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THE PROPOSED STATE OF DESERET43

Called from Lehi to be Bishop in Franklin, Idaho45

THE RAILROAD45

January 1, 187245

Elected to Idaho House of Representatives46

JOURNAL V 1876-187747

Continuation from my Drowned Journal47

Called to live among Zuni Indians48

Met with Navajo Chiefs49

Joseph City or St. Joseph50

Camp Obed, Little Colorado River50

Met with Lamoluna, the chief51

President of Zuni Mission51

Left Zuni Mission to avoid conflict51

Small-pox in the area57

Returned to Cache Valley for Alice and family58

JOURNAL VI 1878-188258

Began building a dam58

Goes to St. Johns to find property59

Counselor in Stake Presidency59

Wilford Woodruff in hiding because of polygamy61

A DREAM62

Overnight in January cold without protection63

First rain of season66

Desires President Smith to be executor of estate66

Jeremiah working for railroad67

Attend political convention in Snowflake67

Fifty-fifth birthday68

Gives directions for building a fort69

Worked on Taylor Dam—two mules drowned71

JOURNAL VII 1882-188471

BOOK WOODRUFF JOURNAL71

Brother Nathan Robinson killed by Indians72

Armed Mexican mob attacks73

Poem dedicated to L. H. Hatch74

Received railroad passes to Conference77

Not well received in Silver City, New Mexico78

Wrote for railroad passes79

Received railroad passes79

Goes to Salt Lake City and Cache Valley82

JOURNAL VIII 188482

ESCAPE FROM ANTI POLOGAMY PERSECUTION82

WOODRUFF, APACHE CO.82

ARIZONA TERRITORY, 188582

Trip to Salt Lake City, January 188583

1885  in Cache Valley84

General conference, 4, 5, 6, April 188585

Left for Arizona86

JOURNAL IX 1890-190086

Organized School of Theology at Woodruff89

CHRISTMAS90

And again—the Woodruff Dam!90

GOOD NEWS--$1,500 appropriation for dam91

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