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Proclamation no. 4. To the citizens of Hancock County, Ill., and the surrounding country Hancock County, Illinois. Sheriff 1845 094 N226 1845 no.14 Unit 10 — Nauvoo Yes
Proclamation no. 2. To the citizens of Hancock County, Ill., and the surrounding country. It is truly painful that my first proclamation did not have the desired effect of quelling the mob in Hancock county. . . . Hancock County, Illinois. Sheriff 1845 094 N226 1845 no.5 Unit 10 — Nauvoo Yes
The boy prophet's wonderful sermon at the funeral of King Follett, Nauvoo, Illinois, 1844. Also, a war prophecy, or the story of the white horse, and the marvelous visions of George Washington, Newman Bulkley, S. M. Farnsworth, C. D. Evans. Compiled by C. Anderson, C.C. 1906 BX 8608 .A1 no.3406 Unit 10 — Nauvoo No
A statement from Josiah Quincy. Mayor of Boston, 1845–1849. Concerning an interview had in 1844 with Joseph Smith, the Mormon prophet... Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Missions. Eastern States 1910 BX 8672 .A1 no.359 Unit 12 — Western Exodus and Pioneers No
Message of the governor of the state of Illinois, in relation to the disturbances in Hancock County, December 21, 1844 Illinois. Governor, 1842–1846 (Ford) 1844 BX 8672 .A1a no.610 Unit 12 — Western Exodus and Pioneers; Unit 10 — Nauvoo No
Commission records, Illinois state militia, 1835-1844. Salt Lake City, Utah: Early Mormon Research Institute 1835-1844 BX 8672 .N226 vol.2-3 Unit 12 — Western Exodus and Pioneers No
Message of the governor of the state of Illinois, in relation to the disturbances in Hancock County, December 21, 1844 Illinois. Governor, 1842–1846 (Ford) 1844 BX 8673.3 .IL6m Unit 12 — Western Exodus and Pioneers; Unit 10 — Nauvoo No
Nauvoo Neighbor,—Extra: Sunday, 3 o'clock p.m., June 30th, 1844. Awful assassination! The pledged faith of the state of Illinois stained by innocent blood by a mob! Nauvoo Neighbor 1844 M205.1 N226e Unit 12 — Western Exodus and Pioneers; Unit 10 — Nauvoo No
Singular Discovery--Material for Another Mormon Book Times and Seasons 1843 M205.1 T48, vol. 4, no. 12 Unit 10 — Nauvoo; Unit 6 — Book of Abraham Yes
Fac-simile of the brass plates recently taken from a mound in the vicinity of Kinderhook, Pike County, Illinois 1851 M222.06 F119 1851 Unit 10 — Nauvoo; Unit 6 — Book of Abraham No
Death of the prophets Joseph and Hyram [sic] Smith, who were murdered while in prison at Carthage Ill., on the 27th day of June, A.D., 1844. Compiled, and printed for our venerable brother in Christ, Freeman Nickerson. . . . Gooch, John, compiler 1844 M270.2 G59 1844 Unit 12 — Western Exodus and Pioneers Yes
Mormon difficulties. Report of the Governor in relation to the difficulties in Hancock County. Senate, Dec. 10, 1846 Illinois. Governor, 1842–1846 (Ford) 1846 M273.3 IL6m 1846 Unit 10 — Nauvoo No
A proclamation by the governor of the state of Illinois Illinois. Governor, 1842–1846 (Ford) 1845 M277.73 IL6p 1845 Unit 10 — Nauvoo No
Sally Randall Letter Randall, Sally 1844 MSS 1015 Unit 12 — Western Exodus and Pioneers; Unit 10 — Nauvoo No
John McEwan diary McEwan, John 1843-1889 MSS 1051 Unit 12 — Western Exodus and Pioneers Yes
Andrew Moore Autobiography Moore, Andrew 1845 MSS 1094 Unit 12 — Western Exodus and Pioneers; Unit 10 — Nauvoo; Unit 9 — Missouri No
Samuel Hollister Rogers Diaries Rogers, Samuel Hollister 1841-1886 MSS 1134 Unit 11 — Eternal Marriage and Plural Marriage; Unit 12 — Western Exodus and Pioneers; Unit 10 — Nauvoo; Unit 9 — Missouri; Unit 8 — Kirtland No
Mary Field Garner Autobiography Garner, Mary Field 1880 MSS 1141 Unit 12 — Western Exodus and Pioneers; Unit 10 — Nauvoo No
Henry M. Stoufer Letter Stoufer, Henry M. 1845 MSS 1213 Unit 10 — Nauvoo No
W.D. Abernith Letter Abernith, W.D. 1841 MSS 1225 Unit 10 — Nauvoo No