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Letterbook 1843-1847, (Typescript).

Author: John J HardinRobert S WileyFrancis MarkerA G HuisyThomas FordAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book   Microform : Manuscript : Microfilm   Archival Material : English
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Correspondence concerning the Kinderhook plates; the Clay vs. Van Buren presidential campaign; the repeal of the Nauvoo City Charter; the burning of Carthage; incidents in Hancock County; the Latter-day Saints' preparations to leave Nauvoo; and various movements of the militia troops. The minutes of an October 2, 1845 public meeting of the citizens of Hancock County concerning their resolve to force all Mormon and
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Named Person: Stephen A Douglas; Stephen A Douglas
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John J Hardin; Robert S Wiley; Francis Marker; A G Huisy; Thomas Ford; E D Baker; Z N Garbutt; D A Smith; Charles C Ballance; Daniel H Wells; W B Warren, Major.; H E Deimmor; David Prince; John Montague; H G Ferris; Jacob B Backenstos; Brigham Young; Thomas Gregg
OCLC Number: 367555446
Description: Partial reel : microfilm ; 35 mm.

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Correspondence concerning the Kinderhook plates; the Clay vs. Van Buren presidential campaign; the repeal of the Nauvoo City Charter; the burning of Carthage; incidents in Hancock County; the Latter-day Saints' preparations to leave Nauvoo; and various movements of the militia troops. The minutes of an October 2, 1845 public meeting of the citizens of Hancock County concerning their resolve to force all Mormon and Mormon sympathizing office holders to relinquish county offices is also included. Rough manuscript of "The Mormon Theocracy in Illinois 1840-5" by Ellen Hardin Walworth.

Correspondents include: Robert S. Wiley, Francis Marker, A.G. Huisy, Governor Thomas Ford, E.D. Baker, Z.N. Garbutt, D.A. Smith, Charles C. Ballance, Daniel H. Wells, Major W.B. Warren, H.E. Deimmor, David Prince, John Montague, H.G. Ferris, Sheriff J.B. Backenstos, Brigham Young, Thomas Gregg.

Hardin collection of letters. John Hardin wrote letters to the following people: the editore of the State Register; the First Presidency and High Council of the L.D.S. Church; Major W.B. Warren and Major S.A. Douglas.

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