That Kicking Cow

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Title Saga of the Sanpitch Vol 30
Subject Pioneers
Description Stories and poems about early Southern Utah Pioneers
Publisher Snow College
Date 1998
Type Text
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Language eng
Rights Management Snow College
Holding Institution Snow College
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Date Created 2005-03-01
Date Modified 2005-03-01
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Title That Kicking Cow
Description the morning of February 18, 1882, and his funeral was held in the Assembly Hall in Salt Lake City. On the stand were Presidents John Taylor, Joseph F. Smith, and Wilford Woodruff. Numerous other notables attended. Also on February 28, 1883, at a general meeting of the Seventies in Ephraim, Sanpete County, resolutions of respect were offered to the memory of Elder John Van Cott. A much beloved man had returned home. Works Cited 1. Scott, Dr. Kenneth, "Orphan Children Sent to New Netherlands," de Halve Moen, 49 (Oct. 1964) pp. 5-6 2. Van Cott, Annie A. Van Cott Family.( 1948) pp. 60-61 3. Jensen, Andrew, Latter-day Saint Biographical Encyclopedia, 2(1914) p. 728 4. Van Cott, Van Cott History. (1932) p. 78 5. Ibid. p. 104 6. "Diploma" Award, (3-5.Oct. 1872), Territorial award in possession of author. 7. Jensen, Biographical Encyclopedia, 2,728 8. Crawley, Peter. The Constitution of the State of Deseret, (1964) p. 3 9. Latter-day Saint Millennial Star. (Jan. 15,1853)p. 6 10. Burton, Alma P., Karl G. Maeser.(I953)p.6 11. Bartholomew, Rebecca, and Leonard J.Arrington, Rescue of the 1856 Handcart Pioneer, (1993)pp. 33-34 11 Ivins, R. "The First Seven Presidents of the Seventies," Improvement Era. (Apr., 1935) 13. See Sanpete County land records, Bk D. p.231. The Property is on the corner of 2nd East and 1st North Today it belongs to Snow College, (June 15,1871) 14. Van Cott, Van Cott History. (1932) pp. 282-292 15. Manti Centennial Committee, The Manti Temple {1988) pp. 13, 149 THAT KICKING COW Robert L. Jensen Senior Honorable Mention Anecdote It was Friday evening and I was excited. Just as soon as I got that old Jersey cow milked, I would be headed for Bill Mac's theater to see the Buck Roger's serial. As a young boy, milking the cow was my responsibility and our family depended on it for our milk and butter. Arriving at the barn, I found the cow with her head through the stall waiting to be fed. Good, that would save some time. 30
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Source Saga of the Sanpitch Vol 30
Setname snowc_sts
Date Created 2005-02-23
Date Modified 2005-02-23
ID 326342
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