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Hilton, Hope A.Very Good-, Signature Books, 1989, Salt Lake City, UT


Softcover book has been worn around the edges and corners of the book. Overall book is nice, tight and clean. ; This is a story about William Adams (Wild Bill) Hickman who was one of the most notorious outlaws of the nineteenth century American Frontier. Being an aide and spy to mormon presidents Joseph Smith and Brigham Young, he found himself at odds with both his church and federal government when he was expected to take sole responsibility for the murder of an arms dealer. Bill Hickman left an indelible impast on the history of the American West as a rough frontiersman who believed he was helping preserve the Rocky Mountain kingdom of the Mormons. ; 0.71 x 8.94 x 6.11 Inches; 200 pages, 


Price: 11.00 USD
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2 Wild Bill - Hickman and the Mormon Frontier

Hilton, Hope A.New, Signature Books, 1989, Salt Lake City, UT


Brand new softcover book! Never been read! ; William Adams ("Wild Bill") Hickman was one of the most notorious outlaws of the nineteenth-century American frontier. As a bodyguard and spy for Mormon church presidents Joseph Smith and Brigham Young, he was popularly known as a "destroying angel. " However, a matter of disagreement among historians is whether he acted more often in his church's interest or independently as a true renegade. Hickman obeyed the Mormon teaching of polygamy and was husband to ten wives and father to thirty-five children. During the Utah War of 1857-58, he rallied with his fellow Mormons and was one of the most effective guerillas in the hit-and-run attacks that wore down the attacking U. S. Army. When he was later arrested and jailed for murdering a government arms dealer during the war, his troubles multiplied when he implicated Brigham Young. Young returned the favor by excommunicating him and never speaking to him again. When he died in Wyoming in 1883, his reputation in three states forced many of his relatives to change their name to escape the social stigma of family ties, while the residents of the small town in which he died refused to bury him in the city cemetery. Still, whatever one thinks of his motives or degree of loyalty, Hickman left an indelible impact on the history and myth of the West as a rough, undisciplined frontiersman who nevertheless helped to establish the Rocky Mountain kingdom of Mormons. ; 6" x 9"; 162 pages, 


Price: 22.00 USD
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