Autobiography and recollections of a pioneer printer : together with sketches of the War of 1812 on the Niagara frontier.

Title

Autobiography and recollections of a pioneer printer : together with sketches of the War of 1812 on the Niagara frontier.

Description

Autobiography and memoir of Eber Dudley Howe, newspaper publisher and critic of the Latter Day Saint movement. Born in 1798 in Clifton Park, New York, Howe was a member of the U.S. Army in Batavia during the War of 1812. He would go on to work at the Buffalo Gazette in Buffalo, New York, as well as papers in Erie, Pennsylvania and Cleveland, Ohio. Howe would go on to publish Mormonism Unvailed in 1834, considered the first anti-Mormon book. 

Date

1878

Date Created

2024-03-19

Publisher

Telegraph Steam Printing House (publish of original)

Rights

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Type

Text

Format

image/jpg

Extent

59 pages; 23 cm

Language

Identifier

RBR WNYO 1878.H7

Spatial Coverage

Painesville, Ohio

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