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Morgan Family Pioneer Heritage

The twins Earl and Merl were born in 1916


The twins must have been a significant event in the lives of George William and Emily Morgan because they seem to have started taking pictures, which have given us pictorial information about the farms and ranches where they lived.


Earl and Merl with a calf. Note the corral poles were made of Quaking Aspen.


The twins Earl and Merl got a sheep by the horns. In the background, a historically important look at the wagons that were used for heavy work around the farm in those days.


Earl and Merl during their early bronc riding days. Pictures like this one are enough to make a person nostalgic for the old days on the farm.

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