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another Clara Garland a one are Helen m tax permits to 19; 10, 7. violations not Early Efforts of Settlers Told The second cabin built by the Mormon settlers in Plain City (1860) · is now a pioneer life mu-, in seum of the Daughters of the Utah ] . . ~ , 3 * r rV»o 55tnTv nf TW at the _, I is in Little Rock, From Canyon i The cabin first belonged to John| Carver who hauled the logs from Pioneers. The cabin, repaired and improved and placed in a setting safe from storms, contains many articles reminiscent of Utah s early struggles. in received Bert M. Mrs. from his Private was residents in Merrill of North Ogden canyon. Mi. Carver and Henry Eames sawed the logs and boards, and then sent them to a carpenter, who laid the floor. The roof was made of willows, straw and dirt. The children used the scraps of wood for toys. The three children born in the cabin--Frances Moyes, Willard C. Carver and Mary Ann Geddes-were present at the dedicatory ceremony. Willard Carver told how his father had worked for many hours to move a big rock -at Utah Hot Springs and load it on his wagon to serve as a doorstep. The same rock will be placed again at the door of the cabin. List of Furnishings Items now in the cabin include: Picture of Brigham Young, picture of Plain City brass band, table and cloth, bed made up complete, rocking chair, two other chairs, doilies, and curtains at the window; dishes and vases and small knicknacks, brass kettle, steel knitting needles, bake kettle, water bench and wash dish, brass bucket, sausage grinder, sadiron, powder horn, album, musket, organ and stool, spinning wheel, knit-lace scarf, Indian corn-grinder, children's dresses, wool cards, boys suit, Indian beaded gloves and moccasins, lace nightcap, washstand with drawers, clock shelf and clock, copper balances. Principal Numbers The ceremony opened with a Captain Alminda Johnson then conducted the congregation in singing. Speakers included Elijah A. Larkin, W. C. Carver, Thomas England, and the following board members: Rosella Larkin, Lettie Manning, Almira Rich and Amelia Flygare, and the former historian, Evelyn Harris of Salt Lake City. Cordelia Carver told how the cabin was obtained, with the help of Walter Johnson. A solo, "Hard Times Come Again No More," by Bernice Carver; an organ selection by Delia Maw, and reading, "Changing Colors," by Elizabeth Lund, were given. A harmonica selection by Capt. Alminda Johnson and Inez Poulsen, accompanied on tht organ by Delia Maw, was presented. Annie Wheeler and Cordelia Carver danced-. Pioneer Thomas England then spoke on how the site for the meeting house was obtained. The dedicatory prayer was offered by Willard C. Carver. up the as "98 country is · for the to of He On the do . men by the out

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 22 Jul 1944, Sat,
  3. Page 8

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