Thursday, August 29, 2019

The Hawaiian Government Offer to the Hawaiian Utah Saints

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In 1890, what did Hawaiian Government officials offered those that moved to Utah?
a.                  Money to move back
b.                  Land in Hawaii to induce them to move back
c.                   Free lifetime ship passage back to Hawaii
d.                  All-you-can-eat pineapple
Yesterday’s answer:
C   Recovery of unpaid wages
On February 6, 1819, Joseph Smith testified as a witness in Smith v. Hurlbut—a suit brought by his father, Joseph Smith Sr., and older brother Alvin Smith to recover damages for unpaid services rendered to a neighbor in Palmyra, New York, and to return a span of lame horses.
Joseph I. Bentley, “Road to Martyrdom-Joseph Smith’s Lake Legal Cases,” BYU Studies, Vol. 55, No. 2, Note 1, 9.

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