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Parowan Stake minutes, 1855.

Author: James H Martineau
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Photocopy of minutes recorded by James H. Martineau at Parowan, Utah, in 1855, and kept using the Deseret Alphabet. The minutes, kept at Church meetings, record various community issues brought before stake president John Calvin Lazelle Smith (1822-1855), including excommunications and plans for the future of the Parowan Stake. Includes frequent references to George Albert Smith, Brigham Young, and Erastus Snow. The
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Genre/Form: Minutes
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Named Person: James H Martineau; George Albert Smith; Erastus Fairbanks Snow; Brigham Young
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: James H Martineau
OCLC Number: 639983847
Notes: All inquiries about this manuscript should be directed to the H. Russell Smith Foundation Curator of Western Historical Manuscripts.
Original in the Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University.
Description: 1 photocopy, 12 pages.

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Photocopy of minutes recorded by James H. Martineau at Parowan, Utah, in 1855, and kept using the Deseret Alphabet. The minutes, kept at Church meetings, record various community issues brought before stake president John Calvin Lazelle Smith (1822-1855), including excommunications and plans for the future of the Parowan Stake. Includes frequent references to George Albert Smith, Brigham Young, and Erastus Snow. The record also includes a brief history of the Mormon Church.

Also included is a typescript of the Martineau manuscript made by Joseph Robert Bingham in 1981, with notes on the transcription. (32 pages)

Also included are three copies of keys to the Deseret alphabet and two letters regarding the Martineau manuscript from Chad Flake (Curator of Special Collections at Brigham Young University) to Joseph Robert Bingham, dated 1981.

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