Mormon women -- Diaries
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Contains correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks, plaques, printed ephemera photographs, and other material created by Elaine Cannon and other members of the Cannon family. The materials document Cannon's church service, writing, and family life. Includes audio and video recordings. Also includes materials created by D. James Cannon, mainly related to his personal life and church service. Materials date from between 1832 and 2003.
Photocopy of a microfilm copy of a handwritten diary. Hundley writes about her trip from Utah to Texas starting in the spring of 1856. She travels from Salt Lake City, Utah, across Wyoming and then to Texas. She enounters Indians on the way and returns to Bents Fort where she witnessed and Indian dance. She travels until October of 1856. Little is known of Hundley. She might have been a Mormon woman.
Contains two diaries kept by Mary Ann King. They cover the time periods of 1880 to 1882, and 1887 to 1888, with the latter time period during the years that Mary Ann King accompanied her husband, William King, on his mission to the Sandwich Islands for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Diary of Mary Ann King, dated May 16, 1887, to September 16, 1888. Written during the mission she served with her husband to the Sandwich Islands for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.