A Biographical Sketch of the Life of Jonathan Crosby Written by Himself
Salt Lake City, UT
Utah Historical Society
Jonathan crosby was a prominent figure of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, being baptized in 1833 and later being appointed a president of Twelfth Quorum of the Seventy in spring 1844, only 11 years later. This publication serves as a autobioraphy of his life and his service in the Church after follwing the prophet Joseph Smith from Kirtland, to Nauvoo, and later migrating to the Salt Lake Valley. After being appointed to serve a colonizing mission in the Pacific Isalnds in 1850, he remained the rest of his life in Beaver, Utah in 1892.