18771st ed Western Wilds Mormon Migration Native American Indians Custer Alamo
An important, late 19th-century account of early American figures and their accomplishments, explorations, and events. This first edition book follows the lives of men at the Alamo, the westward voyages of the Mormons, Native American Indians, geographical phenomena in the West, and much more. However, the most important largest portion of this work details every aspect of the trip of the Mormons from Independence, Missouri to Salt Lake City, Utah. J.H. Beadle describes the lives of Brigham Young, Joseph Smith along with a detailed account of the Mountain Meadow Massacre, and a description of General Custer’s last stand.
Item number: #3281
Western wilds, and the men who redeem them : an authentic narrative, embracing an account of seven years travel and adventure in the far West ; wild life in Arizona ; perils of the plains ; life in the cañon and death on the deseret ; thrilling scenes and romantic incidents in the lives of Western pioneers ; adventures among the red and white savages of the West ; a full account of the Mountain Meadow massacre ; the Custer defeat ; life and death of Brigham Young, etc.
Cincinnati ; Philadelphia ; Chicago : Jones Bros., & Co. ; Houston, Tex. : T.N. James & Co. ; Detroit, Mich. : J.C. Cilton & Co. ; Indianapolis : J.M. Olcott ; Des Moines, Iowa : W.H. McClain, 1877. First edition.
•Collation complete with all pages: 628p
•Binding: cloth hardcover; tight and secure; fair condition
•Size: ~9in X 6in (22.5cm x 15cm)
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