Autobiography, diary, correspondence, genealogies, patriarchal blessings, certificates, and miscellaneous items. Smith was the president of the Scandinavian Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1862 to 1864 and an early settler in Salt Lake City and in Parowan, Utah and in Snowflake, Arizona.; Biographical History; Jesse N. Smith collection; Jesse N. Smith correspondence; Jesse N. Smith autobiography and correspondence; Jesse N. Smith journal excerpts; Jesse N. Smith journal excerpt; Jesse N. Smith journal excerpt; Jesse N. Smith journal excerpt; Jesse N. Smith journal excerpt; Jesse N. Smith genealogy and blessings; Jesse N. Smith genealogy of fathers; Jesse N. Smith marriage proclamation to Augusta Maria Outzen; The Jesse N. Smith Family in Pictures; Jesse N. Smith father's blessing by Isaac Morley; Jesse N. Smith patriarchal blessing by Silas S. Smith; Jesse N. Smith certificates, mementos and miscellany; Jesse N. Smith certificate appointment to notary public for Apache County, Arizona; Jesse N. Smith water rights arbitrator appointment; Jesse N. Smith receipts; Snowflake Stake blank recommend to Salt Lake Temple dedication; Jesse N. Smith permission slip for water rights; U.S. Department of Interior circular on timber culture laws; Heber J. Grant missionary calling card; Jesse N. Smith calling card; Jesse N. Smith family organization centennial and reunion materials; Jesse N. Smith certification of his mark and brand in Arizona; Silas D. Smith list of early pioneers in Snowflake, Arizona; Apache Chief newspaper article on driving the Mormons from Apache County, Arizona; Margaret Cooper West testimony of conversion to principles of polygamy; Jesse N. Smith family correspondence; Emma Larson letter to Emma Seraphine West; Emma Larson letter to Dear Sadie; Emma Larson letter to Emma Seraphine West; Emmeline B. Wells letter to President-Relief Society, Snowflake Stake; John W. Smith letter to My Dear Sister Sadie; Della F. Smith original song composition; Mary Aikens Smith character sketch; Has been published under the title Six Decades in the Early West: The Journal of Jesse Nathaniel Smith by Oliver R. Smith, editor. Salt Lake City: Publishers Press, 1970. Bound typescript. Formerly MSS 1104. Holograph original in LDS Church Historical Department Archives. Includes copies of correspondence from Heber J. Grant, Joseph F. Smith and Matthias F. Cowley on pages 561-564; Excerpt regarding a special fast for the purpose of relieving the Arizona saints from certain of their enemies. May 18, 1884. See also page 349 of Autobiography. Formerly MSS 1103. (Two items: one typewritten and one handwritten typescript); Grandfather's Last Words copied by Daphne Decker, handwritten transcript.; Missionary Diary excerpt recorded at a celebration of Aunt Augusta's Birthday by one of Jesse N. Smith's children, handwritten transcript.; Page proofs of third edition of the Autobiography, Appendix A, 461-466.; A selection of photographs published in the third edition of the Autobiography, 1970.
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