Spokane, WA / Norman, OK: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1997-2019. Limited Edition, 28/55. 16 volume set. 393,411,476,492,463,372,396,420,446,546,696,508,518,511,475,559pp. Octavo [24.5 cm] Dark blue leather with the titles silver stamped on the front boards and backstrips. Fine. All sixteen keepsakes present. The keepsakes are housed in a custom wood slipcase.
Volume 1: 'The Pioneer Camp of the Saints: The 1846 and 1847 Mormon Trail Journals of Thomas Bullock' /with/ 'Glorious News from the Salt Lake: The Mormon Trail Letters of Thomas Bullock' (keepsake).
Volume 2: 'Forgotten Kingdom: The Mormon Theocracy in the American West, 1847-1896' /with/ 'Proclamation of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ, of Latter-day Saints' (keepsake).
Volume 3: 'Scoundrel's Tale: The Samuel Brannan Papers' /with/ 'Cities of the Wicked: Alexanders Badlam Reports on Mormon Prospects in California and China in the 1850s' (keepsake).
Volume 4: 'Army of Israel: Mormon Battalion Narratives' /with/ 'A Bright, Rising Star: A Brief Life and a Letter of James Ferguson Sergeant Major, Mormon Battalion; Adjutant General, Nauvoo Legion' (keepsake).
Volume 5: 'Defending Zion: George Q. Cannon and the California Mormon Newspaper Wars of 1856-1857' /with/ 'Mind Your Own Business! Humor in the Western Standard' (keepsake).
Volume 6: 'Fort Limhi: The Mormon Adventure in Oregon Territory, 1855-1858' /with/ 'The Trial of Sylvanus Collett' (keepsake).
Volume 7: 'Gold Rush Saints: California Mormons and the Great Rush for Riches' /with/ 'My Life Was Spared for Some Purpose: Zadok Knapp Judd and Jonathan Harriman Holmes in California and on the Road Home to Zion' (keepsake).
Volume 8: 'On the Way to Somewhere Else: European Sojourners in the Mormon West, 1834-1930' /with/ 'Arthur Conan Doyle: A Fine Spirit of Tolerance' (keepsake).
Volume 9: 'Doing the Works of Abraham: Mormon Polygamy Its origin, practice, and demise' /with/ 'For the Sake of Our Religion: The Prison Journal of Levi Savage Jr.' (keepsake).
Volume 10: 'At Sword's Point, Part I: A Documentary History of the Utah War to 1858' /with/ 'To Fond of Fighting: Selected Excerpts from Sergeant-Major William Porter Finlay's Dispatches to the Saint Louis Leader from the Utah Expedition's Battalion of U.S. Volunteers' (keepsake).
Volume 11: 'At Sword's Point, Part II: A Documentary History of the Utah War, 1858-1859' /with/ 'The Executive of Utah: Selected Utah War Documents and Commentary Relating to Thomas L. Kane's Lost Lecture in Defense of Governor Alfred Cumming New York Historical Society 21 March 1859' (keepsake).
Volume 12: 'Innocent Blood: Essential Narratives of the Mountain Meadows Massacre' /with/ 'Stones, Clubs, and Gun Barrels: Two Lost Accounts of the Mountain Meadows Massacre' (keepsake).
Volume 13: 'Playing with Shadows: Voices of Dissent in the Mormon West' /with/ 'The Coming Storm: The Murder of Jesse Thompson Hartley' (keepsake).
Volume 14: 'Dale Morgan on the Mormons: Collected Works, Part 1, 1939-1951' /with/ 'Letters by Forty-Niners Written from Great Salt Lake City in 1849. Part I: Introduction and Letters I-III' (keepsake).
Volume 15: 'Dale Morgan on the Mormons: Collected Works, Part 2, 1949-1970' /with/ 'Letters by Forty-Niners Written from Great Salt Lake City in 1849. Part II: Introduction and Letters IV-VIII' (keepsake).
Volume 16: 'The Whites Want Everything: Indian-Mormon Relations, 1847-1877' /with/ 'An Anguished Odyssey: The Flight of the Utes, 1906-1908' (keepsake). Item #5518
Acclaimed series on the Mormon Church and the American West. All volumes and keepsakes signed by the authors or editors. The Kingdom in the West Series, subtitled "The Mormons and the American Frontier," is an award-winning series begun in 1997 that explored the story of the Latter-day Saints and their part in the greater history of the Western Frontier. The history of the Mormons in the American West is so sweeping it is easy to ignore episodes that, for one reason or another, found no place in the traditional annals of the region. This series explored the story of the Mormon people and their part in the greater history of the Western Frontier. Primary source documents, many of them previously unpublished, comprise this series' core.