Mormonism unveiled : including the remarkable life and confessions of the late Mormon bishop, John D. Lee : (written by himself) : and complete life of Brigham Young, embracing a history of Mormonism from its inception down to the present time : with an exposition of the secret history, signs, symbols, and crimes of the Mormon church : also the true history of the horrible butchery known as the Mountain Meadows Massacre
- Lee, John D. (John Doyle), 1812-1877
- St. Louis, Mo. : M. E. Mason, 1891.
[Buffalo, New York] : William S. Hein & Co., 
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource (413 pages) : illustrations, portrait
- Additional Creators:
- Bishop, William Warner, 1871-1955
- A stormy beginning -- The industrious young man -- Lee becomes a Mormon -- The saints are beset with troubles -- The Mormon war in Missouri -- Lee locates the Garden of Eden -- The saints gather at Nauvoo -- Lee continues his missionary work -- Mormonism, its doctrines and how it originated -- Lee casts out devils and does other wonderful works -- A Tennessee planter makes it hot for Parson Lee -- Matters of peculiar interest at Nauvoo -- Death of Joseph Smith, some of Brigham Young's crimes -- Inside view of polygamy and the doctrine of sealing -- The saints move westward -- Lee goes on an expedition to Santa Fe -- Lee is treated badly by the "brethren" -- Last confession and statement of John D. Lee -- Confession continued and concluded March 16, 1877, seven days prior to his execution -- Arrest of John D. Lee by Wm. Stokes, Deputy U.S. Marshal -- Trial of Lee at Beaver City, Utah Territory, September 1876 -- Trial of Lee continued -- Trial of Lee concluded -- Names and present residences of the Mountain Meadows assassins -- Execution of John D. Lee -- Life of Brigham Young.
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