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From a barren desert to this scene of prosperity in just 42 years! May we continue the legacy of devotion and discipline. Happy Pioneer Day! http://bit.ly/29Z8YtB

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Brigham Young called on the Saints to assist those still on the plains on October 5, 1856, the day after learning that companies were still on the trail. Take a look at what a typical rescue wagon carried: http://bit.ly/29QbZwm
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About 70,000 Mormon pioneers migrated west between 1846 and 1868. Did you know that only about 3,000 of them used handcarts? Get more facts and stories here. http://bit.ly/2a3Bzh9

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Speaking to the Relief Society on April 28, 1842, Joseph Smith taught, “This is a charitable Society, and according to your natures; it is natural for females to have feelings of charity and benevolence. You are now placed in a situation in which you can act according to those sympathies which God has planted.” http://bit.ly/29PYNqX
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In early 1854, a group of women in Salt Lake City organized a “Socity of females for the purpose of making clothing for Indian women and Children.” This ledger documents the clothing and other items made and donated by local Relief Societies to American Indian women and children. Read more: http://bit.ly/29O8FRB
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Is already said...written. n will be in the book of LIFE......TRUSTWORTHY
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For a decade leading up to the reinstatement of the Relief Society in 1867, the women of Utah territory gained unity and satisfaction as they served destitute pioneers. Read about how the rescue effort of 1856 spurred the reestablishment of the organization. http://bit.ly/29To0SP

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Ellen Lunt recorded the minutes of the Cedar City, Utah, Relief Society from 1856 to 1875. Take a look! http://bit.ly/2a2tpqv

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The Salt Lake City Fourteenth Ward Relief Society left a tangible record of its members in an album quilt produced in 1857. Learn more about the efforts of this Relief Society: http://bit.ly/29JDZyN
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When Willliam W. Phelps, one of the presidents of the Missouri high council, was instructed to travel to Kirtland in June 1834 to receive an "endowment of power" in the House of the Lord, he faithfully obeyed. His wife, Sally Waterman Phelps, remained behind in Missouri with six of her children. William was gone for a year and Sally managed the affairs of the Phelps household. Joseph Smith wrote a letter to her on 20 July 1835 "to strengthen her in the absence of her most worthy companion." Read the full letter here: http://bit.ly/29EVJLi
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After instructing sisters of the Relief Society on 28 April 1842, Joseph Smith promised them that “If you live up to these principles, how great and glorious will be your reward in the celestial kingdom! If you live up to your privileges, the angels cannot be restrained from being your associates.” Read more from this sermon: http://bit.ly/29PYNqX
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Are you running out of fun summer activities to do with your kids? Surely time travel will pique their interest! Come to the Church History Museum on Tuesday, July 12, anytime from 10 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., and get transported back in time with 19th century activities. http://bit.ly/1YdcMtQ
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This Hawaiian symbol of royal birthright was given to Joseph F. Smith. #LDS #history http://bit.ly/29vPuLY
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