Utah State Historical Society
Annotations to Hosea Stout diary, 1844-1848 prepared for planned publication of the diary by the Huntington Library
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
This collection contains letters written to and from Hosea Stout. Also includes photographs of family members, places, and formal portraits
Utah State Historical Society
Includes letters by Hosea Stout (7), Allen J. Stout (10), John and Sarah Capps (1), Daniel B. Capps (6), Thomas Smith (1), John and Lydia Larkey (2), Willard Richards (1), Brigham Young (1)
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Collection consists of typescripts of the journals and correspondence of Hosea Stout. This includes a photocopy of a typescript of one of Stout's journals, kept from October 4, 1844 and May 12, 1845. The bulk of the collection is typescripts of letters written to Stout. These letters span two hundred and seventy pages, greatly varying in subject matter and authorship. Amidst the letters are notes from Brigham Young, Willard Richards, the Smith family, and Abraham Lincoln, concerning a government calling Stout received in the 1860s. Furthermore, the papers contain a phonographic chart, references made to Hosea Stout in the Journal History of the Church, and a list of officers in the Nauvoo Legion
Utah State Historical Society
Photographs of the certificates in the collection. Also two drawings of the Stouts done in Nauvoo and daguerreotype portraits
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Handwritten and signed letter, dated 27 June 1844, and addressed to Col. Harmon. Stout orders Harmon to assemble the men of the Nauvoo Legion militia organization in Nauvoo, Illinois, for inspection
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
Facsimile and facsimile typescript of Hosea Stout's extensive diaries and autobiography, kept almost daily from 1844 until 1861 and again from 1869-1870. The autobiography traces Stout's early life from about 1820 until 1835. The diaries provide a narrative of Stout's life from his time in Nauvoo until his later life in Utah, including descriptions of his time in Garden Grove, the Camp of Israel, and Salt Lake City. Early entries focus on mob violence against Mormons in Illinois, the arrest of John C. Elliott for the death of Joseph Smith, Stout's service in the Nauvoo Legion, his overland travel to Utah, and encounters with Sioux, Pawnee, and Omaha Indians. His entries from Utah include detailed accounts of his work in the state legislature, his legal career and cases heard (including the trial of Howard Egan for the murder of James Monroe and of an "Indian boy indicted for murder of Cap. J.W. Gunnison and others"), and his time as Speaker of the House of Representatives. The diaries ... Read More
Utah State Historical Society
Journals, correspondence, miscellaneous papers -- Most concern Stout's involvement with the LDS church, settlement in Utah, and Territorial government
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Signed legal document from the Salt Lake County Probate Court, Utah Territory in re Edwin D. Woolley et al vs. Brigham Young et al in which Stout asked Woolley, June Heoracks' executor, to transfer Lot 3, Block 72, Plat A, Salt Lake Survey to Young's possession
Utah State Historical Society
Born in Salt Lake City, lived in Washington County and later in Hinckly