|1814 April 3
||Born at Mantua, Portage County, Ohio, to Oliver Snow and Rosetta Leonora Pettibone.
||Lorenzo Snow's mother and his sister Leonora joined the Church; met Joseph Smith at Hiram, Ohio.
||Entered Oberlin College; sister Eliza R. joined the Church.
||Attended Hebrew School in Kirtland, Ohio.
|1836 June 19
||Baptized into the Church.
||Served mission in Ohio.
||Moved to Far West, Missouri; served mission to southern Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, and Ohio.
||Mission to England; presented a copy of the Book of Mormon to Queen Victoria.
||Learned of martyrdom of Joseph Smith while campaigning for Joseph Smith's candidacy for United States president.
||Arrived in Salt Lake Valley.
|1849 February 12
||Ordained Apostle by Heber C. Kimball.
||Helped organize beginning of Perpetual Emigration Fund.
||Served mission to Europe; superintended publication of Italian edition of Book of Mormon.
||Organized Polysophical Society in Salt Lake City, Utah, to promote cultural refinement.
||Elected to Utah legislature and served for 29 years.
||Presided over colonization of Brigham City, Utah.
||Served short-term mission to Hawaii.
||Served as president of Utah Territorial Legislative Council.
||Toured Europe and Asia Minor; participated in dedication of Palestine for return of the Jews.
|1873 April 8
||Sustained as counselor to President Brigham Young.
||Instigated United Order in Brigham City, Utah.
|1874 May 9
||Became assistant counselor to President Brigham Young.
||Served short-term mission to Native Americans in northwestern United States.
||Served 11-month prison term on plural marriage charge.
|1889 April 7
||Sustained as President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles.
||Became president of the Salt Lake Temple.
|1898 September 13
||Became President of the Church.
|1899 May 18
||Initiated tithing emphasis, beginning in southern Utah.
|1901 October 10
||Died in Salt Lake City, Utah.