P. 254-264, Sophia Lois Goodridge Hardy diary: June 1850 to October 1850. Hardy describes day-to-day conditions of camp life, such as entertainment, eating habits, hunting, weather, church services, and the number of miles traveled. She takes special interest in the graves they pass on the trail. She describes a cholera epidemic, listing individuals who died each day. Goodridge notes their contact with Wilford Woodruff's and Orson Hyde's group. She offers a detailed description of Chimney Rock, noting that some believed it to be the work of the Nephites. Wilford Woodruff retrieves lost horses believed stolen by the Indians. Brigham Young welcomes them near the Green River. Goodridge describes their entrance into the Valley as dreary. Her journal ends with her arrival to the valley in October 1850 P. 275-286, Penelope Goodridge diary: March 6, 1860 to May 26, 1875. Goodridge records her daily interactions with other members of the area as well as mundane activities. She mentions listening to sermons by Orson Hyde and Brigham Young. Her son, George, leaves with a team to retrieve the Eastern Saints in March, 1861. In January 1869, George leaves to settle in the Nevada territory. Goodridge describes the grasshopper infestations of both August 1869 and July 1870. She mentions purchasing tea in the city. Also, she records that strangers to the valley preached to them in the Tabernacle. She witnessed the completion of the Utah Central Railroad on January 10, 1870. She later hears that Martin Harris returned to the valley in September 1870.