Early days in Juab County, UT, including the city of Nephi, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data an excerpt reprinted from the rare book: History of Juab County, originally written and compiled by Alice Paxman McCune in 1947. The 143-page spiral bound book is 11" x 8 1/2 and is printed on 60# paper, with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. Chapter titles include: Juab County, Nephi, Mona, Levan, Tintic District, Eureka, Mammoth, Silver City, Diamond, Knightsville, Mills, Settlements in Western Juab County, Ranching Settlements in Juab Valley, Mt. Nebo, A Tribute to Service Men and Women of Juab County and Juab County Company of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers. Names of service men and women from World War I and World War II are included. The book has many pictures, although they are not always very clear. Besides buildings, scenery, and group photos, they include identified pictures of many pioneers and early residents, including: Judge George W. Bradley, Timothy B. Foote, Neal Heywood, Harriet Ann Grace Pyper, David Cazier, Thomas Ord, Martha Spence Heywood, Charles Sperry Sr., Zelnora Webb (Ockey), William A.C. Bryan, William Warner Sr., Eliza Chapman Gadd, Gerusha Boswell, Joseph G. Bigler, Celia Cazier, Annie Sorenson, Susannah C. Garfield, Emma Jane Kay Carter, 'Grandma' Margarette Balisby Kay, Henry I. Young, James Wilson, Sylvester Pierce, Charles A. Mangelson, Richard H. Gardner, John Hendrickson, Ira Morgan, John Hofheins, Henry Malmgren, Hans J. Hassell, John Beck, D.A. Lasee, J.U. Morton, Jesse Knight, Susie B. Worwood, and Alice McCune.