Latter Day Saints -- Utah -- Logan -- History
Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
Typewritten copy of an autobiography. Ballard writes about her early life in Scotland as a Mormon, her migration to the United States in 1856 and her subsequent migration to Utah in 1859, and her life as a polygamous wife in Logan, Utah. Ballard also tells about encounters with Indians while coming to Utah, and when she was living in Logan.
Typewritten biography of John Pearson and his wife, Mary Ann Potts Pearson. John Pearson was born in England in 1822, joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and migrated to Utah in 1853. He later settled in Logan, Utah, where he worked as a farmer. He died in 1914. Mary Ann Potts was born in England in 1831, married John Pearson in 1856, had eight daughters by him, and died in 1905.
Photocopies of handwritten diaries. The diaries are excerpts of a much larger work and were kept from 1871 to 1872 and for 1883. Card writes about travelling in the East United States on a "winter mission." Card also writes about the construction of the Logan Temple of the Mormon Church in 1883.
Fourteen letters, one death certificate, newspaper clippings, genealogy forms, and miscellaneous items. All of the documents deal with the temporal and spiritual affairs of Charles Ora Card and his wife Sarah.
Photocopies of genealogical records, including Charles O. Card's patriarchal blessing, land deeds, letters to his family, and miscellaneous items. Also included are letters to him from Mormon Church President John Taylor about Charles' work as superintendent of the construction of the Logan Tabernacle and Temple (1873-1884) and about a petition he wanted him to print (1886).
Correspondence, autobiographical and biographical materials, patriarchal blessings, legal documents, news articles, and miscellaneous items. The materials document the life and career of Card including her affiliation with Brigham Young Academy, the Mormon Church, and various civic organizations. The items also relate to the towns of Cardston, Alberta; Logan, Utah; and Provo, Utah. Also included is correspondence with various Mormon Church leaders and that of her husband, Charles O. Card.
Photocopy of a typescript of a diary and an autobiography. Clark's diary covers the years from 1855 to 1857 when Clark served as a missionary to the Indians in the Salmon River Mission. Clark's autbiography tells about his life in Logan and Clarkston, Utah, and his contacts with Indians.
Correspondence, speeches, handwritten and typed articles, newspaper clippings, and an autobiography. The materials relate to Feulner's work as a naturalist and his publications. Feulner also writes about growing up in Nuremberg, Germany.