Ephraim (Utah) -- History
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten and typewritten diary, newsclippings, correspondence, biographies of family members, and an autobiography written in the form of an obituary. The diary portion of the volume covers 139 pages and relatesto Dean's family life and music-related activities.
Two holograph volumes in three parts with accompanying carbon and ribbon copy typescripts; typescript and draft of typescript of 1881-1882 diary. Describes his early life in England, missionary work for the Mormon Church in England, his immigration to Utah and accounts of ship passage, overland travel to Salt Lake City, Utah and settlement and life in Sanpete County, Utah. The 1881-82 diary deals with a mission to England. Also includes patriarchal blessings.
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 diary and notes mostly in Danish. These entries were written in four almanacs, on an envelope, and on one loose sheet of paper. The diary was written for the year 1872. The notes largely record historical events from ancient to modern times.
Typescript of an autobiography and a short diary. Peterson also sketches the lives of his parents who came from Denmark to Utah in 1862. Also included are handwritten histories of various aspects of life during the early years of Ephraim, Utah.