What did Levi Hancock prophesy to his wife would happen as they were being pushed out of Missouri?
a. That the folks of Missouri would soon receive the same punishment they were heaping on the Saints
b. That she would miraculously be provided with a new pair of shoes
c. That they would eventually face the same treatment in Illinois
d. That the day would come that they would never be persecuted again
a. An egg
Our food was plain but wholesome. We had milk, homemade bread, vegetables, dried fruit, and meat. Our home-cured hams were tops. We also had a barrel of corned beef and a good root cellar for potatoes, apples, vegetables, and so on. We children had little or no spending money. Sometimes we were given an egg to buy candy at the store. In the summer we sent to the molasses mill and got skimming’s to make candy, and occasionally we made honey candy.
Lesson Committee, Chronicles of Courage (Salt Lake City: Utah Printing Company, 1995), 6:169.