Glimpse of the Past – LDS Church History Dec 1-7

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December 2, 1827 – Owing to persecutions Joseph Smith, jun., removed from Manchester, N. Y., to Harmony, Susquehanna Co., Pa., but there also persecution awaited him. During this and the following month he translated some of the characters of the plates.

December 3, 1843 – In the assembly room above the Red Brick Store, Joseph Smith and the others present prayed for his brother Hyrum Smith, who had injured his leg.

December 1, 1844 (Sunday) – Apostle Parley P. Pratt was appointed to go to the city of New York to regulate and counsel the emigration from Europe and preside over all the eastern branches of the Church.

December 4, 1842 (Sunday) – The city of Nauvoo was divided into ten Bishop’s wards.

December 7, 1842 (Wednesday) – Apostle Orson Hyde returned to Nauvoo from his mission to Jerusalem.

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