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Papers, 1825-1906

Auteur: Newel Kimball Whitney
Editie/Formaat:   Archiefmateriaal : Microfilm : Engels
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Theses records relate to the ecclesiastical functions, political activities, and finances of the Mormon Church when it was headquartered in Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, and Utah. The bulk of the material is from the "Illinois Era" (1839-1846) period of the Mormon Church. Included are itmes dealing with the steamship, "Maid of Iowa," the Nauvoo Temple, and other structures in Nauvoo, Illinois. Also included are records  Meer lezen...
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Genre/Vorm: Sources
Genoemd persoon: Newel Kimball Whitney; William Clayton; Oliver Cowdery; Isaac Groo; Mary Jane Whitney Groo; Orson Hyde; Heber C Kimball; George Miller; Sidney Rigdon; Joseph Smith, Jr.; Anna Maria Whitney; Don Carlos Whitney; Elizabeth Ann Smith Whitney; Horace K Whitney; Joshua K Whitney; Newel M Whitney; Orson K Whitney; Brigham Young
Soort document: Archiefmateriaal
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Newel Kimball Whitney
OCLC-nummer: 32140644
Opmerkingen: Original held at Brigham Young University. Harold B. Lee Library.
Merchant, pioneer, and second general bishop of the Mormon Church from 1831-1850. Whitney joined the Mormon Church in Ohio in 1830 and was a personal friend of Joseph Smith (1805-1844)--who founded that faith. He also served as associate justice and treasurer of the provincial state of Deseret (later Utah) in 1849.
Register to the papers found under 289.308 B768r no. 76 1991.
Mededeling reproductie: Microfilm. Provo, Utah : Brigham Young University. University Micrographics Center, 5 microfilm reels : negative ; 35 mm. 1994.
Beschrijving: 8 boxes (4 linear feet)

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Theses records relate to the ecclesiastical functions, political activities, and finances of the Mormon Church when it was headquartered in Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, and Utah. The bulk of the material is from the "Illinois Era" (1839-1846) period of the Mormon Church. Included are itmes dealing with the steamship, "Maid of Iowa," the Nauvoo Temple, and other structures in Nauvoo, Illinois. Also included are records of the Nauvoo Legion (later also called the Utah Militia), the Mormon Battalion, and the personal correspondence of Whitney, his wife, Elizabeth Ann; his sons; Orson K., Joshua K., Horace K., Don Carlos, and Newel Melchezidek; his daughters; Anna Maria and Mary Jane Whitney Groo, as well as her husband, Isaac Groo. Among the most important items in the collection are the only extant manuscript copies of more than twenty revelations of Joseph Smith, all but two of which have been published in the Doctrine and Covenants.

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