Wasatch County, Utah Territory

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  • Page 103

    Part of Leaves From My Journal

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    LOST IN A SNOW STORM. I took my team and started early on Saturday morning. When I arrived at Woodruff, the Bishop urged me to stop until Monday and he would go with me. I told him, "No, I had tarried too long already." I drove on sprightly, and when within fifteen miles of Wasatch, a furious snow storm overtook me, the wind blowing heavily in my face. In fifteen minutes I could not see any road whatever, and knew not how or where to guide ...
  • Page 317

    Part of Journal (October 22, 1865 – December 31, 1872)

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    November 23, 1871 ~ Thursday Nov 213 1871 It is still storming we all spent the day choreing November 24, 1871 ~ Friday 24. It rained nearly all day I felt strongly impressed to go home this feeling has been upon me since Monday Morning but it has stormed nearly Evry day & my family have urged me to stay I went to Otter Creek to day or in the Afternoon caught 10 trout November 25, 1871 ~ Saturday 25. [FIGURES] The same spirit rests upon me this morning to ...
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    November 23, 1871 November 24, 1871 November 25, 1871 November 26, 1871
  • Page 318

    Part of Journal (October 22, 1865 – December 31, 1872)

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    November 27, 1871 ~ Monday Nov 27, 1871 [FIGURES] This was quite an important day day with me I arose in the morn- ing & found the snow 3 feet deep on the level & still snowing furiously & I could see no way to find deliverance for myself & team unless the Lord opened the way. Evry thing was glomy I had to wallow to my arms pits in snow to go to my horses or any whare Els. Mr Haven had sent to Evanston for a car for me the night before by my request ...
    Dates:
    November 27, 1871
  • Page 320

    Part of Journal (October 22, 1865 – December 31, 1872)

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    Nov 28, 1871 got me a good supper kept my team over night paid my fare on the rail Road & sent me my team next day I arived home at 8 ock & was much rejoiced to be delivered from my perrils & to be with my family one more at home I wrote a letter to Sarah at wasatch [FIGURE] & another one on my arival home. I also wrote a letter to Brother Rowley at Ogden November 29, 1871 ...
    Dates:
    November 29, 1871 November 30, 1871 December 1, 1871 December 2, 1871 December 3, 1871 December 4, 1871 December 5, 1871 December 6, 1871 December 7, 1871 December 8, 1871 December 9, 1871 December 10, 1871 December 11, 1871 December 12, 1871 December 13, 1871
  • Page 338

    Part of Journal (October 22, 1865 – December 31, 1872)

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    May 21, 1872 I went to the farm & took 60 Bushels of wheat to Mill & got it ground I spent the night at the farm May 21, 1872 ~ Tuesday 21. I finished planting my Beets, Carrotts, Beans &c, today & went to the City & spent the night 6 M May 22, 1872 ~ Wednesday 22 I went to the field & Returned 6 M May 23, 1872 ~ Thursday 23. I went to the field & Returned & spent the day choreing 6 M May ...
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    May 21, 1872 May 22, 1872 May 23, 1872 May 24, 1872 May 25, 1872 May 26, 1872 May 27, 1872 May 28, 1872 May 29, 1872 May 30, 1872 May 31, 1872 June 1, 1872 June 2, 1872
  • Page 340

    Part of Journal (October 22, 1865 – December 31, 1872)

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    June 17, 1872 ~ Monday June 17, 1872 Wilford watered wheat I went up tighe creek with Bishop Stewart & picked out a public pasture also a piece of Medow land for the Bishop & Wilford to fence together I went up to the saw mill & caught 17 trout June 18, 1872 ~ Tuesday 18. I went up Oter Creek & caugh 50 trout with a hook Wilford caught 19 & Brigham 21 total 90 they were generally small traveled 16 M
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    June 17, 1872 June 18, 1872 June 19, 1872 June 20, 1872 June 21, 1872 June 22, 1872 June 23, 1872 June 24, 1872 June 25, 1872 June 28, 1872 June 29, 1872 June 30, 1872 July 1, 1872 July 2, 1872 July 3, 1872 July 4, 1872 July 5, 1872 July 6, 1872
  • Page 358

    Part of Journal (October 22, 1865 – December 31, 1872)

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    November 25, 1872 ~ Monday Nov 25, 1872 25 I spent the day at home choreing & attended A council in the Evening in the [FIGURE] City hall I received a letter from David November 26, 1872 ~ Tuesday to November 28, 1872 ~ Thursday 26, 27, 28. I spent the time husking corn & putting up fodder November 29, 1872 ~ Friday 29. I came to the City spent several hours with Col Saxe Paid him $145 the ...
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    November 25, 1872 November 26, 1872 November 28, 1872 November 29, 1872 November 30, 1872 December 1, 1872 December 2, 1872 December 3, 1872 December 4, 1872 December 5, 1872 December 6, 1872 December 7, 1872 December 8, 1872 December 9, 1872 December 10, 1872 December 11, 1872
  • Page 11

    Part of Autobiography 1882 Leaves from My Journal Notes Testimony

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    No I had tarried to long already I drove on briskly ^sprightly^ and when within 15 miles of wasatch a furious snow storm overtook me, the wind blowig heavily in my face in fifteen minutes I could see no ^the any^ road whatever and knew not where or how to guide my horses, and I left my lines loosly on my horses went inside my waggon, tied down the cover and committed my life & guideance in the hands of the Lord and trusted to my horses to find the [way] ...