On This Day

April 24, 1832

Independence, Missouri—
Joseph Smith arrived in Independence after traveling first by steamboat and then an additional 300 miles by stagecoach.
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April 24, 1837

Geauga County, Ohio—
Martindale v. Smith: Plaintiff by his attorney Hitchcock filed his declaration with Geauga Court of Common Pleas clerk D. D. Aiken. The declaration stated the indebtedness: $5,000 on October 11, 1836; $6,000 on February 20, 1837; $7,500 on April 25, 1837.

April 24, 1842

Nauvoo, Illinois—
Joseph Smith preached on the hill near the Nauvoo Temple concerning the building of the temple.

April 24, 1843

Nauvoo, Illinois—
Joseph Smith took his children on a pleasure ride in a carriage.

On This Day—Expanded

Spring 1820

Manchester, New York—
God the Father and Jesus Christ appeared to the fourteen-year-old Joseph Smith in answer to his prayer.

Spring 1829

Harmony, Pennsylvania—
Joseph Smith received Doctrine and Covenants 10, a revelation about the designs of wicked men who had made alterations to the 116 lost manuscript pages. Parts of this revelation may have been received as early as summer 1828.

April 21 to about May 10, 1829

Harmony, Pennsylvania—
Joseph Smith continued dictating the translation of the Book of Mormon to Oliver Cowdery.
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April 24, 1832

Independence, Missouri—
Joseph Smith arrived in Independence after traveling first by steamboat and then an additional 300 miles by stagecoach.
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April 24, 1837

Geauga County, Ohio—
Martindale v. Smith: Plaintiff by his attorney Hitchcock filed his declaration with Geauga Court of Common Pleas clerk D. D. Aiken. The declaration stated the indebtedness: $5,000 on October 11, 1836; $6,000 on February 20, 1837; $7,500 on April 25, 1837.

April 24, 1842

Nauvoo, Illinois—
Joseph Smith preached on the hill near the Nauvoo Temple concerning the building of the temple.

April 24, 1843

Nauvoo, Illinois—
Joseph Smith took his children on a pleasure ride in a carriage.

April 1845

Unknown location—
Reid v. Smith: Payment in case of charge of riot and treason by the state of Illinois.
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