American Fork, Utah County, Utah Territory

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    Part of Letter from George F. Shelley, 17 December 1894

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    American Fork, Dec. 17th 1894 President Wilford Woodruff Salt Lake City Dear Brother:– Your circular letter stating that my name had been handed in for a mission and asking if I would be ready to start for the Southern States on April 13th next, was duly recieved. In reply will say that, if all is well, I shall be on hand at the time speci- fied. I am, Your brother in the gospel,
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    Part of Letter to Wilford Woodruff and Joseph F. Smith from William M. Palmer, 4 May 1889

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    May 4 [18]89 Wm M Palmer Lehi Rcd May 6 [18]89 no answr Lehi May the 4 1889 Prests. Woodruff & Smith My dear brethern I am traveling and lecturing to the young people in this Stake and in Alpine and this place they are leading out in Mutual Improvement, but in American Fork they are in a bad plite, only about 15 atending meetings during the winter, but the several Saloons and bilard rooms are well filled with young men ...
    Dates:
    May 4, 1889
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    Part of Letter from William S. Greenwood, 25 March 1895

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    AMERICAN FORK CO-OPERATIVE INSTITUTION, DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, OILS & PAINTS. GRAIN, BALED HAY AND ALL KINDS OF UTAH PRODUCE. JAMES H. CLARK, SUPT. American Fork, Utah, Mar 25 1895 Pres Wilford Woodruff Dear Brother I received the call you have made of me, and in answer will say that with the help of the Lord I will be ready to leave on the Date mentioned in the call (viz/ 13 April 95) Your Brother in Gospel Wm ...
    Dates:
    March 25, 1895
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    Part of Discourse 1876-10-06

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    584 THE DESERET NEWS. OCTOBER 11 DESERET NEWS WEEKLY. TRUTH AND LIBERTY. WEDNESDAY, - OCT. 11. 1876. People's Ticket! FOR DELICATE TO CONGRESS, GEO. Q. CANNON. THE SEMI-ANNUAL CONFERENCE. FIRST DAY THE Forty-seventh [forty-sixth] Semi-Annual Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, con- vened this morning in the New Tabernacle, October 6th, 1876, at 10 o'clock. PRESENT ON THE STAND Of the First Presidency. -- Brig- ham Young, Daniel H. Wells ...
    Dates:
    October 11, 1876
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    Part of Letter from George D. Robinson, 23 April 1897

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    AMERICAN FORK CO-OPERATIVE INSTITUTION, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS & ALL KINDS PRODUCE. JAS. H. CLARK, Superintendent American Fork, Utah, [44]23 1897 Pres. Wilford Woodruff Salt Lake Citie Dear Brother Your Communication Calling my Services to Southern States Mission duly received and wich and [unessiting] service will say, I will be in hand, nothing interferring on 21st July 1897 at Historians Office Yours very Truly Geo. D. Robinson ...
    Dates:
    April 23, 1897
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    Part of Letter from Heber A. Harrington, 19 April 1897

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    American Fork Utah Monday Apr 19 [18]97 Pres. Wilford Woodruff Salt Lake City Dear Brother Your communication of the 17 inst. calling me to labor in the Northern States was duly rec'd. In reply will say that I shall be ready to go as early in November as you see fit. The Lord being willing Your Brother in the Gospel Heber A. Harrington W D Robinson Bishop ...
    Dates:
    April 19, 1897
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    Part of Letter to William Paxman, 9 September 1888

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    2 They are employed as workmen in various occupations; but we think they should be in communities where they can receive better advantages and be able to pay some at- tention to the cultivation of the soil. We shall keep this matter before us, be- cause it is one that we are already questioned upon by Brother Joseph H. Dean, who has attained some success in preaching to the natives of the Samoan Islands, where he and his wife have gone from the Sandwich Islands. The prospects there ...
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    Part of Letter to George Albert Smith, 28 May 1856

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    delivered twice a year as we suppose. The clerk of Gerrish's store has reported that the Carrier informed him that his orders from McGraw were that when he started with the Salt Lake mail, and came to any streams that were high not to attempt to crop them but to return to Salt Lake, until the waters were low, as he would get his pay just the same as though the mail went. Last Tuesday they administered blessings to 20 persons from Dry creek, and 20 from American Fork—yesterday to ...