Chief Arrowpene

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  • Page 132

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

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    June 25, 1856 ~ Wednesday 25th Presidents Young & Kimball went on board ^to the Island in their carriage^ the Timely Gull a new boat built at Jordon Bridge ^was taken^ & went downe the Jordan & into the Great Salt Lake for a voyage to the Island. I spent the fore part of the day in the office I attended the meeting of Agricultural society at 2 oclok in the Bowary. President
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    June 25, 1856 June 26, 1856 June 27, 1856 June 28, 1856 June 29, 1856
  • Page 116

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

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    were rebellious to you I told them it was none of their Business He asked if that would take away any of my glory I said No it will not. If your wives are rebellious against you let them go away if they want to it will not take away my glory for my wives to leave me. If I do my Duty & do not have women that will obey me I will go to heaven & the Lord will give me all that I want. I would like to ...
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    February 4, 1856 February 5, 1856 February 6, 1856 February 9, 1856 February 10, 1856
  • Page 69

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

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    in a rain storm. Salt Creek Fort is 104 Rods square 6 feet thick at the bottom 2 1/2 feet thick at the top 12 feet high & nearly finished. It con- tains 80 families & 350 persons they have 1 man school of 50 schollars we took supper at this Fort & rode on to the Springs & camped for the night 54 mile May 26, 1855 ~ Saturday Saturday 26 We started at 5 oclock rode to summit & on to payson & took breakfast. Pason wall took is 96 ...
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    May 26, 1855 May 27, 1855
  • Page 70

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

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    closed. Arrowpene the chief that was appointed in Walker plase arose asked the privilege to speak President Young introduced him to the people He gave a short but spirited address which was interpeted by Brother Huntington the purport of his Address was exhorting the people to give heed to the council of President Young if they would do this & keep the spirit of the Lord they would not be sick & die as the wicked do but would be healthy & the Lord is ...
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    May 28, 1855 May 29, 1855 May 30, 1855 May 31, 1855 June 1, 1855 June 2, 1855 June 3, 1855 June 4, 1855 June 5, 1855 June 6, 1855 June 9, 1855 June 10, 1855
  • Page 202

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

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    Joseph Horn & R. L. Campbell also Mrs Woodruff Horn & Southworth, we laid hands upon them & ordained them & set them apart to their office & callings. I then returned home & spent the evening at home with Elder Thomas Kington we talked over all our affairs which were many February 12, 1857 ~ Thursday 12th My Father is getting better & it appears like a miracle that He is ...
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    February 12, 1857 February 13, 1857 February 14, 1857 February 15, 1857 February 16, 1857
  • Page 205

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

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    good place there to make a settelment of the saints I can tell you that we intend to fill many places yet if they will let us alone. Brother Cummings says that the mountains are much higher than here that shows that the vallies are lower than here. Those places are filled with streams & the streams with fish & the fish with Eggs. The subject of Claytons printing some revel- ation & keys came up President Young said that He thought He should put a stop to people ...
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    February 23, 1857 February 24, 1857 February 25, 1857 February 26, 1857 February 27, 1857
  • Page 315

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

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    June 26 six ^thousand^ troops on the way but it was reported that they had word to stop untill they heard from the peace commissioners sent to Utah. he said when we left England we expected to be taken prisioners when we reached the states but the way was open before them from day to day when they passed forts Carney & Laremie they were overshadowed by a cloud & dark mist so they passed unseen we passed ...
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    June 23, 1858 June 24, 1858
  • Page 335

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

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    Oct 31 should take him He was to go east to the Devils gate & return but he met the Eastern mail & returned with it while at Green river stoped to camp & said that MCDonald had committed Murder & he should arest him MCDonald herd of it & went to him & drew his revolver & shot at Scoty the ball passed through the upper part of his sholder Scoty then shot M.C.Donald through the neck & he fell dead it was ...
  • Page 336

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

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    Oct 31 Col Johnson has done as Judge Eckles advised him this its the Indians Statement President Young wrote a Letter to Arrowpene by Brother Hatch & told him it was not good to shed blood This places President Young in a vary singular position while President Buchannan with the congress and Armies of the United States are all laying plans to take the Life of President Young and the Indian Agents are trying to stir ...
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    November 1, 1858 November 2, 1858
  • Page 370

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

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    Jan 23 I met with the Quorum of the Twelve for Prayer C. C. Rich Prayed. F. D. Richards was mouth. we conversed till 9 oclok upon the subject of the Education of the people in this Territory & the furnishing of the people with Books they estimated that it would cost about one million of Dollars to furnish Books & stationary to educate what people there was now in the Territory in speaking of the Deserett Alphabet they thought we would have to ...
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    January 24, 1859 January 25, 1859 January 26, 1859 January 27, 1859