Manti (Utah) -- History
Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:
Phtocopy of a microfilm copy of a handwritten diary. Martin writes about his work as a minister in Manti, Ephraim, and Mt. Pleasant, Utah. He talks about his activities, preaching, and his various contacts.
Handwritten entries in an account book. The item includes lists of stock holders in the institution and records of financial transactions. The accounts were made out primarily to women.
Collection contains the daily writings of a Manti/Richfield, Utah, woman in the 20th century. The diaries include notes about the weather, visits from family members, births and deaths within the family, and church activities.
Photocopies of handwritten autobiographies of Artemus Millet including the typescripts of them. MIllet describes his conversion to the Mormon faith, his experiences as a Mormon Pioneer, and his spiritual interpretations of the events of his life.
Handwritten letter dated 28 March 1867 and addressed to Bishop Bryan of Salt Creek, Utah. The item was composed in Manti, Utah. Moffitt authorizes Wm. Richei, Peter Clausen, and David Sonis "to go out freighting."
Typewritten reminiscence. The author's name is unknown and the date of composition of the item is uncertain. Mrs. Moffitt writes about work and crafts in Manti, Utah during the nineteenth century. Topics include: farming, milling, lighting, hay, dyeing, basket weaving, and hat making.