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What was "The Revenue Cutter?"

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The Revenue Cutter was the name of a leather skiff that was part of the equipment brought across the plains by the original band of pioneers in 1847. The skiff was used by the pioneers on April 25, 1847, to cross the Loupe Fork in Nebraska.

Source: Encyclopedic History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Compiled by Andrew Jenson, Salt Lake City: Deseret News Publishing Co., 1941, page 698.