American Fork, Utah County, Utah Territory

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  • Page 313

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    June 101 had made war upon us & wished to destroy us because of our religion thinking that it would be popular but He found that Congress would not sustain him in it he had got into a bad scrape and wished to get out of it the best he could now he wants pece because he is in the wrong & has met with a strong resistance by a strong high minded people in these mountains which he did not expect to meet, we are willing to give him peace upon ...
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    June 12, 1858 June 13, 1858 June 14, 1858 June 15, 1858
  • Page 146

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

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    May 31, 1861 ~ Friday May 31, 1861 We returned to Cedar City & held a meeting John Taylor & D. H. Wells Preached. We partook of a sumptuous dinner about 50 persons sat down to the Table. Another Express arived late last ningh [night]. June 1, 1861 ~ Saturday June 1. We drove to parawan but before starting we gathered in to the social Hall to hear the Express read I here ...
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    May 31, 1861 June 1, 1861 June 2, 1861 June 3, 1861 June 4, 1861 June 5, 1861 June 6, 1861 June 7, 1861 June 8, 1861
  • Page 147

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

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    June 9, 1861 ~ Sunday June 9 1861 Sunday I spent the day watering my garden June 10, 1861 ~ Monday 10 I called at the office but spent most of the day in the garden June 11, 1861 ~ Tuesday 11. I spent the day in the gardingen Hoeing & pruning June 12, 1861 ~ Wednesday 12. I spent most of the day in the garden but wrote some in the office June 13, 1861 ~ Thursday ...
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    June 9, 1861 June 10, 1861 June 11, 1861 June 12, 1861 June 13, 1861 June 14, 1861 June 15, 1861 June 16, 1861 June 17, 1861 June 18, 1861 June 19, 1861 June 20, 1861 June 21, 1861 June 22, 1861 June 23, 1861
  • Page 148

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

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    June 23, 1861 Sunday Meeting opened by Prayer by James Cummings. President Young themn called upon J. D. Ross who addressed the Saints followed By James Ferguson whose hands & armes shook like a man with the num palsey. He spoke vary well He was followed by G. A. Smith, H. C. Kimball & President Young, who spoke vary plain upon the subject of Betraying our Brethren as some had done these He said they should ...
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    June 23, 1861 June 24, 1861 June 25, 1861 June 26, 1861 June 27, 1861
  • Page 139

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

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    May 15 1861 We rode to American Fork & spent the night. President Young stoped at Bishop Harringtons I stoped at Brothe Bourns We had a meeting at 4 oclok at the New Tabernacle to dedicate it it was a good House & well finished off not a quarter could get in so we held a meeting out of Doors. G. A. Smith opened By Prayer President Young then spoke to the people (G. D. Watt Reported the sermon) President ...
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    May 15, 1861 May 16, 1861 May 17, 1861 May 18, 1861 May 19, 1861 May 20, 1861
  • Page 359

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

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    June 16, 1865 ~ Friday June 16, 1865 I spent the day at the farm & night at home June 17, 1865 ~ Saturday 17. I spent the day at home, in the Endowment house. We gave Endowments to 55 persons H C K sealed 8 couple W. W. 9, G Q Cannon 16, & J Taylor 4 couple I read my Autiobiog- raphy in the Evening. Hon Mr Colfax speaker of the House of ...
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    June 16, 1865 June 17, 1865 June 18, 1865 June 19, 1865 June 20, 1865 June 21, 1865 June 22, 1865 June 23, 1865 June 24, 1865
  • Page 360

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

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    June 25, 1865 ~ Sunday Sunday June 25 1865 Meeting commenced at 10 oclok W Woodruff Prayed H. S Eldridge G Q Cannon & L Snow spoke in the forenoon in the Afternoon President Young spoke & reproved the Merchants & said they would go to hell if they did not repent & use their surplus means for building up the kingdom of God for they had got it out of the saints we travelled in the ...
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    June 25, 1865 June 26, 1865 June 27, 1865 June 28, 1865 June 30, 1865 July 1, 1865 July 2, 1865 July 3, 1865 July 4, 1865 July 5, 1865 July 6, 1865 July 7, 1865 July 8, 1865
  • Page 319

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

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    July 3d 1864 Lake City on the 2d Monday in Aug. July 4, 1864 ~ Monday 4. I went into the canyon got a load of wood then rode home to G. S. L. City distance 45 July 5, 1864 ~ Tuesday to July 7, 1864 ~ Thursday 5, 6, 7. I spent the time in the Hay field cutting grass & drawing Hay July 8, 1864 ~ Friday 8. In company with George Nebeker My wife
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    July 3, 1864 July 4, 1864 July 5, 1864 July 7, 1864 July 8, 1864 July 9, 1864 July 10, 1864 July 11, 1864 July 13, 1864 July 14, 1864 July 15, 1864 July 16, 1864
  • Page 47

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

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    Aug 15 1873 guage & went up the American Fork Canyon to the End of the rail road whare the party had a splendid scenery of one of the wasach canyons we were drawn up 15 Miles by Mules with an Ascent of about 270 feet in a mile on our return we came without Mule or steam quite as rapid as any of us wished to ride we were guided on our descent by the use of Brake all were delighted with days Excursion but arived home vary weary distance of the day 100 Miles ...
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    August 16, 1873 August 17, 1873 August 18, 1873 August 20, 1873 August 21, 1873 August 22, 1873 August 23, 1873 August 24, 1873
  • Page 76

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

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    April 27, 1874 Erastus Snow spok 45 minuts A O. Smoot 40 m[inutes] We then Organized the People of that Branch into the United Order of Zion & Elected their Officers. we then rode to American Fork & held a meeting at 7 oclok W Woodruff spoke about one hour followed By A. Cannon & E Snow we also Organized that Branch into the United Order. I spent the night at Brother Greenwoods but I was quite Unwell through ...
    Dates:
    April 28, 1874 April 29, 1874 April 30, 1874 May 1, 1874 May 2, 1874 May 3, 1874