1859, English, Article edition: “Highly Important from Utah—Governor Cumming and the U.S. Troops at Issue— Important Affidavits”

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“Highly Important from Utah—Governor Cumming and the U.S. Troops at Issue— Important Affidavits”
 
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Published
  • Boston, Massachusetts
  • Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University
  • 7 May 1859
  • 1859-05-07
Language
  • English

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Title
  • “Highly Important from Utah—Governor Cumming and the U.S. Troops at Issue— Important Affidavits”
Published
  • Boston, Massachusetts
  • Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University
  • 7 May 1859
  • 1859-05-07
Physical Description
  • text/​text
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Notes
  • p. 4
  • column 3
  • 7 ½ col. in.
  • A report of troubles between the United States troops in Utah and Governor Cumming. Cumming is in conflict with the troops, which has caused many Mormons to become more hostile towards the troops and to hope for support from Cumming if they fight the troops. Includes an affidavit by James Gammell and testimony from William Sloan.
  • 19th Century Mormon Article Newspaper Index
Source
  • American traveller
  • Brigham Young University
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  • English
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