Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, New Mexico Territory

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  • Page 430

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    Aug 25 1879 Advisor mounted their horses and went with us 60 mils to Islata & spent a week with us. We left and drove over a Desolate Hilly sandy country to Louis Ray He drew his water out of a well 165 feet deep By the aid of a mule we staid Untill 5 oclok & drove 18 miles & camped on a Barren sand ridge. Distance of the day 43 Mils August 26, 1879 ~ Tuesday 26 We drove ...
    Dates:
    August 26, 1879 August 27, 1879
  • Page 435

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    Aug 29, 18979 Islatas quite as capable of receiving any principle of the gospel or intelligence as the Anglo Saxon race The last family we parted with was Mrs Pascal Aveita a Noble Matron of about 50 years of age she put us up a Box of nice Peaches & grapes to take with us she had two fine daughters which appeared vary Lady like I felt to leave my Blessing with them & with the Islata's we drove to, we drove to the forks at the road & camped ...
    Dates:
    August 30, 1879 August 31, 1879 September 1, 1879
  • Page 7

    Part of Letter to John Taylor and Council, 15 September 1879

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    the next hour was one of the best meetings we had. We all felt in- spired, missionaries, Nephite men, women and children. I spoke and Bi^r^other Tenney interpreted. I never felt the want of tongues more than on this occasion. I taught the things of the kingdom of God and found hearts capable of receiving it. All were deeply interest- ed and the seeds we had sown in the hearts of that people will bring forth fruit. At the close of the meeting, the man who spoke in the meeting came to me and said ...
  • Page 9

    Part of Letter to John Taylor and Council, 15 September 1879

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    cost $1000.00. There was much more wealth than I would have looked for in as obscure a place as Albequirke. We spent the day in the place and left in the evening and camped five miles below on the banks of the river. On the 27th of August, we entered the village of Islatus (Ysleta), being the day before the great annual feast of this people. Brother Ammon M. Tenney had visited this people three years ago and had madd^e^ friends in the place. We called ...
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to John Taylor, 29 February 1880

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    Sunset, Apache Co. Arizona Feb. 29 [18]80 President John Taylor Dear brother: Your letter of Feb. 20 has just come to hand and before I recieved it I hade made my calculations to go to St. John Snowflake, Round Valley and to visit the settlements with brother John W. Young and to gather up all the Tithing money of Arizona and start for Utah the last of March via St. George and on to ...
    Dates:
    February 29, 1880
  • Page 6

    Part of Letter to John Taylor, 13 January 1880

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    has told all the emigration not to load down their teams with flour, they can get all they want in the settlements as cheap as in Utah. Others say they go by Bro Hatch's letters that tell them what to bring to Arizona to exchange for grain. Bro Hatch himself has not got a bushel of wheat or flour to feed his own big family. he looks towards Sunset for bread And even Brigham City across the river who raised 1200 bushels have sowed 300 or 400 ...
  • Page 17

    Part of Letter to John Taylor, 13 January 1880

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    from 200 to 300 Bushels a day with the best of attention, and all three of these settlements have to depend on it to thresh their wheat. it is now brok- en down so that it cannot be be used at all until a pinion wheel is sent from St. Louis or Z.C.M.I. Bro Smith has sent to both places for me. He sent for a bill of goods to the Co-op. when it came to Sunset it all came in one box Indigo, Alum, Logwood Madder ...
  • Page 319

    Part of Journal (January 1886 – December 1892)

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    Aug 12, 1890 Altitude of the summiMtount is 8300 feet. We Met Mr Beckwith He wanted the Mormon to vote for him we passed Cheyenne at Noon we arived at Denver at 8 oclok Evening staid 2 Hours we arived at Lejonla August 13, 1890 ~ Wednesday 13. at 5 oclok we arived at Albuquerque at Midnight we put up at San Felipe Hotel August 14, 1890 ~ Thursday 14 We Met with the ...
    Dates:
    August 13, 1890 August 14, 1890 August 15, 1890 August 16, 1890
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from J. B. Patterson, 24 August 1893

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    St. Johns, Arizona, Augst 24th 1893 Prest. Wilford Woodruff, Salt Lake City, Utah, Dear Brother, Your letter of the 16th Just Notifying me of an appointment to the missionary field of Great Britton and requesting, that I make arrangements to start from Salt Lake City. Nov 4th 193. was handed me, last Evening, In reply I would say, I fear it utterly impossible for me to make arrangements to have my, business interests properly cared for, during my absence, in ...
    Dates:
    August 24, 1893
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from L. W. Shurtliff, 3 September 1895

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    Business Letterhead Left side: OFFICERS OF ASSOCIATION: President, EX-OFFICIO THE GOVERNOR, 1895 HIS EXCELLENCY CALEB W. WEST. Vice-Presidents, HON. WILFORD WOODRUFF, EX-GOVERNOR ARTHUR L. THOMAS, JUDGE L. W. SHURTLIFF, Secretary, C. L. STEVENSON, C. E. Office: 38 W. Second South St., Salt Lake City. Right Side of page: EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: JUDGE L. W. SHURTLIFF, Chairman. HON. GEO. Q. CANNON. COL. F. H. HOLLOWAY. W. H. ROWE.
    Dates:
    September 3, 1895