Neal Family

The Neal Family lived on the furthest ranch north of Jensen, on the west side of the Green River and approximately 2.5 miles from the Carnegie Quarry, it was a great place for Douglass to set up a temporary camp. The family was additionally extremely beneficial to excavations both in the first few months and throughout the years. During the initial excavations Douglass and Mr. William Neal traded labor. Even after the Douglass family moved closer to the quarry, the Neal Family continued to aid the efforts with grain and food as well as support in emergencies.

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