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Mormon Pioneer Trail, Historic Resource Study - Interactive ebook

Mormon Pioneer Trail, Historic Resource Study - Interactive ebook

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A great great grandson of Heber C. Kimball, historian Stanley B. Kimball, PhD was hired by the US National Park Service to write a concise yet thorough overview of the Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail. Kimball compiled a goldmine of information about the Mormon Trail and the experiences of the 70,000 people who traveled it to the Utah Territory in the 1800s. Includes maps, photos and an interactive fly out table of contents. You can also find this book online at http://www.nps.gov/history/history/online_books/mopi/hrs.htm. This work is in the public domain.

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A great great grandson of Heber C. Kimball, historian Stanley B. Kimball, PhD was hired by the US National Park Service to write a concise yet thorough overview of the Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail. Kimball compiled a goldmine of information about the Mormon Trail and the experiences of the 70,000 people who traveled it to the Utah Territory in the 1800s. Includes maps, photos and an interactive fly out table of contents. You can also find this book online at http://www.nps.gov/history/history/online_books/mopi/hrs.htm. This work is in the public domain.

• The PDF download includes an interactive table of contents and an advanced search feature

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map 15: National Trails System, 1986

Mormon Pioneer

Historic Resource Study

APPENDIX B:

DOCUMENTS

DOCUMENT 1
BILL OF PARTICULARS, 1845

BILL OF PARTICULARS

For the emigrants leaving this government next spring.
Each family consisting of five persons, to be provided with—
1 good strong wagon well covered with a
light box.
2 or 3 good yoke of oxen between the age
of 4 and 10 years.
2 or more milch cows.
1 or more good beefs.
3 sheep if they can be obtained.
1000 lbs. of flour or other bread, or bread
stuffs in good sacks.

1 good musket or rifle to each male over
the age of twelve years.
1 lb. powder.
4 lbs. lead.
1 do. Tea.
5 do. coffee.
100 do. sugar.
1 do. cayenne pepper.
2 do. black do.

1/2 lb. mustard.
10 do. rice for each family.
1 do. cinnamon.
1/2 do. cloves.
1 doz. nutmegs.
25 lbs. salt.
5 lbs. saleratus.
10 do. dried apples.
1 bush. of beans.
A few lbs. of dried beef or bacon.
5 lbs. dried peaches.
20 do. do. pumpkin.
25 do. seed grain.
1 gal. alcohol.
20 lbs. of soap each family.
4 or 5 fish hooks and lines.
15 lbs. iron and steel.
A few lbs. of wrought nails.
One or more sets of saw or grist mill irons
to company of 100 families.

1 good seine and hook for each company.
2 sets of pulley blocks and ropes to each
company for crossing rivers.
From 25 to 100 lbs. of farming and
mechanical tools.
Cooking utensils to consist of bake kettle,
frying pan. coffee pot, and tea kettle.
Tin cups, plates. knives, forks, spoons, and
pans as few as will do.
A good tent and furniture to each 2 families.
Clothing and bedding to each family, not to
exceed 500 pounds.
Ten extra teams for each company of 100
families.

N. B.—In addition to the above list, horse and mule teams can be used as well as oxen.
Many items of comfort and convenience will suggest themselves to a wise and provident
people, and can be laid, in in season; but none should start without filling the original
bill.23

Source: Nauvoo Neighbor, October 29, 1845, as cited in B.H. Roberts, A Comprehensive
History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,
vol. 1, 539-540.

DOCUMENT 2
MORMON HYMN, "COME, COME YE SAINTS"

DOCUMENT 3
ROSTER OF THE PIONEER CAMP, 1847

The personnel of the Pioneer band, was as follows. They are given as divided into companies
of "Tens";

First Ten—Wilford Woodruff, captain: John S. Fowler. Jacob D. Burnham. Orson Pratt,
Joseph Egbert. John M. Freeman. Marcus B. Thorpe. Geo. A. Smith. Geo. Wardle.

Second Ten—Ezra T. Benson, captain: Thomas B. Grover, Barbaras L. Adams. Roswell
Stevens. Amasa M. Lyman. Starling G. Driggs. Albert Carrington. Thomas Bullock, George
Brown. Willard Richards. Jesse C. Little.

Third Ten—Phineas H. Young. captain: John Y. Green, Thom as Tanner. Brigham Young.
Addison Everett, Truman 0. Angell, Lorenzo D. Young, Bryant Stringham. Joseph S.
Scofield, Albert P. Rockwood.

Fourth Ten—Luke S. Johnson. captain: John Holman, Edmund Ellsworth, Alvarus Hanks,
George R. Grant. Millen Atwood, Samuel B. Fox. Tunis Rappleyee, Harry Pierce, Win.
Kykes, Jacob Weiler.

Fifth Ten—Stephen H. Goddard, captain: Tarlton Lewis, Henry G. Sherwood, Zebedee
Coltrin, Sylvester H. Earl. John Dixon. Samuel H. Marble, George Scholes, Win. Henrie.
Win. A. Empey.

Sixth Ten—Charles Shumway, captain: Andrew Shumway, Thos. Woolsey. Chauncey
Loveland, Erastus Snow. James Craig, Win. Wordsworth, Win. Vance, Simeon Howd, Seeley
Owen.

Seventh Ten—James Case, captain: Artemas Johnson. Win. C. A. Smoot. Franklin B. Dewey,
Win. Carter, Franklin G. Losee, Burr Frost, Datus Ensign, Franklin B. Stewart. Monroe
Frink, Eric Glines. Ozro Eastman.

Eighth Ten—Seth Taft, captain: Horace Thorton. Stephen Kelsey. John S. Eldredge. Charles
D. Barnum, Alma W. Williams, Rufus Allen, Robert T. Thomas, James W. Stewart, Elijah
Newman, Levi N. Kendall, Francis Boggs. David Grant.

Ninth Ten—Howard Egan. captain: Heber C. Kimball, Win. A. King. Thomas Cloward,
Hosea Cushing. Robert Byard. George Billings. Edison Whipple. Philo Johnson. Win.
Clayton.

Tenth Ten—Appleton M. Harmon, captain; Carlos Murray, Horace K. Whitney, Orson K.
Whitney. Orrin P. Rockwell, Nathaniel T. Brown, R. Jackson Redding, John Pack, Francis
Pomeroy, Aaron Farr. Nathaniel Fairbanks.

Eleventh Ten—John S. Higbee, captain: John Wheeler, Solo mon Chamberlain. Conrad
Klineman, Joseph Rooker, Perry Fitzgerald, John H. Tippetts. James Davenport. Henson
Walker, Benjamin Rolfe.

Twelfth Ten—Norton Jacobs. captain: Charles A. Harper George Woodward, Stephen
Markham, Lewis Barney. George Mills, Andrew Gibbons, Joseph Hancock, John W. Norton.

Thirteenth Ten—John Brown, captain: Shadrach Roundy, Levi Jackman, Lyman Curtis, Hans
C. Hansen. Mathew Ivory. David Powers, Hark Lay (colored). Oscar Crosby (colored).

Fourteenth Ten—Joseph Mathews, captain: Gilbroid Summe, John Gleason. Charles Burke,
Alexander P. Chessley. Rodney Badger. Norman Taylor, Green Flake (colored). Ellis Eames,
who. it will be remembered, returned to Winter Quarters from the Pioneer camp on the 18th
of April on account of sickness.

Besides the men. there were three women and two children in the camp.

Source: B.H. Roberts, A Comprehensive History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints.

DOCUMENT 4
"THE WORD AND WILL OF THE LORD" TO BRIGHAM YOUNG, 1847

(omitted from online edition)

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