George Albert Smith papers, 1870-1872.

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Smith, George Albert, 1817-1875. George Albert Smith papers, 1870-1872.

George Albert Smith papers, 1870-1872.

The collection documents the early history of the Mormons in Utah, their government and politics, and the history of the Joseph Smith family. There is a genealogical chart, newspaper clippings from the Deseret News on the death of George A. Smith, and extracts from the wills of the ancestors of Joseph Smith.

93 p.

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