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Going West to Utah: the Mormons... The Cuba revolution...

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January 29, 1870


* Mormons - Mormonism
* Emigration to Utah print

 The front page has a print: "Island Of Cuba--Heroic Conduct of a Patriotic Cuban Mother, Maria Martinez". Related prints within: "Cuba--Insurgent Boy-Soldiers Returning to Camp..." "Camp of the Revolutionists in the Woods" "Insurgents Attacking Spanish Troops..." Trial of a Wooden Gun by the Revolutionists" and: "Fortifications on the Coast Near Santiago de Cuba".
Also 2 prints of New Zealand; "Town of Shortland, Near the Gold Fields..." and: "The Bay & Island of Kawan".
As part of their "Across the Continent" by railroad series are several prints: "A Prairie Dog City Near the Pacific Railroad" "Brigham City and Old Water-Marks as Seen from Corinne on the Line of the Pacific Railroad" and a full page: "Mormon Converts on Their Way to Salt Lake City--The Halt on the Road at a Watering Place".
Also: "Minnesota--State Normal School at Winona" "The Late Thomas Thompson of Boston" "New York City--Extension of Church St. to the Battery" and more.
Sixteen pages, one very discrete archival mend, very nice condition.

Category: Post-Civil War