Mormon Bibliography, 1830–1930

Browsing 1001–1500 of 15102
Flake-Draper # Author Title Date
9426 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Startling disclosures of the great Mormon conspiracy against the liberties of this country: being the celebrated "endowment," as it was acted by upwards of twelve thousand men and women in secret, in the Nauvoo Temple, in 1846, and said to have been revealed from God. By I. M'Gee Van Dusen and Maria his wife, who were initiated into these dreadful mysteries 1849
9427 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Startling disclosures of the great Mormon conspiracy against the liberties of this country: being the celebrated "endowment," as it was acted by upwards of twelve thousand men and women in secret, in the Nauvoo Temple, in 1846, and said to have been revealed from God. By I. M'Gee Van Dusen and Maria his wife, who were initiated into these dreadful mysteries 1849
9428 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Startling disclosures of the great Mormon conspiracy against the liberties of this country: being the celebrated "endowment," as it was acted by upwards of twelve thousand men and women in secret, in the Nauvoo Temple, in 1846, and said to have been revealed from God. By I. M'Gee Van Dusen and Maria his wife, who were initiated into these dreadful mysteries 1849
9429 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Startling disclosures of the great Mormon conspiracy against the liberties of this country: being the celebrated "endowment," as it was acted by upwards of twelve thousand men and women in secret, in the Nauvoo Temple, in 1846, and said to have been revealed from God. By I. M'Gee Van Dusen and Maria his wife, who were initiated into these dreadful mysteries 1850
9430 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Startling disclosures of the wonderful ceremonies of the Mormon spiritual-wife system. Being the celebrated "endowment," as it was acted by upwards of twelve thousand men and women in secret, in the Nauvoo Temple in 1846, and said to have been revealed from God. By I. M'Gee Van Dusen and Maria his wife, who were initiated into these dreadful mysteries 1850
9431 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Startling disclosures of the wonderful ceremonies of the Mormon spiritual wife system. Being the celebrated "endowment," as it was acted by upwards of twelve thousand men and women in secret, in the Nauvoo temple in 1846, and said to have been revealed from God. By I. M'Gee Van Dusen and Maria his wife, who were initiated into these dreadful mysteries 1852
9432 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Startling disclosures of the wonderful ceremonies of the Mormon spiritual wife system. Being the celebrated "endowment," as it was acted by upwards of twelve thousand men and women in secret, in the Nauvoo temple in 1846, and said to have been revealed from God. By I. M'Gee Van Dusen and Maria his wife, who were initiated into these dreadful mysteries 1852
9433 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Startling disclosures of the wonderful ceremonies of the Mormon spiritual wife system. Being the celebrated "endowment," as it was acted by upwards of twelve thousand men and women in secret, in the Nauvoo temple in 1846, and said to have been revealed from God. By I. M'Gee Van Dusen and Maria his wife, who were initiated into these dreadful mysteries [1855]
9433a Van Deusen, Increase McGee Startling disclosures of the wonderful ceremonies of the Mormon spiritual wife system. Being the celebrated "endowment," as it was acted by upwards of twelve thousand men and women in secret, in the Nauvoo temple in 1846, and said to have been revealed from God. By I. M'Gee Van Dusen and Maria his wife, who were initiated into these dreadful mysteries 1857
9434 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Mormonism exposed [1853]
9435 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Spiritual delusions; being a key to the mysteries of Mormonism, exposing the particulars of that astounding heresy, the spiritual wife-system, as practiced by Brigham Young, of Utah. By Increase Van Deusen and Maria, his wife, seceders from that singular sect who were personally initiated into those dreadful mysteries 1854
9436 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Spiritual delusions; being a key to the mysteries of Mormonism, exposing the particulars of that astounding heresy, the spiritual wife-system, as practiced by Brigham Young, of Utah. By Increase Van Deusen and Maria, his wife, seceders from that singular sect who were personally initiated into those dreadful mysteries 1854
9437 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Spiritual delusions; being a key to the mysteries of Mormonism, exposing the particulars of that astounding heresy, the spiritual-wife system, as practiced by Brigham Young, of Utah. By Increase Van Deusen and Maria, his wife, seceders from that singular sect who were personally initiated into those dreadful mysteries 1855
9438 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Spiritual delusions; being a key to the mysteries of Mormonism, exposing the particulars of that astounding heresy, the spiritual wife-system, as practiced by Brigham Young, of Utah. By Increase Van Deusen and Maria, his wife, seceders from that singular sect who were personally initiated into those dreadful mysteries 1856
9439 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Spiritual delusions; being a key to the mysteries of Mormonism, exposing the particulars of that astounding heresy, the spiritual wife system, as practiced by Brigham Young, of Utah. By Increase Van Deusen and Maria, his wife, seceders from that singular sect who were personally initiated into those dreadful mysteries 1857
9440 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Spiritual delusions; being a key to the mysteries of Mormonism, exposing the particulars of that astounding heresy, the spiritual wife system, as practiced by Brigham Young, of Utah. By Increase Van Deusen and Maria, his wife, seceders from that singular sect who were personally initiated into those dreadful mysteries 1859
9441 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Startling disclosures of the Mormon spiritual wife system, and wonderful ceremonies of the celebrated "endowment" as it is acted by upwards of fifty thousand men and women in secret, in the temple in Utah, and said to have been revealed from God. By I. M'Gee Van Dusen, and Maria, his wife who were initiated and participators in these dreadful mysteries 1864
9442 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Startling disclosures of the Mormon spiritual wife system, and wonderful ceremonies of the celebrated "endowment" as it is acted by upwards of fifty thousand men and women in secret, in the temple in Utah, and said to have been revealed from God. By I. M'Gee Van Dusen, and Maria, his wife who were initiated and participators in these dreadful mysteries 1864
9443 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Misteries [sic] of Mormonism c1850
9440a Van Deusen, Increase McGee Spiritual delusions; being a key to the mysteries of Mormonism, exposing the particulars of that astounding heresy, the spiritual wife system, as practiced by Brigham Young, of Utah. By Increase Van Deusen and Maria, his wife, seceders from that singular sect who were personally initiated into those dreadful mysteries 1859
9421 Van der Zee, Jacob The Mormon trails in Iowa 1914]
9418a Van Baalen, Jan Karel Our birthright and the mess of meat. Ism's of today analyzed and compared with the Heidelberg Catechism. By Jan Karel Van Baalen, pastor of the Twelfth Street Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. . . . 1929
9417a Vallet, Emile Communism. History of the experiment at Nauvoo of the Icarian settlement 1917]
9414a Valk, Marchinus Hyminus Arnoldus Leonardus, van der De Mormoonsche leer, door M. H. A. van der Valk [ca. 1920]
9416 Valk, Marchinus Hyminus Arnoldus Leonardus, van der Zur Beurteilung des Propheten der Mormonen Joseph Smith Jun. Ägyptologische Phantasien des Mormonenpropheten. Von Dr. M. H. A. van der Valk. Aus den Hollanderischen ubersetzt von A. Basedow Pfarrer in Eisenberg (Thur) 1923
9414 Valk, Marchinus Hyminus Arnoldus Leonardus, van der De Mormonen. Hun profeet, leer en leven [1924]
9415 Valk, Marchinus Hyminus Arnoldus Leonardus, van der De Profeet der Mormonen Joseph Smith, Jr. M. H. A. van der Valk, Predikant te Rotterdam. Met een woord vooraf van Dr. J. van der Valk, rector van het Marnix-Gymnasium to Rotterdam 1921
9413 Valentini, Zopito, editor Attivita' Italiane nella intermountain region c1930
9412 Valentine, Sophy Biography of Ann Howell Burt 1916
9411a Vahl, Jens Mormonernes laerdomme ifolge deres egne skrifter ob betragtede i Chritndommens Lys. udgivt ved J. Vahl. 2det Oplag, ny Udgave 1883
9409 Vahl, Jens Er Mormonlaeren sand eller ikke? Efter det Engelske ved J. Vahl, Cap. for Farum og Kirkevaerlose 1857
9410 Vahl, Jens Mormonernes laerdomme ifolge deres egne skrifter og betragtede i Christendommens Lys [1857]
9411 Vahl, Jens Mormonernes laerdomme ifolge deres egne skrifter og betragtede i Christendommens Lys. Ny Udgave 1877
9410a Vahl, Jens Mormonernes laerdomme ifolge deres egne skrifter og betragtede i Christendommens Lys [1863]
9409a Vahl, Jens Joseph Smiths levnet. 3die oplag 1888
9410b Vahl, Jens Mormonernes laerdomme ifolge deres egne skrifter og betragtede i Christendommens Lys [1864]
9408 Utley, Henry Munson Michigan as a province, territory and state, the 26th member of the federal union, by H. M. Utley, Byron M. Cutcheon, advisory editor, Clarence M. Burton 1906
9314c Utah. State Conservation Commission Report of the Utah Conservation Commission 1913
9314b Utah. State Bureau of Immigration, Labor and Statistics Second report of the State Bureau of Immigration, Labor and Statistics for the years 1913–1914 1915
9314a Utah. State Board of Health Circular issued by the State Board of Health, Utah [1900]
9311a Utah. Semi-Centennial Commission From the press bureau of the Utah Semi-Centennial Commission, having in charge the Utah pioneer jubilee, in commemoration of the arrival of "the pioneers of 1847." Special correspondence, Salt Lake City, May 18, 1897 [1897]
9312a Utah. Semi-Centennial Commission To the people of Colorado. Greetings [1897]
9313a Utah. Semi-Centennial Commission Utah pioneer jubilee, Salt Lake City, July 20 to 25, 1897 [1897]
9310 Utah. Semi-Centennial Commission The book of the pioneers. A record of those who arrived in the valley of the Great Salt Lake during the year 1847; including the names, ages, autographs and places of residences of all known survivors on July 24, 1897, "The year of jubilee!" [1898]
9311 Utah. Semi-Centennial Commission Catalogue of the relics, souvenirs and curios associated with the pioneers of Utah, now on exhibition in the hall of relics, main street, Salt Lake City [1897]
9312 Utah. Semi-Centennial Commission Official report and financial statement of the Utah Semi-Centennial Commission and official programme of the Utah pioneer jubilee held at Salt Lake City, Utah, July 20 to 25, 1897, in commemoration of the fifteenth anniversary of the arrival of the first band of pioneers in the valley of the Great Salt Lake 1899
9313 Utah. Semi-Centennial Commission Utah pioneer jubilee, in commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the arrival of the first band of pioneers in the valley of the Great Salt Lake, July 20 to 24, 1897. Official program. . . . 1897
9313b Utah. Semi-Centennial Commission Utah pioneer jubilee, Salt Lake City, July 20–25, 1897 [1897]
9298a Utah. Mormon Battalion Monument Commission Mormon Battalion Monument now being erected on the southeast corner of the state capitol grounds, Salt Lake City, Utah, to be completed May 1st, 1927 1927?]
9295 Utah. Mormon Battalion Monument Commission The Mormon Battalion and its monument 1920
9296 Utah. Mormon Battalion Monument Commission The Mormon Battalion and its monument [1920]
9297 Utah. Mormon Battalion Monument Commission The Mormon Battalion and its monument. A compilation of data for sculptors and architects. Salt Lake City, Published by order of the state of Utah, Mormon Battalion Committee 1916]
9298 Utah. Mormon Battalion Monument Commission Mormon Battalion Monument. Souvenir brochure, program and historical sketch. May 30, 1927 1927
9298b Utah. Mormon Battalion Monument Commission Report of the state of Utah Mormon Battalion Monument Committee. To the Legislative Assembly of the state of Utah. . . . 1916?]
9294a Utah. Manufacturers Association Utah, your state; pertinent facts for speakers ca. 1925]
9293a.5 Utah. Legislative Assembly Names of the members and officers of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah, with the Standing Committees. Fourteenth Annual Session, 1864-5. [1864?]
9293a Utah. Irrigation Commission Irrigation in Utah. A book published by direction of the Utah Irrigation Commission. Report of the Irrigation Commission to the Third National Irrigation Congress, held at Denver, September, 1894. Articles concerning irrigation work and conditions in Utah, and problems of the arid West 1895
9293 Utah. Irrigation Commission Irrigation in Utah. A book published by direction of the Utah Irrigation Commission. Report of the Irrigation Commission to the Third National Irrigation Congress, held at Denver, September, 1894. Articles concerning irrigation work and conditions in Utah, and problems of the arid West 1895
9274a Utah. Constitutional Convention Enabling act, list of officers, members and committees and standing rules of the constitutional convention of Utah. Salt Lake City, Utah, March 4, 1895 1895
9274 Utah. Constitution Constitution of the state of Utah as framed by the constitutional convention in Salt Lake City, Utah, from March 4th, to May 8th 1895. Published by authority of the convention under the supervision of Hon. Richard G. Lambert, chairman of committee on printing 1895
9273a Utah. Constitution Constitution of the state of Utah 1887
9273b Utah. Constitution Constitution of the state of Utah [1895]
9404 Utah Tract Society Mormonism and the Bible,—do they agree? [1907]
9405 Utah Tract Society Mormonism and the Bible,—do they agree? [1907]
9406 Utah Tract Society Mormonism and the Bible. Do they agree? More than half a hundred comparisons in deadly conflict . . . Revised second edition. Thirty thousand [1908]
9407 Utah Tract Society Spirits in prison. [1 Peter 3:18–20] [1907]
9403b Utah Tract and Bible Society Pre-existence [1910]
9316 Utah Stake Silk Association Constitution of the Utah Stake Silk Association [1878]
9308 Utah Posten. A Swedish weekly Centennial jubilee number, April 6, 1830–April 6, 1930 1930]
9282 Utah Gospel Mission Annual of the Utah Gospel Mission, of Cleveland, for 1914; chiefly from the annual reports approved Jan. 27, 1914 [1914?]
9283 Utah Gospel Mission Annual report 1904–1930
9284 Utah Gospel Mission A brief description of the work of the Utah Gospel Mission among the Mormon people [1904]
9285 Utah Gospel Mission A glimpse of the mission and its work 1903
9286 Utah Gospel Mission Memorial and protest in the matter of the admission of Brigham H. Roberts, who claims to be a member-elect from the state of Utah, to the House of Representatives, in the Fifty-sixth Congress of the United States of America [1898]
9287 Utah Gospel Mission A rapid view of the work of the Utah Gospel Mission for the Mormon people. October 1st, 1902 [1902]
9288 Utah Gospel Mission The road to glory-land, stories and short articles on what must I do to be saved 1925
9289 Utah Gospel Mission What the mission has done 1930]
9281b Utah Gospel Mission All pastors, and everybody who can help stop the further growth of Mormonism . . . should send at once for copies of the booklet "Why I could never be a Mormon." [ca. 1915]
9280.5 Utah Executive Committee Utah, N.E.A. guide and hand book. Fifty-first annual convention, Salt Lake City, Utah, July fifth through twelfth. 1913
9276 Utah County. Women Defense of plural marriage, by the women of Utah County. Mass meetings in Provo, Springville, Spanish Fork, Salem, Payson, Santaquin, Goshen, Cedar Valley, Lehi, Alpine, Benjamin, American Fork and Pleasant Grove [1879]
9275 Utah County A graphic account of its foundings, its wonderful growth and its splendid promise for the future. Also a descriptive review of its resources, attractions, industries, leading business houses and institutions, with portraits and biographical sketches of its pioneers and early settlers 1897
9273 Utah Compromise Club A plan to solve the Utah problem by the Utah Compromise Club, Salt Lake City, Utah, March, 1880 1880
9266r.5 Utah Art Association Catalogue of pictures. First annual exhibition 1881
9403 Utah (Territory) World's Fair Commission Utah at the World's Columbian Exposition [c1894]
9401c Utah (Territory) Superintendent of Common Schools Annual report of the territorial Superintendent of Common Schools. For the year 1868 [1869]
9401b Utah (Territory) Superintendent of Common Schools Annual report of the territorial Superintendent of Common Schools. For the year 1867 [1868]
9401d Utah (Territory) Superintendent of Common Schools Annual report of the territorial Superintendent of Common Schools for the year 1869 [1870]
9401a Utah (Territory) Secretary Utah. Message from the president of the United States, transmitting a copy of a letter from the secretary of the territory of Utah [1852]
9396 Utah (Territory) Mormon Women Memorial of the Mormon women of Utah to the President and the Congress of the United States. The outrages of which they complain—The justice they demand. April 6, 1886 1886
9397 Utah (Territory) Mormon Women Memorial. To the president of the United States and members of Congress, by the "Mormon" women of Utah [1886]
9398 Utah (Territory) Mormon Women "Mormon" women on plural marriage. Fifteen hundred "Mormon" ladies convene in the Salt Lake Theatre, to protest against the misrepresentations of the ladies engaged in the anti-polygamy crusade, and declare their true sentiments on the subject now being agitated. Mass meeting in the theatre, Salt Lake City, Utah, Saturday, November 16, 1878 [1878]
9399 Utah (Territory) Mormon Women "Mormon" women on plural marriage. Fifteen hundred "Mormon" ladies convene in the Salt Lake Theatre, to protest against the misrepresentations of the ladies engaged in the anti-polygamy crusade, and declare their true sentiments on the subject now being agitated. Mass meeting in the theatre, Salt Lake City, Utah, Saturday, November 16, 1878 [1878]
9400 Utah (Territory) Mormon Women Petition of women of Utah. A petition of 22,626 women of Utah asking for the repeal of certain laws, the enactment of others, and the admission of the territory of Utah as a state. January 13, 1876 1876
9401 Utah (Territory) Mormon Women Proceedings in mass meeting of the ladies of Salt Lake City, to protest against the passage of Cullom's bill, January 14, 1870 [1870]
9395a Utah (Territory) Legislative Council List of names and residence of the members and officers of the Legislative Council of Utah Territory [1852]
9395b Utah (Territory) Legislative Council Names of members of the Legislative Council of Utah [1852]
9393c Utah (Territory) Legislative Assembly. Committee of the Judiciary Report on the Governor's message by the Committees on the Judiciary and Education [1882]
9394 Utah (Territory) Legislative Assembly. Committee of the Judiciary Report on the Governor's message relating to the "political situation," "polygamy," and "governmental action." Submitted by the Committees on the Judiciary and Education, and adopted by the Legislative Council of the territory of Utah 1882
9395 Utah (Territory) Legislative Assembly. Committee of the Judiciary Your committee, to whom was referred so much of the Governor's message as relates to the "political situation," "polygamy, " and "governmental action," beg leave to submit the following report. . . . [1882]
9391a Utah (Territory) Legislative Assembly Protest of Legislative Assembly of Utah. Memorial of the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah, protesting against the passage of the bills now pending in Congress, or any other measures inimical to the people of said territory, until after a full investigation by a Congressional committee 1884
9391b Utah (Territory) Legislative Assembly Resolution in relation to a constitutional convention [1882]
9391d Utah (Territory) Legislative Assembly Utah. Memorial of the members and officers of the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah, setting forth their grievances, and praying Congress to give them a voice in the selection of their rulers [1858]
9385b Utah (Territory) Legislative Assembly Investigation into Utah affairs. Memorial of the Legislative Assembly of Utah, asking for a commission of investigation to be sent to Utah to inquire into all alleged abuses in affairs there. February 16, 1874 [1874]
9393b Utah (Territory) Legislative Assembly Visit of the Wyoming legislature and invited guests. Proceedings of the joint session --- Programme of entertainment. February, 1884 1884
9385c Utah (Territory) Legislative Assembly Journals of the House of Representatives, Council, and joint sessions of the first annual and special sessions of the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah held at Great Salt Lake City, 1851 and 1852 1852
9385d Utah (Territory) Legislative Assembly Journals of the House of Representatives, Council and joint sessions, of the second annual and adjourned sessions of the Legislative Assembly, of the territory of Utah. Held at Great Salt Lake City, 1852 and 1853 1853
9385e Utah (Territory) Legislative Assembly Journals of the House of Representatives, Council, and joint sessions, of the third annual session, of the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah. Held at Great Salt Lake City, 1853 and 1854 1854
9385f Utah (Territory) Legislative Assembly Journal of the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah, for the fourth annual session; convened at Great Salt Lake City, 1854–5 1855
9385g Utah (Territory) Legislative Assembly Journal of the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah: for the sixth annual session: 1856–7. Convened at Fillmore, and adjourned to Great Salt Lake City 1857
9391c Utah (Territory) Legislative Assembly Rules for conducting business of the House of Representatives of the territory of Utah [1854]
9389 Utah (Territory) Legislative Assembly Memorial of the members and officers of the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah, setting forth their grievances, and praying Congress to reconsider the course already taken, to respect their constitutional rights, withdraw the troops, and give them a voice in the selection of their rulers. May 17, 1858 1858
9390 Utah (Territory) Legislative Assembly Memorial to Congress, by the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah, 1882 [1882]
9391 Utah (Territory) Legislative Assembly Mormon legislation against polygamy. The Utah Legislature, which adjourned March 8, 1888, enacted the following stringent marriage law [1888]
9392 Utah (Territory) Legislative Assembly Veto power in Utah. Memorial of the Legislative Assembly of Utah, setting forth the evils arising from the sweeping exercise of the absolute veto power of the governor, by which much needed legislation, including the general appropriation bill, has been defeated, and asking that this prerogative of the executive of the territory be withdrawn and measures adopted for immediate relief. April 19, 1886. . . . 1886
9393 Utah (Territory) Legislative Assembly The vice president presented the following letter from the secretary of the territory of Utah forwarding memorial of the Territorial Legislature in favor of restoring certain real estate to the Mormon Church [1895]
9384a Utah (Territory) Laws, statutes, etc Acts and resolutions, passed at the second annual session of the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah, begun and held on the second Monday of December A.D. 1852, at Great Salt Lake City. Also the constitution of the state of Deseret, and the ordinances of said state now in force, in the territory of Utah 1853
9384b Utah (Territory) Laws, statutes, etc Acts and resolutions passed at the third annual session of the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah: Begun and held on the second Monday of December, A.D. 1853, at Great Salt Lake City, territory of Utah 1854
9384c Utah (Territory) Laws, statutes, etc Acts, resolutions, and memorials passed at the first annual, and special sessions of the Legislative Assembly, of the territory of Utah, begun and held at Great Salt Lake City, on the 22nd day of September, A.D. 1851. Also the Constitution of the United States, and the act organizing the territory of Utah 1852
9384d Utah (Territory) Laws, statutes, etc Acts, resolutions and memorials, passed by the several annual sessions of the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah. . . . 1855
9385a Utah (Territory) Laws, statutes, etc Resolutions, acts and memorials passed at the fifth annual session of the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah: convened at Fillmore City, Dec. 11, 1855 1855 [i.e. 1856]
9384 Utah (Territory) Laws, statutes, etc An act to provide for the further organization of the militia of the territory of Utah; approved Feb. 5, 1852 1852
9382a Utah (Territory) Governor. 1893–1896 (West) Report of the governor of the territory of Utah to the secretary of the interior 1895
9382b Utah (Territory) Governor. 1893–1896 (West) Report of the governor of the territory of Utah to the secretary of the interior 1896
9381 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1893–1896 (West) Report of the governor of the territory of Utah to the secretary of the interior 1894
9380 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1893–1896 (West) Message of Governor Caleb W. West and accompanying documents to the Thirty-first Session of the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah. 1894 1894
9383 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1893–1896 (West) The vice-president presented the following memorial of the governor and Legislative Assembly in the territory of Utah for the admission of Utah into the union of states [1894]
9382 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1893–1896 (West) Report of the governor of Utah to the secretary of the interior 1893
9375 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1889–1893 (Thomas) Report of the governor of Utah to the Secretary of the Interior. 1889 1889
9376 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1889–1893 (Thomas) Report of the governor of Utah to the Secretary of the Interior. 1890 1890
9377 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1889–1893 (Thomas) Report of the governor of Utah to the Secretary of the Interior. 1891 1891
9378 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1889–1893 (Thomas) Report of the governor of Utah to the Secretary of the Interior. 1892 1893
9370 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1886–1889 (West) Governor's message. A candid document dealing freely with evils. Disloyal legislation must go. Earnest recommendations for putting Utah in harmony with American institutions—appropriations urged. . . . [1888]
9371 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1886–1889 (West) Message of his excellency Governor Caleb W. West and accompanying documents. Twenty-eighth Session of the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah 1888
9372 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1886–1889 (West) Report of the governor of Utah to the Secretary of the Interior. 1886 1886
9373 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1886–1889 (West) Report of the governor of Utah to the Secretary of the Interior. 1887 1887
9374 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1886–1889 (West) Report of the governor of Utah to the Secretary of the Interior. 1888 1888
9369a Utah (Territory) Governor. 1881 (Thomas) Governor's message, with accompanying documents. Message of His Excellency A. L. Thomas [1881]
9365 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1880–1886 (Murray) Governor's message and accompanying documents, twenty-fifth session of the Legislative Assembly, of the territory of Utah, 1882 1882
9366 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1880–1886 (Murray) Message of His Excellency Gov. Eli H. Murray, to the twenty-sixth session of the Legislative Assembly of Utah Territory, 1884, with accompanying documents. . . . 1884
9367 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1880–1886 (Murray) Report of the governor of Utah made to the Secretary of the Interior for the year 1880 1880
9368 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1880–1886 (Murray) Report of the governor of Utah, made to the Secretary of the Interior, for the year 1883 1883
9369 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1880–1886 (Murray) Report of the governor of Utah to the Secretary of the Interior, 1885 1885
9364a Utah (Territory) Governor. 1880. (Thomas) Governor's message, with accompanying documents. Message of His Excellency, A. L. Thomas. Gentlemen of the Council and House of Representatives [1882]
9362 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1876–1880 (Emery) Governor's message to the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah January 11, 1876
9363 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1876–1880 (Emery) Message of Governor Emery to the Legislative Assembly of Utah Territory convened at Salt Lake City, January 15th, 1878 1878
9361a Utah (Territory) Governor. 1871–1875 (Woods) Governor's message to the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah [1874]
9361b Utah (Territory) Governor. 1871–1875 (Woods) Letter from the secretary of war, transmitting a communication from the governor of Utah in relation to the establishment of a military post in the southern part of that territory, and recommending an appropriation for that purpose [1872]
9361 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1871–1875 (Woods) Governor's message to the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah 1872
9360 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1862–1863 (Harding) Gentlemen of the Council and House of Representatives of the territory of Utah: 1863
9360a Utah (Territory) Governor. 1862–1863 (Harding) Governor's message to the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah. Sixteenth annual session, 1866–7. Executive Office, Utah, Great Salt Lake City, Dec. 10th, 1866 [1866]
9359 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1861 (Dawson) Governor's message to the Legislative Assembly of Utah [1861]
9357b Utah (Territory) Governor. 1858–1861 (Cumming) Governor's message to the Legislative Assembly of Utah. 12th December 1860. [1860]
9355 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1858–1861 (Cumming) A proclamation [1859]
9357 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1858–1861 (Cumming) Governor's message to the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah. December 13, 1858 [1858]
9358 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1858–1861 (Cumming) Message of the president of the United States, communicating a despatch from Governor Cumming, relative to the termination of the difficulties with the territory of Utah 1858
9357a Utah (Territory) Governor. 1858–1861 (Cumming) The Governor's message to the Legislative Assembly. 12th December, 1859. To the Council and House of Representatives of the legislature of Utah: Gentlemen. . . . [1859]
9345b Utah (Territory) Governor. 1850–1858 (Young) Brigham Young, governor of the territory of Utah. To all to whom these presents shall come, greeting: [1852]
9353c Utah (Territory) Governor. 1850–1858 (Young) Proclamation by Brigham Young, governor of the territory of Utah 1851
9353d Utah (Territory) Governor. 1850–1858 (Young) Proclamation by the governor [1853]
9354c Utah (Territory) Governor. 1850–1858 (Young) Territory of Utah. Proclamation by the governor [1852]
9354b Utah (Territory) Governor. 1850–1858 (Young) Proclamation. I, Brigham Young, governor of the territory of Utah, order and direct that a special election be held on Saturday, the 15th day of November next, at the ususal places of holding elections in the following counties, and for the following officers . . . this 4th day of October, A.D. 1851. . . . [1851]
9347a Utah (Territory) Governor. 1850–1858 (Young) Governor's message: presented to the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah, December 18, 1856 [1856]
9354d Utah (Territory) Governor. 1850–1858 (Young) Territory of Utah. Proclamation by the governor. Whereas, the Utah Indians of this territory have been for some time, and still are in a state of open and declared war with the white settlers, committing injuries upon them at every opportunity, killing them, driving off their stock, and burning their mills, and dwellings . . . In testimony whereof , I have hereunto set my hand, and caused the seal of said territory to be affixed, at Great Salt Lake City, this nineteenth day of August, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-three. . . . [1853]
9353b Utah (Territory) Governor. 1850–1858 (Young) Proclamation. . . . In testimony whereof, I have hereuto set my hand and caused the seal of said territory to be affixed, at Great Salt Lake City, in the territory aforesaid, this twelfth day of March, in the year of one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two. By the governor, Brigham Young. . . . [1852]
9351a Utah (Territory) Governor. 1850–1858 (Young) Governor's message to the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah, delivered in the capitol, Fillmore City, Millard County, December eleventh, A.D. eighteen hundred and fifty-five. . . . [1855]
9346 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1850–1858 (Young) First annual message of His Excellency, Governor Brigham Young, to the Legislative Assembly of Utah Territory, September 22, 1851. Printed by order of the legislature [1851]
9347 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1850–1858 (Young) First annual message of the governor, to the Legislative Assembly of Utah Territory. September 22, 1851. [1,000 copies ordered to be printed.] 1851
9345a Utah (Territory) Governor. 1850–1858 (Young) Annual message of Governor Brigham Young, presented to the legislature of Utah, December 13, 1852 1852
9349 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1850–1858 (Young) Governor's message, to the Legislative Assembly of Utah Territory, January 5, 1852 [1852]
9350 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1850–1858 (Young) Governor's message to the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah. Delivered December eleventh, A.D. eighteen hundred and fifty four 1854
9351 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1850–1858 (Young) Governor's message to the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah, delivered in the capitol, Fillmore City, Millard County, December tenth A.D. eighteen hundred and fifty-five. . . . [1855]
9352 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1850–1858 (Young) Governor's message to the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah: delivered in Great Salt Lake City, December 15, A.D. 1857 [1857]
9353 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1850–1858 (Young) Governor's message to the members of the Council and House of Representatives of the legislature of Utah [1853]
9354 Utah (Territory) Governor. 1850–1858 (Young) Proclamation by the governor. Citizens of Utah—We are invaded by a hostile force who are evidently assailing us to accomplish our overthrow and destruction. . . . [1857]
9354a Utah (Territory) Governor. 1850–1858 (Young) Proclamation by the governor. Citizens of Utah—We are invaded by a hostile force who are evidently assailing us to accomplish our overthrow and destruction [1857]
9353a Utah (Territory) Governor. 1850–1858 (Young) Notice to the emigrants!!! I take this method of notifying all persons, en route for California that the Indians on Mary's river, heretofore, have been very hostile, and committed many depredations upon the emigrants, by stealing cattle, horses, &c. and killing many of the travelers, and will most probably prove troublesome this season. . . . Given under my hand at Great Salt Lake City, Utah Territory, the twelfth day of June, 1852. . . . [1852]
9345 Utah (Territory) Governor Report of the governor of Utah to the Secretary of the Interior for the year 1878 – 1895
9344 Utah (Territory) Courts. Supreme Court Charlotte Arthur, plaintiff vs. Brigham Young estate, defendants. Transcript and statement on appeal. Goldthwaite and Maxwell, and E. F. Dunne, for plaintiff and appellant. Sheeks & Rawlins, for the defendants and respondents 1879
9341a Utah (Territory) Constitutional Convention Memorial to the Honorable, the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States, in Congress assembled. . . . [1882]
9338 Utah (Territory) Constitutional Convention Constitution of the state of Utah, and memorial to Congress, asking admission into the Union 1887
9339 Utah (Territory) Constitutional Convention Constitution of the state of Utah, with the proceedings of the constitutional convention, abstract of vote on ratification and memorial to Congress asking admission into the Union [1887]
9341 Utah (Territory) Constitutional Convention Memorial of the constitutional convention of Utah. January 12, 1888. . . . [1888]
9342 Utah (Territory) Constitutional Convention Official report of the proceedings and debates of the convention assembled at Salt Lake City, on the fourth day of March, 1895, to adopt a constitution for the state of Utah 1898
9343 Utah (Territory) Constitutional Convention Utah Territory. Memorial of a convention of the people of the territory of Utah, accompanied by a state constitution, asking admission into the Union. December 31, 1860. . . . 1860
9329b Utah (Territory) Commissioner of Schools Biennial report of the territorial superintendent of common schools, for the years 1874–5, with historical sketch of education in Utah, and the new school law 1876
9335a Utah (Territory) Commissioner of Schools Report of the commissioner of schools for Utah Territory. Letter from governor of Utah, transmitting the fourth annual report of the commissioner of schools for Utah Territory. January 20, 1892 [1892]
9331 Utah (Territory) Commissioner of Schools Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting a letter of the governor of Utah and a report of the commissioner of public schools. January 26, 1891. . . . 1891
9332 Utah (Territory) Commissioner of Schools Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting annual report of commissioner of schools for Utah. January 10, 1894. . . . [1895]
9333 Utah (Territory) Commissioner of Schools Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting report of the commissioner of schools for Utah. January 25, 1889. . . . 1889
9334 Utah (Territory) Commissioner of Schools Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting the report of the commissioner of schools for Utah. January 19, 1893. . . . 1893
9335 Utah (Territory) Commissioner of Schools Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting the second annual report of the commissioner of schools for Utah. January 14, 1890. . . . 1890
9329a Utah (Territory) Commission for the Appointment and Government of Registrars Registration rules. Adopted by the Commission for the Appointment and Government of Registrars, etc., for the delegate election in November [1882]
9320 Utah (Territory) Citizens Admission of Utah as a state in the Union. Memorial of citizens of the territory of Utah asking for the admission of Utah as a state . . . June 23, 1882. . . . [1882]
9321 Utah (Territory) Citizens Against the admission of Utah as a state. Memorial of citizens of Utah, against the admission of that territory as a state. May 6, 1872. . . . 1872
9322 Utah (Territory) Citizens The Cullom bill! Remonstrance and resolutions adopted by a mass meeting of the citizens of Utah, held in the Tabernacle, Salt Lake City, March 31st, 1870 [1870]
9323 Utah (Territory) Citizens Memorial of citizens of Utah Territory, remonstrating against legislation asked for in a recent memorial of members of the legal profession, and asking the appointment of a commission to investigate all matters of complaint relating to that territory. February 17, 1873 1873
9324 Utah (Territory) Citizens Memorial to Congress. To the Honorable the Senate and the House of Representatives of the United States, in Congress assembled [1882]
9325 Utah (Territory) Citizens Non-Mormon citizens of Utah. Memorial of a committee of forty-five gentlemen, selected at a public meeting of non-Mormon residents and voters of Salt Lake City, in the territory of Utah, held on the 19th of January 1874, to prepare a memorial to Congress, setting forth the grievances of the non-Mormon people of said territory, and for such legislation by Congress as is needed for the full protection of all classes of people residing in said territory. February 9, 1874 1874
9326 Utah (Territory) Citizens Petition of citizens of Utah Territory praying that the elective franchise in that territory may be restricted to those who give unqualified allegiance to the government of the United States 1890
9327 Utah (Territory) Citizens Petition of residents of Utah Territory, praying that the protection of the general government may not be withdrawn from them by the admission of that territory as a state 1872
9328 Utah (Territory) Citizens To the Honorable the Senate and House of Representatives in Congress assembled [1886]
9329 Utah (Territory) Citizens To the Senate and House of Representatives in Congress assembled. We, the undersigned committee, selected at a public meeting of the non-Mormon voters of Salt Lake City, held the 19th of January, 1874, in pursuance of the following resolution. . . . [1874]
9327.7 Utah (Territory) Citizens To the honorable Senate and House of Representatives of the United States in Congress assembled 1890
9327.5 Utah (Territory) Citizens To the honorable Senate and House of Representatives of the United States in Congress assembled 1890
9327.55 Utah (Territory) Citizens To the honorable Senate and House of Representatives of the United States in Congress assembled 1890
9262a Ursenbach, Octave Frederick Redemption. An epic of the divine tragedy. Disclosing the origin, mission and destiny of man, together with the creating, peopling and redeeming of worlds 1929?]
9262 Ursenbach, Octave Frederick Redemption. An epic of the divine tragedy. Disclosing the origin, mission and destiny of man, together with the creating, peopling and redeeming of worlds [c1928]
9263a Ursenbach, Octave Frederick Redemption. An epic of the divine tragedy. Disclosing the origin, mission and destiny of man, together with the creating, peopling and redeeming of worlds 1930?]
9264 Ursenbach, Octave Frederick Why I am a "Mormon." 1910
9261 Upton, Harriet (Taylor) History of the Western Reserve. By Harriet Taylor Upton. H. G. Cutler, editor of the Lewis Publishing Company and a staff of leading citizens collaborated on the counties and biographies. Illustrated 1910
9259 Upham, Charles Wentworth Life explorations and public services of John Charles Fremont. . . . 1856
9258a Upchurch, John Jordan The life and travels of Father J. J. Upchurch, founder of the Ancient Order of United Workmen. Written by himself. To which are added poems & eulogies by prominent members of the order. Revised and edited by Sam. Booth, P. M. W. 1887
9257c Unonius, Gustaf Minnin från en sjuttonårig vistelse i nordvestra Amerika 1861 – 1862
9257d Unonius, Gustaf Mormonismen. Des Upprinnelse, Tveckling och Bekännelse 1883
9257b University of Chicago Press A study of Mormonism as a laboratory of ethics and psychology 1922]
9257a Unity Club, Nauvoo Nauvoo, the beautiful 1926?]
9095 United Society of Christian Endeavor The story of the Denver convention, being the official report of the Twenty-first International Christian Endeavor Convention held in tent endeavor and many churches. Denver, Colo., July 9–13, 1903 c1903
9094 United Irrigation District. Glenwood, Alberta, Canada A few facts and statements about the United Irrigation District. Published under the direction of the residents of the United Irrigation District ca. 1925]
9083d Union Pacific Railroad Company The overland trail and the Union Pacific Railroad ca. 1925]
9079a Union Pacific Railroad Company A description of the western resorts for health and pleasure reached via Union Pacific Railway, "The overland route." 1889
9093a Union Pacific Railroad Company Souvenir and views of the Union Pacific, "The overland route." World's pictorial line. [Fourth edition] 1901
9083b Union Pacific Railroad Company History of the Union Pacific Railroad. Issued by the Union Pacific Railroad on the occasion of the celebration at Ogden, Utah, May 10th, 1919, in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the driving of the golden spike 1919]
9083c Union Pacific Railroad Company Irrigation, its history, methods, statistics and results. Lands irrigated along the Union Pacific System 1894
9093b Union Pacific Railroad Company Union Pacific sketch book: a brief description of prominent places of interest along the line of the Union Pacific Railway and connections. With numerous illustrations 1887
9093e Union Pacific Railroad Company Utah: its people, resources, attractions, and institutions. 1903. Compiled from authentic information and the latest reports. Compliments of the Passenger Department [1904]
9093f Union Pacific Railroad Company Utah; its resources and attractions, 1899. Compliments of the Passenger Department. 9th ed 1899
9093c Union Pacific Railroad Company Union Pacific sketch book. A brief description of prominent places of interest along the line of the Union Pacific Railway and connections. With numerous illustrations. Compliments of the Passenger Department 1887
9093d Union Pacific Railroad Company Union Pacific tourist. Illustrated sketches of the principal health and pleasure resorts of the great West and Northwest, embracing Yellowstone Park and Yosemite and the chief points of interest in the Rocky Mountian region, all most easily reach via the Union Pacific Railway 1884
9075 Union Pacific Railroad Company A complete and comprehensive description of the agricultural, stock raising and mineral resources of Utah. Second edition 1888
9076 Union Pacific Railroad Company A complete and comprehensive description of the agricultural, stock raising and mineral resources of Utah. Fifth edition, revised and enlarged 1892
9077 Union Pacific Railroad Company A complete and comprehensive description of the agricultural, stock raising and mineral resources of Utah. Sixth edition, revised and enlarged 1893
9078 Union Pacific Railroad Company A complete and comprehensive description of the agricultural, stock raising and mineral resources of Utah. Seventh edition 1894
9079 Union Pacific Railroad Company Dedication of the Mormon temple, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 6, 1893. Compliments Passenger Department. . . . 1893
9090 Union Pacific Railroad Company Sights and scenes in Utah for the tourist c1888
9093g Union Pacific Railroad Company Utah. Its resources and attractions. 1901. Compliments of the Passenger Department. Tenth edition [1901]
9083 Union Pacific Railroad Company The Golden Gate Special. Union Pacific Railway, Southern Pacific Company, Pullman's Palace Car Company, between Council Bluffs or Omaha and San Francisco. A Pullman vestibuled train [c1888]
9083a Union Pacific Railroad Company The great West. Union Pacific Railway guide. Chicago to Salt Lake 1868
9084 Union Pacific Railroad Company Report of G. M. Dodge, chief engineer, with accompanying reports of chiefs of parties, for the year 1867 1868
9085 Union Pacific Railroad Company Report of G. M. Dodge, chief engineer, with accompanying reports of chiefs of parties, for 1868–'69 1870
9086 Union Pacific Railroad Company Report of Samuel B. Reed, of surveys and explorations from Green River to Great Salt Lake City [1865]
9086a Union Pacific Railroad Company Report of Thomas C. Durant, vice-president and general manager, to the board of directors, in relation to the surveys made up to the close of the year 1864 1866
9087 Union Pacific Railroad Company Report of Thomas C. Durant, vice-president and general manager, to the board of directors, in relation to the operations of the engineer department, and the construction of the road, up to the close of the year 1865 1866
9088 Union Pacific Railroad Company The resources and attractions of Utah. Compliments of Passenger Department of the Union Pacific Railway 1888
9088a Union Pacific Railroad Company The resources and attractions of Utah. Compliments of Passenger Department of the Union Pacific Railway 1889
9089 Union Pacific Railroad Company Salt Lake City. Where to go and what to see [1910]
9091 Union Pacific Railroad Company Sights and scenes in Utah for the tourist. Compliments of the Passenger Department, Union Pacific System. Second edition c1890
9092 Union Pacific Railroad Company Sights and scenes in Utah for the tourist. Compliments of the Passenger Department, Union Pacific System. Third edition c1891
9093 Union Pacific Railroad Company Sights and scenes in Utah for the tourist. Compliments of the Passenger Department. Eighth edition 1898
9092.5 Union Pacific Railroad Company Sights and scenes in Utah for tourists. Compliments of the Passenger Department, Union Pacific System. Fourth edition [1892]
9073 Underwood, Benjamin Franklin The kind of man Clark Braden is [1885]
9071b Ulvestad, Martin Nordmændene i Amerika, deres historie og rekord. Bidrag til of Bindeled mellem Norges historie of Nord-Amerikas—De forenede Staters i Särdeleshed 1907 – 1913
9071a Ullery, Jacob G Men of Vermont; an illustrated biographical history of Vermonters and sons of Vermont. Compiled by Jacob G. Ullery, under the direction of Hiram A. Huse 1894
9071 Uintah Academy Annual catalogue 1908 – 1919
9068 Udell, John Incidents of travel to California, across the great plains; together with the return trips through Central America and Jamaica; to which are added sketches of the author's life 1856
9254b U.S. War Department Military posts. Letter from the secretary of war, in answer to a resolution of the House of the 5th December, transmitting a report of inspection of military posts 1867
9254c U.S. War Department Protection across the continent. Letter from the secretary of war, in answer to a resolution of the House of December 6, 1866, transmitting information respecting the protection of the routes across the continent to the Pacific from molestation by hostile Indians [1867]
9254d U.S. War Department Report of the secretary of war, in answer to a resolution of the Senate calling for a copy of the contract made with Russell, Majors & Waddell for beef cattle; and also a statement of contracts made by the department, or under its authority, during the present session of Congress in connection with the Utah Expedition, without public notice [1858]
9248a U.S. War Department Letter from the secretary of war, transmitting a communication from the governor of Utah in relation to the establishment of a military post in the southern part of that territory, and recommending an appropriation for that purpose 1872
9246a U.S. War Department Inspection by Generals Rusling and Hazen. Letter from the secretary of war, in answer to a resolution of the House of January 3, transmitting reports of inspection made by General's Rusling and Hazen [1867]
9248d U.S. War Department Message from the president of the United States to the two houses of Congress, at the commencement of the first session of the Thirty-fourth Congress. Part II 1855
9248b U.S. War Department Letter from the secretary of war. Transmitting, in response to Senate resolution of June 11, 1888, report relative to the raising volunteer troops to guard overland and other mails from 1861 to 1866 [1889]
9244 U.S. War Department Contracts—Utah Expedition. Letter from the secretary of war, in answer to a resolution of the House calling for a statement of all contracts made in connexion [sic] with the Utah Expedition 1858
9245 U.S. War Department Estimate—Utah Expedition. Letter from the secretary of war, transmitting an estimate for subsistence of troops for the Utah Expedition 1858
9246 U.S. War Department General orders 1857–
9245a U.S. War Department General Ingalls' inspection report. Letter from the secretary of war, in answer to a resolution of the House of February 27, transmitting report of General Ingall's inspection made in 1866. March 2, 1867.—Laid on the table and ordered to be printed 1867
9254a U.S. War Department Military post, Beaver City, Utah. Letter from the secretary of war relative to an appropriation for a military post near the town of Beaver, Utah. May 7, 1872.—Referred to the Committee on Appropriations and ordered to be printed 1872
9248c U.S. War Department Letter from the secretary of war, transmitting report upon the claim of James Bridger. January 25, 1889.—Referred to the Committee on Claims and ordered to be printed [1889]
9249 U.S. War Department Message from the president of the United States, to the two houses of Congress at the commencement of the first session of the Thirty-fifth Congress 1857
9250 U.S. War Department Message from the president of the United States to the two houses of Congress at the commencement of the first session of the Thirty-sixth Congress . . . Volume II 1860
9251 U.S. War Department Message from the president of the United States to the two houses of Congress at the commencement of the second session of the Thirty-fifth Congress 1858
9252 U.S. War Department Message from the president of the United States to the two houses of Congress at the commencement of the second session of the Thirty-sixth Congress. Volume II 1860
9253 U.S. War Department Message of the president of the United States to the two houses of Congress at the commencement of the first session of the Thirty-fifth Congress. Vol. II 1858
9255 U.S. War Department Reports of explorations and surveys, to ascertain the most practicable and economical route for a railroad from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean. Made under the direction of the secretary of war, in 1853-[6]. . . . 1855 – 1860
9256 U.S. War Department The war of the rebellion. A compilation of the official records of the Union and Confederate armies. Published under the direction of the. . . . 1880 – 1901
9235a U.S. Utah Commission Minority report. Utah Commission [1887]
9236b U.S. Utah Commission Minority report of the Utah Commission. Presented by Gen. John A. McClernand [1891]
9237a U.S. Utah Commission Polygamy in Utah. Message from the president of the United States, transmitting a communication from the Secretary of the Interior relative to polygamy in Utah 1884
9239a U.S. Utah Commission Report of the Utah Commission as to the management of the Industrial Christian Home of Utah Territory [1890]
9234 U.S. Utah Commission Industrial Christian Home Association of Utah. Communication from the Utah Commissioners transmitting their annual report to Congress. December 5, 1892.—Referred to the Committee on the Territories and ordered to be printed [1893]
9231 U.S. Utah Commission Circular for the information of registration officers, Salt Lake City, April 21, 1885 [1885]
9232 U.S. Utah Commission The Edmunds act, reports of the Commission. Rules, regulations and decisions, and population, registration and election tables, etc. For the information of registration and election officers in Utah 1883
9233 U.S. Utah Commission The Edmunds act. Reports of the Utah Commission, rules, regulations and decisions, and population, registration and election tables, &c. For the information of registration and election officers in Utah 1883
9235 U.S. Utah Commission Industrial Christian Home of Utah. Letter from the chairman of the Utah Commission acting as a board for the management and control of the Industrial Christian Home Association of Utah, transmitting the report of the Commission respecting the operations of that association. February 24, 1892.—Referred to the Committee on the Territories and ordered to be printed [1892]
9236 U.S. Utah Commission Minority report of the Utah Commission. Existing laws declared sufficient. No more legislation needed. Some facts ignored by the majority report 1887
9237 U.S. Utah Commission Oath prescribed by Utah Commission for voters to take when applying for registration [1887]
9238 U.S. Utah Commission Registration. Order of the Commissioners [1882]
9239 U.S. Utah Commission Report 1882 – 1896
9240 U.S. Utah Commission Rules and regulations for the revision of the registration lists, and the conduct of the election, Nov. 7, 1882 1882
9241 U.S. Utah Commission Sir: I enclose herewith a commission appointing you a judge of election for the general election in November, 1893. Upon your acceptance of the appointment, please subscribe and swear to the oath enclosed, and return the same to me. The following has been prepared by the commission for the information of election judges. . . . 1893
9242 U.S. Utah Commission Special report of the Utah Commission, made to the Secretary of the Interior, 1884 1884
9233a U.S. Utah Commission In the Senate of the United States. December 5, 1893.—Referred to the Committee of Territories and ordered to be printed. The vice-president presented the following report of the Utah Commission, with copies of correspondence between said commission and various officials of the government and others, relative to the occupancy of the Industrial Christian Home Building at Salt Lake City, Utah [1895]
9243a U.S. Utah Commission Which of the claimants is entitled to be sworn as delegate? Respectfully submitted to the 47th Congress of the United States [1881]
9230 U.S. Supreme Court The United States, appellant, vs. the late corporation of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints et al. Appeal from the Supreme Court of the territory of Utah 1893
9227b U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Letter from the secretary of the treasury, transmitting, a report upon the mineral resources of the states and territories west of the Rocky Mountains 1867
9229 U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Willard Richards, acting secretary of Utah. Letter from the secretary of the treasury, transmitting a copy of a communication from the comptroller recommending an appropriation for the payment of Willard Richards, while acting as secretary of Utah [1852]
9227a U.S. Public Lands Commission Report of the Public Lands Commission, created by the act of March 3, 1879, related to public lands in the western portion of the United States and to the operation of existing land laws 1880
9227 U.S. President, 1889–1893 (Harrison) By the president of the United States. A proclamation [1893]
9225a U.S. President, 1885–1889 (Cleveland) Message of the president of the United States communicated to the two houses of Congress at the beginning of the second session of the Fiftieth Congress 1888
9226 U.S. President, 1885–1889 (Cleveland) Message from the president of the United States, recommending the immediate enactment of such legislation as will authorize the assembling of the legislature of Utah Territory in special session to make the necessary appropriations for the expenses of that territory 1886
9226a U.S. President, 1885–1889 (Cleveland) Message of the president of the United States, transmitting report of the board of control of the Industrial Home of Utah 1888
9224 U.S. President, 1881–1885 (Arthur) Message of the president of the United States communicated to the two houses of Congress at the beginning of the first session of the Forty-eighth Congress 1883
9225 U.S. President, 1881–1885 (Arthur) Message of the president of the United States communicated to the two houses of Congress at the beginning of the second session of the Forty-eighth Congress 1884
9223 U.S. President, 1877–1881 (Hayes) Annual message of the president of the United States, to the two houses of Congress at the commencement of the third session of the Forty-sixth Congress 1880
9222a U.S. President, 1869–1877 (Grant) Message from the president of the United States, in relation to the condition of affairs in the territory of Utah [1873]
9215a U.S. President, 1857–1861 (Buchanan) Message from the president of the United States to the two houses of Congress, at the commencement of the first session of the Thirty-fourth Congress 1857
9216a U.S. President, 1857–1861 (Buchanan) Message of the president of the United States to the two houses of Congress at the commencement of the second session of the Thirty-fifth Congress 1858
9216 U.S. President, 1857–1861 (Buchanan) Message from the president of the United States to the two houses of Congress, at the commencement of the first session of the Thirty-fifth Congress 1857
9217 U.S. President, 1857–1861 (Buchanan) Message of the president of the United States to the two houses of Congress at the commencement of the second session of the Thirty-fifth Congress [1858]
9219 U.S. President, 1857–1861 (Buchanan) Message of the president of the United States communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, the corresponding between the judges of Utah and the attorney general or president, with reference to the legal proceedings and conditions of affairs in that territory. . . . 1860
9220 U.S. President, 1857–1861 (Buchanan) A proclamation [1858]
9221 U.S. President, 1857–1861 (Buchanan) The Utah Expedition. Message from the president of the United States, transmitting reports from the secretaries of state, of war, of the interior, and of the attorney-general, relative to the military expedition ordered into the territory of Utah. February 26, 1858. Referred to the Committee on Territories [1858]
9222 U.S. President, 1857–1861 (Buchanan) Utah Territory. Message of the president of the U.S., communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the House, copies of correspondence relative to the condition of affairs in the territory of Utah. . . . 1860
9215 U.S. President, 1857–1861 (Buchanan) Cessation of difficulties in Utah. Message from the president of the United States relative to the probable termination of Mormon troubles in Utah Territory. June 10, 1858 [1858]
9214 U.S. President, 1850–1853 (Fillmore) Utah. Message from the president of the United States, transmitting information in reference to the condition of affairs in the territory of Utah. January 9, 1852. . . . [1852]
9213 U.S. President, 1849–1850 (Taylor) California and New Mexico. Message from the president of the United States, transmitting information in answer to a resolution of the House of the 31st of December, 1849, on the subject of California and New Mexico. January 24, 1850. Committed to the Committee of the whole House on the state of the Union and ordered to be printed; and a motion to print 10,000 extra copies referred to the Committee on Printing. February 6, 1850 [1850]
9211a U.S. President, 1845–1849 (Polk) Messages of the president of the United States with correspondence, therewith communicated between the secretary of war and other officers of the government 1848
9212 U.S. President, 1845–1849 (Polk) Occupation of Mexican Territory. Message from the president of the United States transmitting in answer to a resolution of the House of Representatives of December 15, 1846, reports from the secretary of war and the secretary of the navy relative to the occupation of Mexican territory 1912
9211 U.S. Post-Office Department Postmasters in Idaho living in polygamy. Letter from the postmaster-general, transmitting, in response to a senate resolution of April 20, 1904, the report of post-office inspector M. C. Fosnes relative to what, if any, postmasters in Idaho are living in polygamy. Jan. 4, 1905 [1905]
9210 U.S. Office of Indian Affairs Accounts of Brigham Young, Supt. of Indian Affairs in Utah Territory. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting report of the investigation of the acts of Governor Young, ex-officio superintendent of Indian affairs in Utah Territory. . . . 1862
9209a U.S. National Park Service Circular of general information regarding Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona 1929
9209b U.S. National Park Service Glimpses of our national monuments 1930
9204 U.S. Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories Report of the U.S. Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories . . . by F. V. Hayden, U.S. Geologist 1867 – [1883]
9200 U.S. Geographical Surveys West of the 100th Meridian Annual report upon the geographical surveys of the territory of the United States west of the 100th meridian, in the states and territories of California, Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, Nevada, Oregon, Texas, Arizona, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. By George M. Wheeler, first lieutenant Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army. Being Appendix NN of the annual report of the chief of engineers for 1878 1878
9201 U.S. Geographical Surveys West of the 100th Meridian Annual report upon the geographical surveys of the territory of the United States west of the 100th meridian, in the states and territories of California, Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, Nevada, Oregon, Texas, Arizona, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. By George M. Wheeler, captain Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army. Being Appendix OO of the annual report of the chief of engineers for 1879 1879
9202 U.S. Geographical Surveys West of the 100th Meridian Progress-report upon geographical and geological explorations and surveys west of the 100th meridian in 1872, under the direction of Brig. Gen. A. A. Humphreys, chief of engineers, U.S. Army, by First Lieut. George M. Wheeler 1874
9203 U.S. Geographical Surveys West of the 100th Meridian Report upon the United States Geographical Survey West of the 100th Meridian, in charge of Capt. Geo. M. Wheeler, Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army, under the direction of the chief of engineers, U.S. Army. Published by authority of the honorable, the secretary of war, in accordance with acts of Congress of June 23, 1874, and February 15, 1875. In seven volumes and one supplement, accompanied by one topographic and one geologic atlas 1875 – 1889
9199a U.S. General Land Office Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting, in response to Senate resolution of 23d March, the report of the Commissioner of the General Land Office upon the subjects embraced therein 1880
9197 U.S. District Court. Utah. (Third District) Arrest of militia officers in Utah Territory. Opinion of Justice C. M. Hawley. Territory of Utah, Third District Court, The United States vs George M. Ottinger [and others] [1870]
9199 U.S. District Court. Utah. (Third District) Exposures of a rotten priesthood by the Grand Jury of the Third District Court of Utah. February, 1878 [1878]
9196b U.S. District Court. Utah. (Second District) Report of the grand jury of the second district of Utah Territory, September term, 1859 1859
9195 U.S. Department of the Treasury In the Senate of the United States. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, inclosing papers in the claim of George Q. Cannon for money covered in the teasury on a forfeited bond. February 4, 1893.—Referred to the Committee on Claims and ordered to be printed 1893
9196 U.S. Department of the Treasury Utah—public buildings—further appropriations. Letter from the secretary of the treasury, transmitting communications in regard to the necessity of further appropriations for public buildings in Utah 1854
9189b U.S. Department of the Interior Compensation of commissioners under the act for the suppression of bigamy, etc. Message from the president of the United States, transmitting a communication from the Secretary of the Interior, recommending amendments to the act in reference to bigamy, approved March 22, 1882 1882
9189c U.S. Department of the Interior Enforcement of the anti-polygamy act. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting certain petitions for enforcing the anti-polygamy act of 1862 [1879]
9189d U.S. Department of the Interior Indians of Skull Valley and Deep Creek, Utah. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting report of the special agent appointed July 3, 1911, to visit the Indians of Skull Valley and Deep Creek and other detached Indians of Utah 1912
9189a U.S. Department of the Interior Alleged connection of certain Mormons with the Piute and Navajo outbreak. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior in response to resolution of the House of Representatives relative to the alleged action of certain Mormons in inciting the Piute and Navajo Indians to outbreak 1882
9191 U.S. Department of the Interior Message of the president of the United States, communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, information in relation to the massacre at Mountain Meadows, and other massacres in Utah Territory 1860
9192 U.S. Department of the Interior Pacific wagon roads. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting a report upon the several wagon roads constructed under the direction of the Interior Department 1859
9193 U.S. Department of the Interior Polygamy in Utah. Message from the president of the United States transmitting a communication from the Secretary of the Interior relative to polygamy in Utah 1884
9188b U.S. Department of State Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States, Transmitted to Congress. . . . 1879 – 1900
9188a U.S. Department of Labor A report on marriage and divorce in the U.S. 1867–1886; including an appendix relating to marriage and divorce in certain countries in Europe, by Carroll D. Wright, Feb. 1889 1889
9188 U.S. Consuls Reports from the consuls of the United States. Vol. XXVII. July–September, 1888 1888
9187 U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary In the Senate of the United States. May 4, 1840. Submitted, laid on the table, and ordered to be printed. Mr. Wall made the following report: The Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the memorial of a delegation of the Latter Day Saints, commonly called Mormons, report [1840]
9187a U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary Maintenance of a lobby to influence legislation. Hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Sixty-third Congress, first session pursuant to S. Res. 92, a resolution instructing the Committee on the Judiciary to investigate the charge that a lobby is maintained to influence legislation pending in the Senate, Part 4. . . . 1913
9184a U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Territories Resolutions 1888
9178a U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Territories Constitution adopted by a constitutional convention held at Boise, in the territory of Idaho, August 6, 1889 1890
9176 U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Territories Admission of Idaho. Committee on Territories, January 21, 1890 [1890]
9176a U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Territories The admission of Utah. Arguments in favor of the admission of Utah as a state, made before the Committee on Territories of the United States Senate, first session, Fiftieth Congress, Saturday, February 18, 1888 1888
9177 U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Territories The admission of Utah. Arguments in favor of the admission of Utah as a state, made before the Committee on Territories of the United States Senate, first session, Fiftieth Congress, Saturday, February 18, 1888 1888
9178 U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Territories Admission of Utah. Report of a hearing before the Committee on Territories of the United States Senate in regard to the proposed admission of the territory of Utah as a state in the federal union [1888]
9182a U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Territories In the Senate of the United States. The constitution of the proposed state of Idaho. Hearing before the Committee on Territories [1890]
9179 U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Territories Hearings before the Committee on Territories in regard to the admission of Utah as a state 1889
9180 U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Territories Hearings before the Committee on Territories in relation to the exercise of the elective franchise in the territory of Utah [1890]
9181 U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Territories Hearings before the Committee on Territories of the U.S. Senate in relation to the bill (S. 1306) for the local government of Utah Territory, and to provide for the election of certain officers in said territory 1892
9182 U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Territories Home rule for Utah; arguments made by a delegation from Utah before the Senate Committee on Territories, first session, 52nd. Congress, in favor of passage of S. 1306. "A bill for the local government of Utah Territory and to provide for the election of certain officers in the said territory." 1892
9183 U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Territories In the Senate of the United States. February 15, 1863.—Ordered to be printed. Mr. Wade, from the Committee on Territories, submitted the following report. The Committee on Territories, to whom was referred the resolution of the Senate of the 16th of January in regard to the suppression of the publication of the message of the governor of the territory of Utah, have had the same under consideration and beg leave to report 1863
9184 U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Territories In the Senate of the United States. May 17, 1894.—Ordered to be printed. Mr. Faulkner, from the Committee on Territories, submitted the following report: [To accompany H. R. 352.] [1895]
9185 U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Territories Utah as it is. Arguments made by delegations from Utah before the Senate Committee on Territories, first session, Fifty-second Congress. In favor of the passage of the pending bills providing for statehood or local government for the territory of Utah [S. 1306 and S. 1653] 1892
9170 U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Privileges and Elections Contents of testimony taken before the Committee on Privileges and Elections of the United States Senate in the matter of the protests against the right of Hon. Reed Smoot a Senator from the state of Utah, to hold his seat . . . Compiled for Mr. Smoot [1906]
9174a U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Privileges and Elections Reed Smoot. June 11, 1906.—Ordered to be printed. Mr. Foraker, from the Committee on Privileges and Elections, submitted the following as the views of the minority. [Senate Resolution 205, Fifty-seventh Congress, second session] 1906
9172a U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Privileges and Elections In the matter of the protests against the right of Hon. Reed Smoot, a senator from the state of Utah, to hold his seat. Arguments of A. S. Worthington and Waldemar Van Cott, on behalf of the respondent 1905
9173 U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Privileges and Elections Proceedings before the Committee on Privileges and Elections of the United States Senate in the matter of the protests against the right of Hon. Reed Smoot, a senator from the state of Utah, to hold his seat. . . . 1904 – 1906
9174 U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Privileges and Elections The protests against the right Hon. Reed Smoot, a senator from the state of Utah, to hold his seat. Testimony taken during the months of January, February, and March, 1904 [1904]
9175 U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Privileges and Elections Testimony of important witnesses as given in the proceedings before the Committee on Privileges and Elections of the United States Senate. In the matter of the protest against the right of Hon. Reed Smoot, a senator from the state of Utah, to hold his seat 1905
9169b U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Military Affairs, and the Militia In the Senate of the United States . . . Report [To accompany bill S. 211.] 1858
9169a U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Education and Labor Notes of a hearing before the Committee on Education and Labor, United States Senate, May 7, 1886, on the proposed establishment of a school under the direction of the Industrial Christian Home Association of Utah [1886]
9169 U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Education and Labor In the Senate of the United States. June 5, 1886.—Ordered to be printed. Mr. Blair, from the Committee on Education and Labor, submitted the following report: [To accompany amendment by Mr. Blair to the sundry civil appropriation bill] 1886
9166i U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Claims Report: [To accompany S. 1198.] Your committee, to whom was referred the bill (S.1198) entitled "A bill for the relief of James Bridger or his legal representatives.". . . . 1892
9166h U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Claims Report: [To accompany bill S. 905] The Committee on Claims, to whom was referred the bill (S. 905) for the relief of Richard H. and James Porter, having carefully considered the same, make the following report. . . . [1882]
9166j U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Claims Report: [To accompany bill S. 1368]. The Committee on Claims, to whom was referred the bill (S. 1368) for the relief of Richard H. Porter and James Porter, having had the same under consideration, beg respectfully to submit the following report 1886
9166d U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Claims Report: [To accompany S. 217.] 1894
9166e U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Claims Report: [To accompany bill S. 282.] The Committee on Claims, to whom was referred the bill (S. 282) for the relief of James Bridger, submit the following report thereon [1882]
9166g U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Claims Report: [To accompany bill S. 304.] The Committee on Claims, to whom was referred Senate bill 304, have had the same under consideration and submit the following report [1881]
9166k U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Claims Report: [To accompany bills S. 1391 and 2166] 1864
9167 U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Claims Mr. Mitchell, from the Committee on Claims, submitted the following report: [To accompany S. 3863.] 1893
9166f U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Claims Report: [To accompany bill S. 286] The Committee on Claims, to whom was referred the bill S. (286) referring to the Court of Claims the claims of Joseph C. Irwin & Co. and C. A. Perry & Co., have had the same under consideration, and report as follows [1886]
9165 U.S. Congress. House. Special Committee to Investigate the Eligibility of Brigham H. Roberts, of Utah, to a seat in the House of Representatives Election case of Brigham H. Roberts, of Utah. December 7, 1899 [1900]
9166 U.S. Congress. House. Special Committee to Investigate the Eligibility of Brigham H. Roberts, of Utah, to a seat in the House of Representatives Election case of Brigham H. Roberts, of Utah. Statement of Mr. Roberts before the Committee January 5 and 6, 1900 [1900]
9163 U.S. Congress. House. Special Committee on the case of Brigham H. Roberts Case of Brigham H. Roberts, of Utah. January 20, 1900.—Referred to the House calendar and ordered to be printed. Mr. Tayler of Ohio, from the Special Committee on the case of Brigham H. Roberts, submitted the following report. [To accompany H. Res. 107.] 1900
9164 U.S. Congress. House. Special Committee on the case of Brigham H. Roberts Report of the Special Committee on the Case of Brigham H. Roberts of Utah, being report No. 85. 56th Congress, 1st session. Reprinted for the use of the Special Committee appointed under authority of H. R. No. 6, concerning the right of Victor L. Berger to be sworn in as a member of the 66th Congress 1919
9162 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on War Claims James Bridger. June 4, 1892. Committed to the Committee of the whole House and ordered to be printed. Mr. Cobb, of Missouri, from the Committee on War Claims, submitted the following report: [To accompany S. 1198.] The Committee on War Claims, to whom was referred the bill (S. 1198) for the relief of the heirs of James Bridger, deceased, submit the following report: 1892
9148a U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories Carson Valley, Utah—annexation to state of California—and eastern boundary of California. . . .Report. The Committee on Territories, to whom were referred the petitions of the citizens of Carson Valley, Utah Territory. . . . 1857
9138 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories Admission of Idaho into the Union. March 26, 1890.—Ordered to be printed and recommitted to the Committee on Territories. Mr. Dorsey, from the Committee on the Territories, submitted the following report: [To accompany bill H. R. 4562.] [1890]
9140 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories Admission of Idaho into the Union. Mr. Mansur submitted the following as the views of the minority! [On the bill (H. R. 4562) "To provide for the admission into the Union of the state of Idaho and for other purposes."] [1890]
9141 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories Admission of the state of Utah. March 2, 1889.—Referred to the House calendar and ordered to be printed. Mr. Springer, from the Committee on Territories, submitted the following report: [To accompany bill H. R. 4428] 1889
9143 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories The admission of Utah. Arguments in favor of the admission of Utah as a state, made before the House Committee on Territories. Second Session, Fiftieth Congress, January 12–22, 1889 1889
9144 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories Admission of Utah. Report of the Committee on the Territories on the admission of Utah as a state, to the House of Representatives, second session, Fiftieth Congress 1889
9145 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories Admission of Utah. January 24, 1893.—Committed to the committee of the whole House on the state of the Union and ordered to be printed. Mr. Mansur, from the Committee on the Territories, submitted the following report [To accompany H. R. 10190.] 1893
9146 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories Admission of Utah. November 2, 1893.—Committed to the Committee of the whole House on the state of the Union and ordered to be printed. Mr. Kilgore, from the Committee on the Territories, submitted the following report: [To accompany H. R. 352.] 1893
9147 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories Amendment to section 5352, revised statutes. April 29, 1890.—Referred to the House calendar and ordered to be printed. Mr. Struble, from the Committee on Territories, submitted the following report: [To accompany H. R. 9264.] 1891
9149 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories The condition of Utah. July 23, 1866. Mr. James M. Ashley, from the Committee on the Territories, made the following report. The Committee on the Territories to whom were referred the subjointed resolutions, have had the subject matter therein named under consideration, and herewith submit the testimony of such witnesses as they have been able to bring before them 1866
9150 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories Elective franchise in Utah. June 13, 1878.—Recommitted to the Committee on the Territories and ordered to be printed. Mr. Cravens, from the Committee on the Territories, submitted the following report: [To accompany bill H. R. 2078.] 1878
9151 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories Execution of the laws in Utah. [To accompany bill H. R. 1089.] February 3, 1870.—Recommitted to the Committee on the Territories and ordered to be printed. Mr. Cullom, from the Committee on the Territories, made the following report. The Committee on the Territories, to whom was referred House bill No. 696, "A bill in aid of the execution of the laws in the Territory of Utah, and for other purposes," have considered the same, and make the following report 1870
9152 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories Hearings before the Committee on Territories in regard to the admission of Utah as a state 1889
9153 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories Local government for the territory of Utah. April 1, 1892.—Committed to the Committee of the whole House on the state of the Union and ordered to be printed. Mr. Washington, from the Committee on the Territories, submitted the following report: [To accompany H. R. 7690] 1892
9154 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories Local government for Utah. Arguments by the delegation from Utah, made before the House Committee on the Territories, first session, Fifty-second Congress, in favor of the passage of H. R. 524 1892
9155 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories Marriages in territory of Utah. April 24, 1884.—Referred to the House calendar and ordered to be printed. Mr. Alexander, from the Committee on the Territories, submitted the following report: [To accompany bill H. R. 6765.] The Committee on the Territories, to whom was referred the bill (H. R. 946) to provide for the governing of the territory of Utah by a commission, submit the following: 1884
9156 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories Notes of a hearing before the Committee on Territories of the House of Representatives on bill (H. R. 524) "For the local government of Utah Territory and to provide for the election of certain officers in said territories." [1892]
9157 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories Notes of a hearing before the Committee on Territories of the House of Representatives on bill (H. R. 524) for the local government of Utah Territory and to provide for the election of certain officers in said territories 1892
9158 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories Proposed additional legislation for Utah Territory. . . . 1886
9159 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories Reorganization of the legislative power of Utah Territory. April 26, 1884.—Referred to the House calendar and ordered to be printed. Mr. Joseph D. Taylor, from the Committee on the Territories, submitted the following as the views of the minority [To accompany bill H. R. 6765.] The minority of the Committee on the Territories, to whom was referred the bill (H. R. 946) to reorganize the legislative power of Utah Territory, having leave from the house to express its views, respectfully submit the following 1884
9160 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories Territory of Nevada. [To accompany bill H. R. No. 567.] May 12, 1858. Mr. William Smith, from the Committee on the Territories, made the following report. The Committee on Territories, to whom was referred the petition of numerous citizens of the United States residing in the territory of Utah, asking for the creation of a new territory, to be formed from the western portion thereof, have, according to order, had the same under consideration, and respectfully submit the following report: 1858
9160b U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories True condition of Utah. Arguments by delegations from Utah, made before the House Committee on Territories, first session, Fifty-second Congress, in favor of the passage of the pending bills providing for statehood or home rule for the Territory of Utah [H. R. 524 and H. R. 4008] 1892
9137a U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Post-Roads and Post Office Resolution [1900]
9137 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Post-Office and Post-Roads John C. Graham and Orson Smith. March 13, 1900.—Referred to the House calendar and ordered to be printed. Mr. McPherson, for the Committee on the Post-Office and Post-Roads, submitted the following report. The Committee on the Post-Office. . . . [1900]
9126a U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary J. and R. H. Porter. July 15, 1882—Laid on the table and ordered to be printed. Mr. Payson, from the Committee on the Judiciary, submitted the following report: [To accompany bill S. 905.] The committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the bill (S. 905) for the relief of J. and R. H. Porter, having had the same under consideration, would respectfully report 1882
9127b U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary Polygamy . . . Report. [To accompany H. Res. 176.] The Committee on the Judiciary to whom have been referred House resolutions 16, 50, 140, and 143, for the amendment of the Constitution of the United States, beg leave to report [1886]
9122a U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. October 3, 1893. Referred to the House calendar and ordered to be printed. Mr. Bailey, from the Committee on the Judiciary, submitted the following report: [To accompany H. Res. 34] [1893]
9122 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary Bigamy. August 15, 1886.—Referred to the House calendar and ordered to be printed. Mr. Bennett, from the Committee on the Judiciary, submitted the following views of the minority [To accompany bill S. 10.] 1886
9123 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. February 25, 1896.—Referred to the House calendar and ordered to be printed. Mr. Broderick, from the Committee on the Judiciary, submitted the following report: [To accompany H. Res. 96] February 25, 1896
9124 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary Hearing before the Committee on the Judiciary on the proposed amendment to the Constitution of the United States prohibiting polygamy. Statement of Rev. William R. Campbell 1900
9125 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary Industrial Home, Salt Lake City, Utah. May 12, 1896.—Committed to the Committee of the whole House on the state of the Union and ordered to be printed. Mr. Broderick, from the Committee on the Judiciary, submitted the following report: [To accompany H. R. 7935] May 2, 1898
9126 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary J. and R. H. Porter. June 15, 1882.—Laid on the table and ordered to be printed. Mr. Payson, from the Committee on the Judiciary, submitted the following report: [To Accompany bill S. 905] The Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the bill (S. 905) for the relief of J. and R. H. Porter, having had the same under consideration, would respectfully report [1882]
9127 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary Polygamy [Hearing, February 25, 1902] 1914]
9128 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary Polygamy in the territorities [sic] of the United States [to accompany bill H. R. no. 7]. March 14, 1869. Mr. Nelson, from the Committee on the Judiciary, made the following report. The Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred "A bill to punish and prevent the practice of polygamy in the territories of the United States and other places, and disapproving and annulling certain acts of the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah," having had the same under consideration, report as follows: 1860
9129 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary Prohibiting polygamy. February 21, 1888.—Referred to the House calendar and ordered to be printed. Mr. Culberson, from the Committee on the Judiciary, submitted the following report: [To accompany H. Report 116]. The Committee on the Judiciary, having had under consideration House resolutions Nos. 45 and 49, each proposing an amendment to the Constitution prohibiting polygamy within the United States, reports the following substitute for said resolutions, and recommend its passage 1888
9130 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary Proposed legislation for Utah Territory [1886]
9127a U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary Polygamy. May 24, 1886.—Referred to the House calendar and ordered to be printed. Mr. Tucker, from the Committee on the Judiciary, submitted the following report: [To accompany H. Res. 176.] The Committee on the Judiciary to whom have been referred House resolutions 16, 50, 140 and 143, for the amendment of the Constitution of the United States, beg leave to report 1886
9133 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary Section 5352 of the revised statutes. September 26, 1890.—Referred to the House calendar and ordered to be printed. Mr. Caswell, from the Committee on the Judiciary, submitted the following report: [To accompany S. 4047.] [1891]
9134 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary Suppression of polygamy in Utah. June 10, 1886.—Referred to the House calendar and ordered to be printed. Mr. Tucker, from the Committee on the Judiciary, submitted the following report: [To accompany bill S. 10.] 1886
9135 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary To prevent persons living in bigamy or polygamy from holding any civil office of trust or profit in any of the territories of the United States, and from being delegates in Congress. February 14, 1882.—Referred to the House calendar and ordered to be printed. Mr. Willts, from the Committee on the Judiciary, submitted the following report: [To accompany bill H.R. 4436] 1882
9136 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary Utah. February 28, 1867.—Ordered to be printed. Mr. Cook, from the Committee on the Judiciary, made the following report. The Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the memorial of the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Utah, praying for the repeal of "An act to prevent and punish the practice of polygamy in the territories of the United States," respectfully report 1867
9121 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Roads The old Oregon Trail. Hearings before the Committee on Roads, House of Representatives, Sixty-eighth Congress, second session on H.J. Res. 232, H.J. Res. 328 and S. 2053. January 23, February 13, 19, and 21, 1925. . . . 1925
9119a U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Naval Affairs House of Representatives, the Committee on Naval Affairs, Tuesday, May 16, 1911 . . . with reference to the silver service that is proposed to be presented to the battleship Utah [1911]
9116a U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Elections Delegate from the territory of Utah . . . Report: The Committee on Elections, to whom was referred the application and accompanying papers of John T. Caine, asking to be admitted to a seat in the Forty-seventh Congress as a delegate from the territory of Utah, having had the same under consideration, beg leave to report as follows: 1883
9116b U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Elections George Q. Cannon, delegate from Utah. Report. The Committee on Elections, to whom were referred certain charges made against Mr. George Q. Cannon, Delegate from Utah Territory, respectfully report. . . . [1875]
9116c U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Elections George Q. Cannon, delegate from Utah. Views of the minority [1875]
9117a U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Elections Papers in the case of McGrorty vs. Hooper, delegate from territory of Utah [1867]
9115 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Elections Almon W. Babbitt, delegate from Deseret. April 4, 1850 . . . Mr. Strong, from the Committee of Elections, made the following report: The Committee of Elections, to whom were referred the credentials of Almon W. Babbitt, Esq., and his memorial praying to be admitted to a seat in the House of Representatives as a delegate from the provisional state of Deseret, respectfully submit the following report 1850
9116 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Elections Cannon vs. Campbell. Testimony and papers in the contested election case of Geo. Q. Cannon vs. Allen G. Campbell, from the territory of Utah 1882
9116d U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Elections George R. Maxwell vs. George Q. Cannon—contested election, territory of Utah . . . Mr. Gerry W. Hazelton, from the Committee on Election, submitted the following report: The Committee on Elections, to whom was referred the above-entitled case, having had the same under consideration, beg leave to submit the following report 1874
9117 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Elections McGrorty vs. Hooper . . . Report of the Committee of Elections upon the contested election case of McGrorty vs. Hooper, sitting delegate from the Territory of Utah, referred to the Committee of Elections, first session, 40th Congress, 1868 1868
9118 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Elections Pay and mileage allowed George Q. Cannon. June 10, 1882 . . . Mr. Miller, from the Committee on Elections, submitted the following report 1882
9115a U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Elections Cannon vs. Campbell, contested-election case from the territory of Utah. February 28, 1882.—Ordered to be printed. Mr. Calkins, from the Committee on Elections, submitted the following report: In the matter of the contest of George Q. Cannon against Allen G. Campbell, territory of Utah. Views of Mr. Calkins 1882
9113k U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Election of President, Vice-President, and Representatives in Congress Amendments to the Constitution prohibiting polygamy, etc. Report. [To accompany H. Res. 354.] The Committee on Election of President, Vice-President, and Representatives in Congress, to whom was referred the joint resolution (H. Res. 354) proposing amendments. . . . 1899
9113j U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Election of President, Vice-President, and Representatives in Congress Amendments to the Constitution prohibiting polygamy, etc 1899
9114 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Election of President, Vice-President, and Representatives in Congress Disqualifying polygamists for election as senators, etc . . . Mr. Snodgrass, from the Committee on Election of President, Vice-President, and Representatives in Congress, submitted the following report: [To accompany H. J. Res. 1] February 16, 1900
9113d U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Claims Emma Bidamon. Report. Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of Emma Bidamon, report. . . . [1856]
9113g U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Claims Richard H. Porter and James Porter [1886]
9113h U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Claims Richard H. Porter and James Porter . . . Report: [To accompany bill H.R. 4540.] 1882
9113i U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Claims Utah Expedition. Report. [To accompany bill H. R. 8283] The Committee on Claims, to whom was referred the bill (H. R. 4507) referring to the Court of Claims for property seized by General Johnston on the Utah Expedition, having carefully considered the same, make the following report 1885
9113f U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Claims J. C. Irwin & Co. and Charles W. Perry & Co., March 13, 1896,—Committed to the Committee of the whole House and ordered to be printed [1896]
9113e U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Claims Heirs of James Bridger. February 20, 1896.—Committed to the Committee of the whole House and ordered to be printed. Mr. Downing, from the Committee on Claims, submitted the following report: [To accompany S. 82] [1896]
9113 U.S. Congress. House Joint resolution, proposing an amendment to the Constitution to disqualify persons found guilty of polygamy or polygamous cohabitation from holding office [1900]
9111 U.S. Congress. House Joint resolution. Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States prohibiting polygamy [1899]
9112 U.S. Congress. House Joint resolution. Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States prohibiting polygamy and polygamous cohabitation within the bounds of a state or territory of the United States [1899]
9110b U.S. Congress. House H. R. 9689. A bill to enable the people of Utah to form a constitution and state government, and to be admitted into the Union on an equal footing with the original states 1892
9108 U.S. Congress Congressional Record. Containing the proceedings and debates of Congress. (Formerly Congressional Globe and Annals of Congress) 1833–
9109 U.S. Congress Joint resolution proposing amendments to the Constitution disqualifying polygamists for election as senators and representatives in Congress, and prohibiting polygamy and polygamous association of cohabitation between the sexes 1899
9107b U.S. Congress An act to amend an act entitled "An act to amend section fifty-three hundred and fifty-two of the Revised Statues of the United States, in reference to bigamy, and for other purposes," approved March twenty-second, eighteen hundred and eighty-two [1887]
9107a U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, transmitted with the message of the President, at the opening of the first session of the Thirtieth Congress, 1847 . . . 1848 1848
9104b U.S. Circuit Court. Illinois Circuit Court of the United States of America District of Illinois vs.; the United States of America, to the Marshall of the District of Illinois; greeting 1850
9105 U.S. Circuit Court (8th Circuit) Decision of John F. Philips, judge, in Temple Lot case. The Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints versus the Church of Christ, et al 1894
9106 U.S. Circuit Court (8th Circuit) Decision of John F. Philips, judge, in Temple Lot case. The Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints versus the Church of Christ, et al [1894]
9107 U.S. Circuit Court (8th Circuit) Decision of John F. Philips, Judge, in Temple Lot case. The Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints versus the Church of Christ, et al 1913
9104a U.S. Census Office Report on cattle, sheep, and swine, supplementary to enumeration of live stock on farms in 1880. Clarence Gordon, special agent in charge 1884
9102 U.S. Bureau of the Census Census of religious bodies: 1926. Latter-day Saints. Statistics, denominational history, doctrine, and organization. Consolidated report. . . . Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. . . . 1929
9103 U.S. Bureau of the Census Report on statistics of churches in the United States at the Eleventh Census: 1890 1895
9104 U.S. Bureau of the Census Report on the social statistics of cities, compiled by George E. Waring, Jr., expert and special agent . . . Part II. The Southern and Western States 1883
9101a U.S. Bureau of Ethnology Fourteenth annual report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the secretary of the Smithsonian Institution. 1892–93 by J. W. Powell, Director. Pt. 2 1896
9100 U.S. Bureau of Education Educational work of the churches in 1916–1918. [Advance sheets from the Biennial Survey of Education, 1916–1918] 1919
9101 U.S. Bureau of Education Report of the commissioner of education for the year ended June 30, 1913 1914
9096 U.S. Attorney General Annual report of the Attorney-General of the United States for the year 1890 1890
9097 U.S. Attorney General Convictions for polygamy in Utah and Idaho. Letter from the acting Attorney-General, in reply to the resolutions of the House in relation to convictions for polygamy in Utah and Idaho. Sept. 13, 1888 [1888]
9098 U.S. Attorney General The late corporation of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and others, appellants, vs. the United States. No. 1423. Brief for the United States [1888]
9099 U.S. Attorney General Letter from the Attorney-General, transmitting, in response to the Senate resolution of December 10, 1888, a statement relative to the execution of the law against bigamy 1888
9067 Tyson, Thomas Joseph Smith, the American impostor; or, Mormonism proved to be false, by a fair examination of its history and pretensions, by Thomas Tyson (late of Southan) Congregational minister 1852
9066d Tyrrell, J. H. Reward. $1,000.00 ca. 1920]
9066c Typographical Association of Deseret Original songs, composed for the first annual festival of the Typographical Association of Deseret, February 2, 1855 [1855]
9066a Typographical Association of Deseret Annual festival. The first anniversary of the Typographical Association of Deseret, will be held in the Social Hall, on Friday, Feb. 2, to commence at three o'clock p.m.—to which you are respectfully invited 1855
9066b Typographical Association of Deseret Constitution and by-laws of the Typographical Association of Deseret, organized January 13, 1855 1855
9065a Typographic Association of Deseret Typographic Association. "Liberty of the press." ________ are solicited to attend the annual festival, to be given by the printers of Deseret, at the Fourteenth Ward school-house, on Saturday, 15th inst., at 1 o'clock, p.m., precisely [1853]
9064 Tyler, Robert M Faith promoting incidents in the life of Robert M. Tyler. Compiled by Robert M. Tyler, May 1, 1926 1926
9063 Tyler, Daniel A concise history of the Mormon Battalion in the Mexican War, 1846–47. By Sergeant Daniel Tyler 1881
9060 Tuttle, Daniel Sylvester History of the missionary district of Utah and Idaho. . . . [1883]
9061 Tuttle, Daniel Sylvester Reminiscences of a missionary bishop, by the Right Rev. D. S. Tuttle, D.D., LL.D., bishop of Missouri c1906
9061a Tuttle, Daniel Sylvester To the ministers of the ________ church in the United States: Dear brethren. . . . [1881]
9059 Tuttle, Charles Richard An illustrated history of the state of Iowa, being a complete civil, political, and military history of the state, from its first exploration down to 1875 . . . by Prof. Charles R. Tuttle . . . assisted by Daniel S. Durrie. . . . 1876
9058a Tuthill, Franklin The history of California 1866
9058 Tutein Nolthenius, Rudolph Peter Johann Nieuwe wereld. R. P. J. Tutein Nolthenius, indrukken en aanteekeningen tijdens eene reis door de Vereenidge Staten van Noord-Amerika 1900
9056 Turnley, Parmenas Taylor Private letters of Parmenas Taylor Turnley, (together with some letters of his father and grandfather) on the character of the constitutional government of the United States, and the antagonisms of Puritans to Christianity, &c. Collected, arranged, and printed for private circulation only, among relatives of his family by his sister, Cinderella L. Turnley 1863
9057 Turnley, Parmenas Taylor Reminiscences of Parmenas Taylor Turnley. From the cradle to three-score and ten. By himself, from diaries kept from early boyhood. With a brief glance backward three hundred and fifty years at progenitors and ancestral lineage [1892]
9055 Turner, W. S Notes by a wanderer from Demerara, in the United States 1885
9054 Turner, Orsamus History of the pioneer settlement of Phelps and Gorham's Purchase, and Morris' Reserve; embracing the counties of Monroe, Ontario, Livingston, Yates, Steuben, most of Wayne and Allegany, and parts of Orleans, Genesee, and Wyoming. To which is added, a supplement, or extension of the pioneer history of Monroe County. . . . 1851
9053 Turner, Jonathan Baldwin : or the rise, progress, and causes of Mormonism; with the biography of its author and founder, Joseph Smith, Junior. By Professor J. B. Turner, Illinois College, Jacksonville, Ill. . . . [1842]
9051a Turner, D. B That "veiled gospel." Mr. Penrose denies that the Mormon missionaries carry a "veiled gospel." [1910]
9051 Turnbull, William A call to the unconverted, by a Mormon teacher. (A verbatim copy) [1850]
9050 Turnbull, Thomas T. Turnbull's travels from the United States across the plains to California 1914
9049b Turnbull, J. S The origin of the name Egypt [n.d.]
9049 Turenne d'Aynac, Gabriel Louis Quatorze mois dans l'Amérique du Nord (1875–1876) par le Cte. Louis de Tureene avec Carte d'une partie du Nord-Ouest 1879
9047 Tullidge, John Elliott Latter-day Saints' psalmody, composed and arranged for the organ or pianoforte by John Tullidge [1857]
9037 Tullidge, Edward William Biographical sketch of Franklin D. Richards (as published in Tullidge's History of Salt Lake City) 1886
9037a Tullidge, Edward William Biographical sketch of Franklin D. Richards (as published in Tullidge's History of Salt Lake City) 1886
9038 Tullidge, Edward William The history of Salt Lake City and its founders. Incorporating a brief history of the pioneers of Utah; with steel portraits of representative men; together with a carefully arranged index and an elaborate appendix. By authority of the City Council and under supervision of its Committee on Revision. . . . [1883]
9038a Tullidge, Edward William The history of Salt Lake City and its founders. Incorporating a brief history of the pioneers of Utah; with steel portraits of representative men; together with a carefully arranged index and an elaborate appendix. By authority of the City Council and under the supervision of its Committee on Revision c1886
9039 Tullidge, Edward William The history of Salt Lake City. By authority of the City Council and under the supervision of a committee appointed by the Council and author 1886
9040 Tullidge, Edward William The history of Salt Lake City. By authority of the City Council and under the supervision of a committee appointed by the Council and author. . . . [1886]
9041 Tullidge, Edward William Life of Brigham Young; or, Utah and her founders 1876
9042 Tullidge, Edward William Life of Brigham Young; or, Utah and her founders 1877
9043 Tullidge, Edward William Life of Joseph the Prophet 1878