Weber River, Utah Territory

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  • Page 130

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    who go to labour on the canal to bring the water out to this City for it is evident that if the water is not brought that many of our Crops will be destroyed for it is now vary hot & dry June 3, 1856 ~ Tuesday 3rd I spent the day on my farm in the big field opening ditches to prepare for wattering I found my crops drying up vary much June 4, 1856 ~ Wednesday 4th I spent the day watering my wheat. I was ...
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    May 3, 1856 June 4, 1856 June 5, 1856 June 6, 1856 June 7, 1856 June 8, 1856 June 9, 1856 June 10, 1856 June 11, 1856 June 12, 1856 June 13, 1856 June 14, 1856 June 15, 1856 June 16, 1856 June 17, 1856 June 18, 1856 June 19, 1856 June 20, 1856
  • Page 138

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    Called upon to go on Missions to Europe & to go with Brother Blair West on an exploring tour. Elder Thomas Bullock our chief Clerk in the Historians office August 11, 1856 ~ Monday 11th I put in 28 Apricott buds this morning into plum & peach stocks I spent the day in the office. The First Presidency B. Young H. C. Kimball & J. M. Grant spent the afternoon with us to day in hearing ...
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    August 11, 1856 August 12, 1856 August 13, 1856 August 14, 1856 August 15, 1856 August 16, 1856
  • Page 45

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    was in the Hands of the people they had two schools ready to commence their fort wall was 110 feet long 64 Rods wide 3/4 of it was in the way of erection. A part of soldiers band was here distributed among the people to support & learn to work they did not like it & seemed vary mad some were leaving their wickeups & going to webber River. Bingham fort is 3 miles from Ogden I left this fort & rode to Ogden Hole & preached in the ...
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    December 4, 1854 December 5, 1854 December 6, 1854 December 7, 1854 December 8, 1854
  • Page 164

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

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    December 27, 1868 ~ Sunday Dec 27 1868 Sunday I met with my Quorum in the morning & attended Meeting in the Tabernacle A. O. Smoot Prayed G A Smith spok one hour & 15 minutes in treating upon the reasons why we should be admitted into the Union as a State Government. In the Afternoon O Pratt spoke 50 Minutes I met with the Presidency & 12 for Prayer in the Evening. December 28, 1868 ~ ...
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    December 27, 1868 December 28, 1868 December 29, 1868 December 30, 1868 December 31, 1868
  • Page 233

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    October 2, 1849 ~ Tuesday Oct 2nd 1849 [FIGURE] I recieved 4 letter from the following persons viz one from G. J. Crapo, Albert J. Cowden Wm Sweat & one From the Presidency in the Great Salt Lake City viz Brigham Young Heber C Kimball & Willard Richard The following is A copy of the same Great Salt Lake City July 25th 1849 Dear Brother Woodruff As our mail is now making ...
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    October 2, 1849
  • Page 289

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    September 28, 1850 ~ Saturday 28th We had to lie in camp while men went back after the oxen many went to fishing as there was a rushing creek which abounded with trout I caught 30 another man 32 and many caught about a Dozen each the men returned at night with the oxen September 29, 1850 ~ Sunday 29th [FIGURE] We left Fort Bridger this morning I went forward with my Division to day and the first Division or some of the[m] complained or murmured much ...
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    September 28, 1850 September 29, 1850 September 30, 1850 October 1, 1850 October 2, 1850 October 3, 1850 October 4, 1850 October 5, 1850 October 6, 1850 October 7, 1850 October 8, 1850 October 9, 1850 October 10, 1850 October 11, 1850 October 12, 1850
  • Page 82

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    July 16, 1847 ~ Friday 16 I took Brs Young & Rockwood into my Carriage & drove on with the Camp 6 1/2 miles & nooned in the same valley which we nam ed Mathews vale we travled in the afternoon 9 1/2 miles with per- pendicular rocks on one side & steep bluffs on the other thousands of feet high we had a bad road for the sick to travel in & wearied Br Young out & he was sick at night. for several mil[es] on the North ...
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    July 16, 1847 July 17, 1847 July 18, 1847 July 19, 1847 July 20, 1847
  • Page 83

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    July 21, 1847 ~ Wednesday 201st we set the tire on one wheel of Fowlers waggon we remain in camp to day in consequence of sickness, Brs Kimball Benson & Lorenzo Young went through the Canion of Ogdens fork which is [the] name of the creek we camped on, the rout we are taking is Reeds Pass which we have named Pratts Pass in consequence of his going on to make ...
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    July 21, 1847 July 22, 1847 July 23, 1847
  • Page 256

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    October 19, 1857 ~ Monday Oct 19th It is a cold morning snow upon the Mountains it is reported that Mr Ray is vary sick & not expected to live. He is the last Gentile Merchant in the City now doing business Mr Bell has sold out & will soon leave for Calafornia Mr Kinkade is still traiding but will work for us. An express arived at 1 oclok P.M. Brought a letter to President Young from ...
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    October 19, 1857 October 20, 1857
  • Page 422

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    July 11 by any law to go to that camp & he should not do it & if He was his Lawyier he should advise him to let the Judges do as they pleased at the examination & if I was in his place I would Neither Deny nor Confess any thing but would remain silent. if he is guity he ought to be Cuffed for I have employed him for 2 years & paid him & helped his family & for such a man to ingaged in such a business I ...
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    July 12, 1859 July 13, 1859