Glimpse of the Past – LDS Church History Nov 11-17

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November 13, 1833 (Wednesday) – A grand meteoric shower or “falling of the stars” was witnessed throughout the land, which cheered the Saints and alarmed their enemies.

November 14, 1842 Mayor Joseph Smith presided at a city council meeting where an “Ordinance regulating the proceeding on writs and habeas corpus” was approved giving the Courts of the City of Nauvoo the right to protect the citizens of Nauvoo from unlawful arrest by outside parties.

November 11, 1851 (Tuesday) – The “University of the State of Deseret” was opened in G.S.L. City.

November 11, 1854 (Saturday) – Professor Orson Pratt discovered “a new and easy method of solution of the cubic and biquadratic equations.”

November 14, 1907 Howard W. Hunter, 14th President of the Church, is born in Boise, Idaho.

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