Nancy Alexander Tracy autobiography
Scope and Contents
Typescript of autobiography. Nancy was born in New York and raised by her grandparents. She married Moses Tracy in 1832 and joined the Mormon Church in 1834. She lived in Kirtland, Ohio; Far West, Missouri; Nauvoo, Illinois; "Winter Quarters"; and Ogden, Utah. She witnessed and experienced some of the persecutions of Mormons in Missouri and Illinois. She went with her husband on a mission to New York and was a member of the Mormon Relief Society in Nauvoo. She covers her life until 1860.
Language of Materials
Materials are in English.
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Mormon pioneer, housewife, and mother.
31 p. (0.09 linear ft.)
Donated by David Cunningham in 1976; Written on first page: "My Great Grandmother, on my Mother's side, David E. Ellingson, March 9/75".
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Donated; David Cunningham; 1976.
19th Century Western and Mormon Manuscripts.
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- Benjamin Sipes
- 2010 July 22
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