Fort Herriman, Salt Lake County, Utah Territory

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  • Page 132

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

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    May 6, 1868 ~ Wednesday May 6, 1868 [FIGURE] I wrote a letter to my Brother Azmon Woodruff Containing 10 Pages of fools Cap Answering a long letter of his wharein he says he does not Believe in a litter[al] gathering of the saints or the Jews in the last days, or the building of Zion or Jerrusalem or does not Believe that Man is conscious of any thing after death I took up all these subjects & treated upon them at length also Plurality ...
    Dates:
    May 6, 1868 May 7, 1868 May 8, 1868 May 9, 1868 May 10, 1868 May 11, 1868 May 12, 1868 May 13, 1868 May 14, 1868 May 15, 1868 May 16, 1868
  • Page 160

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

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    November 8, 1868 ~ Sunday Nov 8, Sunday 1868 I drove to Fort Harriman & held a meeting with the Saints Ensign Stockings is appointed Bishop of the place Wilford followed me also Ensign & John Stockn November 9, 1868 ~ Monday 9. I Butchered a heifer & returned to Salt Lake City 50 m[iles] it was a vary cold day November 10, 1868 ~ Tuesday 10. I cut up my Beef & ...
    Dates:
    November 8, 1868 November 10, 1868 November 11, 1868 November 12, 1868 November 13, 1868 November 14, 1868 November 15, 1868 November 16, 1868 November 20, 1868 November 21, 1868 November 22, 1868 November 23, 1868 November 24, 1868 November 27, 1868 November 28, 1868 November 9, 1869
  • Page 171

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

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    Jan 25 1869 265. I spent the afternoon in the Endowment House we gave Endowments to 56. D H Wells sealed 22 & W Woodruff 10. January 26, 1869 ~ Tuesday 26. I spent the day in the legislature & attended a lecture in the 10 ward Delivered By R L Campbell upon compa- sition I followed him January 27, 1869 ~ Wednesday 27. [FIGURE] I sent papers to Ezra Carter & I F Carter &
    Dates:
    January 26, 1869 January 27, 1869 January 28, 1869 January 29, 1869 January 30, 1869 January 31, 1869 February 1, 1869 February 2, 1869 February 3, 1869 February 4, 1869
  • Page 289

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

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    January 20, 1858 ~ Wednesday Jan 20th 1858 I met in the Legislature in the morning was quite unwell and returned to the office I spent most of the day in the office January 21, 1858 ~ Thursday 21st I spent the fore part of the day in the Legislature the evening in the office. we spoke about printing the History from the manuscrip & not wait till it is recorded in the Book there were many speaches made in the Legislator to day ...
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    January 20, 1858 January 21, 1858 January 22, 1858 January 23, 1858 January 24, 1858 January 25, 1858 January 26, 1858 January 27, 1858 January 28, 1858 January 29, 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
  • Page 405

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

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    26 April I called at the office a short time in the evening A company was called out as a guard I walked up on the Hill I saw some of the guard. I met two teams {We took} 2 {cannon in the mountains} I spent the night at home. 7 {cannon were prepared for defense in case of any attack} April 27, 1859 ~ Wednesday 27 Robert & Wilford started for the west mountain to cut timber. It is a plesant morning I suffered much ...
    Dates:
    April 27, 1859 April 28, 1859 April 29, 1859 April 30, 1859 May 1, 1859 May 2, 1859 May 3, 1859 May 4, 1859
  • Page 408

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

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    May 13, 1859 ~ Friday May 13 The wind still blows vary hard this morning but we went to work & planted another acre of potatoes but it was performed in the midst of great labor as the wind filled our eyes & face with sand & dirt & it was with great difficulty that we could stand upon our feet we returned home & saw the bad Effects of the wind & water as we travelled my Eyes were in much pain & face nearly blistered the Easterne Mail arived ...
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    May 13, 1859 May 14, 1859 May 15, 1859 May 16, 1859 May 17, 1859 May 18, 1859 May 19, 1859
  • Page 411

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

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    May 28th The Funeral of James Johnson was attended at 2 oclok W. Woodruff opened by Prayer. G. A. Smith spoke upon the evil consequences of the introduction of so much swhiskey into this Territory which was was adulterated by strichnine & this was introduced by the followers of the Army sutlers Merchants and a great Many persons were making use of it and much crime was the consequen. When a man was found in the Gutter or had killed somebody he would make for an excuse that He ...
    Dates:
    May 29, 1859 May 30, 1859 May 31, 1859 June 1, 1859 June 2, 1859
  • Page 412

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

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    June 3, 1859 ~ Friday June 3rd In company with Brothers Smoot, Eldridge, & Harris I rode to Great Salt Lake City & drove some stock I was quite weary, distance to Fort Harriman & Back 40 mils June 4, 1859 ~ Saturday 4th I sold a yearling steer to Robert Martin for $9 per cwt it weighed 304 lbs $27.36 cts Brother Hamblin called in the
    Dates:
    June 3, 1859 June 4, 1859 June 5, 1859 June 6, 1859 June 7, 1859 June 8, 1859 June 9, 1859
  • Page 431

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

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    July 23, 1859 ~ Saturday 23rd I called at Presidents Youngs office & herd 2 letters read to him from Joseph W. Young & Coward from St Louis. Brother Busby will start with a train on the 5 of June. The Hand cart train on the 10 with 200 men 52 cart, ^s^ & 8 waggons. The Church train on the 15 with 59 waggons for the Church & 11 of other men in the charge of ...
    Dates:
    July 23, 1859 July 24, 1859 July 25, 1859 July 26, 1859 July 30, 1859 July 31, 1859 August 1, 1859 August 2, 1859