The Life of James Abram Newberry,
Native American Pioneer
By Sue Simonich
Quiet Patriarch, details the James A. Newberry family who originally hailed from
early Newberry family migrated from
James A. Newberry was the son of John and Jemima (Benedict) Newberry, who was
born May 29, 1791. His enduring story traces the family migration from
objective narrative of the story, follows his movements through three
migrations with the Latter-day Saints. The
first was from
Arriving in Illinois, they built up the city of Commerce, and renamed it Nauvoo, raising a shining city out of the swamps bordering
the Mississippi River.
Newberrys trekked to
story is chronological and weaves various data together to provide an
understanding of James' place in history and the drama experienced by those
he loved and chose to call friend.
a limited quantity of these on hand. If you wish to order
a copy, please send an email to me so that I can send an order
form. When the books I have on hand are gone, I am not sure
if I will be reprinting until I know the interest level of my
volume contains some photos of the family. There are
appendices, maps, an extensive bibliography, and 575+
notations and sidebars.
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