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Definition of Mormondom

Mormondom
Mormondom Mor"mon*dom, n. The country inhabited by the Mormons; the Mormon people.

Meaning of Mormondom from wikipedia

- Utah Territory. Nicknamed Old Port and labeled "The Destroying Angel of Mormondom", he was as famous and controversial during his lifetime as Wyatt Earp...
- cowboy for about 250 head of cattle. Saloons were ubiquitous (outside Mormondom), but on the trail the cowboys were forbidden to drink alcohol. Often...
- Young: Or, Utah and Her Founders. New York: s.n. —— (1877). The Women of Mormondom. New York: s.n. —— (1878). Life of Joseph the Prophet. New York: Tullidge...
- Oxford University Press, New York, 1958. Burt, Olive W. "Murder Ballads of Mormondom", Western Folklore, 18:2, April 1959, pp. 141–156. Bush, Michael E. "Murder...
- still, an affectingly personal look into the well-guarded citadel of Mormondom." In terms of sales, the book was a commercial success, it spent fifteen...
- Oxford University Press, New York, 1958 Olive W. Burt, "Murder Ballads of Mormondom", Western Folklore, 18:2, April 1959, pp. 141–156 Olive W. Burt, "The...
- Tippetts; Newell, Linda King (1972). "Lewis C. Bidamon, Stepchild of Mormondom". BYU Studies. 19 (3). Retrieved 2016-07-04. "Archived copy". Archived...
- Stearns, T, New York, 1877, p. 117 Tullidge, Edward W. (1877). The Women of Mormondom. New York City: Platt & Peters. Turner, J B (1842). Mormonism in All Ages;...
- Livingston counties Missouri, p. 148. Tullidge, Edward W. (1877). The Women of Mormondom. New York: H.B Hall & Sons. p. 127. Retrieved 29 January 2015. 1886 History...
- the 1930s) Porter Rockwell (1813/1815 – 1878), "the Destroying Angel of Mormondom" and bodyguard of Mormon leader Joseph Smith (born in Belchertown) Mary...
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