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23 July 1879


Georgetown Primary; Georgetown, Idaho Territory

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Pres. Snow told the sisters not to set their hearts on perishable things, but to co-operate in the things of God and assist the brethern in establishing the Kingdom of God. Spoke of the labors of mothers in rearing their children. Told us to perfect ourselvese, and finish our home mission before leaving this [p. 51] world; to cherish good feelings one for another. Told of a happy vision she once had and how she was benefitted by it. She advised the sisters to seek after the things of God, and to put forth their hands in doing good. Spoke of home manufacture.

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Source Note

Georgetown Ward, Montpelier Stake, Primary Association Minutes and Records (1879–1963), vol. 2 (1879–1888), pp. 51–52, CHL (LR 3160 18).

See also Georgetown Ward, Montpelier Stake, Primary Association Minutes and Records (1879–1963), vol. 2 (1879–1888), p. 7, CHL (LR 3160 18); “Home Affairs,” Woman’s Exponent 8, no. 5 (1 Aug. 1879): 36; “Home Affairs,” Woman’s Exponent 8, no. 8 (15 Sept. 1879): 61; and “Women Workers,” Deseret Evening News 28, no. 27 (6 Aug. 1879): 425.