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Letterbook 1833-1846.

Author: Oliver CowderyWarren A CowderyAmbrose PalmerSamuel BentHorace KingsburyAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book   Microform : Manuscript : Microfilm   Archival Material : English
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Born in Wells, Vermont, son of William Cowdery, Jr. and Rebecca Fuller. Correspondence, 1833-1846, discusses L.D.S. Church government and doctrine; attitudes toward the Federal government; Missouri difficulties; education; appointments; travels; contacts with porminent Saints; personal affairs; disassociation from the Church; state government candidacies; and the Chandler mummies and papyrus purchased by Joseph
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Named Person: William Cowdery, Jr.; Rebecca Fuller Cowdery
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Oliver Cowdery; Warren A Cowdery; Ambrose Palmer; Samuel Bent; Horace Kingsbury; Elizabeth Ann Cowdery; William Wines Phelps; John Gilbert; Lyman Cowdery; John Whitmer; J G Fosdick; Thankful Halsey; Elijah Fordham; John Farnham Boynton; John Bryan; William Kennon; R M Johnson; Martin Van Buren; William Fry; F Wilbur
OCLC Number: 367556057
Description: 96 p.; holograph; partial reel : microfilm ; 35 mm.

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Born in Wells, Vermont, son of William Cowdery, Jr. and Rebecca Fuller. Correspondence, 1833-1846, discusses L.D.S. Church government and doctrine; attitudes toward the Federal government; Missouri difficulties; education; appointments; travels; contacts with porminent Saints; personal affairs; disassociation from the Church; state government candidacies; and the Chandler mummies and papyrus purchased by Joseph Smith.

Correspondents include: Warren Cowdery, Ambrose Palmer, Samuel Bent, Horace Kingsbury, Elizabeth Ann Cowdery, William W. Phelps, John Gilbert, Lyman Cowdery, John Whitmer, J.G. Fosdick, Thankful Halsey, Elijah Fordham, John F. Boynton, John Bryan, William Kennon, R.M. Johnson, Martin Van Buren, William Fry, F. Wilbur. Also included is a letter from J.M. Carrel to R.M. Williams concerning the appointment of Oliver to the elected office of Postmaster.

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