“Highly recommended for all research collections of LDS and American history in public and college libraries.” Read more.
“A vivid, gripping narrative of one of the most notorious mass murders in all American history, and a model for how historians should do their work. This account of a long-controversial horror is scrupulously researched, enriched with contemporary illustrations, and informed by the lessons of more recent atrocities.”
Daniel Walker Howe
, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of
What Hath God Wrought: The Transformation of America, 1815–1848