While living as a non-member in St. Louis in 1859, Nathaniel heard of the gold rush in Colorado and headed for the gold fields. Where did he end his trip, eventually joining the Church?
a. Winter Quarters
c. Far West
d. Salt Lake City
D A section of the rope he was dragged with
From the life of James Godfrey: He filled a short mission to the Northwestern States in the spring of 1881, and returned home on account of ill health in 1882. While on this mission, he and his missionary companions hired a hall at Montecello, Minnesota, to hold meetings in. While the Elders were preaching they were attacked by a mob who threw a rope on Elder Godfrey and dragged him quite a distance; but fortunately the rope broke, and Elder Godfrey escaped unhurt. He brought a piece of the rope, nine feet long, away with him as a souvenir.
Jenson, Andrew, LDS Biographical Encyclopedia (Salt Lake City: Andrew Jensen History Company, 1914), 2: 468-469.