"Arrived," Semi-Weekly Telegraph, 25 Oct. 1866, 2.
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- Abner Lowry Company (1866)
ARRIVED.—Yesterday evening, Captain [Abner] Lowry's expected train arrived. The company found very acceptable accommodations provided for them within the Immigrant yards, rear of Tithing Office.
The company consisted chiefly of Swedes and Danes. Were ten weeks out from Wyoming. Quite a number of persons died on the journey, and a good number of cattle perished. Had severe weather all the way from Laramie: two feet of snow on the Summit, Friday night.
Most of the company were on their winding way to find and make homes in Sanpete, before dark last evening.