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1 (Lee, John Doyle). Cleland, Robert Glass & Brooks, Juanita, editors A MORMON CHRONICLE: The Diaries of John D. Lee 1848-1876: Volume II
San Marino, California: The Huntington Library, 1955. First edition. Volume II only of the two-volume set. Hardcover. Near fine in brown cloth with gilt spine titles on a red panel, map endpapers; in a somewhat nicked and soiled printed dust jacket. Tall octavo. Volume II: 480 pages; index; color frontispiece & 1 plate. 
Volume II only of the five previously unpublished diaries of John D. Lee, "one of the most tragic, controversial, and enigmatic figures in the history of the West." Lee’s diaries constitute a valuable chronicle of early Mormon settlement of Utah. 
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2 Kauffman, Ruth & Reginald Wright THE LATTER DAY SAINTS: A Study of the Mormons in the Light of Economic Conditions
London: Williams & Norgate, 1912. First edition, first printing. 363 pages; bibliography and index Hardcover. Nicks and small splits to the spine ends, pale uniform discoloration or age-toning to the covers, spine darkened, endsheets tanned, else a very good, tight copy in blue cloth with gilt titles and cover decoration; no dust jacket. 
An early account of Mormons presented for a British audience by the American journalists. Reginald Wright Kauffman's novel THE HOUSE OF BONDAGE, a book about prostitution, was highly praised by Emma Goldman in her essay, "The Traffic in Women." Scarce! 
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3 Taylor, P.A.M. EXPECTATIONS WESTWARD: The Mormons and the Emigration of their British Converts in the Nineteenth Century
Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 1966. First U.S. edition. Hardcover. Text paper has tanned, else near fine in blue cloth with spine titles gilt; in a lightly shelfworn dust jacket with several tears to the upper spine. 277 pages; appendix, bibliography, index. Illustrated with maps (one fold-out), a graph, and a table. 
This important study, first published in the U.K., is the first work to deal with the migration of British Mormons. An invaluable source providing a detailed discussion of Mormon missionary work in Britain and their colonising efforts in Utah. 
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