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us: Thatcher, Moses, 1842-1909

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    • us: Thatcher, Moises, 1842-1909
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        Springfield, Ill.
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        Auburn, Calif.
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        Salt Lake City, Utah
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        (lcsh) Cache Valley (Utah and Idaho)
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        Logan, Utah
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        • Organization: University of Deseret
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        • Organization: Cache County board of trade
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        • Organization: Utah and Northern Railway
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        • Organization: Apostle, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
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        • Sources

          • found: La poligamia mormona y la monogamia christiana comparadas, 1881: t.p. (El Elder Moises Thatcher, de la Iglesia de Jesucristo de los Santos de los Ultimos Dias)
          • found: RLIN, Oct. 4, 1999 (hdg.: Thatcher, Moses, 1842-1909; usage: Hon. Moses Thatcher)
          • found: Encyc. of Mormonism, IV, p. 1648 (Thatcher, Moses; b. Feb. 2, 1842, Springfield, Ill.; d. Aug. 21, 1909, Logan, Utah; Mormon Church officer and businessman)
          • found: Latter-day Saint biographical encyclopedia, 1909: vol.1 p.127-136 (Thatcher, Moses, member of the Council of the Twelve Apostles 1879-1896, born Sangamon county, Ill. Feb. 2, 1842; moved to Utah 1847; moved to Sacramento and Auburn, California 1849; relocated to Salt Lake City 1858; move to Cahce Vally in 1860; attended University of Deseret in 1860-61; organized Cache County board of trade and many other Boards of Trade in southern counties; directed extension of the Utah and Northern Railway northward from Franklin, Idaho; mission to Mexico; tranlated "Voice of Warning" into Spanish; wrote many editorials and magazine articles)
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          • 1999-10-04: new
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