Big Pigeon Creek, Pottawattamie County, Iowa

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  • Page 262

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    with them again for one or two years yes wives & children were left in this way to the mercy of God And the brethren And went away with cheerful hearts Believing that they were doing the will of God And while casting my eyes upon them I considered I was viewing the first Battalion of the Army of Israel engaged in the United States service for one year And going to lay the foundation of A far greater work even preparing the way for the building of Zion. ...
    Dates:
    July 17, 1846
  • Page 263

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    this was the first Mormon camp ever spent A night on Big Pegion. I was much troubled through the day with severe pain in my left side I suffered much through the night with it distance of the day 15 July 18, 1846 ~ Saturday 18th My left side was exeeding lame this morning But Col Little rubed it thoroughly with red pepper, lumborum, whiskey &c And it was much better. I arose took breakfast And examined big Pigion ...
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    July 18, 1846 July 19, 1846
  • Page 141

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    should have told him of it quietly is it not so Issac (Isaac yes) I am not going to decide the case that is for the High Council to do Br Cutler arose made A speach & gave his decision. Both parties recie- ved their reproof & made their confession which was excepeted President Young said good would grow out of it Council Adjourned March 18, 1848 ~ Saturday 18th ^[FIGURE]^ Wilford Woodruff Jrs birth day He is 8 years old this ...
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    March 18, 1848 March 19, 1848 March 20, 1848 March 22, 1848 March 23, 1848 March 24, 1848 March 25, 1848 March 26, 1848 March 27, 1848
  • Page 150

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    May 18, 1848 ~ Thursday 18th Our babe is some better to day I was unwell myself. May 19, 1848 ~ Friday 19 I was quite unwell to day, rumours have reached us that the Indians had commenced slaughtering the inhabitants of Oregon. Also that the Queen of England had abdicated her throne & had shiped for Canida for Protection. our streets are thronged with waggons on their way for the Horn [FIGURE] I gave A power of Attorney to Z Pulsipher ...
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    May 18, 1848 May 19, 1848 May 20, 1848 May 21, 1848 May 22, 1848 May 23, 1848 May 24, 1848 May 25, 1848 May 26, 1848 May 27, 1848 May 28, 1848 May 29, 1848 May 30, 1848 May 31, 1848
  • Page 152

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    were required to meet evry night at sun set for drilling. the night previous to this the Omahas came upon some Pawnees who were in the place & fired Arrows upon them they returned the fire with powder & ball but none killed. we returned to Br Richards & spent the night in his carriage during the day while the Boat went up the river to cross over the river one of the Boatman was knocked overboard & was drowning Capt Hewit jumped overboard to save the man & thew ...
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    June 15, 1848 June 16, 1848 June 17, 1848 June 18, 1848 June 19, 1848 June 20, 1848 June 21, 1848