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Mormonism : Embracing the origin, rise and progress of the sect, with an examination of the book of Mormon, also their troubles in Missouri, and final expulsion from the State / by James H. Hunt ; with an appendix, giving an account of the late disturbances in Illinois, which resulted in the death of Joseph and Hyrum Smith, by G. W. Westbrook.

Main Author: Hunt, James E.
Language(s): English
Published: St. Louis : Ustick & Davies, 1844.
Subjects: Mormon Church > History.
Mormons > History.
Note: Errata slip inserted.
Physical Description: v, 304, 3-36 p.
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