Life Among the Mormons, and a March to Their Zion: To which is added a chapter on the Indians of the plains and mountains of the west

(WATERS, William E.).

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Place Published: New York
Publisher: Moorhead, Simpson & Bond
Date Published: 1868

Description: By an Officer of the U. S. Army. 4 plates. xv, 219pp. + 3pp. of publiisher's ads. 12mo, modern black cloth, small light dampstain to some top margins, a few pages with light foxing to margins, upper right corner margin chipped on last page of publisher's ads. New York: Moorhead, Simpson & Bond, 1868. First Edition

Comments: Presentation copy from the author, William E. Waters. The inscription is on the front flyleaf which was dampstained, but the inscription is not smudged and is legible. William E. Waters was an assistant Army surgeon who kept a diary while traveling from St. Louis to Camp Douglas, near Salt Lake City, and while being stationed at Camp Douglas in 1867. This book is based on that diary and a series of letters he wrote while in the Utah territory. Pages 106 to 202 are his impressions of the Mormons, their Church doctrines, and polygamy. The first half of the text is a narrative "...of an Overland Expedition which crossed the plains from Leavenworth via the Black Hills and Bridger's Pass to the Salt Lake Valley." Eberstadt 106:323. Howes W-157.

Signed: Y
Edition: First
Binding: hardcover
Condition: very good(-)
Language: English
Type: Books

Book ID: 252925


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