Groundcheery Dresses

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Title Saga of the Sanpitch Vol 17
Subject Pioneers
Description Stories and poems about early Southern Utah Pioneers
Publisher Snow College
Date 1985
Type Text
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Language eng
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Date Created 2005-03-01
Date Modified 2005-03-01
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Title Groundcheery Dresses
Description Then son, Andrew, didn't have one, or so we are told, Could it be in hard times that our "P" was sold? But on down the line "P" shows up now and then, And no relative can tell just where it has been. So the saga of Thomson will last an eon, Our family reunions will go on and on. And no matter what, vou re all cousins to me, As we all carry on--with or without a "P." Sources: Family records. History of Andrew Thomson, first son of Dorthea Anderson and Thomas Nielson, written by grandson Woodruff Thomson. Memorial Services for Dorthea A. Thompson. GROU1JDCHEPJRY DRESSES Ruth D. Scow 94 West 400 South Manti, UT R4642 Hon-Professional Division The kitchen door opened and Minerva called, "Hurry, May, Papa has the oxen yoked, and as soon as he gets the calves back in their pen, he is ready to so to the farm. He wants to pet there , - i. t-h c\ h 1~ " May hurriedly planted a kiss on Mother's cheek, grabbed her sunbonnet and the sack lunch, bolted for the door, and raced down the path to join her two sisters, who were already seated in the wagon. Soon Papa was in the wagon, too. Waving his whip above the oxen's back, he talked to Bill and 3all, as he guided them southward along the road to the farm. It was a beautiful day. Golden sunshine and billowy white clouds floated across the wide expanse of sky. Sego lilies, Indian paint brushes, daisies and other wild flowers grew among the 85
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Date Created 2005-02-23
Date Modified 2005-02-23
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