Church of Jesus Christ (Strangites)
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Eunice Kinney correspondence
Collection includes letters about James Strang and discuss history and doctrine of the "Brighamites," Strangites, and Reorganized Church, written between 1876 and 1892. Also included is Eunice Kinney's "Testimony of the Latter-day Work."
A memorandum of the family of Daniel d'Estrange and of Charlotte his wife who escaped from France in the year of 1685 in the persecution under Louis XIV and came to America in the year 1688 and settled at New Rochelle in the County of Westchester, then Province of New York
Small memorandum book by John Strang written for his niece, 1819.
Stephen Post papers
Photocopies from handwritten and typed microformed materials including correspondence, revelations, certificates, deeds, magazines, and miscellaneous items. The materials relate to Post's activities in various religions and include many letters from Sidney Rigdon.
Warren Post diaries
Handwritten diaries in pencil with a typescript of the items. Post writes about his life in Nauvoo, Illlinois, as a Mormon, his conversion to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Strangites), his activities in Iowa, and his finances.
Warren Post notice
Broadside announcing a lecture in Council Bluffs, Iowa on prophetic succession in the Latter-day Saint Church.
Joseph Smith letter
Photographs of James Jesse Strang
Collection includes two photographs of James Jesse Strang, leader of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Strangites), taken during the 1850s.
A true history of the rise of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, of the restoration of the holy priesthood and the late discovery of ancient American records
Two pamphlets. The items were originally published in 1849. The items are identical except that one is eight pages larger than the other and has additional material. Adams writes that James Jesse Strang was the true successor to the first president of the Mormon Church, Joseph Smith. Adams also presents material on the founding of that faith.
Wingfield Watson letter to Grace B. Lewis
Contains a letter from Watson written to his daughter, Grace B. Lewis, in 1906 regarding affairs of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Strangite).
Wingfield Watson papers
This collection, containing letters and newspaper articles, has been organized into folders by year, starting in 1860 and going through 1922.