Evanston, Uinta County, Wyoming Territory

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  • Page 278

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

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    October 11, 1870 ~ Tuesday Oct 11, 1870 President B. Young & G. A. Smith with most of the Twelve & several others took a car at 5 oclok at Salt Lake Depo for a trip to Evanston we stoped in provo [Ogden] a short time then took cars to the East went through Echo to Evanston there Met with Mr Ames the President of the Union Pacific Rail Road & Mr Sidney Dillon Vice-President ...
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    October 11, 1870 October 12, 1870 October 13, 1870 October 14, 1870 October 15, 1870 October 16, 1870 October 17, 1870 October 18, 1870 October 19, 1870
  • Page 359

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

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    December 12, 1872 ~ Thursday Dec 12, 1872 President Young started to St George this morning I went over Jordon with Eligah Jones & Asahel Woodruff we shot 3 rabits & one of them after shooting him & arrying him in the waggon 2 Hours he came to Jumped out of the waggon & ran away 10 M December 13, 1872 ~ Friday 13 [FIGURE] I received 3 letters from David, F D ...
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    December 12, 1872 December 13, 1872 December 14, 1872 December 15, 1872 December 16, 1872 December 17, 1872 December 18, 1872
  • Page 17

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

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    January 10, 1873 ~ Friday Jan 10th 1873 I arose at one oclok Packed up took Breakfast & started for Evanston at about 3 oclok with Br Pope it was vary cold we arived at Evanston at 12 oclok we took cars for S. L. City we arived at S. L. City at 7.30, & Found My Family well distance of the day via Rail Road 147 Miles January 11, 1873 ~ Saturday 11. I Bought some things for Sarah visited the Printing ...
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    January 10, 1873 January 11, 1873 January 12, 1873 January 13, 1873 January 14, 1873 January 15, 1873 January 16, 1873 January 17, 1873 January 18, 1873 January 19, 1873
  • Page 35

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

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    May 17, 1873 John Shaw born Jan 30, 1790 Bridgewater Winser Co Vermont Son of Job & Lucy Shaw Ordained By Elder Orson Pratt Johnathan Browning Born October 22nd 1805, Summer Co Tenn. Son of Edmund & Sarah Browning Ordained By Elder John Taylor Edward Barlow born Aug 14, 1801, Little Eaton Lancashire England. Son of John & Allise Barlow. Ordained A
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    May 18, 1873 May 19, 1873 May 20, 1873 May 21, 1873
  • Page 39

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

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    June 8, 1873 I attended the Prayer Circle at Noon. Afternoon President Joseph Young spoke 49 Minuts & President Brigham Young 56 Minuts I attended the the prayer circle with the 12 in the Evening I received a letter from Susans children June 9, 1873 ~ Monday 9 I finished the fence to day & was vary weary at night June 10, 1873 ~ Tuesday 10. I was quite unwell all day not able to do but Little ...
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    June 9, 1873 June 10, 1873 June 11, 1873 June 14, 1873 June 15, 1873 June 16, 1873 June 17, 1873 June 18, 1873 June 19, 1873 June 21, 1873 June 22, 1873
  • Page 52

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

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    September 13, 1873 ~ Saturday Sept 13, 1873 we started Early in the morning & drove 21 Miles to Almy & Evanston & arived at 10 oclok then returned to Almy & spent the Night with Brother Samuel Pike dista[nc]e 26 M[iles] September 14, 1873 ~ Sunday 14. Sunday I visited Br James Blithe who had his leg broaken a few days before I met with the sabbath school in the forenoon & spoke to the children at 2.30 I met with ...
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    September 13, 1873 September 14, 1873 September 15, 1873 September 16, 1873 September 17, 1873 September 18, 1873 September 19, 1873
  • Page 79

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

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    May 9, 1874 President Young spoke in the afternoon 37 M[inutes], E Snow 13 Missionaries were called G A Smith spok 3 Minuts May 10, 1874 ~ Sunday 10th Sunday B Young Jr spoke 35 Minuts A. Carrington 35, G A Smith 30. Afternoon G. A. Smith spoke 40 minuts & President Brigham Young 55 Minuts, & delivered a powerful discourse. At the close of the meeting we met in the
    Dates:
    May 10, 1874 May 11, 1874 May 12, 1874 May 13, 1874 May 14, 1874 May 15, 1874 May 16, 1874
  • Page 81

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

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    May 25, 1874 ~ Monday May 25 1874 I went down to the Lake & helped draw Br Pettit net we caught many suckers & 42 trout many would weigh 102 lbs I returned & spent the night at Brother Davis. 6 M[iles] May 26, 1874 ~ Tuesday 26 we rode to Fish Haven Preached to the People & organized them into the United Order. we then rode to Lake Town I ...
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    May 25, 1874 May 26, 1874 May 27, 1874 May 28, 1874 May 29, 1874 May 30, 1874 May 31, 1874 June 1, 1874 June 2, 1874 June 3, 1874
  • Page 110

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

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    January 1, 1875 ~ Friday Jan 1, 1875 Jan 1, 1875 I went from the farm to the City [FIGURES] & I received 2 letters from Sarah & David & I wrote 1 letter in return January 2, 1875 ~ Saturday 2nd I Attended meeting with the Officers of the United order January 3, 1875 ~ Sunday 3rd Sunday I Attended the funeral of A Brother Claytons child which was scalded to ...
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    January 1, 1875 January 2, 1875 January 3, 1875 January 4, 1875 January 5, 1875 January 6, 1875 January 7, 1875 January 8, 1875 January 9, 1875 January 10, 1875 January 11, 1875 January 12, 1875 January 13, 1875 January 14, 1875 January 15, 1875
  • Page 111

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

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    Jan 15 1875 but went onto the mountain & got 2 loads of wood returned home by moonlight with cold feet but did not freeze 20 Mils January 16, 1875 ~ Saturday 16. I spent the day at home January 17, 1875 ~ Sunday 17. Sunday in company with Bishop Stewart I rode to Woodruff & Preached to the people one hour followed By Bishop Stewart then returned home & spoke to the cooperative board in the Evening 3 men on Saturday come from
    Dates:
    January 16, 1875 January 17, 1875 January 18, 1875 January 19, 1875 January 20, 1875 January 21, 1875 January 22, 1875