Springville, UT: Hobble Creek Press, 2011. First Edition. 629pp. Quarto [28 cm] 1/2 brown buckram over illustrated boards. Title gilt stamped on the backstrip. Fine. ALS from the author laid in. The author has laid in a corrected index (which is mentioned in the ALS). Item #4637
Biography of a young Mormon Scout who disappeared after a leading a wagon train from Utah to Fort Garland, Colorado in 1858. Illustrated with photographs, illustrations and maps - many in full-color.
"Greg's story is, in many ways, a classic hero quest. Orphaned at an early age, Greg was forced to find himself and his destiny on that greatest stage of the 19th Century - the American West. His life was marked by tragedy, but like the true believers of his adopted faith, he never gave up. Greg's story, like that of the Latter-day Saint people, is one of repeated failures borne with a stubborn unwillingness to give up." - from the Introduction.