Zuni Pueblo, Valencia County, New Mexico Territory

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  • Page 425

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    August 17, 1879 ~ Sunday Aug 17, 1879 ^Sunday^ Ammon M Tenney arived last night we attended the sabbath school in the forenoon Br Bigelow Presided at the close I addressed the children. I met at 2 oclok nearly all the inhabitants of the Place Mexicans Gentiles & Saints A large assembly I read the vision and spok an hour and all gave good attention. At the close of the meeting we met with about 30 Mexicans A M Tenney read and talked to them in spanish about one hour ...
    Dates:
    August 17, 1879 August 18, 1879 August 19, 1879
  • Page 426

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    Aug 19, 1879 bottom and others went into the buildings through the roof on ladders. we went through the Ancient Catholic Cathedral but it looked as though it was 500 years old. It had 2 Bells Hanging in the Tower and over the pulpit it had some of the finest carved work in wood I Ever saw of Christ Apostles & Angels. we went through the Town and for the first time in my life I had a view of a specimen of the white Indians the Albinos which was a woman her ...
    Dates:
    August 20, 1879
  • Page 436

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    Sept 1, 1879 and took breakfast we then drove to Aqua Freo (cold spring) it was the cold[est] spring water I ever Drank it was nearly Equal to Ice water we filled a keg and Drove several miles and Nooned we then drove to Masons Beated our horses and had quite a talk with Mr Mason his son could talk English Mason was a spanyard I gave his son good council & told him to call upon me at Salt Lake if He should come there. We then ...
    Dates:
    September 2, 1879 September 3, 1879
  • Page 5

    Part of Letter to John Taylor and Council, 15 September 1879

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    ever saw, representing Christ, the apostles and angels. I went all through the village and, for the first time in my life, I had a view of the white Indians called Albinos. Their hair, face and limbs were nearly as white as milk, much whiter than any Americans. I met with many who had been baptized and they were very glad to see me. They had 2000 acres of corn, looking well without irrigation. X^O^n the day following, we visited their b^v^illage at their farm cl^a^lled Fish Springs. I was here introduced ...