Indian Stories

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Title Saga of the Sanpitch Vol 17
Subject Pioneers
Description Stories and poems about early Southern Utah Pioneers
Publisher Snow College
Date 1985
Type Text
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Language eng
Rights Management Snow College
Holding Institution Snow College
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Date Created 2005-03-01
Date Modified 2005-03-01
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Title Indian Stories
Description As he ceased, I looked at the great concourse and realized that they were all men, and thought it strange there were no worsen = I tried to recognize some of them but could not as I knew none. The thought came strongly into my mind, "How can I find out their names, who and what they are?" Then a voice seemed to answer in my ears, "TJhen that will be required, it will be made known," 1 felt while looking at them, "0 shall I be worthy to help them?" whereupon I found tears were rolling down my cheeks and in the humility of ray soul I shouted, "God help me!" adding aloud, "God'being my helper I will do all I can;" and it seemed as if the whole host shouted with one voice , "Amen!" I could stand it no longer, and cried aloud, while wiping my face and eyes. After I could control rayself, I looked ahead and all had gone. During al 1 this t irae, rny team were going ahead at their own gait, but I had got no nearer to the multitude. Some of t^ese men had white and some had dark clothes on. All their heads were uncovered. By the time 1 came to myself I was at the Ephraim graveyard, and was so weak that when I reached the house of a sister where I sometimes stayed, I felt too overcome to go further, but tied up my team and went into the house to rest. 1'y sincere prayer is, "Hod help me to do all I can for them!" No one could describe the pleasure and exquisite joy that filled the heart of the bishop at the heavenly manifestation given him. The sequel was yet to come. Arrived at the temple, he related his experienc to President Uells and others. It reached the ears of Brother Frank Farnsworth of St. George who was then a recorder in the temple. He went to Bishop Farnworth and told him that in searching for his own genealogies while on a foreign tour he had found many Farnwortha and although not his own kindred he had still felt the impulse to gather 123
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