1873, English, Article edition: The Mormons subtitle: Their Monopoly of Utah a Drawback to Its Advancement; Serfs in the Old World, and Slaves in the New; Difference Between the Johnston and Conner Expeditions to the Territory; The Old Mormons Likely to Give Way; Approach to the Salt Lake Valley—Weber Canon—Lacustrine View

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The Mormons subtitle: Their Monopoly of Utah a Drawback to Its Advancement; Serfs in the Old World, and Slaves in the New; Difference Between the Johnston and Conner Expeditions to the Territory; The Old Mormons Likely to Give Way; Approach to the Salt Lake Valley—Weber Canon—Lacustrine View
 
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  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University
  • 10 Mar 1873
  • 1873-03-10
Language
  • English

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  • The Mormons subtitle: Their Monopoly of Utah a Drawback to Its Advancement; Serfs in the Old World, and Slaves in the New; Difference Between the Johnston and Conner Expeditions to the Territory; The Old Mormons Likely to Give Way; Approach to the Salt Lake Valley—Weber Canon—Lacustrine View
Published
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University
  • 10 Mar 1873
  • 1873-03-10
Physical Description
  • text/​text
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  • p. 7
  • columns 1-2
  • 39 col. in.
  • The Mormons have monopolized Utah and have debarred respectable men from Illinois, Iowa, and Missouri from settling in the territory. If the Mormons had not filled Utah, the territory would be far more advanced than it is now. A description of Mormon worship services. Colonel Johnston’s expedition was a failure. A description of Colonel Conner and the California volunteers. Mormons who were serfs in the Old World are now slaves in the New. The Mormons are trying to use money to change public opinion about them. A description of the approach to Salt Lake through Weber Canyon, of Ogden, of the railroads, and of the Great Salt Lake. Utah will be a great state when the Mormons leave. It is said that the older Mormons will give up their wives to have land and railroads.
  • 19th Century Mormon Article Newspaper Index
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  • Chicago daily tribune
  • Brigham Young University
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