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Overview Mr. Steele tells of his father moving from Provo, Utah, to Mesa in 1876, where he homesteaded and eventually owned a restaurant. He recalls that his family had livestock including dairy cows and that he attended a two-room schoolhouse in Lehi. Mrs. Steele talks about her schooling and mentions that she took lunch to her father, a constable, everyday. She also describes riding in a horse-pulled buggy to Phoenix to attend the fair.