Wilford Woodruff’s Account of the Salt Lake Temple Dedication (1893)

Wilford Woodruff began writing a daily journal shortly after joining the Church in 1833 and continued writing until his death in 1898. The resulting 31 volumes constitute one of the most significant records of the history of the Church. This entry, April 6, 1893, is the date he dedicated the Salt Lake Temple. Temple work was an important part of Wilford Woodruff’s service as President of the Church.