Toquerville, Washington County, Utah Territory

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  • Page 141

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

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    May 23 1861 Evils which Exist in not following his council in our dealing with the armey and gentiles if he had had his way the army would have paid well for what they got in Utah, but as it was they had evry thing brought to there door & some that call themselves Saints almost worship them for a few dimes x He was followed by D. H. Wells & W. Woodruff & John Taylor who spoke in great plainness. Another Meeting was held in the ...
    Dates:
    May 24, 1861 May 25, 1861
  • Page 145

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

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    May 28, 1861 We travelled to day over a vary heavy road of sand. We found by the way side a new species of reptile a kind of sand Hill Alegater or Crockadile the body was about 15 inches in length the tail 6 inches, built like the Lizzard family but covered with scales & a tough skin the scales were of Dimond shape & of a Bright yellow colorur about 8 inches in Circumferance a head the shape of a rattle snake & similar fangs he got over the ground vary slow, walking on 4 legs ...
    Dates:
    May 29, 1861 May 30, 1861
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from John Steele, 30 July 1888

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    Steele, John Toquerville Wahington Co., Utah Territory, July 30, 1888. President Wilford Woodruff: Deat brother, In the midst of all the ups and downs that we as a people are called upon to pass through in this lower world, I Still feel it a Joy and Satisfaction to Celebrate the 24th of July, our da pioneer day. and In looking over the Deseret News Editorial ^Matter^, from Mondays daily ^of^ July 23 1888. I feel flattered with the eulogy therein contained, not particularly ^on account of the^ praise ...
  • Page 52

    Part of Journal (January 1886 – December 1892)

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    July 30, 1886 we drove to Salina & spent the night with Bishop Jens Jenson distance of the day 25 Miles August 1, 1886 ~ Sunday Aug I, Sundy we spent the day resting with Bishop Jenson [FIGURE] we administered to Sister Jenson who was sick & his daughter who was Def & dumb August 2, 1886 ~ Monday 2 we drove to Richfield and on to Elsenore 27 m one of our Horses was quite Lame ...
    Dates:
    August 1, 1886 August 2, 1886 August 3, 1886 August 4, 1886 August 5, 1886 August 6, 1886 August 7, 1886
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    Part of Letter from Achille A. Ramseyer, 31 January 1888

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    & Germany; in Provo she was enticed by the father of G. N., Bro. John C. Naegele to Toquerville, Washington Co. Utah to come down with him in the service of one of his wives; without much experience, she did not insist much on the conditions of payment, thinking because she had got the money for her emigration from the brother-in-law of John C. Naegele Mr. John Beck from Salt Lake City, that She was bound more or less ...
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    Part of Letter from Heber L. Naegle, 4 August 1895

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    Toquerville Aug. 4, 1895 President Wilford Woodruff, Salt Lake City. Dear Brother: Yours of July 15th came safe to hand. Of myself, I feel very weak and unprepared for such a high calling. With this feeling I accept, believeing if God, through his son Jesus Christ has, any labors for me to perform in spreading the Gosple throughe the nations of the Earth, he is able to help me in do- ing much towords rolling forth his glorious work for the salvation of Man. Your most humble servent ...
    Dates:
    August 4, 1895
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    Part of Letter from Riley C. Savage, 14 May 1895

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    Toquerville May 18th, 1895 Pres. Wilford Woodruff: Dear Brother: Yours of May the 8th was duly received. In reply will say. Agreable to your request, if the Lord will, I will be in Salt Lake City on the date you mention, Nov. 8th, 1895, ready to start on a mission to the Southern States. Your Brother in the Gospel Riley C. Savage Wm A Bringhurst Bishop ...