Utah -- Politics and government -- 19th century
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
An act in relation to Utah Library
The Beaver Nightingale
The collection includes a Beaver, Utah newspaper found in the scrapbook of Van Zile's with a handwritten inscription by him. The newspaper was published by the Liberal party and contains the Liberal Platform and the People's Platform.
John M. Bernhisel papers
The Papers of John Milton Bernhisel includes three (3) archival series: Series I: Political Papers, circa 1847-1864; Series II: Personal Papers, circa 1825-1910; and Series III: Secondary Sources, circa 1909-1964.
From the halls of memory
Photocopy of typescript. Author discusses his family's British roots; their acceptance of Mormonism while living in Birmingham, England, and their immigration to the United States. Tolton also describes his experiences during the Black Hawk War (Utah) and frontier life in Utah. His account goes into great detail about his involvement in territorial and state politics, his business ventures, family life, and his mission to Great Britain for the Mormon Church.
John M. Bernhisel personal papers, circa 1825-1910
Letters to his wife, envelopes, deeds, estate settlement papers, family blessings, and wallet.
John M. Bernhisel political papers, circa 1847-1864
Copy of collection register, professional papers, certificates of election, Washington and Salt Lake papers, calling cards and invitations, lecture notes, maps, etc.
Letter to Abraham Lincoln
Handwritten letter by Reed, John Titus, and Thomas Drake to Lincoln requesting appointment of Standish Rood as United States Marshall for Utah Territory.
Lorenzo Snow Lyman collection
Roger Bryan Madsen papers
Various letters, documents and notes (some photocopies) collected and created while Madsen was writing a thesis for the Political Science Department titled An Analysis of the 1958 Senatorial Campaign in Utah.
George Washington Brimhall reimbursement voucher
Holograph voucher for $171 for expenses while serving in the 1851-1852 Utah territorial House of Representatives signed by William W. Phelps and Albert Carrington.