Guide to the William B. Preston Papers,
1857-1919

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Overview of the Collection

Creator: Preston, William Bowker, 1830-
Title: William B. Preston Papers
Dates: 1857-1919 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 2 boxes, 1 slip-case, 1 folder (3 linear feet)
Collection Number: USU_COLL MSS 268
Summary: This collection contains the papers of W.B. Preston in the form of correspondence, two missionary diaries, and other papers.
Repository: Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives
Manuscript Collection

Merrill-Cazier Library
Utah State University
3000 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-3000
Phone: 435 797-2663
Fax: 435 797-2880
Email: scweb@usu.edu

Languages: Material in English 

Biographical Note

William Bowker Preston, a native of Virginia, was born in 1830. In 1852, he went to California and eventually settled in Yolo County as a farmer. His neighbors were the Thatchers, a Mormon family. By 1857 Preston had fallen in love with Harriet Thatcher, and in February of that year he was baptized into the LDS Church. Preston was soon called by George Q. Cannon to serve in the Pacific Coast mission. The earliest letters in the collection are to his sweetheart Harriet while on this mission. Preston asked for Harriet's hand in marriage, but her father, Hezekiah Thatcher, refuses to allow the union. In the fall of 1857 California Mormons were called back to Utah to assist in defending the territory against the U.S. Army. Preston, the Thatchers, and other Mormon families arrived in Salt Lake City in January 1858. Preston and Harriet were married in February 1858 and first settled in Payson, Utah, where Preston built an adobe house. However, in August 1859 the Prestons and the Thatchers moved to Cache Valley and in November Preston was named Bishop of Logan.

In April 1865 Preston was called to serve a mission in Europe. Upon arrival in Liverpool, England, Preston was assigned to Newcastle and Durham. In January 1866 he was called to serve in the Liverpool office, which at that time was the headquarters of the European Mission. Preston's two mission diaries, and the complementary letters to Harriet, give rich, full details of his daily activities in the field of labor and in the mission office-i.e., office traffic (composition of office employees, names and assignments of missionaries, visits of Church authorities from the U.S. etc), full detail on emigration (for which he had specific responsibility), and his many travels to visit branches of the Church in England, Wales, and Scotland. In August 1867 Preston visited the Paris Exposition. He was released from his mission in the summer of 1868 and sailed from Liverpool in charge of 600 emigrating saints.

Upon his return home, Preston resumed his duties as bishop in Logan and was elected to the territorial legislative assembly (1872-1882) where he had also served in the 1860's. He also took a leading part in the construction of the Utah and Northern Railroad. In 1871 he was appointed presiding bishop of Cache Valley (a regional bishop with jurisdiction over twenty wards). In 1877, he was called to the Cache Valley Stake Presidency, serving as counselor to his brother-in-law, Moses Thatcher. In 1879, Preston was called as Cache Valley Stake President, and in 1883 vacated that office to assume the responsibilities of the Presiding Bishop of the Church. He was released in December 1907 due to poor health and died in August 1908.

Content Description

This collection consists mostly of correspondence from William B. Preston to his wife Harriet during the period 1857-1900. There are a few letters from Harriet to William, and a couple from William to their children, Allie and Willie. Two letters from William Preston, Jr. in 1889 to his parents and sister describe his LDS mission in Europe. There is also a letter from R. L. Preston, William's nephew, detailing his research into the Preston family genealogy, and a letter from Joseph F. Smith consoling the Prestons after the death of two of their children. Additionally, several letters from William's daughter, Mary, who served as a nurse in Europe during World War I, are also included. The letters are arranged chronologically and separated into folders. The locations listed on the inventory after the name of the writer indicate where the letters were sent from.

In addition to correspondence, this collection contains several other items: two mission diaries kept by William while he served in Liverpool, England (1867-1868), a certificate proclaiming William Mayor of Logan, a certificate from when William Preston became a member of the Utah House of Representatives, and a Resolution by the Brigham Young College in Logan in memory of William Preston following his death in 1908. The mayoral certificate and Resolution are in containers separate from the boxes.

Seven folders in box two contain miscellaneous papers from the Bullion, Beck, and Champion Mining Company of Salt Lake City, where William Preston served as treasurer. The papers do not directly mention William, however.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  

No restrictions on use, except: not available through interlibrary loan.

Restrictions on Use :  

It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances.

Permission to publish material from the William B. Preston Papers must be obtained from the Special Collections Manuscript Curator and/or the Special Collections Department Head.

Preferred Citation :  

Initial Citation: William B. Preston Papers USU_COLL MSS 268, Box [ ]. Special Collections and Archives. Utah State University Merrill-Cazier Library. Logan, Utah.

Following Citations:USU_COLL MSS 268, USUSCA.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Arranged in chronological order.

Processing Note :  

Processed in July of 2000

Acquisition Information :  

Special Collections purchased the William B. Preston Papers from Grandin Book (Provo, Utah) in November 1999.

More items were purchased in January 2001, from Ken Sanders Rare Books in Salt Lake City and in January 2002 from Grandin Book.

One item, a letter from William Preston, Jr. to William Preston, Sr., was donated by John Sillito in September 2002.

Another item, a letter from Harriett Preston to Nathan D. Thatcher, was donated by Laurel Thatcher Ulrich in September 2012.

The letter from Oscar Moyle to May Preston Moyle, the daughter of William Preston Sr., was purchased from Benchmark Press in 2011.

Related Materials :  

Researchers interested in more Moses Thatcher, Sr. and William P. Preston material should see the Moses Thatcher, Sr. Papers COLL MSS 22 and the B.G. Olesen Western Manuscript Collection.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Correspondence, 1857-1900
(1 box, 12 folders)
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Correspondence 1857-1859
Box
Folder
1 1 Preston, William B., Bedford Ranch, to fiancée, Harriet A. Thatcher
(2 pieces
1857 March
1 1 Preston, William B., Pleasant Valley, to fiancée, Harriet A. Thatcher
(2 pieces)
1857 July 13
1 1 Preston, William B., Bedford Ranch, to fiancée, Harriet A. Thatcher
(1 piece)
1857 July 26
1 1 Thatcher, Harriet A., Great Salt Lake Valley, to fiancée, William B. Preston
(1 piece)
1857 August 5
1 1 Preston, William B., Bedford Ranch, to fiancée, Harriet A. Thatcher
(2 pieces)
1857 August 9
1 1 Preston, William B., Buckeye, Upper California, to Aaron Thatcher
(1 piece)
1857 August 11
1 1 Preston, William B., Bedford Ranch, to fiancée, Harriet A. Thatcher
Preston is laboring under the direction of George Q. Cannon (1 piece)
1857 August 23
1 1 Preston, William B., San Bernardino, to Wife, Harriet
Preston was in California purchasing clothing and merchandise for Thatcher's store in Utah (1 piece)
1859 March 3
1 1 Preston, William B., Fillmore City, to Wife, Harriet
Preston is returning to SLC from California (1 piece)
1859 April 12
1 1 Preston, William B. Pleasant Valley to fiancée Harriet A. Thatcher 1857 July 14
Correspondence 1860-1862
Box
Folder
1 2 Preston, William B., Great Salt Lake City, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1860 September 1
1 2 Preston, William B., Great Salt Lake City, to Wife, Harriet
(2 pieces)
1860[?] December 9
1 2 Preston, William B. to Wife, Harriet
Great Salt Lake City at Representative Hall. Preston was attending General Conference (1 piece)
1862 January 6
1 2 , William B., Salt Lake City, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1862 April 9
1 2 Preston, William B., Great Salt Lake City, to Wife, Harriet
Preston is in SLC attending the Legislative Assembly. He reports on a battle between the Army of the Potomac and Stonewall Jackson (1 piece)
1862 December 15
Correspondence 1863
Box
Folder
1 3 Invitation for "Hon. Wm. Preston and Ladies" to attend a cotillion party
(1 piece)
1863 January
1 3 Preston, William B., Great Salt Lake City, to Wife, Harriet
Preston is in SLC attending the Legislative Assembly(1 piece)
1863 January 13
1 3 Preston, William B., No. of Ft Bridger, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1863 May 4
1 3 Preston, William B., Wind River, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1863 June 13
1 3 Preston, William B., Florence, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1863 June 18
1 3 Preston, William B., Florence, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1863 July 2
1 3 Preston, William B., Woodriver Center, to Wife, Harriet
(2 pieces)
1863 July 30-31
1 3 Preston, William B., Great Salt Lake City, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1863 December 15
1 3 Preston, William B., Great Salt Lake City, to Wife, Harriet
Preston is in SLC attending the Legislative Assembly(1 piece)
1863 December 21
1 3 Preston, William B., Great Salt Lake City, to Wife, Harriet
Preston is in SLC attending the Legislative Assembly. Letter was delivered by John Cowley(1 piece, 1 envelope)
1863 December 22
Correspondence 1864
Box
Folder
1 4 Preston, Harriet A., Logan, to Husband, William
(1 piece)
1864 January 19
1 4 Preston, William B., Great Salt Lake City, to Wife, Harriet
Preston indicates that he is writing this letter "1 door west of Theater at George W. Thatcher's" He has joined others to collect emigrants at the Missouri River (1 piece)
1864 April 24
1 4 Preston, William B.,Muddy River, 12 miles from Ham's Fork, [Wyoming], to Wife, Harriet
Note at end of letter, dated Hams Fork, [Wyoming], 4 May 1864, Preston indicates that his party met emigrant wagons en route to Bannock [Wyoming?] (1 piece)
1864 May 3
1 4 Preston, William B., Junction of North and South Platte, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1864 June 8
1 4 Preston, William B., Wyoming, to Wife, Harriet
(3 pieces) Photocopy (no original)
1864 July 1
1 4 Preston, William B., Wyoming, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1864 July 8
1 4 Preston, William B., Kerney City (2 miles above Ft. Kerney) to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece, 1 envelope)
1864 July 25
1 4 Preston, William B., Wyoming, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1864 July 31
1 4 Preston, William B., Great Salt Lake City, to Wife, Harriet
Preston is in SLC attending the Legislative Assembly (1 piece)
1864 December 12
1 4 Preston, William B., Great S. L. City, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1864 December 21
1 4 Preston, Harriet A., Logan, to Husband, William
(1 piece)
1864 December 25
1 4 Preston, William B., Great S. L. City, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1864 December 27
1 4 Preston, William B., Great S. L. City, to Wife, Harriet
1 piece) Photocopy (no original)
1864 December 30
Correspondence 1865
Box
Folder
1 5 Preston, William B., Great Salt Lake City, to Wife, Harriet
(2 pieces)
1865 January 4
1 5 Preston, William B., Great Salt Lake City, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1865 January 7
1 5 Preston, William B., Fort Bridger, to Wife, Harriet
(2 pieces) Photocopy (no original)
1865 May 30
1 5 Preston, William B., Omahaw, to Wife, Harriet
(2 pieces)
1865 July 4
1 5 Preston, William B., Omahaw, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1865 July 7
1 5 Preston, William B., New York City, to Wife, Harriet
Preston arrived in NYC the previous day and was to sail for Liverpool the date of this letter, 15 July 1865. However, he decides to visit his parents in VA before his departure (1 piece, 1 envelope)
1865 July 15
1 5 Preston, William B., New York, to Wife, Harriet
Preston is a missionary on his way to England. He visits his parents, relatives, and friends in Virginia (2 pieces)
1865 August 8
1 5 Preston, William B., New York City, to brother-in-law George Thatcher
Preston is in NYC waiting passage to England (2 pieces, 1 envelope)
1865 August 9
1 5 Preston, William B., Logan, UT, Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
Letter delivered by T.E. Ricks (2 pieces, 1 envelope)
1865 August 27
1 5 Preston, William B.15 Clyde St., Sunderland, to Wife, Harriet
(3 pieces)
1865 October 9 and 10
1 5 Preston, William B.15 Clyde St., Sunderland, to Wife, Harriet
(4 pieces)
1865 October 26
1 5 Preston, William B. 15 Clyde St., Sunderland, to Wife, Harriet
(4 pieces)
1865 November 27
1 5 Preston, William B. 15 Clyde St., Sunderland, to Wife, Harriet
(4 pieces)
1865 December 27
Correspondence 1866
Box
Folder
1 6 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(3 pieces)
1866 January 17
1 6 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(3 pieces)
1866 February 15
1 6 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(5 pieces)
1866 March 11
1 6 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(4 pieces)
1866 April 22
1 6 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(4 pieces)
1866 June 3
1 6 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(4 pieces)
1866 July 10
1 6 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1866 July 14
1 6 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece. [fragment])
1866 July 24
1 6 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(4 pieces)
1866 August 5
1 6 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(3 pieces)
1866 August 21
1 6 Thatcher, Moses, Cheltenham, to Sister, Harriet
(3 pieces incomplete)
1866 August 22
1 6 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1866 September 9
1 6 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(5 pieces)
1866 September 14
1 6 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
Also Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet, 6 Oct 1866. (This is apparently a postscript to the above letter - 5 pieces)
1866 October 5
1 6 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(3 pieces)
1866 October 26
1 6 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(3 pieces)
1866 November 16
1 6 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(4 pieces)
1866 December 6
1 6 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(4 pieces)
1866 December 25
Correspondence 1867
Box
Folder
1 7 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(4 pieces)
1867 January 18
1 7 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
Plus quarter page note to his daughter, Allie, Feb 12 (5 pieces)
1867 February 11
1 7 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(4 pieces)
1867 March 9
1 7 Thatcher, Moses to his Sister, Harriet Thatcher Preston
Cheltenham, England (4 pieces)
1867 March 12
1 7 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(5 pieces)
1867 March 29
1 7 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(3 pieces)
1867 April 16
1 7 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(4 pieces)
1867 May 6
1 7 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(2 pieces)
1867 June 1
1 7 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(2 pieces)
1867 June 8
1 7 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1867 June 29
1 7 Preston, William B., Nottingham, to Wife, Harriet
(2 pieces)
1867 June 13
1 7 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(3 pieces)
1867 July 23
1 7 Preston, Harriet A., Logan, to Husband, William
[no signature] (1 piece)
1867 July 27
1 7 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(2 pieces)
1867 August 13
1 7 Preston, William B., Paris, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1867 September 1
1 7 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(2 pieces)
1867 September 14
1 7 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(3 pieces)
1867 October 4
1 7 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(5 pieces)
1867 October 14
1 7 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(2 pieces)
1867 November 13
1 7 Preston, William B., Birmingham, to Wife, Harriet
(3 pieces)
1867 December 27
Correspondence 1868
Box
Folder
1 8 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
[missing page 9] (3 pieces)
1868 January 17
1 8 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(3 pieces)
1868 February 7
1 8 Preston, William B., Jersey Island, British Channel, to Wife, Harriet
[no signature] (1 piece, 1 envelope)
1868 March 11
1 8 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1868 April 4
1 8 Preston, Harriet A., to Husband, William
(2 pieces)
1868 May 17
1 8 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1868 June 10
1 8 Preston, Harriet A. to Husband, William
(1 piece)
1868 June 18
1 8 Preston, William B., Liverpool, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1868 July 4
1 8 Preston, William B., New York City, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1868 July 28
1 8 Preston, William B., Benton, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1868 August 11
1 8 Preston, William B., Head of Echo, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1868 October 29
1 8 Preston, William B., Echo Canyon, to Wife, Harriet
Preston is stationed at Echo Canyon, working as a sub-contractor under Brigham Young and George Thatcher constructing Union Pacific RR (1 piece)
18168 November 22
Correspondence 1870-1887
Box
Folder
1 9 Preston, William B., Salt Lake City, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1870 February 5
1 9 Preston, William B., Salt Lake City, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1872 January 8
1 9 Preston, William B., Salt Lake City, to Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1872 January 20
1 9 Preston, William B., Salt Lake City, to Wife, Harriet
(3 pieces)
1872 January 27
1 9 Preston, Harriet A., Chicago, to daughter and son, Allie and Willie
(1 piece)
1872 December 10
1 9 Preston, William B.,Washington, D.C., to his daughter and son, Allie and Willie
(2 pieces)
1872 December 18
1 9 Preston, Harriet A., Bedford, VA, to Allie and Willie
Photocopy, no original
1872 December 19
1 9 Preston, William B., Shanghai, Berkeley Co, VA., to his daughter and son, Allie and Willie
(1 piece)
1873 March 11
1 9 Preston-Farmer, Martha Elizabeth (Lizzie) to brother, William B. Preston informing him of the death of their mother, Martha Mitchell Claytor-Preston
(1 piece)
1875 June 5
1 9 Preston, William B., Salt Lake City, to his Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1876 January 19
1 9 Preston, William B., Salt Lake City, to his Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1876 January 27
1 9 Preston, William B., Salt Lake City, to his Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1876 February 8
1 9 Preston, William B., Salt Lake City, to his Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1877 October 3
1 9 Preston, May, "at aunt Lizzie's" in Virginia to mother, Harriet A. Preston
(4 pieces)
1887 May 7
1 9 Godfrey, John to President W.B. Preston
Regarding a disagreement towards the teaching on celestial marriage by Bishop Jardine (1 piece)
1883 December 29
Correspondence 1888-1900
Box
Folder
1 10 Preston, William B., Salt Lake City, to his Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1888 December 18
1 10 Preston, William B., Jr. (Willie), Berlin, to parents, William and Harriet
Details about his work as a missionary in Europe
1889 May 25
1 10 Preston, William B. Jr. (Willie), in Berlin, to sister, May Preston
5 pieces (1 incomplete envelope)
1889 August 7
1 10 Preston, R. L., Central University, Richmond, KY, to uncle, William B. Preston
Describes genealogical research on Preston family in Virginia.10 pieces (1 envelope)
1889 December 30
1 10 Preston, Harriet A., Great Salt Lake City, to daughter
Mentions scaffolding being taken down from the Salt Lake City Temple (3 pieces)
1892 April 14, May
1 10 Preston, William B., Salt Lake City, to his Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1891 December 4
1 10 Preston, William B., Salt Lake City, to his daughter
(1 piece, 1 envelope)
1893 May, June 10
1 10 Preston, May, Utah Building at Jackson Park, to parents
(3 pieces. 1 envelope)
1893 October 6
1 10 Preston, William B., Salt Lake City, to his daughter, Alley
(1 piece)
1893 October 19
1 10 Preston, William B. Jr., Logan, to William B. Preston, Sr.
(1 piece)
1894 February 24
1 10 Preston, William B., Salt Lake City, to Wife, Harriet
(2 pieces) Photocopy, no original
1894 October 17
1 10 Preston, Harriet A., Logan, to Husband, William
(1 piece)
1895 April 21
1 10 Preston, William B., Salt Lake City, to his Wife, Harriet
(1 piece)
1900 June 18
1 10 Moyle, Oscar, Salt Lake City, to his Wife, May Preston Moyle (Daughter of William B. Preston Sr.)
(2 pieces)
1902 January 21
1 10 Smith, Joseph F., Salt Lake City, to William and Harriet Preston
Consoles the Prestons on the death of their son, Willie (William Preston, Jr.) and daughter, Allie (Alena) (1 piece and 1 envelope)
1908 January 12
1 10 Preston, Mary, Augers, France, to mother, Harriet
Mary worked as a nurse during World War I (1 piece and 1 envelope)
1918 January 15
1 10 Preston, Harriet, to daughter, Mary
Christmas card (1 piece)
1918 December
1 10 Preston, Mary, Augers, France, to mother, Harriet
(1 piece and 1 envelope)
1919 February 2
1 10 Preston, Mary, Augers, France, to mother, Harriet
(1 piece and 1 envelope)
1919 March 1
1 10 Preston, Harriett, Salt Lake City, to Nathan D. Thatcher
(1 piece and 1 envelope)
1920 February 10
Box
Folder
1 11 Misc. letter fragments
[3 letter fragments with no dates]
Undated
1 12 Certificate of Secretary of Utah Territory that William B. Preston has been duly elected to House of Representatives of Utah Territory for Cache and Rich Counties 1871 December 20

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Miscellaneous Papers, 1865-1874
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
2 A: Preston, William B. Mission Diaries (2 volumes) 1865-1868
Book 1 Vol. 1 1865 April 6 - 1867 August 24
Book 2 Vol. 2 1867 August 24 - 1868 July 28
2 B: Miscellaneous Papers from Bullion, Beck, and Champion Mining Co. Undated
Folder
2 1 Burch, Alonzo, correspondence Undated
2 2 Dayton, R. P. corresp. Undated
2 3 Globe, and Philadelphia Smelting and Refining Companies, correp. Undated
2 4 Peters, J. correp. Undated
2 5 Smith, C.B., corresp. Undated
2 6 Thatcher, Moses, corresp. Undated
2 7 Miscellaneous correspondence Undated
2 8 Preston's "Old Folks Committee" badge 1875-1880
2 9 Charles Ora Card lumber receipt, Logan 1881 September 6
2 Additional Items 1874
Item 1: Proclamation Naming William B. Preston Mayor of Logan
(Enclosed in green slip case.)
1874 March 2
Item 2: Resolution in Memory of William B. Preston from Brigham Young College. Signed by Joseph F. Smith and Hershell Bullen, Jr.
(Enclosed in oversized folder)
Undated

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Subjects

    • Personal Names :
    • Preston, Harriett Ann Thatcher.
    • Preston, William Bowker, 1830
    • Corporate Names :
    • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
    • Subject Terms :
    • Mormons--Utah--History
    • Politicians--Utah--History--19th century.
    • Geographical Names :
    • Cache Valley (Utah and Idaho)--Politics and government--19th century.
    • Logan (Utah)--History.
    • Utah--Politics and government--19th century.

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