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Colonel Thomas L. Kane and the Mormons, 1846-1883

Author: David J Whittaker
Publisher: Provo, Utah : BYU Studies ; Salt Lake City : [distributed to the trade and libraries by] University of Utah Press, ©2010.
Series: Biographies in Latter-day Saint history.
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This richly illustrated volume examines the relationship Thomas L. Kane and his wife, Elizabeth W. Kane, had with the Mormons from social, political, and religious perspectives. Although not a member of any organized religion, Kane honorably defended the Mormons on the national stage for nearly four decades and throughout his life remained a confidant of Young and other Latter-day Saint leaders.
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Genre/Form: History
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Colonel Thomas L. Kane and the Mormons, 1846-1883.
Provo, Utah : BYU Studies ; Salt Lake City : [distributed to the trade and libraries by] University of Utah Press, c2010
(OCoLC)759095236
Named Person: Thomas L Kane; Thomas L Kane; Thomas L Kane
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David J Whittaker
ISBN: 9780842527569 0842527567
OCLC Number: 495597271
Description: 240 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
Contents: Thomas L. Kane and nineteenth-century American culture / Matthew J. Grow --
"He is our friend" : Thomas L. Kane and the Mormons in exodus, 1846-1850 / Richard E. Bennett --
Thomas L. Kane and the Mormon problem in national politics / Thomas G. Alexander --
Thomas L. Kane and the Utah War : BYU's Kane Collection as lodestone / William P. MacKinnon --
Tom and Bessie Kane and the Mormons / Edward A. Geary --
Touring polygamous Utah with Elizabeth W. Kane, winter 1872-1873 / Lowell C. (Ben) Bennion and Thomas Carter --
"My dear friend" : the friendship and correspondence between Brigham Young and Thomas L. Kane / David J. Whittaker --
Review of "Liberty to the downtrodden" : Thomas L. Kane, romantic reformer? / by Charles S. Peterson.
Series Title: Biographies in Latter-day Saint history.
Responsibility: edited by David J. Whittaker.

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This richly illustrated volume examines the relationship Thomas L. Kane and his wife, Elizabeth W. Kane, had with the Mormons from social, political, and religious perspectives. Although not a member of any organized religion, Kane honorably defended the Mormons on the national stage for nearly four decades and throughout his life remained a confidant of Young and other Latter-day Saint leaders.

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