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    • Owens Family History, Part 2

    • Owens Family History, Part 2
    • Owens, Moylen
    • Oral histories; Navajo County; Biography; Mormon Pioneers--Arizona; James Clark Owens Family; Show Low, Arizona
    • Part 2: Moylen Owens continues his storytelling of childhood memories growing up on Huning Street. He describes his family of 11 siblings, the neighbors, the Apache Indians who came to town, and of the other traffic outside his home. He...
    • Reidhead Family History, Part 1

    • Reidhead Family History, Part 1
    • Reidhead, Val
    • Oral histories; Apache County; Navajo County; Show Low (Ariz.); Biography; Mormon Pioneers--Arizona; Timber--Arizona; Sawmills--Arizona; Reidhead family
    • Part 1: Val Reidhead's family was always in the sawmill business. He remembered growing up in lumber camps around Linden and Pinedale, Clay Springs and all over the country. Val's grandfather John Oscar Reidhead came from Utah sometime in the...
    • Owens Family History, Part 1

    • Owens Family History, Part 1
    • Owens, Moylen
    • Oral histories; Navajo County; Biography; Mormon Pioneers--Arizona; James Clark Owens Family; Show Low, Arizona
    • Part 1: Moylen Owens gives the history of the James Clark Owens, who was a rock mason that helped build the LDS Temple in Salt Lake City, Utah. James Clark Owens was one of the earliest Mormon pioneers to come to this area, first settling in...
    • Amos, Cooley and West Family History, Part 1

    • Amos, Cooley and West Family History, Part 1
    • West, Glenn and West, Lonnie
    • Oral histories; Arizona History; Apache County (Ariz.); Navajo County (Ariz.); Biography; Cooley, Corydon E. (Corydon Eliphalet), 1836-1917; White Mountain Apache of the Fort Apache Indian Reservation; Apache Indians--Wars; Apache Indians--Women;...
    • Part 1: Glenn and Lonnie West tell the history of their mother's grandparents, Corydon E. and Mollie Cooley. Corydon E. Cooley came west from Virginia when he was 20 years old, before the Civil War. He first moved to Santa Fe, but then followed...
    • Nikolaus Family History, Part 1

    • Nikolaus Family History, Part 1
    • Nikolaus, Leland
    • Oral histories; Navajo County; Biography; Show Low (Ariz.); Mormon Pioneers--Arizona; Small business--Arizona
    • Part 1: At the time of this interview, Leland Nikolaus was 90 years old, and had the distinction of being the oldest living resident having been born in Show Low, Arizona. Leland's grandfather, Franz Ludwig Nikolaus, born in 1858, emigrated from...
    • Cooley Family History, Part 2

    • Cooley Family History, Part 2
    • Cooley, Anthony
    • Oral histories; Arizona History; Apache County (Ariz.); Navajo County (Ariz.); Biography;
    • In Part 2, Anthony discusses the history of the Cooley Ranch, of Corydon E. Cooley's affiliations with Marion Clark and the Huning brothers, and the early Mormons. He gives in detail various versions of the legend of the card game that named the...
    • Photograph of William J. Flake

    • Photograph of William J. Flake
    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifact: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • B&W Photograph of William J. Flake. After Henry Huning purchased Corydon Cooley's Ranch in 1888, he attempted to extend his empire by fencing North and East of the Show Low Valley. In 1901 the railroad contested his right to fence the open land...
    • Photograph of The Old LDS Church

    • Photograph of The Old LDS Church
    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifact: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photograph
    • B&W Photograph of the first ward building of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Show Low Ward. Prior to 1915, the LDS meeting place was one of the original buildings of Cooley and Huning, a barn that belonged to Bishop James C....
    • Photograph of the Huning Bunkhouse

    • Photograph of the Huning Bunkhouse
    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifact: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • B&W Photograph of Henry Huning's bunkhouse, located on the west side of Show Low Creek, first sheltered the ranch hands of Cooley's Ranch. As the ranch passed from Cooley to Huning, and then from Huning to the Mormon pioneers, Willard and Emma...

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