1858 June 3 Letter to Aaron Johnson

Title

1858 June 3 Letter to Aaron Johnson

Description

A request to provide provisions to traveling Indians.

Type

Correspondence
Indian Affairs

Sender

Brigham Young

Recipient

Aaron Johnson

Date

1858 June 3

Location

Provo City

Subject

Indian Affairs
Tithing
Bishops

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Provo June 3th 1858
Bishop Aaron Johnson,
Dear Brother:--
Petetenete, Sanpitch, White-eye, and Tabby and their Bands are on their way to the mouth of Spanish Fork Kanyon, and will probably stop at your place to night. You will please to select a place where they can have grass and not infringe upon the grain and furnish them such other things as you can in the way of beef, flour, &c., if you have any belonging to the church, as they may need.
I remain as ever, Your Brother in the Gospel

(signed) Brigham Young.
P. S. You will render the account of what you furnish to this office.

Item sets

Provo June 3th 1858

Bishop Aaron Johnson,

Dear Brother:--
Petetenete, Sanpitch, White-eye, and Tabby and their Bands are on their way to the mouth of Spanish Fork Kanyon, and will probably stop at your place to night. You will please to select a place where they can have grass and not infringe upon the grain and furnish them such other things as you can in the way of beef, flour, &c., if you have any belonging to the church, as they may need.

I remain as ever, Your Brother in the Gospel

(signed) Brigham Young.

P. S. You will render the account of what you furnish to this office.