Glimpse of the Past – LDS Church History July 1-8

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July 2, 1844 – Apostle John Taylor was brought home to Nauvoo from Carthage.

July 3, 1835 – Michael H. Chandler arrives in Kirtland, Ohio, to display four Egyptian mummies and some scrolls of papyrus containing hieroglyphics.  They are later purchased by the Prophet Joseph Smith, and by revelation he obtains the Book of Abraham from them. (History of Church, 2:235)

July 1, 1841 – Apostles Brigham Young, Heber C. Kimball and John Taylor arrived at Nauvoo from their missions to England.

July 3, 1846 – Pres. Brigham Young and others started for Mount Pisgah, where they arrived on the 6th, after having met eight hundred wagons and carriages.

July 3, 2005 – The first meetinghouse in the African nation of Malawi, was dedicated in Blantyre.

Taken from Andrew Jenson’s:  Church Chronology

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