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Mountain Meadows Witness: The Life and Times of Bishop Philip Klingensmith

Backus, Anna Jean

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ISBN 10: 0870622293 / ISBN 13: 9780870622298
Editorial: Arthur H Clark
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Copyright 1995 - Hardback with dustjacket is in very good condition. Book has very light shelf wear. Dustjacket has sunning to spine, light shelf wear. Free tracking with domestic orders. MD SKU-8704800 Rare. N° de ref. de la librería SKU-8704800

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Título: Mountain Meadows Witness: The Life and Times...

Editorial: Arthur H Clark

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:Used - Very Good

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Book by Backus, Anna Jean

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Philip Klingensmith was a Mormon adventurer, settler and pioneer on the western frontier. He was also a witness to and participant of the Mountain Meadows Massacre. Mountain Meadows Witness: The Life And Times Of Bishop Philip Klingensmith is a meticulously documented and comprehensive history of his life as it entwined with the Mormon church, and consequently, the tragedy at Mountain Meadows in 1857. Klingensmith's connections with George A. Smith, Isaac C. Haight, Brigham Young, Parley P. Pratt, Isaac Morley, John M. Higbee, John D. Lee and Jacob Hamblin are all vividly portrayed. The events, orders, letters and meetings all leading to the Mountain Meadows massacre are discussed in detail and in context. John Higbee's control of the Mormon militia, as well as the fear of non-Mormons (fueled by Church patriarchs and George A. Smith) are expanded and explored. Jacob Hamblin's presence at the massacre (a matter of historical debate) is now supported with new information. Drawn from letters, trial testimony, journals and diaries, a compelling account follows Philip from his birth in Pennsylvania and religious roots in Nauvoo, to pioneering the settlement of Utah and Nevada, and ordination to Bishop in Cedar City in 1852, then on to Mountain Meadows and the torment of its aftermath. Kleingensmith's confession and affidavit regarding the massacre is included. His life in the aftermath is rescued from obscurity in the final chapters. IN the face of opposition, his frontier pioneer life of adventure, discovery, settlement, prospecting and service to the Indians continued until his death. A notable and impressive biography, Mountain Meadows Witness is an important work of scholarship, exceptionally well written, and is an invaluable addition to any Mormon or Western history bookshelf. -- Midwest Book Review

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