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Oliver Cowdery Letters, 1833-38, 1846

Author: Oliver CowderySamuel BentJohn Farnham BoyntonJohn BryanElizabeth Ann CowderyAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book   Microform : Microfilm : English
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True copies of original letters written by Oliver Cowdery, placed in one volume. These letters were written while Oliver Cowdery was living in Kirtland, Ohio and Far West, Missouri and were sent to many who desired to know of the restoration of the gospel as it unfolded to Joseph Smith and the leading Elders of the church.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Oliver Cowdery; Samuel Bent; John Farnham Boynton; John Bryan; Elizabeth Ann Cowdery; Lyman Cowdery; William Cowdery, Jr.; Elijah Fordham; J G Fosdick; William Fry; John Gilbert; Thankful Halsey; R M Johnson; William Kennon; Horace Kingsbury; Ambrose Palmer; William Wines Phelps; Martin Van Buren; John Whitmer; F Wilbur
OCLC Number: 367859321
Reproduction Notes: Microfilm : Henry E. Huntington Library. positive and negative. Microfilm copy of original letters.
Description: 96 p. ; cm.

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True copies of original letters written by Oliver Cowdery, placed in one volume. These letters were written while Oliver Cowdery was living in Kirtland, Ohio and Far West, Missouri and were sent to many who desired to know of the restoration of the gospel as it unfolded to Joseph Smith and the leading Elders of the church.

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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