|Full Title||Dodge's Literary Museum, v. 9, no. 13, Saturday, September 2, 1854.|
|Date Added||9 January 2014|
|Publisher||Boston : O. E. Dodge|
|Source||Dime Novels and Popular Literature|
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OC -208 p. : ill., music. Edited by Ossian E. Dodge. Source of acquisition: Joseph Rainone.
Includes: on p. 199: "Domestic Manners of the Mormons". Summary :Excerpts from a book by Benjamin C. Ferris describe Mormon polygamy. Polygamists always look for new concubines, and are abusive and neglectful to their wives and children. The children and wives often die young, which has a negative effect on the population.