Fort Herriman, Salt Lake County, Utah Territory

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  • Page 89

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

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    AugOct 6, 1860 Edward Hunter spoke to the people followed by President Brigham Young. He gave much instruction to the Bishops but there was no one who reported it. He said that Brother Hunter was the Chief Bishop & I have the right to claim my food & raiment at his hands but I dont do it But I feed myself & thousands of others, he made many vary important remarks upon the occasion October 7, 1860 ~ Sunday Oct 7 President ...
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    October 6, 1860 October 7, 1860 October 8, 1860 October 9, 1860 October 10, 1860 October 11, 1860 October 12, 1860 October 13, 1860
  • Page 97

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

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    December 5, 1860 ~ Wednesday NovDec 5th 1860 I drove to great salt Lake City on the Lower road found a good road except a short distance of mud & water I spent the night at home 40 mils December 6, 1860 ~ Thursday 56 I drove to Fort Harriman & spent the night 25 m[iles] December 7, 1860 ~Friday 67th I Butchered a hog, went to the canyon got a load of wood, my ax struct a limb while ...
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    December 5, 1860 December 6, 1860 December 7, 1860 December 8, 1860 December 9, 1860 December 10, 1860 December 11, 1860 December 12, 1860 December 13, 1860 December 14, 1860
  • Page 64

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

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    August 6, 1860 ~ Monday Aug 6th ^1860^ I spent the day watering my Garding. I threshed & cleaned up 3 partes of Poland Oats from 3 oz of sowing. I was taken with a severe sore throat and went to bed sick and had a sick night August 7, 1860 ~ Tuesday to August 8, 1860 ~ Wednesday 7 & 8, I was quite sick abed with an Influenzia August 9, 1860 ~ Thursday 9th I am some better to day I spent the day ...
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    August 6, 1860 August 7, 1860 August 8, 1860 August 9, 1860 August 10, 1860 August 11, 1860 August 12, 1860 August 13, 1860 August 14, 1860 August 15, 1860 August 16, 1860 August 17, 1860 August 18, 1860 August 19, 1860
  • Page 48

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

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    May 17, 1860 ~ Thursday 17th 1860 I was unwell but I dug a little in my Garden planted 100 Hills of Exelsor sweet corn. Then went into the big field helped to plant sugar cane. At about 11 oclock On Main street [blank] Johnson and [FIGURES] Myron C Brewer were both shot dead they were carried to the dead House about 12 oclok they were both shot through the sholder they were both Desperate wicked men May 18, 1860 ~ Friday 18th I went ...
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    May 17, 1860 May 18, 1860 May 19, 1860 May 20, 1860 May 21, 1860 May 22, 1860 May 23, 1860 May 24, 1860 May 25, 1860
  • Page 27

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

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    29 ^1860^ his oposition to President Young and his Brethren and He said he wished all the Church was present to hear it He quoted Joseph Smiths revelation to prove that President Brigham Young was ^right^ and that all was under obligation sto follow the Leader of the Church I never herd Orson Pratt speak better or more to the satisfaction of the People, than on this occasion. he would not partake of the sacrament untill he had made a confession then he partook ...
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    January 30, 1860 January 31, 1860 February 1, 1860 February 2, 1860 February 3, 1860 February 4, 1860 February 5, 1860 February 6, 1860 February 7, 1860
  • Page 30

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

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    17 th ^1860^ President Young spoke of a cure for a sprain heat up the system and the limb with hot watter, then into the cold water alternately He had known many sprains cured in this way In speaking of the House of Congress not organizing He said I look for the members to go to the treasurer & demand their pay or per Dium. Many remarks were made February 18, 1860 ~ Saturday 18 I rode to Fort Harriman and spent the night
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    February 18, 1860 February 19, 1860 February 20, 1860 February 21, 1860 February 22, 1860
  • Page 34

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

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    March 5, 1860 ~ Monday 5th March ^1860^ I spent the day in the office. I attended O Pratts lecture upon Philosiphy at the Tabernacle it was a dark rainy night there was quite a congregation He treated upon light the two theories by which it is conveyed also its velosity, also vibration music, sound, its velosoty in air & water and showed how the velosity of light was discovered by a swis Asstro- nomer while taking an observation of the four moons of ...
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    March 5, 1860 March 6, 1860 March 7, 1860 March 8, 1860 March 9, 1860
  • Page 39

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

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    8th ^1860^ be Idle but all should labour the Bishop would then dictate to every man what he should raise and how much and every one should be set to work and when any one in the ward should have bread all should have it, well says the poor shifless man that never Earned a house or a pair of shoes. I would like that doctrin for then I would have a house as Big as Brigham Young, No you would not untill you Earned it. In speaking of ...
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    April 9, 1860 April 10, 1860 April 11, 1860 April 12, 1860 April 13, 1860 April 14, 1860 April 15, 1860 April 16, 1860 April 17, 1860 April 18, 1860 April 19, 1860 April 20, 1860
  • Page 40

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

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    20 th April We left Fort Harriman at 3 oclok P.M. with 2 teams in the mud & water & drove to Jordon Mills took a load of Lumber & another waggon & drove home arived at home at about 10 oclok at night 25 mils April 21, 1860 ~ Saturday 21st I went to the office this morning I Found for me 2 letters from [FIGURE] sheep raisers & several papers I also learned that Thomas Williams &
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    April 21, 1860 April 22, 1860 April 23, 1860 April 24, 1860 April 25, 1860
  • Page 309

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

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    April 16, 1864 29 persons President [Heber Chase Kimball|Kimball sealed 9 couple & W Woodruff 4 couple I Attended the Election of Officers for the D A & M. Society. W Woodruff was Elected President & 11 EDirectors were Elected April 17, 1864 ~ Sunday 17 Sunday I went to Fort Harriman & held a meeting with a few of the people & spent the night I laid hands upon sister Stocking who was sick & blessed her April ...
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    April 17, 1864 April 18, 1864 April 19, 1864 April 21, 1864 April 22, 1864 April 23, 1864 April 24, 1864