Louis, of May 9th, , the following notice appears: 'The steamer Atlantic arrived yesterday morning from New Orleans, having on board two hundred and forty "Mormon" emigrants.
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This company sailed from Liverpool on the ship Olympus. Louis, while others continued the journey to the Bluffs [ … ] 6. Louis, Missouri 50 of the nonmember passengers had been converted and baptized. At St. Louis, Missouri the company split up. Some sought work there. Thomas Tanner and family stayed in St. Louis Missouri until , working to acquire funds for the remainder of the journey to Salt Lake City, Utah. They were both buried in the St. Louis cemetery, America. Insert: Both Parents previously deceased. Then up the Mississippi River, arriving at St.
Louis, Missouri, on December 4, Shortly after arriving in St. Louis Ann's brother William and his son Thomas died from Typhus in Ann's brother Thomas also took ill and died in During that time Ann met a widower names Thomas Tanner who had lost his wife to the same disease. We brought with us from St Louis in the team purchased for us, my wife Ann, brother William Newman's widow, Sister Newman, her two sons William and Stephan, her daughter Sarah Ann, Lucy Frances, a sister who emigrated from England with them and who also remained in the family until her death in Salt Lake City.
Our team was pretty well filled and heavy laden and caused us much annoyance and ill convenience - It was a very trying lesson of experiment to my own family, but a kind providence brought us through, as is a saying, it was by the skin of the teeth. Sister Westall, a widow, remained in Council Bluffs with her daughter, a wife of George Canning, a tailor by trade from the town of Newbury. They were living in Council Bluffs. We traveled across the plains in Cladious Spencer's train of about 40 wagons. Since that time we have continued in Tooele City up to the present date Went on to Kanesville, Iowa present day Council Bluffs.
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They crossed the Missouri River on June 3. Traveling with Claudius V. We steamed up to St. We camped in Keokuk on the hill 6 weeks. Our tent was near a clump of trees—[ … ]. We spent an enjoyable time—After going into the woods nearby, shooting game birds, and it furnished us many a game dinner.
Spencer was camped with several wagons awaiting our arrival. We organized the first night; Claudius V. Arthur Clerk.
Next morning we started for Salt Lake City, sometimes stuck and mending and repairing breakdowns. I drove a wagon across with 2 yoke of steers and they were beauties. My wagon contained the provisions for our outfit. We met many adventures killing buffalo and had one stampede. May 26th , fourteen wagons started on the journey West with father, and joined Claudius V. Early start. Pleasant weather. Drove to and camped at Sugar Creek. Spencer Co.
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My wife Ann Newman gave birth to her first son, Valison, September the 17th, With my wife Ann, we received our endowments in Salt Lake City in the fall of I was ordained a High Priest by President Wm. Most of its towns lie in a broad valley between the mineral- rich Oquirrh Mountains on the eastern border and the Onaqui and Stansbury mountains to the west. The Mormons herded livestock in Tooele Valley before permanent settlement began in The early settlers farmed, built gristmills and sawmills, and manufactured salt, charcoal, lime, adobe bricks, and woolen products.
Large sheep and cattle herds were developed, and hay and grain became important crops. But mining and smelting, not agriculture, led the county's growth from the s to World War II. More than mining claims were located during the first year. Of the mining towns founded in Tooele County, Ophir and Mercur became the most important. Ophir boomed in the s with an estimated population of 6, and mines that produced millions of dollars in silver, lead, zinc, and gold. Mercur endured several boom and bust cycles as well as two major fires; with a population estimated as high as 10, it flirted briefly with the idea of taking the county seat from Tooele City.
The guiding force for permanent settlement in was Ezra Taft Benson, who had two groups in his employ, one caring for his livestock, the other instructed to build a sawmill and gristmill on Big Creek Settlement Canyon. When Tooele was incorporated on 19 June the city covered nine square miles. To the west, grazing on Tooele's western desert provides winter forage for thousands of sheep and cattle.
Author Unknown Your tombstone stands neglected and alone. The name and date are chiseled out on polished, marbled stone. It reaches out to all who care. It is too late to mourn. You did not know that I exist. You died and I was born. Yet each of us are cells of you in flesh, in blood, in bone.
Our heart contracts and beats a pulse entirely not our own. Dear Ancestor, the place you filled so many years ago. Spreads out among the ones you left who would have loved you so. I wonder as you lived and loved, I wonder if you knew That someday I would find this spot and come to visit you. The universe is fairly old. Scientists estimate that the Big Bang most likely took place about 14 billion years ago.
Before us, there was the nebula: a swirling mass of gas and dust. This was the birth of our solar system. The baby star grew into our sun, and the debris and dust left over from the nebula collapse became our planets. Scientists know that this happened from observing the growth of other solar systems, but we still have work to do to determine exactly what processes occurred to take us from dust to planets. The planets likely grew out of a violent series of impacts.
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Particles of dust left over from the nebula collapse were drawn into the orbit of the newly-formed sun. Here, they repeatedly smashed into one another, each time fusing to become a larger object, until they eventually grew into asteroids, moons or planets. But to be sure of what happened in those early millennia of the solar system, we need to see it first-hand.
We may not have been there 4. Using the advanced facilities in Oxfordshire, scientists are studying the microscale reactions that occur when particles of powder collide. These particles of powder are chemically and structurally very similar to the intersolar dust that went on to form planets.
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