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 SONS OF THE UTAH PIONEERS-ANCESTOR HISTORIES, PRESENTED BY MEMBERS OF THE EAST MILL CREEK CHAPTER.

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Sons of the Utah Pioneers-Ancestor Histories, presented by members of the East Mill Creek Chapter.



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These are copies of the pioneer histories of their ancestors given by members of the East Mill Creek Chapter and turned into the SUP Research Library from 1978 to 1983. The histories information dates from 1584-1981. Most are one to three pages in length.
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 •  Burrard District, British Columbia Census 1901: Bennett & Atlin, Cassiar (Stikine), Cassiar (Skeena)  An extraction from the 1901 census for three subdistricts of the Burrard District in British Columbia.
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