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Title Saga of the Sanpitch Vol 16
Subject Pioneers
Description Stories and poems about early Southern Utah Pioneers
Publisher Snow College
Date 1984
Type Text
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Language eng
Rights Management Snow College
Holding Institution Snow College
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Title Biographical Notes
Description BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES Slavne Thomson Anderson was born in Ephraim, Utah, a dau^iter of T. L. and Esther Lund Thomson. She was President of Snow College Student Body as she graduated from there. She received her BA from BYU. She has had her writings published in the Improvement Era and in anthologies. She and her husband, Rex Anderson, are parents or four children. Wilbur T. Braithwaite is a native of Manti, Utah, and is the basketball coach at Manti High School. He received his degrees at Otah State University and at the University of Michigan. He is a very versatile person with abilities in writing, music, and sports, as well as human relationships. He and his wife, Jane, are parents of five children and two grandchildren. Dorothy Jacobs Buchanan was born in Canada. Her parents, H. C, and Alberta L. Jacobs, moved to Mt. Pleasant, Utah, when 3he was three years old, where she spent her happy, growing up years. She graduated from the B.Y.U. and taught in Spring City and Richfield. She married Hobert D. Buchanan of Richfield, who ia now deceased. She has two daughters, six grandchildren, one great-grandchild. Lillian Hansen Ajriastrong -Fox was born in Manti, her father a native pioneer and her mother from Denmark. She attended local and state schools and received a Master Degree from B.Y.U. She taught school for 54 years. She married Ned Armstrong and he died in 19&0* They had four children and 17 grandchildren. Later she ma--ried Cleon Fox. She has been chairman of the Saga 1,77-81. Conrad Frischknecht was born in Manti of Swiss parents and has lived most of his life in Sanpete County. Upon retirement from ranching at age 78, and after the death of his wife, he resided in Salt Lake City for ten years. He is currently living with his daughter in Tacoma, Washington* Halbert S. Greaves was born in Ephraim, 1907. He is a graduate of Ephraim High School, the Univ. of Utah, North-western University, and the University of Wisconsin where he earned his Ph.D. He has taught in Utah high schools for four years, at Utah State University for six years, and at the University of Utah for twenty-nine years. He retired in 1975. Mr. Greaves is also a retired 0. S. Havy officer. James L. Jacobs lived in Mt. Pleasant, Utah, from 1908 to 1932. He is a graduate of Utah State Univ. where he received a Distinguished Service Award in 1959- He has been an officer of the U.S. Forest Service for 40 years. -101-
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Date Created 2005-02-19
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