Ogden, Weber County, Utah Territory

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    Part of Letter to Orson Hyde, 20 November 1860

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    a day strong East wind last Fridy Night which done much damage From Farmington to Box Elder they have said it was the hardest wind they have ever experienced in that region. It done no damage in this city except Blowing off part of the roof of the penetentiary, we have not heard all the particulurs from the North some Homes Blown down my roof Blown off Mail Carriers [theyll] have no Homes Blow down four [unroff] in Ogden my Hay stacks blown away [ grab ]a ...
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    Part of Letter to the Presidency and High Council of the Weber Stake of Zion, 23 December 1891

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    [COPY.] Ogden, Dec. 23rd 1891. To whom it may concern: At a meeting of the High Council of Weber Stake, held December 1st. 1891, in the matter of Job Pingree against Nathan Tanner Jr., it was decided that the charges against Brother Tanner were not sustained. ALF. W. MILLGATE, Clerk of the Council. [COPY.] SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MAY 28th, 1892. To the Presidency and High Council of the Weber Stake of Zion: Dear ...
    Dates:
    December 23, 1891 May 28, 1892
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    Part of Letter from Angus T. Wright, 17 September 1887

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    W. H. WRIGHT. ESTABLISHED 1875. A. T. WRIGHT. P. T. WRIGHT. C. H. WRIGHT. W. H. WRIGHT & SONS, MAIN STREET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, FURNISHING GOODS AND GROCERIES. Ogden, Utah, Sep 17, 1887. Prest. Wilford Woodruff, Dear Brother: Your letter of the 14th., inst., notifying me of my call to New Zealand, is received. I will be ready on date named, and ...
    Dates:
    September 17, 1887
  • Page 18

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

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    January 20, 1873 ~ Monday to January 21, 1873 ~ Tuesday Jan 20, 18723 20 & 21 I spent the time selling Hay & straw January 22, 1873 ~ Wednesday to January 24, 1873 ~ Friday 22nd 23, & 24 I spent the time choreing & working upon my Journals January 25, 1873 ~ Saturday ^[FIGURE]^ 25. I came from the field it was a stormy night I received 2 letters 6 M[iles] January 26, 1873 ~ Sunday 26. A Hard snow storm & cold weather ...
    Dates:
    January 20, 1873 January 21, 1873 January 22, 1873 January 24, 1873 January 25, 1873 January 26, 1873 January 27, 1873 January 28, 1873 January 29, 1873 January 31, 1873 February 1, 1873 February 2, 1873 February 3, 1873 February 4, 1873 February 5, 1873
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    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    March 3, 1873 ~ Monday March 3rd 1873 [FIGURES] I wrote a letter to Joseph Fabyan Carter I spent a part of the day drawing Lumber I drew 2000 feet sheeting I attended a council in the Evening at the City Hall President Young spoke March 4, 1873 ~ Tuesday March 4. The president [present] Congress goes out to day & a New one begin [FIGURE] I received a letter from David I went to Ogden with Mrs
    Dates:
    March 3, 1873 March 4, 1873 March 5, 1873 March 6, 1873 March 7, 1873 March 8, 1873 March 9, 1873
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    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    May 15, 1873 ~ Thursday May 15 1873 It has Now been raining 2 days & night I staid at the farm May 16, 1873 ~ Friday 16. [FIGURES] it is still raining I took 28 bushels of wheat to Mill I received a letter from Mrs Gravenston I returned to the City & took a load of wheat to Mill 6 M[iles] 16. I spent the day at home choreing May 17, 1873 ~ Saturday 17. I took cars at 6 oclok & went ...
    Dates:
    May 15, 1873 May 16, 1873 May 17, 1873
  • Page 36

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

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    May 22, 1873 ~ Thursday May 22nd 1873 I spent the days planting potatoes it has rained nearly Evry day for 2 weeks & most of the time cold May 23, 1873 ~ Friday 23 It rained last night, & is raining to day. I returned to the City. I took cars with Mrs Woodruff & John Taylor, J F Smith to go to Brigham City to hold a 2 days Meeting. Also D. H ...
    Dates:
    May 22, 1873 May 23, 1873 May 24, 1873 May 25, 1873 May 26, 1873 May 27, 1873
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    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    Aug 15 1873 guage & went up the American Fork Canyon to the End of the rail road whare the party had a splendid scenery of one of the wasach canyons we were drawn up 15 Miles by Mules with an Ascent of about 270 feet in a mile on our return we came without Mule or steam quite as rapid as any of us wished to ride we were guided on our descent by the use of Brake all were delighted with days Excursion but arived home vary weary distance of the day 100 Miles ...
    Dates:
    August 16, 1873 August 17, 1873 August 18, 1873 August 20, 1873 August 21, 1873 August 22, 1873 August 23, 1873 August 24, 1873
  • Page 69

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

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    Feb 22, 1874 morning & found him quite sick & anointed him with oil & laid hands upon him with Br David mMakinzie February 23, 1874 ~ Monday 23rd I administered to Br Jack to day He was still quite sick February 24, 1874 ~ Tuesday to February 27, 1874 ~ Friday 24 to 27. I spent the time at home laboring February 28, 1874 ~ Saturday 28. In company with Mrs Woodruff I took cars ...
    Dates:
    February 23, 1874 February 24, 1874 February 27, 1874 February 28, 1874 March 1, 1874 March 2, 1874
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    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    March 22,1874 ~ Sunday March 22nd 1874 Sunday [FIGURE] I wrote 4 letters to Wilford, Sarah, Saxe, & Brother & Sister Scammans March 23, 1874 ~ Monday 23 [FIGURE] I received a letter from Howard I went to the Endowment House we gave Endowments to 14 W Woodruff sealed 18 couple for the dead & D H Wells 9 couple I attended council meeting in the Evening I received $500 of
    Dates:
    March 22, 1874 March 23, 1874 March 24, 1874 March 25, 1874 March 26, 1874 March 27, 1874 March 28, 1874 March 29, 1874 March 30, 1874 March 31, 1874 April 1, 1874 April 3, 1874 April 4, 1874 April 5, 1874