Catalog Record: The General Epistle of the Latter Day Saints : dated: winter quarters, Nebraska, December 23, 1847, and constituting the earliest known example of printing in the present state of Nebraska | HathiTrust Digital Library

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The General Epistle of the Latter Day Saints :
dated: winter quarters, Nebraska, December 23, 1847, and constituting the earliest known example of printing in the present state of Nebraska /
by Douglas C. McMurtrie, containing a complete facsimile of the original edition of the epistle

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Main Author: McMurtrie, Douglas C. 1888-1944
Related Names: Young, Brigham 1801-1877
Language(s): English
Published: Chicago, Ill. : Printed by the Black Cat Press, 1935
Subjects: Mormons > Mormons / History > Mormons / History / Sources
Mormons > Mormons / Doctrines
Printing > Printing / Nebraska > Printing / Nebraska / History
Note: The facsimile has caption-title: General Epistle from the Council of the Twelve Apostles, to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints abroad, dispersed throughout the earth, greeting. At foot of p. 8: Written at winter quarters, Omaha nation, west bank of Missouri River, near Council Bluffs, North America, and signed December 23d, 1847, in behalf of the quorum of the twelve apostles: Brigham Young, President. Willard Richards, Clerk
"120 copies ... have been printed."
Physical Description: 14 pages : facsimiles (8 pages) ; 24 cm
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