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History of the life of Oliver B. Huntington, also his travels & troubles / writen by himself, 1843-1844
Journal of O. B. Huntington commencing October 1st, 1846 at Liverpool, Great Britain, or, in England, 1846 October
Diary written by Oliver Boardman Huntington during October 1846. Entries record his service as a missionary in England and Wales, his attendance at a Church conference in Manchester, and his assignment to the Clitheroe Conference. Includes references to John Taylor, Orson Hyde, Parley P. Pratt, conditions in Nauvoo, Illinois, and Irish riots.
Oliver B. Huntington journal commenced in Preston, Lancashire County, England , 1846 October-November
Diary written by Huntington between October and November 1846. Describes his missionary service in England as part of the Clitheroe Conference. Includes references to Orson Hyde, his longing for his wife, and the Spencer family. Includes a description of a large meeting held in Keighly, Yorkshire.
Diary written by Oliver Boardman Huntington between November 1846 and March 1847. Entries describe his work as a missionary in England in the Clitheroe Conference, as well as his interactions and teaching in the area. Includes references to Orson Hyde, strife in the mission, the death of his father, the Irish potato famine, Heber C. Kimball, false prophets, re-baptism, and a farewell party for Elders Pratt, Hyde, and Taylor.
Diary written by Huntington between March and April 1847. The diary describes his missionary activities and visits with families in England in the Clitheroe Conference, including his work with Elder Henry Bailey Jacobs. Includes mention of Huntington's anxiousness to hear from his wife, and his relief on receiving letters from his family. Also includes references to Orson Hyde, the potato famine, and the controvery with James J. Strang.
Diary written by Huntington between April and June 1847. The diary documents his missionary activities in England. Also includes references to Orson Hyde, John Taylor, Heber C. Kimball, and to the martyrdom of Joseph and Hyrum Smith.
Diary written by Huntington between July and September 1847. The diary covers the end of Huntington's mission to England, his return home by sea on the Empire, and subsequent work with home and family. Includes references to W. W. Phelps.