Get the roll surface right: The right finish improves film or sheet quality and raises output. Yet most processors don't know how to measure surface roughness or to specify it properly. By moving up the birthday cutoff , Assembly Bill 85 would bring California in step with the majority of states, Runner said. The automatic transfer of the casting to the grinding or cutoff workstation may use belt or vibrating conveyors, overhead monorail or power and free conveyors, indexing or walking beam mechanisms to transfer and position castings at the workstation. Processing the casting for cutoff and grinding.
Depending on the selected cutoff date, amended returns may need to be prepared in order to apply the new provisions. High-speed cutoff machines, like the one illustrated in Fig. Cleaning rooms gain efficiency. Third cutoff gives hope to DU aspirants. February Learn how and when to remove this template message. Bibliography [ edit ] DeLafosse, Peter H. A Guide to Utah's Emigrant Trails, — Utah State University Press , The Emigrants' Guide to Oregon and California.
Applewood Books , Facsimile of the ed. Hastings Cutoff Sesquicentennial ed.
Edited by Peter H. Roderic , and Dale L. West from Fort Bridger: Revised and updated by Will Bagley and Harold Schindler. Knight, Hal, Days to Zion.
Diaries and Letters of the California-Oregon Trail. University of Nebraska Press , Reprint; originally published by Talisman Press in Grantsville to Donner Springs, May Salt Lake City, UT: The Weber Canyon Route.
Retrieved from " https: The trail proceeds along the northern side of the Big Sandy to its confluence with the Green River. Fording the Green River was very risky, so most travelers used one of a number of ferries operating on the Green River, including the Lombard Ferry and the Robinson Ferry. Established in by legendary frontiersman Jim Bridger and his partner Louis Vasquez , Fort Bridger was a vital refueling post and a welcome rest after the particularly difficult journey from South Pass. The Mormon Trail continues southwest, fording the Bear River and crossing into Utah south of the current town of Evanston.
Settlers had to decide between time and the health of their livestock. A traveler in wrote:. We lay by preparing to Crossing the Cut off to Green river a distance of 40 miles without Wood or Water set out on the Journey at 3AM and landed on Green river the distance aforesaid at 3'Oclock of the 19th it being 24 hours drive .
The route reached the height of popularity during the California Gold Rush of the s when a desire to speed to the California gold fields outweighed the risks. The route was named the Sublette Cutoff by Joseph Ware in his popular guide book to the trail after an individual named Solomon Sublette who told him about the route, and not William Sublette as is popular myth.
The popularity of the guide book during the s cemented the name, though most scholars today call it the Sublette-Greenwood Cutoff after its original discoverer.
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As on the main route, several ferries operated where the cutoff crossed the Green River near the present day town of La Barge. Early settlers crossed the Names Hill Ford, which was barely passable when the water was low.
Later The Names Hill Ferry offered a safer alternative. West of the ford is its namesake, Names Hill , which is a prominent emigrant "recording area" with signatures and other carvings. One notable signature is James Bridger,,Trapper. It is unclear if the signature is authentic, since Bridger was known to be illiterate. This route was slightly longer than the Sublette, but had the advantage of only 10 waterless miles rather than the 45 endured on the Sublette trail.
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It was built under the supervision of Frederick W. Lander by federal contractors in —one of the first federally sponsored roads in the west.
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The little used Honey Lake part of the proposed route near the present states of Nevada and California border was improved in under Lander's direction but did not go much beyond improving some watering holes—work ceased in The "Lander Road" was the first section of the federally funded road through the future states of Wyoming and Idaho. Expeditions under the command of Frederick W.
Lander surveyed a new route starting at Burnt Ranch following the last crossing of the Sweetwater River before it turned west over South Pass. The trail entered Star Valley about 6 miles 9.
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After crossing the Caribou Range the road split, turning almost ninety degrees and progressing southwest to Soda Springs, Idaho or alternately heading almost due west and passing south of Grays Lake now part of the Grays Lake National Wildlife Refuge  to Fort Hall Idaho. The Lander Road had good grass, fishing, water and wood but was high, rough and steep in many places. By crossing the lush Wyoming and Salt River Ranges instead of circling via the deserts to the south, the route provided ample wood, grass and water for the travelers, and cut nearly 7 days off the total travel time for wagon trains going to Fort Hall.
Records after are lacking and its use after that period are assumed to sharply decrease since the Sublette Cutoff, the Central Overland Route and other cutoffs were just about as fast or faster and were much less strenuous. Today the Lander Cutoff road s are roughly followed by a series of county and Forest Service roads. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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