Mormon missionaries -- Hawaii -- Diaries
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Diary details Cluff's study at the University of Michigan beginning December 14, 1886, and other events and reminiscences up until the eve of his departure on the South American Expedition in June, 1900. Entries begin again on November 1, 1903, continuing until December 23 and detailing his work at the Academy after his return from Columbia and before his resignation in 1903.
Diary covers period from January 1 to August 21, 1904 and details Cluff's time in Mexico following his resignation as president of BYU. Cluff accepted a position as superintendent of the Utah-Mexican rubber company properties. Includes his description of his preparation, travels, and work, in addition to family affairs and health. Details his difficulties of finding reliable and honest workers in addition to organization and maintenance of the plantation and the working force.
Diary covers period from December 24, 1906 to January 6, 1909 and details Cluff's time continuing as a plantation owner in Mexico. Includes his description of the maintenance and progress of the plantation work, as well as information on the health and well-being of his family members and workers. Also includes record of his travels through Mexico, planting timing and dimension details, and various purchases for the plantation.
Contains four diaries and their respective transcripts covering the period from 1881-1909 and detailing Cluff's time as a student at Brigham Young Academy and the University of Michigan, as well as his subsequent appointment as President of the Academy. Also describes his activities and experiences as a plantation owner in Tabasco, Mexico.
Handwritten diaries and teaching notes. Giles writes about his daily activities in Provo, Utah; his two missions for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Hawaii (1890-1897 and 1905-1907); his work at a lime kiln; his work on a railroad; and his teaching of Sunday School for the Church.