Bear Lake, Idaho and Utah Territories

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  • Page 97

    Part of Journal (October 22, 1865 – December 31, 1872)

    Excerpt:
    Sept 10th 1867 if he kept the Celestial Law. September 11, 1867 ~ Wednesday 11th we left Franklin at 5 oclok & drove to the foot of the Mountains & Nooned, we then most of us walked up the Mountain & rode down to Liberty & took supper with Solomon Hale & E N Austin Brother Hale had done a great deal of work in that place in making Improvements. we then drove to
    Dates:
    September 11, 1867 September 12, 1867 September 13, 1867 September 14, 1867 September 15, 1867
  • Page 98

    Part of Journal (October 22, 1865 – December 31, 1872)

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    Sept 15th 1867 of the Earth about half a mile of Each other the North stream springs out of a B[r]anch is abot 2 rods wide & 2 feet deep this runs about 1/4 of a Mile & Empties into the south stream this stream was one solid Black Mass of young trout some 6 inches long & the school covered the whole bottom near a foot deep & 2 rods wide & as far down the stream as I Examined there were hundreds of Bushels which I saw these small fish supply bear lake as ...
    Dates:
    September 16, 1867 September 17, 1867 September 18, 1867 September 20, 1867
  • Page 346

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

    Excerpt:
    February 6, 1865 ~ Monday Feb 6, 1865 A plesant morning my Boys went to Fort Harriman for cattle. I spent the day in the office [FIGURE] I wrote 3 letters 2 to Jud[g]e Kenney 1 to Justin Wixom February 7, 1865 ~ Tuesday 7. I spent the day in the office writing February 8, 1865 ~ Wednesday 8. [FIGURE] I read my History with Brother Tullage I received a letter from Richard R Hopkins in Bear ...
    Dates:
    February 6, 1865 February 7, 1865 February 8, 1865 February 9, 1865 February 10, 1865 February 11, 1865 February 12, 1865 February 13, 1865 February 15, 1865
  • Page 326

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

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    September 8, 1864 ~ Thursday Sept 8, 1864 A cold Morning we drove to Cove Creek & Nooned with Wilden it was vary dusty we then drove to Bever & spent the night with Brother Shepherd 55 m we held a meeting at candle light J Taylor & O Hyde spoke to the People September 9, 1864 ~ Friday 9. We drove to Elk Horn Springs & Nooned then drove to Parawan and held a meeting ...
    Dates:
    September 8, 1864 September 9, 1864 September 10, 1864 September 11, 1864 September 12, 1864 September 13, 1864
  • Page 311

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

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    May 10, 1864 ~ Tuesday May 10, 1864 I spent the day in assisting to shear my sheep they sheared 88 May 11, 1864 ~ Wednesday 11. We finished shiring my sheep to day I had 154 in all He had used & lost some 25 of my old sheep & used 8. May 12, 1864 ~ Thursday 12 I took my wool & returned home to the City I have a severe Cold upon my Lungs & have had for some 2 weeks [FIGURE] I received a ...
    Dates:
    May 10, 1864 May 11, 1864 May 12, 1864 May 13, 1864 May 14, 1864 May 15, 1864 May 16, 1864 May 17, 1864 May 18, 1864 May 19, 1864
  • Page 312

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

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    May 19 1864 the mud holes I ever saw in my life & place them in a string & then try to drive a team through them what made them worse than then Illinois & Indianna mud Holes was they were nothing but mud while these were full of trees stumps & brush, both Horses & Mules struggled fearfully Belly deep in mud to make advancement occasionally a pair of Horses or Mules would fall & be buried all over Except their Heads but men would go in pry out the ...
    Dates:
    May 20, 1864 May 21, 1864
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from Edward McGregor Patterson, 8 January 1889

    Excerpt:
    Bloomington Bear Lake Idaho Jan 8th 1889 President Wilford Woodruff Dear Brother Yours of the 3 Inst came to hand and I have read it carfully. If I am capable and worthy to perform such a mission as you have notified me of I feel it my most sacred duty and will try to be ready at the apointed time God been my helper Your humble Brother in the Gosple of Christ Edward M Patterson Wm Hulme Bishop ...
  • Page 48

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

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    Aug 24, 1873 Sunday Met at 10 oclok in the Bowery Thomas Taylor prayed Joseph F Smith spoke 60 Minuts Lorenzo Snow 28. Afternoon G. Q. Cannon spoke 62 Minuts, F D Richards 18, G A Smith 18 M[inutes] August 25, 1873 ~ Monday 25. Monday we rode 24 Miles up the canyon & camped on the Blacksmith Fork On the Meadyow in Camp Linlinquist we met C. C. Rich &
    Dates:
    August 25, 1873 August 26, 1873 August 27, 1873
  • Page 50

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

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    Aug 31, 1873 G A Smith spoke 12 M[inutes]. I Dined with Bishop Budge Afternoon President B Young spoke 1 Hour & 18 Minuts [FIGURE] In his remarks He said that a Man who did not have but one wife in the Resurrection that woman will not be his but takin from him & given to another But He may be saved in the kingdom of God but be single to all Eternity Mother Eve was the Daughter of Adam ...
    Dates:
    September 1, 1873 September 2, 1873 September 3, 1873 September 4, 1873 September 5, 1873
  • Page 74

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

    Excerpt:
    April 12, 1874 ~ Sunday April 12, 1874 Sunday I Attended the funeral of Robert Lang Campbell in the 12 ward Assembly Room, the Board of Directors were the bearers & carried the Body from the House to the meeting room W Woodruff spoke about 45 minuts followed By D. H. Wells Thomas Taylor & Bishop Hardy there was a vary large assembly we went to the grave April 13, 1874 ~ Monday 13. I spent the day at the
    Dates:
    April 12, 1874 April 13, 1874 April 14, 1874 April 15, 1874 April 16, 1874 April 17, 1874 April 18, 1874 April 19, 1874 April 20, 1874