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Cover of: The Rocky Mountain saints by T. B. H. Stenhouse
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Cover of: The Rocky Mountain saints by T. B. H. Stenhouse

The Rocky Mountain saints
a full and complete history of the Mormons, from the first vision of Joseph Smith to the last courtship of Brigham Young; including the story of the hand-cart emigration - the Mormon war - the Mountain-Meadow massacre - the reign of terror in Utah - the doctrine of human sacrifice - the political, domestic, social, and theological influences of the saints - the facts of polygamy - the colonization of the Rocky Mountains, and the development of the great mineral wealth of the Territory of Utah
by T.B.H. Stenhouse, twenty-five years a Mormon elder and missionary, and editor and proprietor of the Salt Lake Daily Telegraph ; illustrated with twenty-four full-page engravings, a steel plate frontispiece, an autographic letter of Brigham Young, and numerous woodcuts.

Published by D. Appleton and Company in New York .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

Genre Controversial literature.

Classifications

Library of Congress BX8611 .S8 1973

The Physical Object

Pagination xxiv, 761 p.
Number of pages 761

ID Numbers

Open Library OL23703651M
Internet Archive rockymountainsai00byusten
LC Control Number 16024014

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