Kingdom in the West: The Mormons and the American Frontier
Spokane, WA / Norman, OK: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1997-2019. First Editions. 16 volume set. 393,411,476,492,463,372,396,420,446,546,696,508,518,511,475,559pp. Octavos [24.5 cm] Light blue cloth with silver stamped titles in dark blue panels on the front boards and backstrips.
Volume 1: The Pioneer Camp of the Saints: The 1846 and 1847 Mormon Trail Journals of Thomas Bullock.
Volume 2: Forgotten Kingdom: The Mormon Theocracy in the American West, 1847-1896.
Volume 3: Scoundrel's Tale: The Samuel Brannan Papers.
Volume 4: Army of Israel: Mormon Battalion Narratives.
Volume 5: Defending Zion: George Q. Cannon and the California Mormon Newspaper Wars of 1856-1857.
Volume 6: Fort Limhi: The Mormon Adventure in Oregon Territory, 1855-1858.
Volume 7: Gold Rush Saints: California Mormons and the Great Rush for Riches.
Volume 8: On the Way to Somewhere Else: European Sojourners in the Mormon West, 1834-1930.
Volume 9: Doing the Works of Abraham: Mormon Polygamy Its origin, practice, and demise.
Volume 10: At Sword's Point, Part I: A Documentary History of the Utah War to 1858.
Volume 11: At Sword's Point, Part II: A Documentary History of the Utah War, 1858-1859.
Volume 12: Innocent Blood: Essential Narratives of the Mountain Meadows Massacre.
Volume 13: Playing with Shadows: Voices of Dissent in the Mormon West.
Volume 14: Dale Morgan on the Mormons: Collected Works, Part 1, 1939-1951.
Volume 15: Dale Morgan on the Mormons: Collected Works, Part 2, 1949-1970.
Volume 16: The Whites Want Everything: Indian-Mormon Relations, 1847-1877. Item #8066
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 Primary source documents, many of them previously unpublished, comprise this series' core.