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Descendants visit town founded by Mormon Pacific Islanders

Seattle Times Saturday, 2 June 2018
Descendants visit town founded by Mormon Pacific IslandersSKULL VALLEY, Utah (AP) — A Utah ghost town founded over a hundred years ago by Pacific Islanders who converted to the Mormon church is still visited every year by descendants who decorate their ancestors’ gravesites. The Salt Lake Tribune reports Deborah Hoopiiaina’s family was among the first settlers of the town named Iosepha in […]
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