LDS History, Jun 04, 1873

-- Jun 04, 1873
[U.S. Religious History] Charles F. Parham was born. Parham was an early leader amon charismatic Christians in America and, in 1898, he founded the Bible training school in Topeka, Kansas, where the American Pentecostal movement started in 1901. (1)

-- Jun 18, 1873
President Smith arrived in Salt Lake City. (2)

-- Jul 4, 1873
[Mormon Tabernacle Choir] The first Mormon Tabernacle concert is presented in the Tabernacle. (3)

-- Sep 8, 1873
[David O McKay] Born in Huntsville, Utah, to David McKay and Jennette Evans McKay. (4)

David O. McKay (1873-1970) b. Huntsville, UT. (5)

David O. McKay born in Huntsville, Utah. (6)

-- 1873
Church Membership at end of year: 101,538
New Converts : 3,386
Percent Change from previous year: 3.45% (7)

[Deseret] Poland Act passed in Congress making it legal to prosecute Mormon for practicing polygamy. (8)

-- During 1873-1874, Winter
United Orders movement established under direction of President Brigham Young. (5)

-- During 1873-1874
[Periodicals] Utah Posten; Local Danish-Norwegian groups (DANISH News Paper) (9)

-- May 9, 1874 - 1 September 1875
[1st Presidency Changes] Brigham Young George A. Smith Daniel H. Wells Joseph F. Smith (Counselor) John Willard Young (Assistant Counselor) George Q. Cannon (Assistant Counselor) Brigham Young, Jr. (Assistant Counselor) Lorenzo Snow (Assistant Counselor) Albert Carrington (Assistant Counselor)) Titles of all additional counselors (except Joseph F. Smith) changed from Counselor to Assistant Counselor (10)

-- May 9, 1874
[Quorum of the Twelve] George Q. Cannon set apart Assistant Counselor to President Brigham Young. Albert Carrington set apart Counselor to President Brigham Young. (11)

-- Jun 23, 1874
Poland Act became law, forcing Mormon polygamists to be tried by federal courts. (6)

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2 - Richards, Franklin Dewey and Little, James A., Compendium of the Doctrines of the Gospel, Church Chronology, Ch.66, p.306
3 - Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Newsroom,
4 - Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Teachings of Presidents of the Church: David O McKay, Salt Lake City, Utah
5 - Ludlow, Daniel H. editor, Encyclopedia of Mormonism, Macmillan Publishing, Encyclopedia of Mormonism, Vol. 4, Appendix 2: A Chronology of Church History
6 - Hemidakaota, "Church Chronology from 1800-2000,"
7 - Wikipedia, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Membership History,
8 - History to Go, Mining and Railroad,
9 - Ludlow, Daniel H. editor, Encyclopedia of Mormonism, Vol.4, Appendix 3: Church Periodicals
10 - Wikipedia, First Presidency (LDS Church),
11 - Wikipedia, Chronology of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles (LDS Church),
Mormon History Timeline /Chronology