KIRTLAND, OHIO: A Guide to Family History and Historical Sources ebook
by Kip Sperry
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Kirtland, Ohio, is of unique historical interest because of its roots in Church history and because so many Church members trace their ancestry there. The volume includes photographs of the Kirtland Temple and maps of the area.
Kip Sperry, Kirtland, Ohio: A Guide to Family History and Historical Sources (Provo, Utah: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 2005) 41–162. One of the essential books for a study of Kirtland history. Includes bibliographical references. Kirtland Bibliography. Historical Society News 3 (May 1948): 1–2. A brief summary of Mormon sources housed in the Western Reserve Historical Society Library, Cleveland, Ohio (though this list is dated). Includes a picture of the Kirtland Temple. Adams, Dale W. Chartering the Kirtland Bank. Anderson, Karl Ricks, and Keith W. Perkins.
Kirtland's first European settlers were the John Moore family, soon followed by the Crary family who came to Kirtland in 1811.
After the founding of the United States, northern Ohio was designated as the Western Reserve and was sold to the Connecticut Land Company. The area was first surveyed by Moses Cleaveland and his party in 1796. Kirtland's first European settlers were the John Moore family, soon followed by the Crary family who came to Kirtland in 1811. In 1893 Christopher Crary wrote a memoir of his Kirtland life, which provided a great deal of material for Anne B. Prusha's 1982 history of Kirtland.
The Kirtland Egyptian papers (KEP) are a collection of documents related to the Book of Abraham during the Kirtland period of early Mormonism (early to mid-1830s).
Utah Jews Remember Kip Sperry, Kirtland, Ohio: A Guide to Family History. History of the Church 4:468, 494. 3Biographical and Historical Record of Ringgold and Decatur Counties, Iowa (Chicago: Lewis Publishing C. 1887), 651–52
Utah Jews Remember Kip Sperry, Kirtland, Ohio: A Guide to Family History. and Historical Sources Ronald L. Holt, Beneath These Red Cliffs: An Ethnohistory of. the Utah Paiutes Bill Harris, A New Zion: The Story of the Latter-day Saints Stewart Aitchison, A Guide to Southern Utah’s. 1887), 651–52. 4Oliver Cowdery, Address to the Patrons of the Latter Day Saints’ Messenger & Advocate, Latter Day Saints’ Messenger and Advocate 1, no. 8. Kyle r. walker/the 1840 book of mormon.
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