1864, English, Article edition: The Mormons and their Position

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The Mormons and their Position
 
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  • text/​text
Published
  • Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University
  • 22 Dec 1864
  • 1864-12-22
Language
  • English

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Title
  • The Mormons and their Position
Published
  • Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University
  • 22 Dec 1864
  • 1864-12-22
Physical Description
  • text/​text
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Notes
  • [p. 4]
  • column 5
  • 5 ¾ col. in.
  • The Mormons in Utah are rebellious against the federal government, particularly in their defiance of laws about polygamy and real estate. General Connor, the commander of federal forces, believes the only way to solve the problem is to protect free speech by force and to open up the area to a non-Mormon population. Emigrants continue to pour into Utah, where they are indoctrinated with Mormonism and shielded from the rest of the world; the number of books and newspapers there is meager.
  • 19th Century Mormon Article Newspaper Index
Source
  • Cincinnati daily commercial
  • Brigham Young University
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  • English
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