175 years ago today - Jul 21, 1844 (Sunday)

Addison Pratt, departing missionary, receives endowment given on Ensign Peak, "the place being consecrated for the purpose."

Addison Pratt baptized four white men and four natives on the island of Tubuai. These natives, whose names were Nabota and his wife Telii, Pauma and Hamoe, were the first of the Polynesian race to embrace the fulness of the gospel.

[Jenson, Andrew, Church Chronology]

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