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This task was made even more difficult due to the unhealthy nature of the island, and with problems getting an adequate supply of rations. These conditions caused many complaints, sickness, and even death amongst the soldiers there. Private Steen became the 15th's youngest Corporal Korporal when he was promoted to that rank in July Steen later claimed to be the youngest Corporal in the U.

Army at that time. The latter half of this forced march was led by U. Major General Don Carlos Buell, and the last 2 weeks were made on half rations and with very little drinking water. While this was the first big battle for the 15th, it emerged without any fatalities.

There the 15th captured a brass cannon. Corporal Steen then fought at the long, cold, wet, and bloody Battle of Stones River, TN, which some called the Battle of Murfreesboro, on December , , and into early January It is there that the 15th first suffered serious battle casualties, and was cited for bravery. Buslett's history of the 15th tells this about Corporal Steen and his comrades.

Otto, along with the rest of the company, lost his backpack with his blanket, etc A cold rain began and poured down the entire night, and kept up for two nights and a day They had no tents, no fires, and very little to eat. The 15th camped in the Murfreesboro area for the next 6 months, except for 2 weeks in February when it was sent to Franklin, TN. Starting June 23, , the regiment took part in the Tullahoma campaign led by U. Major General William S.


There Otto developed a boil under his right arm. During the march the boil became infected and he was reduced to riding in a horse-drawn baggage wagon. Nevertheless, Corporal Steen is believed to have been present at the daring early morning crossing of the Tennessee River on August 28th, which the 15th led. And Corporal Steen forced himself to rejoin his company just before it went into the September , , fighting at Chickamauga, GA the second bloodiest battle of the Civil War.

Buslett includes this about Otto's experiences during the vicious fighting around Viniard's Farm on the first afternoon.


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He started for the rear then, but hadn't gotten very far before a cannon ball plowed up the ground right next to him and buried him in a shower of earth. The terrible excitement of this, along with his illness, resulted in him losing consciousness for a while.

Corporal Steen survived the first day, as well as the near capture of the regiment around midday on the 20th during what is now called Longstreet's Breakthrough. The Book of Mormon was translated into Danish in as the first language other than English ; this formed a basis for the early missionary work in Norway, as the Bible and the Book of Mormon was used together in preaching. Membership grew rapidly after these branches were organized, and new congregations were organized in major cities along the coast over the next 2—3 years.

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Controversy arose among Norwegian theologians as to whether Mormons should be viewed as Christians; in November , the Supreme Court of Norway ruled that Norway's Dissenter Law of , which protected the rights of Christian groups outside the established Church of Norway , did not apply to Mormons, and eleven Mormon preachers were jailed.

There are currently no temples within Norway itself, so members use those in the neighbouring countries. Norway's two stakes are both within the Stockholm Temple district. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Mormonism in Norway Book of Mormon in Norwegian, translated Encyclopedia of Mormonism, New York: Macmillan, p. The path passes under the power lines and goes around the pond to the right just before you arrive.

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