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Mormon troubles over the death of Joseph Smith, and Nauvoo described...
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July 17, 1844
DAILY NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Washington, D. C., July 17, 1844 A page 3 article is headed: "The Mormon Difficulties" which begins: "The St. Louis New Era thinks the Mormon war at an end...the Mormons are deeply wounded at the death of their leader and look for vengeance in some form..." with a bit more.
The article continues with a description of Nauvoo, Illinois, which begins: "They have built up a considerable town in a very brief period. They claim a population in the city of about 15,0000...The buildings are scattered over a wide space..." with more.
Four pages, small piece from a margin at the front leaf not remotely close to the Mormon content, otherwise very nice condition.
Category: Pre-Civil War