2 edition of Latter-Day Saints" emigrants" guide found in the catalog.
Latter-Day Saints" emigrants" guide
|Statement||By W. Clayton.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
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He returned to Winter Quarters on Octoand set about preparing a manuscript for the press. The Latter-Day Saints emigrants guide book is dated Ma Clayton's guide book was used extensively by successive waves of Mormon emigrants.
The Latter-Day Saints' emigrants' guide: being a table of distances, showing all the springs, creeks, rivers, hills, mountains from Council Bluffs to the valley of the Great Salt Lake by Clayton, William, Pages: The Latter-day Saints' Emigrants' Guide, from Council Bluffs to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake William Clayton Ye Galleon Press, - Social Science - 27 pages.
Brand new softcover book. ; "This booklet was given to all Latter-day Saints as they began their journey on the trail to Salt Lake City. The booklet is "a table of distances showing all the springs, creeks, rivers, hills, mountains, camping places, and all other notable places from Council Bluffs to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake; the whole route having been carefully measured by a.
The Latter-day Saints' emigrants' guide: being a table of distances, showing all the springs, creeks, rivers, hills, mountains, camping places, and all other notable places, from Council Bluffs, to the valley of the Great Salt Lake; also, the latitudes, longitudes and altitudes of the prominent points on the route, together with remarks on the.
Latter-day Saints' emigrants' guide, Statement of Responsibility: by W. Clayton Authors: Clayton, William, (Main Author) Carter, Kate B., (Added Author) Format: Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images Language: English Publication: [Salt Lake City, Utah]: Daughters of Utah Pioneers, [?].
An excerpt from William Clayton’s booklet, “The Latter-day Saints’ Emigrants’ Guide,” of 0 William Clayton accompanied Brigham Young in the first wagons to reach Salt Lake inmaking detailed notes about the route for those to follow.
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The Latter-Day Saints' Emigrants' Guide: Being a Table of Distances from Council Bluffs to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake Clayton, William Published by Patrice Pr (). Clayton's Guide, Clayton's Emigrant Guide, or as when published The Latter-Day Saints' Emigrants' Guide published by Missouri Republican Steam Power Press, Chambers & Knapp, and written by William Clayton, was one of a number of very popular guidebooks written to support the westward expansion of the United States in the mid-nineteenth century when organized emigrant wagon trains.
The Latter-Day Saints' Emigrants' Guide; Being a Table of Distances, Showing All the Springs, Creeks by Clayton William (Trade Paper). For the beginning to intermediate prepper, the two books combined could put you off to a very good start. Download the LDS Preparedness Manual.
If you go through the Latter Day Saints book website to download the manual, they’ll make you give them your email address. Titled The Latter-day Saints’ Emigrants’ Guide, the book was an instant success, with an initial printing of 5, copies.
Besides being helpful to Latter-day Saint pioneers, the book was used by many non-LDS travelers, and portions were copied in subsequent trail guidebooks.
Latter-day Saints' emigrants' guide, from Council Bluffs to the valley of the Great Salt Lake. Fairfield, Wash., Ye Galleon Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Clayton, William, Latter-day Saints' emigrants' guide, from Council Bluffs to the valley of the Great Salt Lake.
Fairfield, Wash., Ye Galleon Press, (OCoLC) The Latter-day Saints' emigrants' guide, being a table of distances, showing all the springs, creeks, rivers, hills, mountains, camping places, and all other notable places, from Council Bluffs, to the valley of the Great Salt Lake.
Also, the latitudes, longitudes, and altitudes of the prominent points on the route. The emigrants' guide to Oregon and California. Statement of Responsibility: by Lansford W. Hastings Authors: Hastings, Lansford W.
(Main Author) Format: Books/Monographs/Book on Fiche Language: English Publication: A service provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. x Select a language. Deutsch. When the Saints Came Marching In: A History of the Latter-Day Saints in St.
Louis,3 describes the history of Mormons in St. Louis from the earliest days to the present. Additionally, in Appendix B, it contains an index of Early Latter Day Saints associated with St.
Louis and has a list of reference codes so that a researcher knows where to find. Smith spoke of the angel Moroni visiting him in and giving him the location of a buried book made of golden plates.
Inthe translation was published, titled The Book of Mormon. Smith allowed a select few to witness the plates before the Angel took them back.
On April 6th,he founded the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.Latter Day Saints’ emigrant’s guide.
Clayton, William. The Latter-day Saints’ emigrants’ guide: being a table of distances, showing all the springs, creeks, rivers, hills, mountains, camping places, and all other notable places, from Council Bluffs, to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake.The following books and Internet sites also good places to find trail maps, histories, and other information: Mormon Trail Wiki page emphasizing strategies and records for finding immigrant ancestors, and connecting migration pathways.
Historical Atlas of Mormonism cited fully in Latter-day Saint Colonization. Kimball, Stanley B. Discovering Mormons Trails: New York to California, –