Mormonism Unveiled; Including the Remarkable Life and Confessions of the Late Mormon Bishop, John D. Lee; (Written by Himself.) Embracing A History of Mormonism from its Inception Down to the Present Time, With an Exposition of the Secret History, Signs,
Place Published: St. Louis, MO
Publisher: Bryan, Brand & Company
Date Published: 1877
Edition: Early edition
Book Id: 17785
406pp. Octavo [22 cm] Full brown leather with a black leather gilt stamped spine label. Good. The covers are rubbed. The leather at the ends of the spine is chipped. The underlying boards are exposed along the edges. There is a two inch crack in the front joint at the head of the spine. Edited by William W. Bishop, Lee's attorney.
Illustrated. Appendix, "Life of Brigham Young," p. 391-406. Expose by the notorious Mormon leader. John D. Lee was a participant in the Mountain Meadows Massacre and the only person tried for this atrocity. Lee was found guilty and put to death by firing squad at Mountain Meadows in 1877. This is the uncommon first issue. Flake 4852. Howes L209.