St. George Tabernacle


St. George Tabernacle
18 S Main Street


Mar 30 2019


7:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Event is Free and Open to the Public

Life of Jacob Hamblin at the Tabernacle

Elder Kent Mangelson, presently serving as a Historic Site missionary, will speak on the amazing history of this local pioneer whose actions and influence touched the lives of many. Elder Mangelson is Utah born and raised but has lived in many US states with a career as a seminar and convention presenter on business related topics. He has also been invited to speak on numerous occasions on the topic of “Independence Forever” and “The Four Step to Save America”. His interest in Jacob Hamblin is in his genes as he is the great-great grandson of James A. Little who wrote “Jacob Hamblin, a Narrative of His Personal Experience, as a Frontiersman, Missionary to the Indians and Explorer”. Come listen, and learn what you didn’t know about Jacob Hamblin.

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