2 February 1832 to 9 July 1838. Orson Pratt and Lyman Johnson go on a mission to the Eastern States, leaving from Kirtland, Ohio. They preach in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Connecticut, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Pratt returns to Kirtland and attends a High Council meeting, discussing the Word of Wisdom. He goes on a mission to the area around Kirtland, baptizing and calling for volunteers to go with Zion's Camp. He travels with Zion's Camp and upon arriving in Missouri, Pratt is appointed as a member of the standing High Council. He travels throughout the region preaching. While in Cincinnati, Ohio, he finds out he has been called to be an apostle. After being set apart in Kirtland, Pratt serves another mission to the Eastern States. Pratt studies Hebrew in Kirtland and attends the temple dedication. While preaching in Upper Canada, he faces severe opposition from a Methodist. Orson marries Sarah M. Bates.