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I who led by President hug HrtgUIIK DrigI
I i UIIK entered l > the Ih Salt Lake Val ValI
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I H 143 guJ4o IJA whom w > l191J ag till flinv tllrItHII + ro robah I
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t n from KBUVOO auoo after thn na nan liSI neIt
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ml 11 hail made their rallying rallyingi
i IrA rs at a place called Winter Winternow WinterI I
now no Council Bluffs Iowa Iowai Jo JoI
I h i M r the emigration west westward wetrIInd westwarded art arti
i ed < l und during the fall of U47 U47iiitIon lU7Illtlln 1W1attlon
iiitIon of Utah had Increased Increasedtoo
too souls rrvntles were wereh
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M tb Hlenl menu were founded In all allf I
f Utah and nd an era ra of ofN ofL
i L N Y hdIo followed Utah which whichn I Ih
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> cIed r Jed to the United State Stateganlsed litatqllnll Statesitniaed
qllnll ganlsed itniaed M a Territory on onHrlajhatn oni
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T TI r lime me on tin th present site of the thtlock theIllock
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were w ere a few wagons and tents and nd ant anlteals antmala aniInI
teals the property roJlflrt of the Pioneer I onr band bandof
of the lb CMun of Israel b seh That band had hadjust hadJUit hadtut
just tut completed a long lun and wearisome wearisomejourney wrlaomJourntY wsariaomeurney
journey Jo urney of mm inane > than a thousand mils mil
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and In reputation among the few trap traplien lrapIn traplien
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clvillied habitation had been reached reachedI
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whom his people recognised conl an Apostle Apostleof potl1 potl1ot I
of the Ih blewed Redeemer through whom whomcame whumcame whomcame
came the voice vol of God to this latter latterday latterday
day Israel had declared this to be their Ihlri theirtwr j
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become a mighty J11 ht people tOpl and his hl rites message l1Iellcp ritessage ¬
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ence to the tb instruction In lructlon of their beloved belovedmartyrProphet beloedmartrPropbel belovedmsrtyr
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thereto with a hearty heart amen for they theyrealised the J Jroalld i irealised
realised the tit truth tru th of what t had been beensaid beenBald
said lei They Tb also gave ve assent nt to thoj thojfurther th thfurther V I Ilurlber
further remark of their leader record recordd
ed d In the journal of President WilfordWoodrua Wllford WllfordWoodruff WlltordWoodrutr
Woodruff on July Jul tt t 147 Josephwould4111 Joseph Jottephlwould Jollephwould
would would4111 still have been alive If the Twelv Twelvbad
bad been In Nauvoo when he recrossed recrosaedthe recrossedthe Jr Jri J r rlb
the lb river from Uontroee UontroeeThe
The Th statement of President Prtl < lent Youna Younawas Youn Younw Tounwas
was w the tb reiteration of a fact well known knownto
to his bearers The location of th thMormon thormon thMormon
Mormon ormon people on the th western Ill ern slop slopof 111011Of slopof
of the tb Rocky R < xky Mountain had been In Indlcated IncIJ Infloated
floated cIJ led to them by the flrt Prellidenand Prenlden Prenldenand
and Prophet cf the Church of JesuChrist Je Jesu u uCllrlt 1 1Christ
Christ of Latterday Saint alnlll Joseph JoeephSmith i t tSmith
Smith whose who unsullied u life J1f with tba tbaof yf yfof
of till faithful brother Hyrum wa wasacrificed weeaorlfeed 11
In enmob
sacrificed to the hatred of a ruthlei ruthleimob rUlhlemob
mob at Carthage Illinois at the yen vertime yentime er erIha
time when the Prophet was a contem conlelnplUng contemplating I y yplating >
plating leading th the Saint to the th West Westthere Ci Ciro cthere I IIh
there Ih to become a treat people as h hhad ro rot roen I roHail 0 0Iial
had declared years before they nhoul nhoulbe t tte
be 1 te In these tb valleys valleysTo IU i tTo ±
To Joseph Smith belong belon th thblllty the rt rPlponel pon1 en ennt t tJlllt ctbillty
blllty Jlllt and honor as such may ma be ac accorded 4 4corded acanted
corded to man for the Latterda LatterdaSaints Ia Iatter tttrds tttrdsSaint da daSaint
Saint locating lAtln In Utah The area areaman Breaman rfa J Jman
man on whom om devolved the Ih n RIUII tual tan tanof nt ntro ntor ratof
of leading 1ldln the Camp of lra J ra1 < 1 1 oer ver a atrackless alrCekleu a atraekl
trackless traekl desert to these tlte alen did no nofail norail nofail
fail to give prominence to thnt fart fartI fart11urther
I Ilurlher rtlier be h felt In the depth h of hi hisoul hlsoul A
soul that It the Church
qunrum ove ovawhich ovewhich ovewhich
which he presided had not been btt scat eeatleted scatlered 11 < 111 111teld
lered at 1 distant point from Nam Namwhen Nauohen Nauvowhen
when hen Joseph JOIe h and Hyrum Smith re returned rtlumed returned
turned from the western pioneer lun > r jour journey journef our ourney
ney they had started on already th thtragedy II IIIred atragedy
tragedy Ired of Carthage rthl < < e would have ha l bee beeaverted beeIerted heelaverted
averted and those who knew the vigo lgo lgoand
and determination of Brlghuni Young Youngand Youngand Youngand S
and hi his Intense Intea
love fur the grea greaProphet Ag
Prophet I of the latterday Jttrd dispensation dispensationhad
had no reason to doubt his hi asiertlo aaeertloniMt1traatrdtlrfiadi asiertlonot UlertlonM
iMt1traatrdtlrfiadi M Twelve < wtr wtrlot i inot
not In Nauvoo auvoo Joseph and Hyrur Hyrurwere
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were tft martyred and the Pioneer com comiwny cornluny omlNiny
iwny of latterday tAtterd Saint made It ItJournt itJourney Its Itsjourney
journey to the Wet three year > < > ars S later laterthan lalethan latethan
than the Prophet had Intended IntendedThe InlndedThe IntendedThe
The westward tt tard urd migration or r the b hind l lof a A t tof
of members of the Church of Jtxuj JU W I
Christ of Latterday taint to th < J I iggi t
Rocky nock Mountain ountln region rllI < 1n wa was it tl tlfrequently them Ihmfrequently themfrequently
frequently considered b by > th 1t IIht IIhtand phc qheand > phcand
and other before the former H d dHe death J b
He H named It to Intimate aKo UIIIII iutn Ii Iithe I IIhe F Fthe
the days of Klrtland and nd In the hue Ut Utyears < In I I1ean tyears
years of his life It received Us prac practl practlufar ralll ralllular til tilular
ular attention tor by his lnplrat In llratl11 n a4 a4a s 1 1ropbt ai aia
a Prophet he knew It must mu l tumeIha < nine tlmi tlmithe I tl1 tl1tb t1the
the tb house of the Lord must be ei eillahed estllt hmItahed hrn hrnlIahed
llahed In the lb tops to of the mountain mountainand tr trand frand
and all nations should flow 110 unto it a apart U w wpart I Ipart
part of the work of the Oo Ooep pl l lisp 1I 11I 11IUon nj n nntlon
Mtlon Uon committed to him by th I ir irThe oThe v J JTh
The Th subject of western removal n vai d ae ie ieferred 1 J I rferred j jerred
ferred to frequently In Xauvou auvoo Conj Con Conarea b bIr
grew Ir hal been memoralUed f tor or > r leglsJ leglsJlatlon 1111111 nlallon T1 tI tIlatloa
latlon regarding rdln It the rrm I1ms > val I of thq Ih II 11 11Momaont a31onnons
Mormons was II dlacusaetl bftwin bpt tIn tl tlProphet Ih thProphet to f fJropbt
Prophet Joreph and Senator lnatJr Sit > pheii IIhllDourl pheiiDouglaa A ADouglas
Douglas The latter thought the they > haul hourilocale l llocate l llocate
locate In Oregon heard of n Afl tiring at atth II J J1I 5 5the
th the extreme weattrn limit of f the anti r Cllnll > nii niinent I Inent 1I c
nent Hut the tb Prophet all wad no tl tlRock Ih I tat tatRocky u uRock
Rock Mountains was 11 the plax IIR wh whthe whIl r I d dto c cthe
the Saints should assemble mbl to t0come
mi 1611t I Icome he <
come powerful That dlstrli < t was wu lt the thnnknown Ih rat ratknown 1111
known as a Pppcr California an and ax axresult I are areresult J r rlilt
result lilt of Joseph teaching flve year > HL HLbefore JI JIbtfo 1e r rbefore
before btfo the death of the Prophet unl unlPatriarch un l 11
Patriarch the late President John T Tlor TII TIIlor > vt vtlot
lor celebrated In Mormon vere vereIn vereeIn rllt rlltIn
In Upper California Oh that tbatll tin lam lamfor 118 118tor iiefor
for me meIt h
It lies ii between the mountain and th thgreat h hl1Itat 1
great Pacific 1tI ea I
r J ad Jl Jlnbu1 J I
The reoroaslng from Montrocreferred Montrocreferredto MoDtrol Jt > rtrre r I h
to in the quotation from President PresidentBrlgham J > + fr frUrIb r rRdsbaa
Brlgham UrIb Young occurred In June JuneThe 1 let 4 r rThe i I ITli
The Tli Prophet Joseph Smith had direct < dIrt t ted
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ed the orgaalaatlon in February of tha thayear theyear
year of a Pioneer company to i r n ee th thgreat 11t < also nbu1i nvu alsognat
great t plains I here b were we about t twn wn n ntyflve r err errlyAve
tyflve members in the th organisation organisationOf 1 e eOf I
Of these tb Rider Samuel W Richards < > l lSalt l lSalt x
Salt Lake City to I now living 11ln On thi thinight Ih I Inlbt Inight
night of June n 1B4I the Prophet ami amihi lint linthi anthis
hi his brother Hyrum with Wlllarl HlihJ HlihJards Uk Rich Richaisle
J I Iard
aisle and John Taylor of the AIIIf Apnetleand A AIIIfand > mile mileand
and others oth crowed the hllIAIII1 MlM lxl > i > l rln rtveto rlv rlvto < > t r rto
to Montrcee Moo trove Iowa 10 on the tll tart fir tt ttKocky
Rocky Mountain Some of this thlldwlln thisdweltng thndwellng a I
dwellng dwlln In Kauvuo know knowing in of ihe iheIropbetf th thlIopbt th1ropbete
Iropbetf movements and purpose t falj fal 0 1II3J 1II3Jteredo ° 0l 0ltend
tend and upbraided him lm with Ith abamlj abamljonlng band abandouting J Jonlnr
outing them At this he h returned wits wltlthe witsthe Itt Itttb
the tb result that followed at Car Cartb CartbIn CarthaIn that thatIn +
In leer than a week thereafter Tin Tinvery Th i Tvery Ivery
very thing Ualn the murmerer thought th ht t tprevent < an
prevent bad occurred Joseph Josephtaken J tllh wa wataklI wataken an
taken from them One result was a thaj thajthe the thaU thethe
the U pioneer western tr journey journegated > w II ae rele rl r rgated I
gated to a later period to b b4 attend attendwith
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with greater ter hardships for
the people peopleYet It UtT UtTI I I1t 1Yet
Yet the design had been set et t foitlf foitlfclearly tort tortclearly
clearly clearl the Prophet Joseph Smith ln lnunfolded hauafolded ta taaafoided < Ji
unfolded fully the plan laft for the Moreno Mormoriwople Morenopeople I I11tI0111t
people to be established In the m mun muntal munlain mil miltains
lain tal The bullets of aaaajwlns In Inter otterfered Interfered H
fered to prevent his being the foundei foundeiof foundeof i 1 T
of Utah but he b pointed the way am amthe anIth j tit titth
the th Pioneers followed ttlf hi 11 direction am amcounsel ancounllli antcounsel >
counsel Therefore Ut u t tSmith T
the Prophet Joeepl JoeeplSmith her herr1 i
Smith stands tand as a leader
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