Jobe Hill autobiography
Scope and Contents
Handwritten autobiography. Hill writes about migrating to Utah, about his life in Smithfield and Clarkston, about problems with grasshoppers, and about other difficult situations. He also talks about the death of his mother and his low opinion of his father, who started drinking. He also tells about his mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to England and about his marriage.
- Hill, Jobe (Person)
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Open for public research.
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Biographical / Historical
Mormon pioneer, who settled in Smithfield and Clarkston, Utah.
1 v. (0.3 linear ft.) : 200 p.
Language of Materials
19th Century Western and Mormon Manuscripts.
- Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
- Clarkston (Utah) -- History
- Hill, Jobe
- Latter Day Saint churches -- Missions -- Great Britain
- Latter Day Saint missionaries -- Great Britain -- History
- Latter Day Saint pioneers -- History
- Latter Day Saints -- Utah -- Clarkston -- History
- Latter Day Saints -- Utah -- Smithfield -- History
- Missions and Missionaries
- Smithfield (Utah) -- History
- Register of Jobe Hill autobiography
- Rose Frank
- 13 April 2011
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- Finding aid written in English in Latin script.