Where marriage relationships have existed in the past communicating with dignity, respect and love they have survived the worst challenges and strengthened. Thus, in David Hammond-Tooke‘s book ―The roots of black South Africa‖ he...
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    • £L lighter vein prevails at the Institute during a week-day class. The Mutual students enjoy a few minutes of dancing after the regular exercises. The Institute Club gathers for a period of relaxing after a busy week. The Institute looks after the...

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