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Text:"...88 JOHNRIGGSMURDOCK of the supplies and wade the river up to their arm pits. From the Colorado to Warners, the first settlement in California, it was about two hundred and thirty miles..."
Date:1909
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Text:"...198 JOHNRIGGSMURDOCK have highly esteemed. From the day he stepped out of that office he never manifested the least sentiment of dissatisfaction, discontent, or envy. His soul never soured..."
Date:1909
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Text:"...40 JOHNRIGGSMURDOCK On the 26th day of April, 1839, in fulfillment of a prophecy which the enemy had declared should not come true, the Twelve, from the home of Timothy B. Qark, made their way..."
Publication date:1909
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Text:"...104 JOHNRIGGSMURDOCK meet for the preservation of their stock and of their lives. John Higbee had led a number of the Saints to Provo. They crossed the Provo river and settled what was known..."
Publication date:1909
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Text:"...70 JOHNRIGGSMURDOCK the Prophet should pass away. Sidney Rigdon, however, was a counselor to the Prophet Joseph at the time of the latters death. The people had not learned then what is now simple..."
Publication date:1909
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Text:"...48 JOHNRIGGSMURDOCK This arrangement with the Lott family brought John R. Murdock into somewhat closer relations with the Prophet, as he now became an employee on Joseph Smiths farm, about three..."
Publication date:1909
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Text:"...144 JOHNRIGGSMURDOCK found her at St. Louis. The visit was a source of pleasure to both of them. I went/* he says, by way of Nauvoo to see Sister Emma Smith and her family and to visit the city..."
Publication date:1909
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Text:"...84 JOHNRIGGSMURDOCK George P. Sanderson, a Missourian physician, to whom was intrusted the health of the men. In him they had no confidence and were fully assured that he had even administered..."
Date:1826
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Text:"...148 JOHNRIGGSMURDOCK marked that they thought they had lost me. In reply I told them I thought I was good for the home stretch. They then had no idea what my plans were. I called the ferryman aside..."
Date:1826
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Text:"...180 JOHNRIGGSMURDOCK these leading men. John R« Murdock promptly arose and suggested that those present on that occasion first determine what they themselves could do before appealing..."
Date:1826
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Text:"...78 JOHNRIGGSMURDOCK number of companies. There were not enough young men then at Council Bluffs to respond to the call. He, therefore, on a mounted horse with a few others, set out for Mt. Pisgah..."
Date:1826
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Text:"...122 JOHNRIGGSMURDOCK criticised, and of course, reported to Washington. There must be no failures. President Young and the leaders must demonstrate to the officials at Washington that they could..."
Publication date:1909
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Text:"...186 JOHNRIGGSMURDOCK away in his early childhood. He was told that she was the first person to occupy a g^ave in that city of the dead. Orange township is about fifteen miles east of Cleveland..."
Publication date:1909
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Text:"...134 JOHNRIGGSMURDOCK munication which the President of the United State desired to send to Governor Gumming or to General Johnston. Egans absence on this journey caused a delay of the rest..."
Publication date:1909
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Text:"...16 JOHNRIGGSMURDOCK The western Missourians of those days were Southerners. The blighting influence of slavery was an object lesson to the Saints, who, by their industry in reclaiming the prairie..."
Date:1826
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Text:"...180 JOHNRIGGSMURDOCK these leading men. John R. Murdock promptly arose and suggested that those present on that occasion first determine what they themselves could do before appealing..."
Date:1909
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Text:"...92 JOHNRIGGSMURDOCK CHAPTER V i PIONEERS IN SALT LAKE VALLEY The members of the Mormon Battalion who came in that year increased the number now located in the Old Fort to something like eighteen..."
Date:1909
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Text:"...8 JOHNRIGGSMURDOCK ened in the heart of the boy a confidence that could not easily be shaken ; and those who know JohnRiggsMurdock will be quick to ascribe that unyielding faith and devotion..."
Date:1909
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Text:"...14 JOHNRIGGSMURDOCK time upon a mind so young can scarcely be comprehended by those whose peaceful surroundings are so happy fying, and whose comforts relieve the childish mind of all fear..."
Date:1909
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Text:"...146 JOHNRIGGSMURDOCK action; for John R. Murdock was more eminently a man of deeds than of words. Recounting the experiences of 1863, he says : There were ten Church trains of fifty wagons each..."
Publication date:1909