Glimpse of the Past – LDS Church History Sept 16-23

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  • September 17, 1877 (Monday) – The corner stones of the Logan Temple were laid.
  • September 18, 1850 (Thursday) – Apostle Lorenzo Snow and Elders Joseph Toronto, Thos. B.H. Stenhouse and Jabez Woodard ascended a high mountain, which they named Mount Brigham, near La Tour, Valley of Luzerne, Piedmont, Italy, and organized themselves into the first branch of the Church in that country.
  • September 18-21, 1839 (Wednesday) – Apostles Brigham Young and Heber C. Kimball, Geo A. Smith and Elders Reuben Hedlock and Theodore Turley left Commerce and started on a mission to England, leaving their families sick and poverty-stricken.
  • September 21-22, 1823 (Sunday – Monday, Palmyra) – Joseph Smith visited by angel Moroni and told of the Book of Mormon record. J oseph viewed the gold plates buried in a nearby hill (see JS-H 1: 27-54).
  • September 22, 1827 (Saturday) – Joseph Smith obtained the gold plates from Moroni at the Hill Cumorah (see JS-H 1: 59).
  • 1995, September 23 – “The Family: A Proclamation to the World” from the First Presidency and Council of the Twelve Apostles was published.

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