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Title:
Evening and morning star. : (Kirtland, Ohio) 1832-1834
Alternative Titles:
  • Evening and the morning star
Place of publication:
Kirtland, Ohio
Geographic coverage:
Publisher:
F.G. Williams & Co.
Dates of publication:
1832-1834
Description:
  • Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 1832)-v. 2, no. 24 (Sept. 30, 1834).
Frequency:
Monthly
Language:
  • English
Subjects:
  • Mormon Church--Newspapers.
Notes:
  • A reprint published at Kirtland, Ohio, from Jan. 1835 to Oct. 1836; nos. 1-11 were published by F.G. Willians & Co., nos. 12-24 by O. Cowdery. The numbers have dates and place of publication of original issue. Date of reprint is given at end of each number.
  • No numbers issued from Aug. to Nov. 1833.
  • Originally published monthly: Independence, Mo. : W.W. Phelps & Co., Jan. 1832-July 1833 ; Kirtland, Ohio : F.G. Williams & Co., Dec. 1833-Aug. 1834.
  • Paged continuously.
  • The last issue of the original run of The Evening and the Morning Star also announced that all issues of the newspaper would be reprinted in a format that was easier to bind. The reprinted issues were then released sporadically between January 1835 and October 1836 and contained significant changes. The most obvious change was the shortened name, Evening and Morning Star. But there were also a large number of editorial changes, such as articles being rearranged within and among the different issues.
LCCN:
20017869
OCLC:
4150249
Holdings:
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