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21 April 1882

Davis Stake Primary; Farmington Meetinghouse, Farmington, Utah Territory

Single-story, stone meetinghouse, Farmington, Utah, circa 1900

Farmington meetinghouse, Farmington, Utah, circa 1900. (Courtesy Church History Library.)

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Sr. E. R. Snow occupied a part of the time as follows She said nothing seemed so pleasant to her, as to attend the little folks meetings to hear them sing and speak their little appropriate pieces, said she was getting up some books for the children, with nice recitations in. Said she was very anxious to see the youth of Zion, grow up to be mighty. The boys to be good men <worthy> to preside over Stakes of Zion. And the girls to be so good that when sickness covers to the Earth, that they may have faith to stand, and so pure that Angels may visit and converse with you, closed praying God to add his blessings unto the children.

[. . .] [p. 16]

Source Note

Davis Stake, Primary Association Minutes and Records (1878–1915), vol. 2 (1880–1904), p. 16, CHL (LR 2160 18); Sarah E. Robinson, Secretary.

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21 April 1882, Davis Stake Primary; Farmington Meetinghouse, Farmington, Utah Territory, The Discourses of Eliza R. Snow, accessed July 21, 2024