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    • & EUen, 175; wife visits, 202; came to Cedar City, 228; 1865 visits Cedar, 254; letter from Henry, 259; presides at conference, 269; makes Henry a pamarch, 290, trip with B. Young, 293; death, 301 Smith, Jesse N. , 278; County Clerk, 287; S....
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    • 116 ----------------------- Insert Table 2 Here ----------------------- The descriptive analysis for Section B: Travel Motives is shown in Table 3. The most important travel motives rated by respondents were to: (1) experience a new culture, (2)...
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    • 117 activities with most participation (96.9%), followed closely by leisure activities such as walks, skiing, beach-lounging, etc. (91.7%) and visits to museums (91.4%). Also, many respondents participate in festivals or similar events with music...
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    • 175, 181, 193, 196, 197, 199, 200, 205,212, 215,216, 235 Jones, Henrietta L. (Hintze) 55, 87, 96, 124, 127, 136, 137, 138, 142, 146. 165. 168. 170. 177. 181. 190. ~ - Jones, Henry M a n i n 214 Jones Hollow 85, 89, 93 Jones Home 141, 170 Jones,...
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    • 32 perspective about the HLEs of ELLs from low-SES families. The instruments used to collect data for this study are located in Appendices A through D. The tasks that were completed in sequential order to accomplish the purpose of the...
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    • 34 Chapter 4 Results Qualitative and quantitative research methods were used for data collection in this research project to answer questions about the high degree of variability in HLEs among ELLs from low-SES families. Investigative measures,...
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    • 34 destinations or attractions. For example, one of the most common images associated with Austria is the film The Sound of Music. Respondents also mentioned many items related to Austria‘s culture and history: old buildings, castles, villages,...
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    • 35 Table 2 Home Visit Comparison Chart High-Literate ELL Home Visits Low-Literate ELL Home Visits All families were nuclear. There were more single-parent families than nuclear families. At least one parent spoke both English and Spanish...
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    • 36 give it a pleasing color. Children in the neighborhood are laughing and playing and do not seem to mind using the road for a playground. Upon entering the home, Miguel shouts, “¡Mama, la maestra esta aquí! La maestra esta aquí!” In this...
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    • 363; illus., 369, leftfor Mexico again, 378; 1892 conference, 38 1;to Cedar City, 405; letter to children, 414; 432, death, 433; headstone,493 Lunt, Etta, wife of Thomas, 447; illus., 452 Lunt, Evelinepenry's niece, 336 Lunt, Florence, bom 269;...
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    • 38 boyfriend lives with the family in the home. Maria has two little sisters that she helps tend. Maria’s real dad lives in Texas and was very abusive to Maria’s mom in the past. Maria’s maternal grandma lives in St. George and Maria’s mom...
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    • 51 for ELLs from low-SES backgrounds to succeed. There is a group of low-SES ELLs who have managed to break through these barriers between home and school and have excelled academically. The home visits conducted in this research have revealed the...
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    • 52 study relate to how the researcher carried out data collection because of the qualitative characteristics of the observations of the HLEs. What was discovered in both studies is the high degree of variation within literacy environments among...
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    • 53 English classes. Parents with low-literate children spoke only their native Spanish during the home visit interview and never mentioned that they were learning English. All parents interviewed for the home visits were either from Mexico or...
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    • 66 Appendix B Home-Visit Appointment Letters in English and Spanish February 22, 2011 Dear Parents, Thank you for giving me the opportunity to conduct a home visit! What I learn from this experience will enhance your child’s learning in the...
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    • 88 an international pleasure trip at least once. While the average length of stay for foreign business-related travel was largely not applicable (69.8%), the majority (61.9%) of foreign pleasure trips were longer than seven days. Section B analysis...
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    • Ariz. Picture Oriah L e i ~ h and others. Stories connecred with Short Creek. Description of "old-time cowhand." Picture Junes family 1912. Chapter 23 ..~...
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    • Bentiey, Richard, St Geo. Temple, 300 Bemisel, John M., Congress Candidate, 58 Bersford, Dulland James, 4 12 Big Muddy Creek (Las Vegas), 43 Birch, Joseph, St. George Temple, 300 Birkbeck, Ella, donation to Relief Society, 278 Bukbeck, Jane,...

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