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November 10

1831 – The Prophet Joseph receives the revelation known as Doctrine and Covenants 69. The revelations that were to be printed as the Book of Commandments in Independence, Missouri, had been prepared and Oliver Cowdery was appointed to take the manuscript and the money that had been collected for the building up of Zion to Missouri. As he was to travel a long distance through unsettled territory, John Whitmer was called to travel with him for safety and support. Today, missionaries travel in pairs for the same reason. (History of the Church, 1:234-235)

1835 – The Prophet Joseph continued his discussions with Robert Matthias, who called himself “Joshua, the Jewish Minister,” who was staying in the Prophet’s home. After listening to him further explain his views on the resurrection, the Prophet Joseph told him “that his doctrine was of the devil, that he was in reality in possession of a wicked and depraved spirit” (History of the Church, 2:307).

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1838 – The Saints at Adam-ondi-Ahman surrender to General Moses Wilson of the Missouri militia and are ordered to leave Daviess County within ten days. They are granted permission to live in Caldwell County until spring. Permission is also given for a committee of twelve Saints to travel between Adam-ondi-Ahman and Far West for a period of four weeks to convey their crops from Daviess to Caldwell County.

1923 – The Relief Societies throughout North America receive a charge to collect and repair clothing and shoes to ease the distress of the Saints in Germany following World War I.

1966 – Italy is rededicated for the preaching of the gospel by Elder Ezra Taft Benson. It had previously been dedicated by Elder Lorenzo Snow in 1850.

1985Ezra Taft Benson is ordained and set apart as the thirteenth President of the Church, with Gordon B. Hinckley and Thomas S. Monson as Counselors.

1994 – President Howard W. Hunter attends a reception in the Relief Society Building commemorating the 125th anniversary of the Young Women organization that was founded on 28 November 1869.

2001 – Children, parents, leaders, and a few friends, gathered at the Arapahoe Colorado Stake Center to put their “Temple Pennies” for the Nauvoo Temple together and donate them to the Church. They gathered 6,000 pounds or 170 gallons of pennies for the $10,401.39 check that was delivered November 27 to Church headquarters.

2006 – A symposium was held on the campus of Brigham Young University to honor the 200th anniversary of Oliver Cowdery’s birth. Fourteen presentations were given by scholars covering various topics about his life and accomplishments.

2015 – John S. Tanner was installed as the 10th president of Brigham Young University–Hawaii.

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