Knight, Celestial Roberts, [Interview], in Library of Congress, Collection of Mormon diaries [1935-1938], reel 12, item 27, 1-2.
12.-----John Murdock and a man named [Byron] Warner.
13.-----Mule teams and horse teams. They could see Indians ahead and in the distance, and Captain Murdock counseled them to drive out around the Railroad camps and do not stop day or night till they got out of the way of the camps and thus they would avoid the rough element that is generally found around the Railroad camps as well as the Indians which might be hanging around them. No one was to walk. The Scandinavian were great for walking and was for them more than for any of the others, as there to be no body away from the wagons. Sometimes women would way lay them and beg them to come to the camp and get warm or get some food. But they never did. They reached Salt Lake City August 28, 1868.