Cedar City, Iron County, Utah Territory

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  • Page 314

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

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    year we visited one mountain of Rock salt pure & clean the body was more than 40 feet high & so hard it was difficult to cut it with an ax we also saw the ground white made from salt springs we saw a plenty of the quarts rock & Isonglass we rode to the severe & camped on its bank shot one deer while he was swiming the creek May 4, 1851 ~ Sunday 4th Sunday we crossed the severe rode 25 miles through the sage & ...
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    May 4, 1851 May 5, 1851 May 6, 1851 May 7, 1851 May 8, 1851 May 9, 1851 May 10, 1851
  • Page 315

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

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    a walk to see G. A. Smith saw mill which was up so he could saw. He informed us they had an abundance of coal, magn[acted] Iron, Allum salt timber &c nearby we found the Brethren had done much since their arival they have about 100 men have been there 3 months. Have enclosed a fort containing 19 acre & 96 rods of ground and have ploughed & sewed about 1000 acres of wheat have fenced about 6000 acres of land Have built one saw mill and got a Cooncel House up the 1st ...
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    May 11, 1851 May 12, 1851 May 13, 1851
  • Page 390

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

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    camped for the night May 1, 1852 ~ Saturday May 1st Started before breakfast & rode 8 miles & fed then than went off the road & had to make a new road went to a Creek & camped for the night in a snow storm May 2, 1852 ~ Sunday 2nd Rode to Ceder Springs & nooned then rode to Filmore City & spent the night it was and exceding cold day with frost May 3, 1852 ~ ...
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    April 5, 1852 April 6, 1852 May 1, 1852 May 2, 1852 May 3, 1852 May 4, 1852 May 7, 1852 May 8, 1852 May 9, 1852 May 10, 1852 May 11, 1852
  • Page 391

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

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    May 12, 1852 ~ Wednesday May 12th The Rodeometer made the whole distance from Great Salt Lake City via Sanpete to Ceder Fort 314 1/2 miles 314 1/2 mils [FIGURE] we met to day to organize the High Counsel & presidency of the stake &c at Paroan having returned there this morning John L Smith was appointed President of the Stake. John Steel 1st & Henry Lunt ...
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    May 12, 1852 May 13, 1852 May 14, 1852 May 15, 1852 May 16, 1852 May 17, 1852 May 18, 1852 May 19, 1852 May 20, 1852 May 21, 1852 May 22, 1852
  • Page 413

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

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    [FIGURE] W W W W I travled with President Brigham Young Heber C. Kimball and a large company of Elders through the southern part of Utah Territory visiting the cities villages & settlements on the way teaching & instructing the people as far south as parawan & Cedar cities Travled 876 Miles I Attended Public meetings 45 Meetings I Baptized a daughter, wife & Brother in Law 3 Baptized ...
  • Page 6

    Part of History – Dreams and Visions 1874–1886

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    then I walked the fence and put my feet on the south side of the canal to go to St. George. At this moment I awoke and heard the clock strike six (6) in the morning, trembling and in great fear at what I had seen and heard. I told my wife all that had transpired and in a few moments I was again in the society of my Redeemer. He showed me some things in his hands which he moved about and said: "Thou seest these, but the time is ...
  • Page 7

    Part of History – Dreams and Visions 1874–1886

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    "The Latter day Saints are being murdered in the north for the Gospel's sake and those that are determined to serve God are fleeing to save their lives. But we are only going to be driven to St. George, and there stand still, for we have been driven all we intend to be driven, for there we will stand still and see the salvation of our God or die for Zion's sake." Then I rode on to the center of Cedar City and there saw the last man putting the last half ...
  • Page 294

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

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    February 21, 1858 ~ Sunday 21st Febuary 1858 Sunday I attended the meeting at the Tabernacle all day G.D. Grant D H. Wells and G A Smith preached in the forenoon W Woodruff and O Pratt in the afternoon. I attended the prayer circle O Pratt Prayed and G A Smith was mouth President Young proposed sending some men into the desert to look out habitations for this people and to plant some grain He ...
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    February 21, 1858 February 22, 1858 February 23, 1858 February 24, 1858 February 25, 1858
  • Page 407

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

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    May 10 Cedar City there she wanted a Bill but did not get it he then took her to Bever she Applyed to Daniel M Thomas Judge of the county court of Bever County. He gave her a Bill she then brought him up before the Teachers and accused him of Getting drunk & other things which she could not prove & which he says was not a word of truth in yet there seemed to be a little prejudice against [him] so much so ...
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    May 11, 1859 May 12, 1859
  • Page 146

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

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    May 31, 1861 ~ Friday May 31, 1861 We returned to Cedar City & held a meeting. John Taylor & D. H. Wells Preached. We partook of a sumptuous dinner about 50 persons sat down to the Table. Another Express arived late last ningh [night]. June 1, 1861 ~ Saturday June 1. We drove to parawan but before starting we gathered in to the social Hall to hear the Express read I here for the first time herd of the death of ...
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    May 31, 1861 June 1, 1861 June 2, 1861 June 3, 1861 June 4, 1861 June 5, 1861 June 6, 1861 June 7, 1861 June 8, 1861