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Origin, rise, and progress of Mormonism. Biography of its founders and history of its church. Personal remembrances and historical collections hitherto unwritten.

Tucker, Pomeroy.

Published by D. Appleton & Co., New York, 1867
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First edition. Illustrated with a frontispiece engraving of Joseph Smith's account of taking the "Golden Bible" from Mormon Hill, and portraits of Martin Harris and Brigham Young. Pomeroy Tucker, a native of Palmyra, edited a newspaper there and knew Joseph Smith during his early years. Includes 10 pages of publisher's advertisements. Provenance: In the collection of C.C. Bitting; later in the library at Crozer Theological Seminary. 8vo. Frontis., 302, 10 pp.; 2 plts. Flake & Draper 9036. Publisher's grey cloth, covers bumped at corners; spine split down middle and rebacked with black cloth tape, a small piece of which has been cut away to reveal the original gilt title. Hinge inside open in places, with pp. 3?22 and pp. 75?94 detached from binding; tiny edge nicks to fore-edge of pp. 9?16. Ex-library with bookplate on front pastedown, remnants of a paper label on rear free endpaper, and charge card and pocket on rear pastedown; pressure-stamps on title-page and other library notations on p. [3]. Text clean, with no marks or soiling. Bookseller Inventory # 24427

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Title: Origin, rise, and progress of Mormonism. ...

Publisher: D. Appleton & Co., New York

Publication Date: 1867

Edition: 1st Edition

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