In a letter sent from Missouri Governor Dunklin to the Church in 1833, he stated that the Saints had a right to do what?
a. Religious freedom
b. To move to another state, but just get out of his
c. To resided in the newly appointed counties designated for the Mormons
d. To worship Joe Smith if he were God himself
A. Air travel
In reference to the Taylor Stake in Alberta: Visits of General Authorities have always been a great comfort to the Stake. On one occasion, in the first Stake building, Apostle John W. Taylor said, “The Lord expects you who are homesick and want to go back to Utah, to remain here and make this your home. Some of your will live to see the day when you can eat your breakfast in Raymond, your dinner in Salt Lake City and return home to do your chores in the evening.”
A History of the Mormon Church in Canada (Lethbridge, Alberta: The Lethbridge Herald Co., 1968), 103.