Joseph Smith's brother Samuel departed on one of the first missions for the Church, traveling into Ontario, Monroe, and Livingston counties in New York.
While traveling to Colesville, New York, from Harmony, Pennsylvania, Joseph Smith and his company were miraculously delivered from their enemies, who were blinded and unable to identify them.
Joseph Smith and his party arrived in Independence from Kirtland, Ohio, after being shown in vision where the temple at Independence and the city of Zion would be located.
Joseph Smith and ten other elders left in canoes on the Missouri River for Kirtland, Ohio.
Joseph Smith and his company arrived in Kirtland from Independence, Missouri.
Joseph Smith and Sidney Rigdon traveled from Hiram to Kirtland, Ohio, in order to follow the instructions in Doctrine and Covenants 71, a revelation about their duty to proclaim the gospel.
Joseph Smith and Sidney Rigdon preached in various towns as they traveled through northern Ohio.
Joseph Smith and several brethren went from Hiram to Warren, Ohio, on their way to Jackson County, Missouri.
Joseph Smith traveled from Warren to Wellsville, Ohio.
Joseph Smith traveled from Wellsville to Steubenville, Ohio.
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