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27 May 1881

Silk Association; Provo, Utah Territory

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Sister Eliza R. Snow spoke on the utility of silk culture and the adaptability of the climate of Utah for successful producing of silk. Announced that the Territorial Seri cultural Association had all manner of machinery for the manufacture of all the raw material that could be raised in the Territory for sometime. [. . .]

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Source Note

Silk Association,” Territorial Enquirer 4, no. 351 (1 June 1881): [3].

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