Outside Influences - Mt Pleasant Seminary

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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
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Language eng
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Title Outside Influences - Mt Pleasant Seminary
Description facility , but "we plant on doing something about it next year if possible."(13) Over the years the building was renovated, remodeled. and enlarged to accommodate the increasing needs of students and faculty. Following construction of the new North Sanpete High School, a second seminary building near the new school in southeast Mt. Pleasant was completed and turned over to the stake. Dedicated in March 1986. it was "a delightful building...the church inspector said that it [was] the best seminary building in the church."(14) A distinctive entity in North Sanpete School District, the LDS Seminary had been educating students for more than seventy-five years. The Lords influences still persist. 1. "History of the North Sanpete Stake L.D.S. Seminar) (Mt. Pleasant Seminary)." Unpublished typescript in collection housed in the Regional Seminaries and Institutes Office. Cedar City. Utah, On loan to the Mt. Pleasant Seminary. March 1992. 2. Childs was married to Margaret Peel, a former Ml. Pleasant resident. 3. Christensen, a native of Fairview, was a graduate of the Mt. Pleasant Seminary. married to the former Louise Fowles of Mt. Pleasant, also a seminary graduate. Christensen was later at the Institute of Religion at Idaho Sate University in Pocatello. at the University of Wyoming in Laramie. and finished nil career with the United Stales Postal Service in Washington sale. He was killed in an automobile accident. 4. Anderson taught for thirty-eight years, sixteen of them in Ml. Pleasant- Currently in his mid-nineties. he lives with his wife. Elizabeth, in Pleasant Grove in the house where he 5. Letters for Owen B. Anderson to Wm. E, Berrett. 7 September 1954: William E. Bantu to Owen B. Anderson. 24 September 1954; Verl E. Johansen to William E. Barrett. J] August: William E. Barrett to Verl E. Johansen. 2 September 1955. 6. Looseleaf History of the Ml. Pleasant Seminary, from the Ml. Pleasant Seminary collection. Mt. Pleasant. Utah. 7. Looseleaf History of the Ml. Pleasant Seminary. Prom the Ml. Pleasant collection, Mt. Pleasant, Utah. 8. Mt. Pleasant Seminary, report dated May 1961. From Seminary Collection. 9. "History of North Sanpete Stake L.D.S. Seminary (Mt. Pleasant Seminary]." Unpublished typescript in collection of Regional Seminaries. Cedar City. Utah. 10. "History of Seminary Year of 1942-1943." unpublished typescript in Seminary Collection. 11. "History of the North Sanpete L. D. S. Seminary (Mt. Pleasant Seminary)." 12. "Candy from Heaven." typewritten report dated 1978. From Seminary Collection. Uncle Wiggly Wings was the name given Gail Halvorson. an LDS pilot from Garland. Utah. who flew numerous flights during the Berlin Blockade following World War II. Recently he planned to simulate a similar drop over the war-torn areas in the former USSR regions. 13. "History of the North Sanpete L.D.S. Seminary [Mt. Pleasant -Seminary )." 14 Clinton D. Buttars. -History of the Ml. Pleasant Seminary. 1983-1984." From Seminary Collection. 116
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Source Saga of the Sanpitch Vol 26
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Date Created 2005-02-23
Date Modified 2005-02-23
ID 326158
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