LDS History, June 21, 1834

-- June 21, 1834
[Joseph Smith] Fishing River, Missouri. While encamped on the Fishing River, three men from Ray County visited Joseph Smith and the brethren of Zions Camp and became their allies after hearing about their afflictions firsthand. (1)

-- June 22, 1834
[Joseph Smith] Fishing River, Missouri. While on the Zions Camp march, Joseph Smith received Doctrine & Covenants 105, a revelation concerning the delay in the redemption of Zion in Jackson County. (1)

-- 1834 June 22
[Joseph Smith] Zion's Camp is disbanded. J. Whitmer, 72n4. (2)

-- June 22, 1834
[Revelations] Fishing River, Clay County, Missouri. Doctrine and Covenants 105. Church has been disobedient, not united. Selfish members. Postpone redemption of Zion. Keep revelations to yourselves, don't brag or swagger. Purchase lands in Jackson county. Seek peace with neighbors until a large army is raised. Joseph to choose first elders to receive endowment of power from on high.
Kirtland Revelations Book, 97-100, heading: Clay County, Missouri, June 22, 1834.
Not published in 1835 Doctrine and Covenants, first published in the 1844 edition. (3)

-- 1834 June 23
[Joseph Smith] Clay county. 15 are selected for Kirtland endowment. Minutes of June 23, 1834 (2)

-- June 24, 1834
[Joseph Smith] Rush Creek, Missouri. Joseph Smith and many of the Zions Camp marchers were taken sick with an outburst of cholera in the camp. (1)

-- 1834 June 25
[Joseph Smith] Joseph writes Col. Thornton, and attorneys Doniphan and Atchison, "to quiet the prejudices and fears of some part of the citizens of this county, we have concluded that our company shall be immediately dispersed, and continue so. till every effort for an adjustment of differences between us and the people of Jackson has been made [506] on our part, that would in any wise be required of us by disinterested men of republican principle." , 505-506
HC 2:114115. (2)

-- June 26, 1834
[Joseph Smith] Rush Creek, Missouri. Zions Camp was disbursed, and Joseph Smith left with David Whitmer and two other brethren for the western part of Clay County. The first deaths from the cholera outbreak occurred. (1)

-- 1834 June 26
[Joseph Smith] Cholera strikes early in the morning and continues four days. Sixty-eight are stricken, of which thirteen or fourteen die. Heber's Accounts of Zion's Camp (2)

-- 1834 June 30
[Wilford Woodruff] Zion's Camp disbanded in Clay County, Missouri (4)

-- 1834 late July
[Joseph Smith] Returned to Kirtland from expedition to Missouri. (5)

-- 1834 July
[Joseph Smith] Early in the month, on the Prophet's orders, Lyman Wight disbands Zion's Camp. (2)

[Joseph Smith] The high council in Zion issues a public appeal for assistance, warning if this violation of the constitutions prevails, no one will be safe from religious persecution. July 1834 Appeal (2)

1 - BYU Studies Journal, volume 46, no. 4: A Chronology of the Life of Joseph Smith
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4 - Wilford Woodruff's Journals 1833-1898: Typescript Edited by Scott G. Kenney, Signature Books, Midvale, Utah. Chronology
5 - Joseph Smith Papers: Chronology for the Years 1832-1839

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