Monthly Archives: March 2015

The Cyclone of 78

The Cyclone of ‘78 June 1878, all was quiet and peaceful until suddenly from nowhere a tornado swept down on the unsuspecting village of Richmond, Missouri. It ripped through the community with a devastating swathe destroying one-third of the City. … Continue reading

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John Hawley 1839

John Hawley 1839 One cold February day, Wandle Mace and others discovered a group of people stranded on the west bank of the Mississippi River. They were exiles running for their lives. They had to get out of the state … Continue reading

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The Visiting Teacher

The Visiting Teacher In commemoration of the organization of the Relief Society March 17, 1842, I would like to share a story. The year was 1973 and Susan was living in a cabin on a dirt road in the San … Continue reading

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