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Pioneers

Books:Non-Fiction:U. S. History:Pioneers

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Heroines of "Mormondom" ;  Noble Women's Lives Series Vol 2
1 Heroines of "Mormondom" ; Noble Women's Lives Series Vol 2

New, Archive Publishers, 2011, Heber City, Utah

Paperback



Brand new softcover book! %% ; Because of the general satisfaction received among the Saints regarding the Faith-Promoting Series, the Church decided to publish biographies of some of the leading ladies of the Church. Heroines of "Mormondom" was the second and last publication of the Noble Women's Lives Series. The purpose of the Faith-Promoting Series and the Noble Women's Lives Series was to record the testimonies and faithful experience of the first generation of Saints who knew the Prophet Joseph Smith. This book contains the histories of three of these special ladies. The first is of Mary Fielding Smith (1801-1852), the wife of Hyrum Smith, the mother of Joseph F. Smith, who is the author of this biography. The second is of Mary Chittenden (1818-1886), the wife of William Chittenden. The author of this biography was by "Homespun", which is the pen name of Susa Young Gates. The third biography is of Amanda Smith (1809-1886), the wife of Warren Smith who died at the Haun's Mill, Missouri, Massacre. The author of this woman is EBW, which are the initials of Emmeline B. Wells. ; Noble Women's Lives Series Series; Vol. 2; 5" x 8"; 96 pages, 

51522

Price: 8.95 USD 8.06 USD 
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The Old Northwest - Pioneer Period 1815-1840 - Volumes 1-2, Buley, R. Carlyle
2 The Old Northwest - Pioneer Period 1815-1840 - Volumes 1-2

Buley, R. CarlyleVery Good, Indiana University Press, 1950, Indianapolis

Hardcover



Two volume set in red original box. Box is worn and a little broken. Volume 2 is still partly encased in original glassine jacket; glassine chipped and brittle, missing a piece at top of spine. Hardcover book are in great condition, with little wear and no noticed markings. ; Vol. 1/2/2017; 7" x 9.5", First Edition, 

54172

Price: 25.00 USD 22.50 USD 
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PIONEER SONGS, Daughters Of Utah Pioneers (compilers)
3 PIONEER SONGS

Daughters Of Utah Pioneers (compilers)Good+ with no Dust Jacket, Utah Printing Company, 1960, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Cover slightly edge worn. Tape marks from previous owner. Spine is in poor condition. Previous owner's name inside front cover. ; Green hardcover with gold lettering. Large oversize hymnbook full of great Mormon Songs. Image of oxcart and wagon on cover. ; 8" x 10.5"; 324 pages, Second Edition, 

31249

Price: 16.00 USD 14.40 USD 
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PIONEER SONGS, Daughters Of Utah Pioneers (compilers)
4 PIONEER SONGS

Daughters Of Utah Pioneers (compilers)Very Good with no Dust Jacket, Daughters of the Utah Pioneers, 1960, Salt Lake City, UT

Spiral bound



Cover has some light edge and corner wear. Spiral Bound. Previous owner name inside front cover. ; Collection of songs used by the Pioneers enroute to and in the early settlements of the West. Also songs inspired and composed by the Pioneers in memory of their experiences. Arranged by Alfred M. Durham. ; 8" x 10.5", 

38333

Price: 18.00 USD 16.20 USD 
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PIONEER SONGS, Daughters Of Utah Pioneers (compilers)
5 PIONEER SONGS

Daughters Of Utah Pioneers (compilers)Very Good with no Dust Jacket, Utah Printing Company, 1968, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Cover slightly edge worn. Previous owner's name inside front cover. ; Green hardcover with gold lettering. Book has very little wear, overall excellent condition. Large oversize hymnbook full of great Mormon Songs. Image of oxcart and wagon on cover. ; 8" x 10.5"; 324 pages, 

13509

Price: 23.00 USD 20.70 USD 
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Journal of the Trail - Personal Journal Excerpts from Willie / Martin Handcart Members., Glazier, Stewart E. And Clark, Robert S.; Glazier, Stewart E. And Clark, Robert S.
6 Journal of the Trail - Personal Journal Excerpts from Willie / Martin Handcart Members.

Glazier, Stewart E. And Clark, Robert S.; Glazier, Stewart E. And Clark, Robert S.Very Good, 1997, 

Paperback



Cover has slight edge and corner wear. ; Personal journal excerpts from Willie/Martin handcart members. A great source for the personal journals of the members of the Willie and Martin Handcart Companies. ; 6" x 9"; 189 pages, 

43933

Price: 6.00 USD 5.40 USD 
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Scouting for the Mormons on the Great Frontier, Hanks, Sidney Alvarus & Ephraim K. Hanks
7 Scouting for the Mormons on the Great Frontier

Hanks, Sidney Alvarus & Ephraim K. HanksVery Good+ in Very Good Dust Jacket, Deseret Book, 1948, United States of America

Hardcover



Dust jacket is orange with black text and a picture of Eph Hanks sitting on a horse. Spine is yellow with white text. Edges and corners worn, cover rubbed. Book is bound in bright green linen with the title in gold, on spine as well. Very little wear, in excellent condition! Previous owner name inside front cover. ++ ; Action, adventure, almost incredible experiences make this story of a brave and good man's life one of the most interesting you will ever read. ; 5.5" x 8"; 298 pages, 

43209

Price: 37.00 USD 33.30 USD 
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Amasa Mason Lyman, Mormon Apostle and Apostate -  A Study in Dedication, Lyman, Edward Leo
8 Amasa Mason Lyman, Mormon Apostle and Apostate - A Study in Dedication

Lyman, Edward LeoNew in New Dust Jacket, University of Utah Press, 2009, 

Hardcover



Brand new hardcover book! 46 illustrations. ; The early history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is filled with fascinating characters, but few led a more tumultuous life than Amasa Lyman. Though he has been largely forgotten, this new biography provides a unique and revealing account of the early days of Mormonism and Lyman’s role in creating that history. He served as a missionary in the “burned-over” district of upstate New York and in Ohio before moving to Kirtland, where he suffered in the infant church’s financial crisis. He participated in the conflicts with hostile Missourians and emigrated to Nauvoo, Illinois. There, he became a leader in the church and a close associate of Joseph Smith. Lyman then led a company of pioneers across Iowa to Winter Quarters and on to the Salt Lake Valley. He was sent to the California gold fields and led the colonization of San Bernardino, where he became its first mayor, before returning to Utah, and he traveled to Europe as head of the church’s European missions.

Having spent more than thirty years in the service of his church, Lyman began to move away from its teachings after a series of conflicts with its second leader, Brigham Young. Lyman was one of the first Mormons to criticize the Mountain Meadows Massacre, which led to his dismissal as an apostle. He was excommunicated in 1870 and became one of the foremost spokesmen of the Godbeite Church of Zion movement before his death in 1877. Author Edward Leo Lyman chronicles Amasa Lyman’s life and interactions with Mormon history with an honesty true to his ancestor’s freethinking spirit.

Edward Leo Lyman taught history at North High School, Victor Valley College, California Polytechnic University at Pomona, and California State University, San Bernardino. He is the author of Political Deliverance: The Mormon Quest for Utah Statehood and San Bernardino: The Rise and Fall of a California Community. ; 7" x 10"; 672 pages, 

45289

Price: 39.95 USD 35.96 USD 
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REMEMBER - The Willie and Martin Handcart Companies and Their Rescuers--Past and Present, Riverton Wyoming Stake
9 REMEMBER - The Willie and Martin Handcart Companies and Their Rescuers--Past and Present

Riverton Wyoming StakeVery Good in Very Good Dust Jacket, 2006, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Tan-marbled DJ with gold, black, and rust-colored print, light shelf wear. Pages are clean and tight. Book in excellent condition! Previous owner name inside front cover. ; Compiled and written by members of the Riverton Wyoming Stake, 1997. Black & white and color charts and photographs. ; 9" x 11.5"; 214+ pages, 

22959

Price: 65.21 USD 58.69 USD 
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Far Away in the West; Reflections on the Mormon Pioneer Trail, Scott Esplin, Richard E. Bennett, Susan Easton Black, and Craig K. Manscill
10 Far Away in the West; Reflections on the Mormon Pioneer Trail

Scott Esplin, Richard E. Bennett, Susan Easton Black, and Craig K. ManscillNew in New Dust Jacket, RSC/Deseret Book Company, 2015, Provo, UT

Hardcover



Brand new hardcover book!

; The story of the Mormon exodus from Nauvoo to a new mountain home far away in the west still stirs the imagination of writers, artists, historians, and musicians. Letters, diaries, and other manuscript sources continue to be discovered that recount this thrilling chapter in Mormon history. An entire believing people came to trust that they would find their place to worship without fear of persecution if they followed their God. This book is divided into three sections of the Mormon pioneers experiences. Even readers who have followed this history will discover new and inspiring facts about this enduring story.

; 6.25" x 9.25"; 320 pages, 

57775

Price: 27.95 USD 22.36 USD 
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WESTWARD IN '47 (1847);  The Saga of the Mormon Pioneers, White, Nelson
11 WESTWARD IN '47 (1847); The Saga of the Mormon Pioneers

White, NelsonVery Good-, Dixon & Company, 1947, Salt Lake City, UT

Paperback



Cream cover with a brown, green, and white picture of a wagon train heading west. ; Tells the story of the Mormon pioneers who came to Utah in 1847.; B&W Illustrations; 8.5" x 11"; 43 pages, 

42197

Price: 9.75 USD 8.78 USD 
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