Box Elder County, Utah Territory

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  • Page 45

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

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    was in the Hands of the people they had two schools ready to commence their fort wall was 110 feet long 64 Rods wide 3/4 of it was in the way of erection. A part of soldiers band was here distributed among the people to support & learn to work they did not like it & seemed vary mad some were leaving their wickeups & going to webber River. Bingham fort is 3 miles from Ogden I left this fort & rode to Ogden Hole & preached in the ...
    Dates:
    December 4, 1854 December 5, 1854 December 6, 1854 December 7, 1854 December 8, 1854
  • Page 191

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

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    May 23, 1869 ~ Sunday May 23rd 1869 Sunday I met the largest Assembly at Fort Harriman that I had Ever seen in that place & spoke to them twice during the day A number of them bore testimony May 24, 1869 ~ Monday 24 Jeremiah carried me home to S L City distance both ways 40 40 Miles It Rained mostly through the day May 25, 1869 ~ Tuesday 25 It rained hard all day May 26 ...
    Dates:
    May 23, 1869 May 24, 1869 May 25, 1869 May 26, 1869 May 27, 1869
  • Page 199

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

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    June 23rd 1869 & were shot dead By the guards June 24, 1869 ~ Thursday 24. We Met the sabbath school children at the Bowery they were addressed By G Q. Cannon, D H Wells & President Young who spoke to Parents & children we Met in the Bowery at 10 oclok J W Young Prayed, G Q Cannon spoke 61 Minutes. Several Missionaries were then called to go on Missions. B Young jr then spoke 37. We dined with ...
    Dates:
    June 24, 1869 June 25, 1869 June 26, 1869 June 27, 1869 June 28, 1869 June 29, 1869 June 30, 1869 July 1, 1869 July 2, 1869
  • Page 205

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

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    September 7, 1869 ~ Tuesday Sept 7th 1869 I am vary weak to day but sat up some towards night September 8, 1869 ~ Wednesday 8. I am still quite weak but better Able to walk around some September 9, 1869 ~ Thursday 9. I am quite weak this morning but about 9 oclock I left the City in company with Thomas Taylor to go with the Presidency & attend a 2 days Meeting at Box Elder, we drove ...
    Dates:
    September 7, 1869 September 8, 1869 September 9, 1869 September 10, 1869 September 11, 1869 September 12, 1869
  • Page 251

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

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    June 1, 1870 I Baptized My Daughter Bulah Agustia Woodruff Beatie for the following persons 17 in number. Friends Polly Burbank, Sally Seavy Betsey Seavy, Jenny Seavy, Patty Seavy, Mrs Timothy Ham, Mrs William Hutchings, Lydia Hutchings, Miriam Boothby, Olive Marshall Mrs Ebenezer Dunham, Mrs Chadwick, Sophia Chadwick, Mary Chadwick, Betseyy Milliken, Olive Junkings 17. ...
    Dates:
    June 2, 1870 June 3, 1870 June 4, 1870 June 5, 1870 June 6, 1870
  • Page 265

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

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    June 23 1870 the word you will soon have a woollen Factory Here you also want to get your knitting Machine. How long before we shall want a temple here not long I hope whare is Ezra T. Benson He was here a short time since He is gone others will be in his place but the kingdom of God will roll on At the close of the Meeting we drove to Box Elder & spent the night with Brother Snow 30 Miles June 24, 1870 ~ ...
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    June 24, 1870 June 25, 1870 June 26, 1870 June 27, 1870 June 28, 1870 June 29, 1870 June 30, 1870 July 1, 1870
  • Page 305

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

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    July 21, 1871 J. F. Smith Prayed W Woodruff spoke 33 M, E F Sheets 15 M D P. Kimball 7 John W Young 5 M G. A. Smith 25 M we then rode to Logan 2 M July 22, 1871 ~ Saturday 22d We Met at the Bowery for a 2 days Meeting W Woodruff opened By Prayer President Young spoke 18 M Joseph Young spoke 61 G ...
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    July 22, 1871 July 23, 1871 July 24, 1871 July 25, 1871 July 26, 1871 July 27, 1871
  • Page 341

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

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    July 7, 1872 ~ Sunday July 7, 1872 I took cars in the morning rode to Sandy Station south then Rode in a waggon to fort Harriman & held a Meeting with the people Issac Grow spoke 35 M, Brother Teasdal 25 M Afternoon Br McAllister spoke 28 Br Smith 20 & W Woodruff 40 Minutes. we then rode to the Love Dale Station & Returned to Salt Lake City 50 M I received a letter from Col
    Dates:
    July 7, 1872 July 8, 1872 July 13, 1872 July 14, 1872 July 15, 1872 July 17, 1872 July 18, 1872 July 19, 1872 July 20, 1872 July 21, 1872
  • Page 343

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

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    July 28 1872 [FIGURE] I felt well in speaking in the Tabernacle. I attended the prayer circle in the Evening & went to the 14 ward & herd President Young speak about one hour He told how Joseph got the plates & the attack of 3 Men to get them from him & how he was delived He said there were 7 men with Joseph when he first organized the Endowments & he Brigham Young was the ownly witness on the Earth the rest are dead & but few ...
    Dates:
    July 29, 1872 July 31, 1872 August 1, 1872 August 2, 1872 August 3, 1872 August 4, 1872 August 5, 1872 August 5, 1872 August 10, 1872 August 11, 1872 August 12, 1872 August 15, 1872 August 16, 1872
  • Page 40

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

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    September 9, 1866 ~ Sunday Sept 9, 1866 Sunday Prayer By G Q Cannon D. H. Wells spoke one hour & 25 minutes President Young spoke one hour & 4 M[inutes] After noon John Taylor spok 55 minutes G. Q. Cannon red the report of the Committee in Congress on Utah affairs Gen Connor Judge Titus Joseph Smith & M Cloud were the witnesses against us President Young spoke 11 minutes Joseph F Smith spok ...
    Dates:
    September 9, 1866 September 10, 1866 September 11, 1866 September 12, 1866 September 13, 1866 September 15, 1866 September 16, 1866 September 17, 1866 September 21, 1866 September 22, 1866 September 23, 1866