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Title The prophet of Palmyra: Mormonism reviewed and examined…
Author Gregg, Thomas
Date 1890
Document Type Rare Book
Names Strang, James; Young, Brigham; Spalding, Soloman; Miller, Joseph; Smith, Emma; Smith, Hyrum; Bennett, John; Smith, Joseph; Harris, Martin; Whitmer, David; Harding, Stephen; Rigdon, Sidney; Pratt, Orson; Smith, William; Hyde, Orson; Cowdery, Oliver; Booth, Ezra; Richards, Willard; Jackson, Joseph; Pratt, Parley
Region Illinois; Missouri; Iowa; Utah; Indiana
Places Mahomet, Nauvoo, Salt Lake
Keywords Mormons, religion, exodus, Carthage Greys, persecution, war, law, law and order, lynching, polygamy, treaty, violence, murder
Theme Mormons and Missionaries
Publisher John B. Alden
Place of Publication New York
Additional Information Full title: "The prophet of Palmyra: Mormonism reviewed and examined in the life, character, and career of its founder, from "Cumorah Hill" to Carthage Jail and the desert: together with a complete history of the Mormon era in Illinois, and an exhaustive investigation of the "Spalding manuscript" theory of the origin of the Book of Mormon". Concerns the period c.1825-c.1845.
Library The Newberry Library
Copyright The Newberry Library
Collection Everett D. Graff Collection of Western Americana
Reference Graff 1666
Catalogue Link The Newberry Library Catalogue