LDS History, August 28, 1835

-- August 28, 1835
[Joseph Smith] Kirtland, Ohio. Joseph Smith preached to the Saints on the duty of wives. (1)

-- August 31, 1835
[Joseph Smith] Kirtland, Ohio. Joseph Smith wrote a letter to Hezekiah Peck and others in Missouri. (1)

-- During 1835 August
[Joseph Smith] ca. 10-23 Traveled from Kirtland to Michigan to visit Latter-day Saints. (2)

-- September 1, 1835
[Joseph Smith] Kirtland, Ohio. Joseph Smith wrote an extensive letter to the elders in Missouri, explaining his actions and motives in settling the Saints there. (1)

-- September 2, 1835
[Joseph Smith] New Portage, Ohio. Joseph Smith traveled from Kirtland, Ohio, to New Portage to attend a Church conference and remained there until September 8. (1)

-- September 14, 1835
[Joseph Smith] Kirtland, Ohio. Under Joseph Smiths direction and in accordance with instructions in Doctrine & Covenants 25, the high council instructed Emma Smith, the Prophets wife, to prepare a new selection of sacred hymns to be printed by William W. Phelps. (1)

-- 14 Sept. 1835
[Lucy Mack Smith] The Kirtland High Council authorizes Joseph Smith Sr. $10 per week for his expenses as a patriarch and the same to Frederick G. Williams as scribe; Oliver Cowdery is appointed recorder. (3)

-- mid-Sept. 1835
[Lucy Mack Smith] The Doctrine and Covenants is published. (3)

-- 18 Sept. 1835
[Lucy Mack Smith] Solomon Jenkins Salisbury, the third child and first son of Katharine Smith Salisbury and Wilkins J. Salisbury, is born at Kirtland, Geauga County, Ohio. (3)

-- September 22, 1835
[Joseph Smith] Kirtland, Ohio. Oliver Cowdery recorded the words to multiple blessings that Joseph Smith had given. (1)

-- September 23, 1835
[Joseph Smith] Kirtland, Ohio. Joseph Smith continued to give blessings but was continually interrupted by throngs of visitors. (1)

-- September 24, 1835
[Joseph Smith] Kirtland, Ohio. Joseph Smith met with the high council and, through the voice of the Spirit, decided to petition Daniel Dunklin, the governor of Missouri to restore lands to those Saints who had been driven off. (1)

-- 26 Sept. 1835
[Lucy Mack Smith] The Twelve return from their missions. (3)

1 - BYU Studies Journal, volume 46, no. 4: A Chronology of the Life of Joseph Smith
2 - Joseph Smith Papers: Chronology for the Years 1832-1839
3 - Lucy's Book: A Critical Edition of Lucy Mack Smith's Family Memoir, Edited by Lavina Fielding Anderson, 2001, Signature Books

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