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Papers 1845 (Typescript).

Author: Mason BraymanJacob GaleCalvin DemolfWillard RichardsJames W BrattleAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book   Microform : Manuscript : Microfilm   Archival Material : English
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Correspondence, (Novermber, 1845), mainly concerning the Jacob B. Backenstos trial and the Edmond Durfee trial; legal papers (affidavits, subpoenas, warrants for arrests, and orders); court transcripts, dealing with the Jacob b. Backenstos murder trial and two other trials; the minutes of a meeting of the citizens of Carthage, Illinois wherein it was resolved to keep peace until the departure of the Mormons,
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Named Person: Jacob B Backenstos; Edmond Durfee; James E Dunn; Major W B Warren; W J Salisbury; Orson Hyde; John M Finch
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Mason Brayman; Jacob Gale; Calvin Demolf; Willard Richards; James W Brattle; A Dunlop; Matthew Stacy; R Kand
OCLC Number: 367555364
Description: 34 items; partial reel : microfilm ; 35 mm.

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Correspondence, (Novermber, 1845), mainly concerning the Jacob B. Backenstos trial and the Edmond Durfee trial; legal papers (affidavits, subpoenas, warrants for arrests, and orders); court transcripts, dealing with the Jacob b. Backenstos murder trial and two other trials; the minutes of a meeting of the citizens of Carthage, Illinois wherein it was resolved to keep peace until the departure of the Mormons, (November 18, 1845).

Correspondents inclued: Jacob Gale, Calvin Demolf, willard Richards, A. Dunlop, Matthew Stacy, James W. Brattle, R. Kand.

Other letters: to James W. Brattle from James E. Dunn, (Backenstos trial); to Major Warren from W.J. Salisbury, (requesting protection to travel to Nauvoo from Carthage); to Major Warren from Orson Hyde, (Durfee murder trial); to Major Warren from John M. Finch, (requesting postponement on his witnessing at a trial).

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