Pioneers Remembered

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Title Saga of the Sanpitch Vol 27
Subject Pioneers
Description Stories and poems about early Southern Utah Pioneers
Publisher Snow College
Date 1995
Type Text
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Language eng
Rights Management Snow College
Holding Institution Snow College
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Setname snowc_sts
Date Created 2005-03-01
Date Modified 2005-03-01
ID 326335
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Title Pioneers Remembered
Description stood and received our applause Of course, refreshments were a highlight of the day as we enjoyed the good food prepared by willing hands and donations ranged from sandwiches, cookies and punch, to banquets and box lunches It has been a source of great pleasure to honor the oldest man and woman who have also made a difference in our community. We revere the memories of these dear souls Sylvester Barton, Mrs E. C Johnson, S A Barton, Mrs Sophus W. Johansen, C W. Sorenson, Jennie Rasmussen, Marie Johnson, Carrie Jorgensen, James Monsen, Zerome Zabriskie, J S Bjelke. Ann Madsen, Laura Watkins, Axel Bjelke, H. C. Jacobs, William Anderson, Maggie Peel, Jacob Christensen, Frans Christensen, Peter Fredricksen, Eliza Staker, Christian Jensen, Emma Knudsen, John Knudsen, Mrs Levi Reynolds, Peter Monsen, Mary Wilcox. R M Bennet. C.W. Anderson, Jens C Jensen, Emily Coates Averett, Hyrum Seely, P C Peterson, Ole Hansen, E. C. Johnson, Ann Nelson, Brigham Porter, O. M. Aldrich, James C Johansen, Hans Lund, Ella Lund, Jean Syndergaard, Pauline Seely, Nellie Madsen, Hyrum Merz. Edward Kauffman, Mina Stansfield, Abner Rosenlof, D A Shelley. Charles Anderson, Myron Johnson, Herbert Norman, Charles Anderson, Minnie Rutishauser, Talula Nelson Lettie Peterson, Wilford Hansen, Bessie Olsen, Rudolph Larsen, Clarence Ericksen, Mae Seely, Iva Truscott, Anna Gunderson, and Amy Ursenbach Hannah Aldrich and Annie Brotherson lived over a century. The popular beard-growing contest, kangaroo court, costume balls and grand marches have given way to the changing of times, but the spirit of our celebrations still rings loud and clear in our minds. It may be just a little street where old friends meet, but the sun still shines on our pioneer monument and in the hearts of all who attend this homecoming day. A special thanks goes to Hilda Madsen Longsdorf who served as secretary of this organization for thirty-five years and was instrumental in gathering information for the history book of Mt Pleasant from its settlement until 1939. The day will never come when pioneering is at an end, and so it is good sometimes to look back and remember and appreciate those who have made possible the achievements of today Sources. History of Mt. Pleasant Minutes of Pioneer Historical Association Persona] experiences as a board member 14
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Source Saga of the Sanpitch 27
Setname snowc_sts
Date Created 2005-02-23
Date Modified 2005-02-23
ID 326301
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