By Michael W Homer
Originally a quantity within the sequence Kingdom within the West: The Mormons and the yankee Frontier, this new printing of with a view to in different places captures nearly 100 years of assorted perceptions, revealing an unforeseen glimpse into the actual improvement of Utah and the political evolution of Mormonism.
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48 ON THE WAY TO SOMEWHERE ELSE met members o f the M orm on Battalion, including a veteran o f W elling tons peninsular campaign. Edwin Bryant found M orm ons in California who had arrived with Sam Brannan on the ship Brooklyn. ” Bryant returned to the East with Gen. Stephen W. Kearny, whose “ Life Guards” consisted o f M orm on Battalion veterans. ” 4 President Buchanan sent federal troops to Utah to quell what some had described as a theocratic rebellion, and during the same year Mormons exe cuted the Mountain Meadows massacre.
Ziegler published a volume on American democracy in 1848 and in 1856 29 Allen and Leonard, The Story of tlx Latter-day Saints, 234. 32 Z ie g l e r , S k izzen einer R eise durch N ordamerika und Westindien [ S k e t c h e s of T r a v e l T h r o u g h N o rth A m e r ic a a n d t h e W est I n d ie s ], 243—47. T r a n sl a t e d by W o uter H a n e g r a a ff. In the late afternoon we sailed past Fort Madison, and some hours later we reached Nauvoo. After we had left the boat here— which moored a bit later farther down at the other shore at Montrose— so that we could visit the city o f the “ Latter-day Saints” we went, over a softly ascending slope, from the shore to the slightly-distanced, spaciously constructed Mormon city, which consisted o f small houses, and were highly surprised to find here the temple not only open, but also a troop o f cavalry before it, considerably armed and equipped with three-pounders.
Events in Utah began to be reported only after M orm on missionaries arrived in Piedmont in 1850. 22 W hittaker, "Early M orm on Pamphleteering,” 58. 23 Positio Super Vita, Virtutibus et Fama Sanctitatis. T he Positio mentions Mazzuchelli’s visit with Joseph Smith and his observations on Mormonism. P. T h e first English translation o f M azzuchelli’s Memoirs appeared in The Young Eagle, a magazine published by Santa Clara C ol lege in Sinsinawa, W isconsin, from February 1898 to December 1901.