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Mormon Settlement in Arizona (1921)

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Mormon Settlement in Arizona (1921)

by James H. McClintock


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This is the most in-depth study of the geography and spread of the LDS Church in Arizona.
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    Written by a non-Mormon historian, the book shows an objective yet sympathetic look at the spread of the Church in the Southwest. Looking at the entire Arizona Territory as his field of study as well as the march of the Mormon Battalion, the author discusses LDS impact on the California Goldrush; the make-up of the State of Deseret; and many early trails through Arizona. Particular mention is made of Jacob Hamblin; various Indian uprisings; and the massive numbers and histories of LDS settlements organized throughout Arizona - he documents about 250 such settlements. This is excellent resource material for all Arizona Saints, and Church and Southwest historians. 307 pages

    Additional Information

    ISBN 9781930679115
    Author James H. McClintock
    Age Group 12-18
    Book Type paperback

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