Utica, Oneida County, New York

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  • Page 158

    Part of Journal (December 29, 1833 – January 3, 1838)

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    June 12, 1837 ~ Monday June 12th I took the parting hand with Elders Page & Blakesley & many other saints & travled in company with 6 other brethren to the branch of church in leeds distance 30 miles We met together in the evening at Brother Carnes & bore testimony to the work in which we are ingaged Elders John Goodson, H. Hale M Holmes & John Snider followed each other ...
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    June 12, 1837 June 13, 1837 June 14, 1837 June 15, 1837 June 16, 1837
  • Page 341

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    September 21, 1844 ~ Saturday 21st A vary high wind so much so the boats stoped saying they were wind bound. but it is an odd thhing to be wind bound in the locks of a canal we traveld about 1 mile to day September 22, 1844 ~ Sunday 22nd Traveled about 9 miles and came to lake Ontario we left the canal & entered lake Ontario at 6 oclok Sunday night sail well untill midnight September 23, 1844 ~Monday 23rd A gale ...
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    September 21, 1844 September 22, 1844 September 23, 1844 September 24, 1844 September 25, 1844 September 26, 1844
  • Page 115

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    September 13, 1839 ~ Friday 13th I took passage at Buffaloo for Albany on board the Col Worth on the Erie Canal at 1 1/2 cent per mile for 365 miles to Albany we rode to Lockport 90 miles 90 September 14, 1839 ~ Saturday 14 Rode to Palmira near the place whare the book of Mormon was found I was sick with the chills & fever distance of the day 50 September 15, 1839 ...
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    September 13, 1839 September 14, 1839 September 15, 1839 September 16, 1839 September 17, 1839 September 18, 1839 September 19, 1839 September 20, 1839 September 21, 1839 September 22, 1839 September 23, 1839 September 25, 1839 September 26, 1839
  • Page 68

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    October 9, 1838 ~ Tuesday Oct 9th We travled to Groton 18 miles to Townsend 10 to Ashby 2 miles & camped for the night at Mr Calvin Hodgman & found the people exceding kind which has been the case thus far on the journey our babe is now in good health & vary quiet & rides in her swing cradle with great ease distance 30 m October 10, 1838 ~ Wednesday 10 We rode to
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    October 9, 1838 October 10, 1838 October 11, 1838 October 12, 1838 October 13, 1838 October 14, 1838 October 15, 1838 October 16, 1838 October 17, 1838 October 18, 1838 October 19, 1838 October 20, 1838 October 21, 1838 October 22, 1838
  • Page 79

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    December 14, 1838 ~ Friday Dec 14th We travled to Paris Illinois from thence we crossed a part of the grand prairie to the distance of 15 miles the weather was plesent & warm the roads smooth & dusty I saw the prairies on fire we spent the night at the Inn of Isaac Kellar 25 December 15, 1838 ~ Saturday 15 We crossed an 18 mile prairie & put up for the night at the house of John Camel on the east fork of ...
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    December 14, 1838 December 15, 1838 December 16, 1838 December 17, 1838 December 18, 1838 December 19, 1838 December 20, 1838 December 21, 1838 December 31, 1838
  • Page 8

    Part of Letter from Lyman Wight, 24 August 1857

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    2 moved 12 miles east into Montgomery County bought a farm and settled and here I lived till I was 18 years old. There are but ^few^ instances in the early past of my life that would be interesting, my paretns ware very strenuous believers in the Universalian doctrine, strictly moral and perfectly honest, and if I have any immorality about me it is not chargable to my parents I was strictly taught to rise above all degridation and never to aspire to any thing that was above ...