Glimpse of the Past – LDS Church History Feb 1-21

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February 1828 – Martin Harris visited Joseph Smith, jun., at Harmony, Pa., and took some of the characters, which had been transcribed, and the translation of them, to New York City, where he showed them to Professor Charles Anthon and Doctor Mitchell

February 2, 1833 (Saturday) – Joseph Smith, jun., completed the translation of the New Testament.

February 7, 1843 (Tuesday) – Apostle Parley P. Pratt arrived at Nauvoo from his mission to England.

February 14, 1835 (Saturday) – At a special meeting held in Kirtland twelve Apostles were chosen by the Three Witnesses to the Book of Mormon according to revelation (Doc. and Cov., Sec. 18:37), namely: Thos. B. Marsh, David W. Patten, Brigham Young, Heber C. Kimball, Orson Hyde, Wm. E. McLellin, Parley P. Pratt, Luke S. Johnson, Wm. Smith, Orson Pratt, John F. Boynton and Lyman E. Johnson. Brigham Young and Heber C. Kimball were ordained and blessed the same day.

February 16, 1832 (Thursday) – The revelation known as the “Vision” was given at Hiram, in which the beautiful doctrine of the three glories was explained. (Doc. and Cov., Sec. 76.)

February 17, 1834 (Monday) – The first High Council of the Church was organized at Kirtland.

Taken from Andrew Jenson’s:  Church Chronology

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