1875, English, Article edition: The Mountain Meadow (Utah) Massacre of 1857 subtitle: First and Only Authentic History of the Horrible Slaughter; One Hundred and Thirty-five Innocent Emigrants Ruthlessly Murdered; The Mormons Attempt to Fasten the Crime Upon the Indians; But Late Developments and Confessions Fix the Guilt Where it Belongs; The Bloody Plot Emanated from a Military Council of War; And Was Executed by the Utah Mormon Militia; The Victims Enticed from Their Shelter by a Flag of Truce; And Then Mercilessly Shot Down in Their Tracks; The Women and Children Turned Over to Savages for Ravishment and Torture; Piles of Naked Dead Mutilated by Wolves; The Guilty Leaders of the Massacre, and Where They Are Concealed; “Vengeance Is Mine, I Will Repay, Saith the Lord”; The Mountain Meadow Massacre

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The Mountain Meadow (Utah) Massacre of 1857 subtitle: First and Only Authentic History of the Horrible Slaughter; One Hundred and Thirty-five Innocent Emigrants Ruthlessly Murdered; The Mormons Attempt to Fasten the Crime Upon the Indians; But Late Developments and Confessions Fix the Guilt Where it Belongs; The Bloody Plot Emanated from a Military Council of War; And Was Executed by the Utah Mormon Militia; The Victims Enticed from Their Shelter by a Flag of Truce; And Then Mercilessly Shot Down in Their Tracks; The Women and Children Turned Over to Savages for Ravishment and Torture; Piles of Naked Dead Mutilated by Wolves; The Guilty Leaders of the Massacre, and Where They Are Concealed; “Vengeance Is Mine, I Will Repay, Saith the Lord”; The Mountain Meadow Massacre
 
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  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University
  • 6 Jan 1875
  • 1875-01-06
Language
  • English

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  • The Mountain Meadow (Utah) Massacre of 1857 subtitle: First and Only Authentic History of the Horrible Slaughter; One Hundred and Thirty-five Innocent Emigrants Ruthlessly Murdered; The Mormons Attempt to Fasten the Crime Upon the Indians; But Late Developments and Confessions Fix the Guilt Where it Belongs; The Bloody Plot Emanated from a Military Council of War; And Was Executed by the Utah Mormon Militia; The Victims Enticed from Their Shelter by a Flag of Truce; And Then Mercilessly Shot Down in Their Tracks; The Women and Children Turned Over to Savages for Ravishment and Torture; Piles of Naked Dead Mutilated by Wolves; The Guilty Leaders of the Massacre, and Where They Are Concealed; “Vengeance Is Mine, I Will Repay, Saith the Lord”; The Mountain Meadow Massacre
Published
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University
  • 6 Jan 1875
  • 1875-01-06
Physical Description
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  • pp. 1-2
  • columns 3-7 and 1-4
  • 175 col. In.
  • A detailed account of the Mountain Meadows Massacre, the factors that led up to it, and the consequences of the event.
  • 19th Century Mormon Article Newspaper Index
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  • Chicago daily tribune
  • Brigham Young University
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  • English
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