Who suggested to Magdalena Schneider Rieser that she leave the town she was living in when it was discovered she was studying with the Elders from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints?
a. The mayor
b. Her minister
c. Her parents
d. The elders
C Cracked his whip at them
Annie Kershaw remembered that in 1865, she and a group of children found a grove of “potawatomi plum” trees and stopped to feast on their find. They were about a mile behind the company when the company captain, William Willis, rode back on his horse. Willis then drove the children ahead of him, cracking his “black snake whip at us, and I tell you we never strayed behind again.”
Violence and Disruptive Behavior on the Difficult Trail to Utah, 1847-1868, David L. Clark (BYU Studies, Vol. 53, Number 4, 2014), 98.