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Nelson Abner Cole

Helen Ashley Anderson Kempner

Nelson Abner Cole

Colorado pioneer

by Helen Ashley Anderson Kempner

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Published by H.A. Kempner in Villa Grove, CO (R.D. Ranch, Villa Grove 81155) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Colorado,
  • Colorado.
    • Subjects:
    • Cole, Nelson Abner, 1849-ca. 1930.,
    • Pioneers -- Colorado -- Biography.,
    • Frontier and pioneer life -- Colorado.,
    • Colorado -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Helen Ashley Anderson Kempner.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF781.C64 K46 1987
      The Physical Object
      Pagination110 p. :
      Number of Pages110
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2468163M
      LC Control Number87178347

      Nelson Books, Nashville, Tennessee. 20K likes. An imprint of Thomas Nelson Publishers specializing in books about spiritual growth & practical living, history, public affairs, bios/memoirs, & cookbooks.5/5. Free Blacks, Negroes, and Mulattoes in the Kentucky Tax Lists. The Second Census of Kentucky was constructed from the tax lists in the existing Kentucky counties. Below are the names of free Blacks, Negroes and Mulattoes, all taxpayers who were included in the g: Nelson Abner Cole.

      Mentioned in the Book of Samuel, Abner was King Saul's cousin and commander of his army (1 Samuel , ). After Saul's death, Abner made Ish-Bosheth king over Israel, while David reigned. Research genealogy for Mary L Tuttle of Missouri, USA, as well as other members of the Tuttle family, on Ancestry®.Missing: Nelson Abner Cole.

      Jay W. Nelson, Bookseller, IOBA. Austin, MN, U.S.A. +1 Joined February 9, In Palmyra, Obadiah Dogberry (a pseuodnym adopted by Abner Cole, –) published The Reflector, a regional freethought newspaper, from September to March Dogberry produced his paper in the shop of Palmyra printer Egbert B. Grandin. Grandin published the local newspaper, the Wayne Sentinel. (Palmyra is located in Wayne County.).


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Nelson Abner Cole: Colorado pioneer [Helen Ashley Anderson Kempner] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Helen Ashley Anderson Kempner. Abner Cole, also known by his pen name Obadiah Dogberry, Esq., was a 19th-century American newspaper editor.

He was one of the earliest critics of the spiritual claims of Joseph Smith, the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement, having commented on the "Golden Bible" before it was even published as the Book of Mormon.

Cole's publishing philosophy was one of freethought, which flourished in. Printer’s Manuscript of the Book of Mormon, circa August –circa January Revelation, circa Early Revelation, circa Summer [D&C 19]. Abner Cole began publishing this Palmyra weekly, entitled The Reflector, on September 2, In the January 2,issue he published material corresponding to the present 1 Ne.

1 through 1 Ne. After Joseph threatened legal action, Cole finally backed off and ceased publishing parts of the Book of Mormon. CHAPTER 6)NELSON Abiah Abiel Ward Abner acrees Andrew Cole appears Assawamset Neck Baptist church birth born April Born July Born June Boston brother buried Calvinist Baptist Capt Cemetery Chart child Colony Court daughter death descendants Eliza Elizabeth England Eunice Family Branch Pages farm father Faunce Genealogical George Gibbs.

Journal of Book of Mormon Studies, vol. 24, Abner Cole and The Reflector: Another Clue to the Timing of the Book of Mormon Printing Robin Scott Jensen On 22 Januaryeditor Abner Cole, who published under the pseudonym Obediah Dogberry, issued an extra of his newspaper the Reflector.

This extra included an unauthorized. Historical Person Search Search Search Results Results Nelson Abner Cole ( - ) Try FREE for 14 days Try FREE for 14 days How do we create a person’s profile. We collect and match historical records that Ancestry users have contributed to their family trees to create each person’s profile.

The "Book of Pukei" is the earliest satire of the Book of Mormon. It was published in June and July by Abner Cole (under the pseudonym Obadiah Dogberry Esq.) in the Palmyra, New York newspaper The Reflector.

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They are designed so that children: Build and use a storehouse of known words; Acquire a growing number of high frequency words. The first serious attempt to discredit Joseph Smith and the Book of Mormon was by Abner Cole, editor of the Reflector, a local paper in Palmyra, New York.

Nelson Richard DeMille was born in Jamaica (Queens) on Aug He is the son of builder Huron DeMille and his wife Antonia Panzera. DeMille and his family moved to Long Island when he was a child; here he attended the Elmont Memorial high school, where.

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An unnamed 'correspondent' reported to the author of the Reflector article (Abner Cole) the claims made by Oliver Cowdery and his three associates concerning what Joseph Smith had seen." However, an newspaper article does refer to a rumor, circulating by Novemberto the effect that Joseph Smith had claimed to see God.

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By Septemberanother local editor named Abner Cole began manipulating the reception of the still-printing Book of Mormon.

Cole, writing under the pseudonym Obadiah Dogberry, printed his Palmyra newspaper, the Reflector, in the evenings and on Sundays on the same press engaged in printing the Book of Mormon.

Genealogy for Abner Nelson ( - d.) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions SurnamesParents: Elizabeth Nelson, William Nelson. Nelson Riddle was quite possibly the greatest arranger in the history of American popular music. Over the course of his long and distinguished career, he was also a popular soundtrack composer, a conductor, a trombonist, and an occasional hitmaker in his own right.

He worked with many of the major pop vocalists of his day, but it was his immortal work with Frank Sinatra, particularly on the. How the Book of Mormon Translation Story Changed over Time. Posted on Aug Early testimony from Palmyra residents Abner Cole and Willard Chase confirms that by Smith had described a golden sword and breastplate buried along with the plates and spectacles.

The urgency for Joseph Smith to secure additional protection for his copyright to the Book of Mormon was punctuated by the fact that in January Abner Cole (a former justice of the peace!) pirated and unlawfully published lengthy excerpts of the Book of Mormon in the Reflector, a newspaper that was printed in the same print shop as the Book.

Even before publication of the Book of Mormon in Marchmost people knew what to expect from “that spindle shanked ignoramus Jo Smith,” as Abner Cole would shortly describe him. And opinions didn’t change after it actually appeared.Most historians have treated Joseph’s June 11 filing as the sole event necessary to vest in him all legal rights to the Book of Mormon.

7 Joseph’s efforts to secure the copyright seem to have paid off in earlywhen he successfully defended his rights against Abner Cole, an opportunistic editor who pirated selections from the Book of.