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20 September 1878


Tooele Stake Primary; Tooele, Utah Territory

[. . .] Miss Snow then spoke in a very intresting maner to the children asembled teaching then [them] the princables [principles] of honisty and truthfullness and also how to pray how to have faith in god— [. . .] [p. 5] [. . .] Miss Snow talked to the children about the gift of tongues and told them if they would be perfectly still she would speake in tongues which she did and afterwards—Mrs Ziny [Zina] D Young interpreted has [as] follows—My hart is full of blessing for these dear <little> children the time is coming that many of them shall speak in tongues by the gift and power of the holy g[h]ost and when they are sent out some of then in distants lands they will remember for many of then will live untill the Savour [Savior] comes and there is not one of them but will be saved and O Father bless the lit[t]le ones with thy spirit that there hearts may be made glad [. . .] [p. 6]

Source Note

Tooele Utah Stake, Relief Society Minutes and Records (1878–1971), vol. 1 (1878–1921), pp. 5–6, CHL (LR 9215 14).

See also Tooele Ward, Tooele Stake, Relief Society Minutes and Records (1870–1913), vol. 1 (1870–1882), p. 121, CHL (LR 9216 14); and Tooele Ward, Tooele Stake, Relief Society Minutes and Records (1870–1913), vol. 1 (1870–1882), n.p. (loose sheet), CHL (LR 9216 14).