Black Rock, Tooele County, Utah Territory

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  • Page 135

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    were good south. He came into the office & all the presidency sat for an hour together & herd History read July 16, 1856 ~ Wednesday 16th President B Young bought 33 Head of stray Cattle at auction paid $700 at $221.21 cts each I spent most of the day at the office. He called into the office & heard History read for about 2 Hours July 17, 1856 ~ Thursday 17th In company with Professor Carrington Elders
    Dates:
    July 16, 1856 July 17, 1856 July 18, 1856 July 19, 1856 July 20, 1856 July 21, 1856
  • Page 246

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

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    April 29, 1870 ~ Friday April 29, 1870 I left the City in company with Brother & Sister Faust to visit Toille City & Dedicate their New meeting House Our company consisted of D. H. Wells O Pratt J Taylor W Woodruff J. F. Smith Faust, Wm Jennings & A H Raleigh we drove to Black Rock there met about 50 Horsemen as an Escort ...
    Dates:
    April 29, 1870 April 30, 1870 May 1, 1870 May 2, 1870 May 3, 1870 May 4, 1870 May 5, 1870 May 6, 1870
  • Page 35

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

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    July 13th 1866 ~ Friday July 13, 1866 I left G. S. L. City with A. H. Raleigh to Travel with Presidents Young & Kimball & co. to Grantsville to dedicate a New meet- ing house we drove to E. T. City we there partook of a good public dinner then Held a meeting G. Q. Cannon spoke 15 m[inutes]. President Young 13 Minutes & President H C Kimball 24 minutes we then rode ...
    Dates:
    July 13, 1866 July 14, 1866 July 15, 1866 July 16, 1866 July 17, 1866
  • Page 352

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    Dec 9th A Table of Distances from Great Salt Lake City To Johnsons Fort in Rush Valley Shambip County Council House to Jordon Bridge 1.81 Miles 1.81 Jordon Bridge to point of Mountain 11 08/100 D[itt]o 12.84 Point of Mountain to Black Rock 6 30/100 Do 19.14 Black Rock to E. T. City 3.74 Do 22.88 E T City ...
    Dates:
    December 10, 1858
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to the Editor of the Western Standard, 4 February 1857

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    G. S. L. City Feby. 2 1857. Editor of the Western Standard Dear brother, After so much of a hard and snowy winter, un- equalled since we settled in these mountains, the past few days of sunny weather almost make us believe Spring has commenced; over 8 feet of snow has fallen this winter in our city. The Snow has been 2 & 3 feet deep in our streets during the month of January; Northward it has been deeper: In Utah valley South there has not been so much. The cattle ...
    Dates:
    February 2, 1857
  • Page 60

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

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    November 30, 1873 ~ Sunday Nov 30, 1873 [FIGURE] Sunday I received 2 letters from Phebe & Sarah I met with my Prayer Circle at noon & in the Evening I preached in the afternoon at the 13 ward to a full House was followed By Brigham Young Jr December 1, 1873 ~ Monday Dec 1, 1873 This is the first day of winter & we had a cold snow storm I started for Grantsville with
    Dates:
    November 30, 1873 December 1, 1873 December 2, 1873 December 3, 1873 December 4, 1873 December 5, 1873 December 6, 1873 December 7, 1873 December 8, 1873 December 9, 1873 December 10, 1873 December 11, 1873 December 12, 1873 December 13, 1873 December 14, 1873
  • Page 35

    Part of Journal (February 1880 – December 1885)

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    July 7, 1880 ~ Wednesday July 7, 1880 [FIGURES] I received 1 Letter & wrote 4 letters to Wm Draper, Wm Johnson, O. Jacobson. I met in council and presented a letter from J G. Bleak about the petition of St George Temple the council left it for me to direct I wrote to McAllister & Bleak to make the petition of studing & lath & plaster from floor to celing we met in the big ...
    Dates:
    July 7, 1880 July 8, 1880 July 9, 1880 July 10, 1880 July 11, 1880 July 12, 1880 July 13, 1880
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter to Thomas Bullock, 9 July 1880

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    18 pioneers I would like you to go in the waggon with me I cannot get hold of the other flag of the company of the platt, I have advertised for it But I hope you we will be able to get yours in time to night up please drop me a line when you get this and tell me when you and the flag can be here I went yesterday with 600 of the old Folks to Black Rock on an excursion they baried from 70 to 97 in age ...
  • Page 1

    Part of Discourse 1898-07-30

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    President Woodruff was then pre- sented to the audience by Mayor Clark and was received with the warmest demonstrations of applause. The ven- erable Pioneer and leader said in sub- stance: It was fifty-one years ago yeaterday, a little before 11 o'clock a.m., that he drove President Young in his carriage on to the spot where the Knutsford hotel now stands. On his arrival in the valley, the speaker had, he said, one bushel and a half of potatoes in his possession. He had ...
  • Page 3

    Part of Letter to Orson Pratt, 2 February 1857

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    On Sunday the 1st. inst. all the Presidency were present, the first time that Prest. Young has been able to attend at the Tabernacle since the burial of Prest. J. M. Grant on the 4th. Decem. ulto. He ad- dressed the people for about one hour and a half, clothed with the spirit and power of God, his discourse was very edifying and instructive and the vast assembly deeply felt the weight of his words. He was followed by Prests. Kimball &