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by Steven Farley


Captain Ginn's manuscript is, without a doubt an unusual collection of events that occurred on the Western Frontier, in the volatile years of 1857 and . Be the first to ask a question about The Mormon Mountain Meadows Massacre. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

Captain Ginn's manuscript is, without a doubt an unusual collection of events that occurred on the Western Frontier, in the volatile years of 1857 and 1858.

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Mountain Meadows Massacre : From the Diary of John I. Ginn. More by Steven E. Farley. Blood on the Badge: Arizona: Land of the Lawless.

The Mormon Mountain Meadows Massacre : From the Diary of John I. Captain Ginn's manuscript is, without a doubt an unusual collection of events that occurred on the Western Frontier, in the volatile years of 1857 and 1858.

The Mountain Meadows massacre was a series of attacks on the Baker–Fancher emigrant wagon train at Mountain Meadows in southern Utah

The Mountain Meadows massacre was a series of attacks on the Baker–Fancher emigrant wagon train at Mountain Meadows in southern Utah. The attacks began on September 7 and culminated on September 11, 1857, resulting in the mass slaughter of most in the emigrant party by members of the Utah Territorial Militia from the Iron County district, together with some Southern Paiute Native Americans.

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This book is an accurate picture of the Mormon religion. The Mormon Mountain Meadows Massacre: From the Diary of John I. It is a must-read for everyone who comes in contact with people espousing this religious belief or who are currently members of the LDS Church. I believe that the author is hoping that LDS people will read this because it points them to the "Truth of the Bible" and exposes the dictatorial nature of this religious organization that so many millions of people are trapped in. The author has documented her work using historic and LDS Church leader's personal writings. American Massacre: The Tragedy at Mountain Meadows, September 1857.

The Mountain Meadows Massacre (book). The Mountain Meadows Massacre (1950) by Juanita Brooks was the first definitive study of the Mountain Meadows massacre. Juanita Brooks, a Mormon historian trained. Juanita Brooks, a Mormon historian trained in historical methods, was discouraged from studying the incident, and she suffered some ostracism from fellow Mormons after its publication

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Although the Mountain Meadows massacre was covered to some extent in the media during the 1850s,[citation . The novel Red Water (2002) by Judith Freeman depicts John D. Lee's role in the massacre from the perspective of three of his nineteen wives.

Although the Mountain Meadows massacre was covered to some extent in the media during the 1850s, its first period of intense nationwide publicity began around 1872. This was after investigators obtained the confession of Philip Klingensmith, a Mormon bishop at the time of the massacre and a private in the Utah militia.

Captain Ginn's manuscript is, without a doubt an unusual collection of events that occurred on the Western Frontier, in the volatile years of 1857 and 1858. There are uniquely interesting and highly detailed accounts of a most pertinent and intimate nature regarding the condition in Utah and the West in 1857-58, that up to this time, has never, to the best of my knowledge, been seen by the general public. Through this novel,you will witness secret Mormon rituals, and the dark side of the 19th century Mormon doctrine, like polygamy's vicious bite, forcing women both Mormon and non-Mormon to marry against their will, and so much more on the Mountain Meadows Massacre.
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Samut
The title alludes to this being an edited version of an actual diary. At least in his own notes Farley refers to this work as a novel not history. If this were an actual diary, it would be a reworked diary written well after the fact, not as the events occurred which is the way it is portrayed. Even his "new found" supporting evidence is hear say of hear say that has been hidden in fear for over a hundred years. Where I was looking for a possible primary source for historical research, good, bad & ugly, I found a nice fairy tale. If this volume was taken from an actual diary, I would suspect that "I was in Utah. I met a Mormon. I was in Southern Utah. I saw bones." would probably be the entirety of what was gleaned from the diary. Nearly everything else is conjecture or fiction.

If you are looking for a disparaging read against the evil mormon church, this is your ticket.
If you are looking for fiction and conjecture, loosely based on actual events, this may be for you.
If you are looking for impartial history don't bother, unless you are looking for a timeline, sort of. Even the fastest indians couldn't make it from southern Utah to Salt Lake and back in 4 days, especially on foot.
Zulkishicage
Interesting perspective on a history story that will never be verified.
The Mormon Mountain Meadows Massacre: From the Diary of John I. Ginn ebook
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Steven Farley
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