Wayne County Directory, 1867-8

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Wayne County Directory, 1867-8
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Gazetteer and business Directory of Wayne, County, N. Y. for 1867-8. Compiled and published by Hamilton Child. Contains table of contents, index to businesses, and an alphabetical index to advertisers. Includes a history of the county, the Erie Canal in Wayne County, description of cities, agricultural societies, map, and HOW TO JUDGE A HORSE. Wayne County is the birthplace of Mormonism. Founder Joseph Smith, Jr., whose family lived on a farm that straddled the line between Palmyra and Manchester, claimed to have been visited by God the Father and Jesus Christ in 1820. Contains an 8-page description of Palmyra that savages Mormonism. Front cover and spine held by two cords. Bottom third of spine cover lifting off. Age staining and warping throughout. Brown cloth cover becoming loose. 264 pages. [Rarity: v]City: County: WayneState: NYDate: