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Individuals related to Mormonism

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  • Caswall, Henry
    Brief Summary: On 19 April 1842, an English clergyman from Missouri named Henry Caswall visited Nauvoo. Caswall subsequently published an anti-Mormon book called The City of the Mormons; or, Three Days at Nauvoo in 1842. During his visit to Nauvoo, Caswall would later claim that he had shown Joseph Smith a Greek psalter, which the Prophet claimed to translate. (Click here for full article)
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  • Clayton, William (Click here for full article)
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