March 1, 1807: Wilford Woodruff, fourth Church president, born.
March 3, 1949: First round-the-world nonstop airplane flight completed.
March 6, 1862: Salt Lake Theatre opened.
March 7, 1876: Alexander Graham Bell granted patent for telephone.
March 11, 1956: Los Angeles Temple dedicated by President McKay.
March 12, 1852: First Swedish converts to the Church landed in New Orleans.
March 15, 1970: First LDS stake in Asia organized in Tokyo, Japan.
March 16, 1751: James Madison, fourth United States president, born.
March 17: St. Patrick’s Day
March 18, 1837: Grover Cleveland, twice president of the United States, born.
March 21: Spring begins with the vernal equinox.
March 22, 1847: Mormon Battalion arrived in Los Angeles, California.
March 23, 1775: Patrick Henry gave his “Give me liberty or give me death” speech.
March 25, 1849: First public meeting held on Salt Lake Temple Square.
March 27, 1836: Kirtland Temple dedicated by Joseph Smith.
March 28, 1899: Harold B. Lee, eleventh Church president, born. 1895: Spencer W. Kimball, twelfth Church president, born.
March 29, 1790: John Tyler, tenth United States president, born.