These are the handwritten notes of the proceedings of the first Provo City Council meeting, covering from April 28, 1851 through August 6, 1853.
Full text transcripts are available in the final section listed in the Table of Contents.
Parry, Mae Timbimboo; Washakie Indian Reservation (Utah);
Mae Parry gives a life sketch of herself, including her growing up years in Washakie, Utah, and in a boarding school in California. She describes her family life, adventures in their little Indian school, and being the first Indian to graduate from...
Doris Judd talks about her early years growing up in the small town of Loa, Utah and her father herding sheep for a living. She describes her tightly knit family who were members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and her parents...
Utah Valley State College -- History; Central Utah Vocational School; Woodwork; Woodwork (Manual Training); Carpentry; Millwork (Woodwork);
Black and white photograph of J.C. Moffitt, Bill Howe (D.T.R.), and Vernon Christensen at the Utah County Fairgrounds Cattle and Horse Exhibit building looking at a wood table. The door behind them has a sign, "Wood Trades" on it.
Central Utah Vocational School -- History; Utah Valley State College -- History; Vocational Educational -- Utah -- History; Utah Trade Technical Institute -- History; Blacksmithing -- Vocational guidance -- Utah; Forging;
Black and white photograph of three students in the horseshoeing class. Marion C. Manwill is the instructor. The third person from the left in the photograph is filing the bottom of the horse's front left hoof.