Mormon pioneers -- Utah -- History -- 19th century
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
George Washington Bean journal
Journal contains entries by George Washington Bean from about 1855 to 1878 and includes a short autobiography, transaction records from his business dealings, and personal and family experiences.
Biography of Samuel Kendall Gifford, pioneer of 11 September 1850
Photocopy of a microfilmed copy of a typewritten biography. Samuel Kendall Gifford was born in New York in 1821 and joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-days Saints. He migrated to Utah in 1850, settled in Washington County, Utah, had four wives, and died in 1907.
Robert Lang Campbell journal
John L. Smith personal and family papers, 1792-1950
Contains priesthood blessing transcripts, legal documents, articles, letters, and other Smith family papers, dated 1792 to 1950.
Rosanne Keeler collection of Utah pioneer interview transcriptions
William Addington and William Clinton Martindale papers
Letters related to and biographies of William Addington Martindale and his son, William Clinton Martindale, and their families from approximately 1840-1911. The documents contain Martindale family correspondence from various states, and letters primarily from Utah about the settlement and establishment of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the West.
John Pack letters
Photocopies of handwritten and signed letters dated 1847, addressed to family members, describing difficulties of the journey to Salt Lake City, Utah and Pack's associations with Mormon Church leaders Brigham Young and Heber Chase Kimball.
John Pack papers
Notable items include an 1849 mission call signed by the First Presidency. All materials are photocopies.