What was visiting teaching known as in the 1870’s?
a. Relief Society Teachers
b. Charity Visits
c. Check-up Visits
d. Lady Teachers
a. To hang the Mormons
The following from the life of early pioneer James Ririe:
“At Camp Floyd wagon covers were sold cheap. That army coming in was the greatest blessing Utah could have had at that time. The very ropes that they brought to hang the Mormons with, for they had a wagonload of rope for that purpose, were sold cheap.”
Chronicles of Courage, Lesson Committee comp., (Salt Lake City: Daughters of Utah Pioneers, 1991), 2:65.