The Boston Journal reports that the upcoming trial of John D. Lee will be of great importance in sorting out the events of the Mountain Meadows Massacre that occurred seventeen years previously. The article describes the massacre as it is commonly understood: 140 emigrants from Arkansas were first attacked by Indians and then, after being deceived by a false offer of aid from the Mormons, were attacked by both Mormons and Indians. Lee is thought to be the leader of the Mormons who committed the murder. The article describes Lee’s current situation as well as his calm attitude toward his trial.
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