April 30, 1866 to September 23, 1866. Clark chronicles her immigration to Utah, sailing from Liverpool on the John Bright. She notes the availability and types of food, sea-sickness, and the overall heath of her family. Clark arrives in New Orleans, purchases provisions, and travels by train to Quincy, Illinois. In Quincy, she takes notice of the many jobs offered to immigrants. Clark chooses to sail up the Missouri River to Wyoming, where she joins the William Henry Chipman Company. During the last leg of the journey, her son dies, causing Clark to reflect on the comfort the Gospel offers.