This Week in History March 10-16

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March 13, 1939: Electricity from Hoover Dam reaches Mesquite. Mesquite was wired and ready to go. One family’s children celebrated by using up two loaves of bread to make toast with an “electric toaster.”

March 13, 1912: Mr.’s Thoreson, Wilson, Bryan and Jacobs have been up to the narrows where they are contemplating putting in a dam.

March 14, 1913: Several of the townsmen have been working in Littlefield. They report the work on the Narrows project ditch is progressing nicely.

March 15, 1913: The Moapa Stake quarterly conference convenes at 10 a.m.

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