Independence Day

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  • Page 302

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

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    July 2d 1871 Brother Cousins. we held a Meeting in the Evening John Smith spoke 10 M, Joseph F Smith spoke 36 Minuts W Woodruff spoke 39 M. I spent the night with E. F. Sheets at Br Cousins July 3, 1871 ~ Monday 3d President Young & company arived at 10 oclok we then drove to Georgetown 12 Miles & to Soda Springs 18 total 30 Miles we titched our tents & waggons there were ...
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    July 3, 1871 July 4, 1871 July 5, 1871 July 6, 1871 July 7, 1871 July 8, 1871
  • Page 340

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

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    June 17, 1872 ~ Monday June 17, 1872 Wilford watered wheat I went up tighe creek with Bishop Stewart & picked out a public pasture also a piece of Medow land for the Bishop & Wilford to fence together I went up to the saw mill & caught 17 trout June 18, 1872 ~ Tuesday 18. I went up Oter Creek & caugh 50 trout with a hook Wilford caught 19 & Brigham 21 total 90 they were generally small traveled 16 M
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    June 17, 1872 June 18, 1872 June 19, 1872 June 20, 1872 June 21, 1872 June 22, 1872 June 23, 1872 June 24, 1872 June 25, 1872 June 28, 1872 June 29, 1872 June 30, 1872 July 1, 1872 July 2, 1872 July 3, 1872 July 4, 1872 July 5, 1872 July 6, 1872
  • Page 139

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

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    June 25, 1868 ~ Thursday June 25 1868 It rained in the morning at about 9 oclok Jeremiah Stockings took me in his carriage & we rode to Battle Creek called pleasant Grove we spent the night at John Neff's I held a meeting in the Evening & Preached to the people distance 38 mils June 26, 1868 ~ Friday 26. We rode to Provo & spent the night with my family there 12. June 27, 1868 ...
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    June 25, 1868 June 26, 1868 June 27, 1868 June 28, 1868 June 29, 1868 June 30, 1868 July 1, 1868 July 2, 1868 July 3, 1868 July 4, 1868 July 5, 1868
  • Page 57

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

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    July 3, 1860 ~ Tuesday July 3rd 1860 I spent the forenoon in the office In company with R Campbell I visited Brother Mousleys school He teaches upon the new principle of chanting his lessons in Geography having procured large splendid maps for the same He teaches a new system of mental Earithmetic, his whole system of teaching is the best I have ever seen. There is great prepara- tion in this city for the 4th July. The signs ...
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    July 3, 1860 July 4, 1860 July 5, 1860 July 6, 1860 July 7, 1860
  • Page 230

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

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    June 30, 1862 ~ Monday June 30, 1862 I was not well this morning I spent most of the day at home July 1, 1862 ~ Tuesday July 1st I spent the morning in the garden the fore noon in the office and afternoon compiling History it was a Hot day July 1. I spent the day in the office compiling History July 2, 1862 ~ Wednesday 2d In company with A. O. Smoot I Administered to Isabel Allexander under ...
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    June 30, 1862 July 1, 1862 July 2, 1862 July 3, 1862 July 4, 1862 July 5, 1862 July 6, 1862
  • Page 42

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

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    June 29, 1873 Sunday Lemuel Mallory born April 2nd 1801, young T. P. district 2 c. son of Lemuel & Amy Patterson Mallary George Q Cannon Mouth Afternoon AG A Smith spoke 20 Minuts President B. Young 26, Joseph A. Young 5 M[inutes], President Joseph Young 25 M[inutes] John Taylor 8 & G Q Cannon 8, & President Young closed the Meeting & Blessed the people ...
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    June 30, 1873 July 1, 1873 July 2, 1873 July 3, 1873 July 4, 1873 July 5, 1873 July 6, 1873
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to the Editor of the Western Standard, 3 July 1856

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    G.S.L City 3 July 1856 Ed of Western Standard I continue my monthly correspondence for your paper. The Weather has been dry and warm since I last wrote to you. we have had 2 slight showers during the past month. Barley harvesting commenced last monday the 23d and some wheat in the big field was cut on Saturday last. Much of the crops however have suffered materially for the lack of water; by good management and much physical labor the waters of the
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    July 3, 1856
  • Page 29

    Part of Journal (January 1893 – April 1897)

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    July 1, 1893 ~ Saturday July 1, 1893 I spent the day mostly at home I went to the City for several hours and returned home Owen & Ovando went to the Granite in the Evening I finished my Artesian well to day board down 300 feet sunk a 3 inch Pipe & had a flow of good pure soft water cold of 20 gallons a munite July 2, 1893 ~ Sunday 2d I Attended a Bank Meeting in ...
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    July 1, 1893 July 2, 1893 July 3, 1893 July 4, 1893 July 5, 1893 July 6, 1893 July 7, 1893