This Week In History October 8, 2015

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Oct. 1881: Brother Abbott brought his thresher to Mesquite and set it in the yard of Brother Burgess. He threshed 110 bushels of barley and returned home after dark.

Oct.1906: Worst flood witnessed in 64 years by Albert Frehner.

Oct 12, 1916: First families attempting to complete the round trip from LA to SLC on the Arrowhead trail pass through Bunkerville.

Oct 14, 1918: Governor Emmet B. Boyle and Senator C.B. Henderson are the first to visit Mesquite for a political meeting.

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