Sunset, Apache County, Arizona Territory

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    Part of Letter from Eliza Snow Smith Rogers, 5 March 1897

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    up and have succeeded in getting the roof on this winter, but it isn't suitable to live in yet. Now we have lived here eighteen years and have had nine children born here. We had two children born in Utah before we came here. We buried our first boy at Sunset on our way out here. And our little daughter that we had when we came, lived to be sixteen years old, and was drowned the 4th of June 1893. her name was Eliza Roxie. ...
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    Part of Discourse 1881-01-23

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    The Daily Junction. ISSUED EVERY EVENING. (Except Sunday,) by The Junction Printing Association1 (INEORPORATED.) Office corner of Main and Fourth Streets. Address all communications on business to the Business Manager; those intended for publication to the Editor. MONDAY EVENING. JAN. 24. 1881. QUARTERLY CONFERENCE Of the Weber Stake of Zion, in Ogden Tabernacle. Sunday, Jan. 23. 2 P.M. The congregation was called to or- der by Counselor L. J. Horrick, and the choir sang the humn, "Sweet is Thy work, my God ...
    Dates:
    January 23, 1881
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    Part of Letter from Matilda P. C. Killian and Martha A. Jackson, 23 November 1892

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    Concho Apache Co. Arizona Nov 23rd 1892. Dear Brother Woodruff Perhaps you will not remember me, I came to this place in seventy nine and shortly after you made a visit here just after your great hunt with the Indian chief Petone I heard you tell about it. I met you many times before at Brigham City and Sunset, But it was not to tell you this that I am writing, I desire to have my name recorded in ...
    Dates:
    November 23, 1892
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    Part of Discourse 1889-08-04

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    President Woodruff narrated in detail the circumstance that existed in Kirtland when so many apostatized giving great trials & troubles to the Prophet Joseph. Half of the quorum of the Twelve fell away & all these circumstances gave evidence that we must rely on the Almighty in all our labors & that truth & fidelity are the only safeguards to salvation. He admonished the saints to avoid the Spirit that induced that apostacy & to seek the spi- rit of God to guide us aright. He narrated his mission to Fox ...
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    Part of Letter to Brigham Young Jr. and Heber J. Grant 16 April 1883

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    Salt Lake City, Apr. 16th, 83. Brother Young & Grant. Dear Brother, I have received several short letters from you since you left Salt Lake City. The first was dated Jan. 11th at Man- nassa—you had set apart 5 mis- sionaries. The second at Sunset March 2nd—you had been to Moaencopy, had visited the villages of the Moquies; Br. Lot Smith wrote me an account of your visit among ...
    Dates:
    April 16, 1883
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    Part of Letter to John Taylor, 13 January 1880

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    Sunset Apache Co Arizona January 13th 1880 Pres[iden]t. John Taylor Dear Brother In company with Bro Lot Smith I left Sunset on the 24th [ink color changes] of December and attended the Quarterly Conference at SnowFlake on the 27th and 28th and then went to our missionary Camp on the Meadows and to St. John to see the state of things, and to assist the brethren about the settling of the St John purchase ...
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    Part of Letter to John Taylor, 13 January 1880

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    We arrived at St Joseph on the evening of the 8th inst and on our arrival were informed that the youngest wife of Bro Richards had a pair of twins--daughters. one born 24 hours after the other, but they seemed to think she was doing pretty well. I got hold of the weekly news of Dec. 31st not having seen any news for some 3 weeks I sat and read an hour and I was asked to call in and see Sister Richards that she ...
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    Part of Letter to John Taylor, 13 January 1880

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    settle with Lot Smith but with a committee of his own choosing and said several times that he was perfectly satisfied with the settlement. Instead of his working all the time that he speaks of, he spent one whole summer on a visit to Utah took his wife and family and Lot Smith fitted him out with 4 yoke of large fat beef cattle and wagon for he said he wanted to bring some trees. He took the cattle to Silver Reef and let them out to work until they were ...
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    Part of Letter to John Taylor, 13 January 1880

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    of a hearing before the Bishop and counsel as soon as he arrives he being absent at present. the following is his receipt of settlement Sunset Yavapai Co AT. Dec 19th 1878 This certifies that having been connected with the United Order company of Sunset and having lately withdrawn, that the said company have this day settled with me in full to my entire satis- faction Abraham Perkins. Since my return to Sunset I have been visited by a good many of the immigration and I am turning ...
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    Part of Letter to John Taylor, 13 January 1880

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    has told all the emigration not to load down their teams with flour, they can get all they want in the settlements as cheap as in Utah. Others say they go by Bro Hatch's letters that tell them what to bring to Arizona to exchange for grain. Bro Hatch himself has not got a bushel of wheat or flour to feed his own big family. he looks towards Sunset for bread And even Brigham City across the river who raised 1200 bushels have sowed 300 or 400 bushels and ...