Glimpse of the Past – LDS Church History Sept 1-7

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  • September 3, 1842 (Saturday, Nauvoo) – Another effort was made to arrest Joseph Smith without legal process.  His house was searched, but he eluded pursuit, and afterward kept himself hid for some time in the house of Edward Hunter.
  • September 3, 1847 (Friday) – Mormon Battalion solders returning home were met on the Truckee River with word from Pres Brigham Young for those who had no means of subsistence to remain in California to work during the winter and come to the Valley in the spring.  About half of the company then returned to California.
  • September 1, 1850 (Sunday) – A small branch of the Church was organized in Dublin, Ireland, by Elder Edward Sutherland.
  • September 2, 1855 (Sunday) – The Ute and Shoshone Indians met in front of the Deseret News office, Salt Lake City, and entered into a treaty of peace.
  • September 7, 1863 (Monday) – Pres. Brigham Young’s woolen factory, on Canyon creek, commenced running.
  • September 2, 1877 (Sunday) – The funeral of Pres Brigham Young took place in the large Tabernacle, Salt Lake City.

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