Kanesville Tabernacle, Kanesville, Pottawattamie County, Iowa

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  • Page 141

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    should have told him of it quietly is it not so Issac (Isaac yes) I am not going to decide the case that is for the High Council to do Br Cutler arose made A speach & gave his decision. Both parties recie- ved their reproof & made their confession which was excepeted President Young said good would grow out of it Council Adjourned March 18, 1848 ~ Saturday 18th ^[FIGURE]^ Wilford Woodruff Jrs birth day He is 8 years old this ...
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    March 18, 1848 March 19, 1848 March 20, 1848 March 22, 1848 March 23, 1848 March 24, 1848 March 25, 1848 March 26, 1848 March 27, 1848
  • Page 143

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    April 6, 1848 ~ Thursday CONFERENCE [6] Of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints held at the Log Tabernacle Potawatame County Ioway April 6th 1848 Conference organized at 11 oclok O Hyde appointed President After the organization there was an intermission of one hour conference then opened by singing and Prayer by [Orson Hyde|O Hyde who also addressed the meeting & remarked that A first Presidency had been Appointed but wished it Sustained by the Conference O Hyde moved that
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    April 6, 1848
  • Page 146

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    April 10, 1848 ~ Monday 10 I spent the day at home April 11, 1848 ~ Tuesday 11th [FIGURE] During the day we were visited by three messengers direct [FIGURE] from the city of the great salt lake they were from the mormon Battallion had spent two months in the valley Brought A large package of letter from the valley they left the last of Jan. the most of the winter was in November & December the winter broke the middle of Jan grass ...
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    April 10, 1848 April 11, 1848 April 13, 1848 April 14, 1848 April 15, 1848
  • Page 152

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    were required to meet evry night at sun set for drilling. the night previous to this the Omahas came upon some Pawnees who were in the place & fired Arrows upon them they returned the fire with powder & ball but none killed. we returned to Br Richards & spent the night in his carriage during the day while the Boat went up the river to cross over the river one of the Boatman was knocked overboard & was drowning Capt Hewit jumped overboard to save the man & thew ...
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    June 15, 1848 June 16, 1848 June 17, 1848 June 18, 1848 June 19, 1848 June 20, 1848 June 21, 1848