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Brief account of Bigler's conversion in Far West, Missouri; exodus to Nauvoo, Illinois, 1839; exodus from Nauvoo to Winter Quarters, Nebraska, 1846; activities in Pottawattamie County, Iowa, until 1852; travel to Salt Lake Valley in Gardner Company, 1852; and subsequent life in Nephi, Utah. Bigler notes his association with Joseph Smith; mission to England, 1861-1863; service as Juab Stake president; and activities as member of Utah Territorial legislature. He also notes transporting Egyptian mummies from Quincy, Illinois, to Nauvoo. Typescript of Bigler's 1839 patriarchal blessing given by Isaac Morley and Joseph Smith Sr. at Far West, Missouri, is also included.