Big Sandy River, unorganized U.S. Territory

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  • Page 288

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

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    September 19, 1850 ~ Thursday 19th we started early in the morning to find our camp we travled 5 miles & met two of the Brethren on their way back to Woolley camp to enquire after us & if they did not hear from us were calculating to raise all the armed men they possibly could & go into the mountains after us but we soon arived at our camp which ended their fears concern ing us and their shouts of Joy on our arival made the wolkin ring we ...
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    September 19, 1850 September 20, 1850 September 21, 1850 September 22, 1850 September 23, 1850 September 24, 1850 September 25, 1850 September 26, 1850 September 27, 1850
  • Page 76

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

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    [page covered] [Basin] for a settlement than Major Harris did, that it was his [page torn] & if this people settled in it he wanted to settle with them, there [page torn] but one thing that could operate against it becoming a great gra[in] [page torn] country & that would be frost. He did not know but the frost would effect the corn. He said there was a spring at the end of the Salt lake that produced both hot & cold fresh water, & hot & ...
    Dates:
    June 29, 1847 June 30, 1847
  • Page 101

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

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    September 1, 1847 ~ Wednesday Sept 1st One half of the horses of the Camp were missing we thought they were stolen by the snake Indians who were at Bridgers the night before but after long searching we found them, & went on our journey, & travled 15 miles & camped on the bank of a creek we travled in the afternoon 18 miles & camped on Hams fork distance of the day (excellent grass) 33 mi September 2, 1847 ~ Thursday 2nd travled to ...
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    September 1, 1847 September 2, 1847 September 3, 1847 September 4, 1847