Kington Fort, Davis County, Utah Territory

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  • Page 87

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

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    October 22, 1855 ~ Monday Oct 202 I returned home to salt Lake City distance 15 mils October 23, 1855 ~ Tuesday to October 27, 1855 ~ Saturday 23 to 27 I spent the week at home. A Quarterly conference was held at Provo on 27 & 28 by P P & O. Pratt & others October 28, 1855 ~ Sunday Sunday 28 I spent the day & night ah [at] home writing conference minutes October ...
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    October 22, 1855 October 23, 1855 October 27, 1855 October 28, 1855 October 29, 1855 October 31, 1855 November 1, 1855 November 2, 1855 November 3, 1855 November 4, 1855 November 5, 1855 November 6, 1855 November 8, 1855
  • Page 42

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

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    nor He with his leaders Brother Pratt Also thought that Adam was made of the dust of the Earth could not believe that Adam was our God or the Father of Jesus Christ President Young said that He was that He came from another world & made this brought Eve with him partook of the fruits of the Earth begat children & they were Earthly & & had mortal bodies & if we were Faithful we should become Gods as He was. He told Brother Pratt to lay aside his Philosofical reasoning & ...
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    September 18, 1854 September 21, 1854 September 22, 1854 September 23, 1854 September 24, 1854 September 25, 1854 September 28, 1854 September 29, 1854 September 30, 1854 October 1, 1854 October 2, 1854 October 5, 1854 October 6, 1854
  • Page 43

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

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    is published in the Deserett News of O[c]t 12 No 31 I deem it unnessary to record it here. Conference closed Sunday evening Oct 8th President Young preached to a congregation of several thousand out of Doors And I Believe that He preached the greatest sermon that ever was Delivered to the Latter Day Saints since they have been a People. eElder Watt Reported I also took minutes October 10, 1854 ~ Tuesday 10th President Young & Company started on a Journey to visit ...
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    October 9, 1854 October 10, 1854 October 14, 1854 October 15, 1854 October 16, 1854 October 21, 1854 October 22, 1854 October 23, 1854 October 28, 1854 October 29, 1854 October 30, 1854 October 31, 1854 November 1, 1854 November 3, 1854 November 4, 1854 November 5, 1854 November 6, 1854 November 7, 1854 November 11, 1854 November 12, 1854 November 13, 1854 November 18, 1854
  • Page 44

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

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    November 19, 1854 ~ Sunday 19th Sunday H C Kimball preached in the foren[oon] & Ltoeren Far in the Afternoon November 20, 1854 ~ Monday to November 25, 1854 ~ Saturday 20 to 25 I spent this week drawing wood November 26, 1854 ~ Sunday 26th Sunday I attended meeting at the tabernacl President Kimball Preached in the forenoon upon a variety of subjects & Aaron Far in the aftern[oon] November 27, 1854 ~ ...
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    November 19, 1854 November 20, 1854 November 25, 1854 November 26, 1854 November 27, 1854 November 28, 1854 November 29, 1854 November 30, 1854 December 1, 1854 December 2, 1854 December 3, 1854
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    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    was in the Hands of the people they had two schools ready to commence their fort wall was 110 feet long 64 Rods wide 3/4 of it was in the way of erection. A part of soldiers band was here distributed among the people to support & learn to work they did not like it & seemed vary mad some were leaving their wickeups & going to webber River. Bingham fort is 3 miles from Ogden I left this fort & rode to Ogden Hole & preached in the ...
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    December 4, 1854 December 5, 1854 December 6, 1854 December 7, 1854 December 8, 1854
  • Page 55

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    of the Indians. He said that He was thankful that we had got along as well as we had with the Indians since we had been here He thought they had improved in their condition considering what advantages they had quite as much as the Saints had. After meeting I walked down & laid hands upon sister Anderson a Danish woman who was quite sick February 5, 1855 ~ Monday 5th There is quite an excitement through the City to day among ...
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    February 5, 1855 February 6, 1855 February 7, 1855 February 8, 1855 February 9, 1855 February 10, 1855 February 11, 1855
  • Page 37

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

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    with hism it continued till midnight when we all returned to our homes June 13, 1854 ~ Tuesday 123 I went to mill & spent the remainder of the day in my garden President Young preached an interesting discourse upon the subject of family government D Watt reported June 14, 1854 ~ Wednesday 14 [FIGURE] we had a hard rain storm through this day and [FIGURE] a great deal of Heavy hail fell one child was drowned & another nearly killed a cloud broak ...
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    June 13, 1854 June 14, 1854 June 15, 1854 June 16, 1854 June 17, 1854 June 18, 1854 June 19, 1854 June 20, 1854 June 24, 1854
  • Page 119

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

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    10 Feb 1861 was presented to Presidet Young to pick out the High Council & He named six of them & Brother Farr nominated the other six after they were ordained the spirit & power of God rested upon me & I spoke to them about half an hour upon the subjet of the Priesthood & the magnifying of that Priesthood and meeting all responsibilities required at hour hands all deeply felt the power of God that was present I exhorted them to temperance & every good word & work ...
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    February 11, 1861
  • Page 220

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

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    June 11, 1862 ~ Wednesday June 11, 1862 I spent the day mostly in the office compiling I weighed my wool in the morning. I had 440 lbs of wool in the di[rt] I paid 44 lbs for tithing June 12, 1862 ~ Thursday 12 [FIGURE] This morning a company of about 300 men left this City for South Webber all armed for war Infiantry calvalry & artilery called out by ...
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    June 11, 1862 June 12, 1862 June 13, 1862