Monthly Archives: September 2015

Mary B. Crandal

Mary B. Crandal June 11, 1856, the wind came up and the dust blew so fiercely that the travelers could scarcely see one another. Mary said, “It looked like the imps of darkness had come to stop us from going.” … Continue reading

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Little James Nathaniel

Little James Nathaniel Wednesday August 31, 1853, Israel Barlow stood in a small cemetery in the village of Nauvoo, Illinois. In his heart he carried the request of his grieving wife that he find the grave of their firstborn son … Continue reading

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Isaac Leany’s Miracle

Isaac Leany’s Miracle A volley of bullets smashed into Isaac Leany’s gun shattering the stock in his hands and tearing away the trigger guard. Isaac realized that if he stayed where he was it was certain death. Isaac and others … Continue reading

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