Apache County, Arizona Territory

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  • Page 469

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

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    January 1, 1880 ~ Thursday Jan 1, 1880 Jan 1, 1880 How these figures look to me I was born March 1, 1807 if I was to live untill 18087 I should be 80 years of age but how long I shall live & remain in the flesh God ownly Knows. This year opens with a prospect of Great hostility of our government against the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints and the Kingdom of God Esstablished in Utah and adjoining Territories in the rocky Moun- ...
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    January 1, 1880 January 2, 1880 January 3, 1880 January 4, 1880
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from Stephen D. Parrish, 9 August 1892

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    S. D. PARRISH. ATTORNEY AT LAW RICHMOND, - - - KENTUCKY Special Attention Given to Land Titles. I enclose clipping from The Star. Arizo., giving synopis of celebration of the "Latter-Day Saint." July 3d, in Apache Co. August 9th, 1892. Wilford Woodruff, Esqr., Salt Lake City. Dear Sir: - I trush the interst I take in the subject men- tioned will be an excuse sufficient for the liberty I take in thus addressing you. For several years I have ...
    Dates:
    August 9, 1892
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter from E. Ellsworth, 3 March 1893

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    To any particular place. he said we should have his blessing to do so and to settle where we de sired if it was to settle in old Mexico but if we went into old Mexico he would advise us to get a company of not less than 100 fam ilies for safety. Some three or four of us mooved three of us settled here in Apache Co. when the Seventies reorganized a Circular was sent to the scattered members advising them to join the quorums near where they were located ...
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    Part of Letter to John Taylor, 25 November 1879

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    raise, if they can: as bread-stuff is as high again here as it is there. I should like to be informed, as soon as you receive this, what the prospect is about the companies, and what the chance will be about their bringing cows with them. We can begin to feel and see the importance of the counsel and views of President Young, years ago concerning this country, and he often said: "Brethren, form your Settlements in Arizona ^and^ New Mexico, for the day will come ...