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    Jane Manning James autobiography, circa 1902
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    Jane Manning James autobiography
    Account of conversion to the Church in Connecticut, travel to Nauvoo, Illinois, association with the family of Joseph Smith, knowledge of plural marriage, and later activities in Utah. Dictated to Elizabeth J. D. Roundy. Includes later notations by Roundy. See MS 13308 for typescript copy.
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