Found in 495 Collections and/or Records:
Typescript of letter from Young (Willard Richards clerk) to President Polk, relates proceedings of council between Mormons and Omaha chiefs in which they granted the Mormons permission to stay on their land in exchange for instruction in agriculture and "mechanic arts," seeks a trade license and the President's permission to pursue such a program, dated September 7, 1846.
Collection contains a handwritten diary (approximately 200 pages ; 16 x 11 cm). Except for a few pages, the item covers the years 1875-1877 when Brown served as a Mormon missionary in England. Brown was living in St. George, Utah when called as a missionary. He describes his trip to and from England and his daily activities there. Dated 1875-1880. Also includes an unedited transcription.
An original manuscript for a publication by Joseph E. Cardon, circa 1930.
Contains ethnographic notes and accounts of Ina Sizer Cassidy's interactions with Native Americans in Arizona while the author was living there as well as descriptions of Hopi life. Materials are from Oraibi, Arizona in 1915 and shortly afterward. Some of the documents are copies from original Cassidy typescripts. The materials are dated between 1915-1965.