Latter Day Saints -- Utah -- Spanish Fork -- History
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Typewritten and photocopied biography and autobiography. Stone gives an account of her life and that of her mother, Esmeralda Andrus Mckell (1865-1926). She emphasizes her and her mother's family background, childhoods, and educational experiences. Stone includes some poems by various authors and places all of the information within the interpretative framework of Mormon theology.
Typewritten history of Spanish Fork, Utah, which was signed by the author. The history concentrates on the era of the 1850s and tells about early schools, the arrival of settlers from Palmyra, Utah, problems with grasshoppers, and the war with the Ute Indians called the "Walker War."
Typescript of the biographies of William Robertson and his wife, Eliza Woodyett Robertson, who lived in Spanish Fork, Utah. Robertson was a Scottish convert to the Mormon Church who emigrated to Utah and became a major in the militia.
Typescript of a history of Spanish Fork High School in Spanish Fork, Utah with handwritten annotations. John Preston Creer is credited with founding the school.