Children ran barefoot across the red sandstone. Each town had only one stoplight, but there were two movie houses. The hundreds of Southern Utah men who went to Korea to fight in that "undeclared war" all came home safely. It was an idyllic time in Cedar City and St. George. Few worried about fallout from the atomic testing on the Nevada desert. Competition between Branch Agricultural College (BAC) and Dixie College, and between the city's high schools, was intense. Local young men and women (and many from all across Utah) found lifelong friends while working summers at Zion, Bryce, Cedar Breaks and the Grand Canyon. "Sing-aways" to the "Dudes" (tourists) were daily highlights for these young workers.
Release date: Thursday, August 8th, 2002
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