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Autobiography and diary, 1869-1896.

Author: Edwin Gordon Woolley
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Photocopy of a typescript. Woolley writes about his early life in an autobiogrphy and then continues his story in a diary. The journal has many gaps. He writes about his militia activities and his enconters with Paiute Indians early in his life. Wolley spent much of his adult life in St. George, Utah. He also spent time in Salt Lake City, Utah on business and on political activities. Woolley served as a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Diaries
Autobiographies
Named Person: Edwin Gordon Woolley; David Whitmer
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Edwin Gordon Woolley
OCLC Number: 122605948
Description: 1 item (74 pages).

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Photocopy of a typescript. Woolley writes about his early life in an autobiogrphy and then continues his story in a diary. The journal has many gaps. He writes about his militia activities and his enconters with Paiute Indians early in his life. Wolley spent much of his adult life in St. George, Utah. He also spent time in Salt Lake City, Utah on business and on political activities. Woolley served as a justice the peace, a city recorder, a member of a Utah constitutional convention, a member of the Utah territorial legislature, a probate jude, and a high councilman of the St. George Stake of the Mormon Church. Woolley also writes about meeting David Whitmer, an early leader of the Mormon Church.

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