1875, English, Article edition: Blood Will Have Blood: The Monstrous Crime Long Ago Committed at Mountain Meadows; More of the Facts of that Crowning Infamy of Mormonism; An Interview with Colonel Dame, One of the Leaders; The Butchered Party Numbered a Hundred and Thirty-One

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Blood Will Have Blood: The Monstrous Crime Long Ago Committed at Mountain Meadows; More of the Facts of that Crowning Infamy of Mormonism; An Interview with Colonel Dame, One of the Leaders; The Butchered Party Numbered a Hundred and Thirty-One
 
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  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University
  • 12 Apr 1875
  • 1875-04-12
Language
  • English

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Title
  • Blood Will Have Blood: The Monstrous Crime Long Ago Committed at Mountain Meadows; More of the Facts of that Crowning Infamy of Mormonism; An Interview with Colonel Dame, One of the Leaders; The Butchered Party Numbered a Hundred and Thirty-One
Published
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University
  • 12 Apr 1875
  • 1875-04-12
Physical Description
  • text/​text
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Notes
  • p. 5
  • columns 3-6
  • 65 col. in.
  • If all those involved would confess, it would become apparent that the Mountain Meadows Massacre was really instigated by the leaders of the Mormons. They ordered the massacre because the party of emigrants included those who had assisted in the deaths of Joseph Smith and Parley P. Pratt. The Mormons ordered the emigrants to leave Salt Lake City and to head south because of hatred of the emigrants and because Utah was in a war with the United States. A description of the ensuing massacre and the role Mormons played in it; a description of the burial of the dead. John D. Lee and W. H. Dame are the only two, among all the indicted, whom authorities have been able to arrest.
  • 19th Century Mormon Article Newspaper Index
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  • Chicago times
  • Brigham Young University
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