United orders (Mormon Church)
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Andrew Jackson Allen autobiography and diary
J. Edward Johnson papers
Collection includes a 216 p. typescript entitled "Zion and Her Law" with a 71 p. appendix and 24 p. index. Also includes a typescript of an 11 p. talk given by Johnson in 1965 on Latter-day Saint Church doctrine, and TLS's concerning the provenance of the collection.
Alonzo Hazelton Raleigh diary "B"
Holograph diary which tells of his duties as a member of city council, justice of the peace and inspector of buildings in Salt Lake City, Utah and his various social religious and business dealings.
Samuel Hollister Rogers diary, volume 2
Samuel Hollister Rogers diary, volume 2, 1855-1886
Volume includes details on Rogers life in Parowan, Utah. Includes patriarchal blessings for Rogers and some family members. Includes information about early temple work in the Saint George Utah Temple. Also includes details about the United Order in Parowan. Includes Rogers' experiences in helping settle colonies in Snowflake, Arizona, and Chihuahua, Mexico. Dated October 1855-February 1886.
Charles Smith papers
Andrew Jackson Workman autobiography
Andrew Jackson writes about his family's conversion to Mormonism in 1839 while living in Tennessee; his settlement at Nauvoo, Illinois, 1843; the exodus west; serving in the Mormon Battalion, and march to California; his work in the gold mines; his arrival in the Salt Lake Valley, 1855; the return trip to California; settling in Kane County, Utah; the death of his wife, Rebecca Deck; his remarriage to Sariah A. Eager, 1866 and the organization of the United Order, 1874.
Brigham Young letters
Letter to "Charley" Moffett expressing good wishes, concern over being traced by means of the postal service, and the welfare of Anderson's wife.