Pisgah (Iowa) -- History -- Sources
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Provisions dealt out to the poor at Pisgah
Handwritten list of food distributed to the poor at Mount Pisgah, Iowa, and the names of those who received it. The poor were Mormons, and they were mostly given flour, bacon, and coffee.
Daniel Spencer diary
This diary is Daniel Spencer's account of the trek from Nauvoo to Winter Quarters, Nebraska, from March to December 1846. The diary from 11 July to October is not a daily record, but rather a narrative of events observed by the author. The diary is an important record of the Mormon Exodus from Nauvoo, across Iowa to Winter Quarters on the Missouri River. Entries cover ca. 28 March 1846 to 20 December 1846.
Brigham Young letter
Photocopy of a handwritten letter to Charles C. Rich concerning the transfer of military equipment to headquarters.