The Indian, Alma Shock Brown

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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
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Date Modified 2005-03-01
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Title The Indian, Alma Shock Brown
Description dismantled board by board and the material, including the square cut nails, used by my parents to build a home of their own The model of his ship and his famous "machine" have been lost REFERENCES BOOKS AND PERIODICALS (1) Anderson. Agnes 0 Prune Picking in Ephraim in Early 1900 Saga of the Sanpitch V 14 pp 126 ff (2) Howell .Demont H. The Shoulders on Which We Stand, 1982 (3) Rasmussen. V and Nielson M. The Manti Temple Centennial UNPUBLISHED MANUSCRIPTS (4) Anderson. Agnes O. " History of Agnes Olsen Anderson" (5) Anderson. Agnes O. " History of Andreas Olsen" (6) Peel. Johanna O. " History of Caroline Jensen Hoist Staaison Olsen" NEWSPAPERS AND M1SCELLANOUS (7) Articles concerning The Carriage Museum at Iron Mission Slate Park Color County, Spectrum Outlook Nov 3. 1976 and Sept 4, 1977 (8) "It happened in North Sanpete" The Mount Pleasant Pyramid September 7. 1978 p 16 (9) LDS Church Historical Dept 50 East No Temple. Salt Lake City Utah. 84150-Ref MS 7132. Folder #2 THE INDIAN. ALMA ¦SHOCK" BROWN Ruth D. Scow Senior Second Place Short Story The name of the Indian, Alma "Shock" Brown, has been part of my family history since my great grandparents, James "Polly" and his wife. Eunice Reasor Brown, bought Shock from some slave-trading Indians in the early 1850's The Browns paid S25 00 for this Indian boy They had served in the Mormon Battalion-James as a private and his wife as a washer- woman They were to be paid by the U S Government $7 00 each per month of service Their older boys, Neuman and Robert, signed on as teamsters After marching almost to Santa Fe, New Mexico, they were sent with the sick detachment from the Mormon Battalion to winter in Pueblo, Colorado They missed the main company of saints under Brigham Young by several days and arrived in Salt Lake City. 29 July 1847 In the fall of 1849, they were called as original settlers to Manti Perhaps it was with some of their mustering-out pay from the Army that they were able to pay for Alma Shock Brown 23
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