1 November 1871


Sugar House Relief Society; Sugar House Ward Schoolhouse, Sugar House, Utah Territory

A white, stone building with multiple wings sequentially growing in size

Sugar House Schoolhouse before being torn down, circa October 1892. (Courtesy Church History Library.)

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Sister E R Snow Wished the Sisters to make themselves good Speakers By practising in their own meetings. thought it would be well to Choose a Subject to speak upon Said She desired to do right. [p. 44]

She was glad that the young Sisters would act as Deacons as She Felt that the Spirit of God Could not dwell in a dirty Room1 prayed the Lord to bless us. [. . .] [p. 45]

Source Note

Sugar House Ward, Sugar House Stake, Relief Society Minutes and Records (1860–1973), vol. 2 (1868–1883), pp. 44–45, CHL (LR 8754 14); Sarah Wheeler, Secretary.

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1 November 1871, Sugar House Relief Society; Sugar House Ward Schoolhouse, Sugar House, Utah Territory, The Discourses of Eliza R. Snow, accessed May 25, 2024 https://www.churchhistorianspress.org/eliza-r-snow/1870s/1871/11/1871-11-01