Glimpse of the Past – LDS Church History June 8-14

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June 12, 1831 – John Whitmer, called as Church historian, begins to write a history of the Church he calls the Book of John Whitmer.

June 1839 – The first house erected by the Saints in Commerce was raised by Theodore Turley.

June 12, 1847 – The advance part of pioneers reached the North Platte River crossing about four hours ahead of a wagon party of Missourians heading west.  They built a raft and made some good money by ferrying the Missourians across the river.

June 12, 1983 – The first stake in Fuji is organized at Suva.

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