People Who Made a Difference Pioneers and Sheepmen of Our City

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Title Saga of the Sanpitch Vol 26
Subject Pioneers
Description Stories and poems about early Southern Utah Pioneers
Publisher Snow College
Date 1994
Type Text
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Language eng
Rights Management Snow College
Holding Institution Snow College
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Date Created 2005-03-01
Date Modified 2005-03-01
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Title People Who Made a Difference Pioneers and Sheepmen of Our City
Description Apologies were made and accepted. All forgiven. What a fine, wise father! What a great lesson he taught these boys, easily and quickly learned by a short, friendly visit, apologies and forgiveness. PEOPLE WHO MADE A DIFFERENCE PIONEERS AND SHEEPMEN OF OUR CITY Jessie Oldroyd Senior Division First Place Short Story "Let as turn our memories back, far along those dreary tracks, to a band of Pioneers filled with hope and prayers." They had left their homes and all, coming from far across the sea. England. Scotland. Scandinavia and other countries, to this, a land of the free. They were later called. THE UTAH PIONEERS. Sanpete Valley is a special place because of these special people. They bad a certain quality, a culture, personal dignity and pride. They were faithful, courageous, industrious, a humble people, seeking a home in Ellis promised land. Because of them we have what we are today. and what we have.....A GREAT HERITAGE. We have comforts, peace. the inherited qualities of strong, worthy characters, industrious, creative, humility and civic pride. Oh, Pioneers, our Utah Pioneers! All hail to our Noble Pioneers. May we never forget them, for they were PEOPLE WHO MADE A DIFFERENCE. Today, we tail and give honor to our new Pioneers, the descendants of those wonderful people, the generations coming after them, all who continued to make a difference, making Sanpete...the place to live. Our story today...the first and second generation after the early pioneers, we remember and salute, give honor to our city's sheepmen. the woolgrowers and all the sturdy men who helped to tend the flocks, and to their families. They, too, had to work hard. climb hills and mountains, earning a good living, building and improving this new town...Uintah Springs, now Fountain Green. Most of the early settlements in this valley of the Sanpitch were in the l850's and 1860's...time of Indian troubles, the many problems confronting me settlers in this new land, mostly unexplored. 33
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Source Saga of the Sanpitch Vol 26
Setname snowc_sts
Date Created 2005-02-23
Date Modified 2005-02-23
ID 326164
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