Andrew Jackson Workman autobiography
Scope and Contents
Andrew Jackson writes about his family's conversion to Mormonism in 1839 while living in Tennessee; his settlement at Nauvoo, Illinois, 1843; the exodus west; serving in the Mormon Battalion, and march to California; his work in the gold mines; his arrival in the Salt Lake Valley, 1855; the return trip to California; settling in Kane County, Utah; the death of his wife, Rebecca Deck; his remarriage to Sariah A. Eager, 1866 and the organization of the United Order, 1874.
- Workman, Andrew Jackson (Person)
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Biographical / Historical
Andrew Jackson Workman was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky to John and Lydia Workman.
1 folder (0.08 linear ft.)
Language of Materials
These items were donated to Special Collections in 2007.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
19th Century Western and Mormon Manuscripts.
- Register of Andrew Jackson Workman autobiography
- Rose Frank
- 2011 June 23
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- Finding aid written in English in Latin script.