Glimpse of the Past – LDS Church History Mar 9-16

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March 14, 1832 – Brigham Young was baptized by Eleazer Miller at Mendon, Monroe Co., N. Y.

March 14, 1838 – Joseph the Prophet arrived at Far West, Mo., with his family, accompanied by Apostle Brigham Young and others.  They had been traveling two months to reach the peace of Missouri.

March 13, 1850 – Isaac Morley, leader of the Saints in Sanpete County, UT, baptizes Ute Indian Chief Wakara.

March 13, 1970 – The Mormon Pavilion at the World’s Fair in Osaka, Japan, is dedicated.  Pres. Hugh B. Brown, of the first Presidency, and Elders Ezra Taft Benson and Gordon B. Hinckley take part in the dedication.  Some 6.65 million people visit the pavilion in the first six months of the fair.

March 13, 2005 – The first meetinghouse of the Church in Daviess County, Missouri, was dedicated in Gallatin, Missouri.  In the 1830’s the Church had several settlements in the area, one of which was Adam-ondi-Ahman, before the Saints were driven from the state during the winter of 1838-39.

Taken from Andrew Jenson’s:  Church Chronology

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