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Polygamy : or, The mysteries and crimes of Mormonism being a full and authentic history of polygamy and the Mormon sect from its origin to the present time, with a complete analysis of Mormon society and theocracy and an exposé of the secret rites and ceremonies of the Latter-day Saints

Author: J H Beadle; Ovando James Hollister
Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa. : National Pub. Co., 1882.
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Beadle, J.H. (John Hanson), 1840-1897.
Polygamy.
Philadelphia, Pa. : National Pub. Co., 1882
(OCoLC)656580781
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J H Beadle; Ovando James Hollister
OCLC Number: 6301758
Notes: Previous editions published under title: Life in Utah.
Description: 572 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Chapter I. The seed-bed of fanaticism --
The problem states --
Religious movements of 1800 --
'30 --
Convulsions, trances, jerks and visions --
Sidney Rigdon's "disciples' at Mentor, Ohio --
Hon. James A. Garfield's opinion --
Joseph Smith and family --
Origin of the fraud --
Chapter II. Zion in Missouri --
The Mormon church organized --
Conversion of the Pratts --
Rapid growth --
Sidney Rigdon's disciples come in en masse --
Kirtland headquarters --
Foundation of Zion in Missouri --
Threats against the gentiles --
Gentile resistance --
War --
Mormons expelled from Jackson county --
Chapter III. Kirtland communism and Missouri war --
Gathering of the deluded --
Thorough organization of the new church --
Mill, store and bank established --
Communism inaugurated --
The great explosion --
Smith and Rigdon flee to Missouri --
War breaks out --
Horrible atrocities on both sides --
Governor Boggs' "exterminating order" --
Hawn's mill massacre --
Mormons driven from the state --
Chapter IV. The Nauvoo wonder --
Alliance between the prophet and the land speculator --
Sudden and astonishing growth of Nauvoo --
Political trickery --
Mormons a power in Illinois --
The remarkable charters --
Malign influence in the courts --
Crime, trickery, and polygamy --
Intrigues of Dr. Bennett and the prophet --
Outrageous treatment of Mrs. Orson Pratt --
Dark days at hand --
Chapter V. The anti-Mormons' revenge --
Hostility aroused --
Spiritual wifery exposed --
Martha Brotherton's revelations --
The "expositor" destroyed by a Mormon mob --
Civil war breaks out --
Flight of the Smiths --
Recalled by Emma Smith --
They surrender and are assassinated in jail --
Chapter VI. The Mormons expelled from Illinois --
Funeral of the Smiths --
Remarkable disposition of the bodies --
Arrest and trial of those accused of the killing --
Reconstruction of the church --
The twelve apostles take the reins --
Murder of Miller and Leiza --
"Perfect oneness" --
War renewed --
Murders of Worrall, Wilcox, McBratney, Durfee, and Daubeneyer --
Iowa and western Illinois combine to expel the Mormons --
The "wolf-hunters" --
Closing scenes of war, murder, and misery --
Gentile Nauvoo --
Chapter VII. Settlement in Utah --
The Via Dolorosa --
Orson Hyde and Bill Hickman "regulate" bad characters --
Mormon battalion enlisted for Mexican war --
Colonel Kane's life among the Mormons --
Pioneer band goes to Utah --
State of Deseret --
Utah organized --
Governor Brigham Young --
Trouble with officials --
Gentiles fly the territory --
Official account of Utah affairs --
Mormons in open rebellion --
Chapter VIII. The reign of terror --
Epidemic madness --
All Utah goes crazy --
The Mormon empire projected; 1,200 by 800 miles in area --
Outposts from British America to Mexico --
The hand-cart scheme --
Horrible suffering --
The "reformation" --
Jeddy Grant --
Blood-atonement --
Mutilation and murder --
"Shed his blood and save his soul" --
Murder of the parishes, Potter, Henry Jones and mother, the bishop's wife, and many others --
Recovery from the madness --
Startling news from Washington --
War at hand and a fresh impulse of madness --
Chapter IX. The Mormon War of 1857 --
"Anniversary day" in Big Cottonwood --
A. O. Smoot's startling news --
"I am ready for the devils" --
Approach of the United States army --
Captain Van Vliet's mission --
Brigham forbids the United States to trespass --
"Up, awake, ye defenders of Zion" --
"Du dah, du dah, day!" --
Colonel Kane saves the Mormons --
Governor Cumming --
Commissioners Powell and McCullogh --
Entrance of the army --
Flight of the saints --
Their misery and poverty --
End of the war Chapter X. The Mormon murderers --
Causes of the mountain meadows massacre --
Death of apostle Pratt --
Vengeance sworn against Arkansas --
The wealthy emigrants --
Their destruction decreed --
"Let the almighty's arrows drink the blood of the accursed Gentiles" --
John D. Lee's council --
The emigrants treacherously captured --
The awful massacre --
The long delay of justice --
The author visits Lee and hears his confession --
Lee arrested --
National interest --
Lee's trial and execution --
Chapter XI. The government takes a hand in Utah --
The judges make inquiry into "blood-atonement" --
Investigation of the crimes of 1856-'57 --
A fresh outbreak --
Murders of Drown, Arnold, Sergeant Pike, Franklin McNeil and others --
Civil war in the states and Mormon glee --
Departure of Johnston's army --
Profits to the prophets --
Brigham's despotism restored --
Governors Dawson, Harding, Doty and Durkee --
Secretaries Wooton, Fuller, Reed and Higgins --
Murders of Potter, Wilson, Walker and Black Tom --
Of Brassfield and Robinson --
Panic of the Gentiles --
Peace restored --
The author arrives in Utah --
Chapter XII. My first year in Utah --
First impressions --
The holy city --
Topography --
Mormon leaders --
Travels in Utah --
"Pulling hair" --
Beastly cases of polygamy --
Mormon conference --
Votes non-intercourse with Gentiles --
A dreary winter --
Corinne --
The Sevier mines --
The author mobbed --
Sent to Washington --
Signs of a better day --
Chapter XIII. The debate on polygamy --
Dr. J. P. Newman --
Debate at long range --
Debate in Salt Lake City --
Example of the Israelites --
The author's observations Hypocrisy on the subject --
A broken heart --
Nameless horrors --
Marries his nieces --
Marriage of half-brother and sister --
Brigham justifies incest --
Hepworth Dixon's testimony --
Misery of women --
Infant mortality --
Degradation of all --
General effects --
Chapter XIV. Mormon doctrines --
A theologic conglomerate --
Sidney Rigdon's part --
Joseph Smith's --
Orson and Parley Pratt's --
Brigham Young's wonderful growth of Mormonism in England --
Analysis of the faith --
Gods, angels, spirits, and men --
Birth of spirits --
Adam falls uphill --
"The holy oil" --
Prayer cures --
Josephites on polygamy --
Their able arguments --
Gross perversions of scripture by Brighamites --
Eclectic theology --
Chapter XV. Mormon society --
A supposition --
Collection of the queer ones --
A few sharp managers --
The unfortunate and criminal --
"Sydney Coves" --
"Hickory Mormons" --
Broad humor --
Poetesses, as it were --
A rich field for satire --
The badly tithed victim --
Lying for one's religion --
Chapter XVI. Mormon government --
Absolutism --
An ancient model --
Three governments in Utah --
Church officials --
First president --
First presidency --
"The worst man in Utah" --
Quorum of Apostles --
"The twelve" --
A dozen men with fifty two wives --
President of Seventies --
Patriarch --
"A blessing for a dollar" --
Bishops --
High council --
Judges and jury --
Ward teachers --
The confessional --
Evangelists --
Secret police or "Danites" --
Civil government only an appendage --
Excessive power of the Mormon courts --
Perversions of law and justice --
Organic act defective --
Federal judges --
Their weakness and disgrace --
Verdicts dictated from the pulpit --
Probate judges really appointed by Brigham Young --
Voting system --
"Protecting the ballot" --
The Hooper McGroarty race --
Plurality of offices as well as wives --
Tyranny of the church --
The Mormon vs. the American idea --
The evils of which Gentiles complain --
XVII. The Mormon territory --
Territorial limits --
"Basins" --
"Sinks" --
"Flats" --
Rain and evaporation --
Elemental action and reaction --
Potamology --
Jordan --
Kay's Creek --
Weber --
Bear River --
Cache Valley --
Timber --
Blue Creek --
Promontory --
Great Desert --
Utah Lake --
Spanish Fork --
Salt Creek --
Timpanogos --
Sevier River --
Colorado System --
Fish --
Thermal and chemical springs --
Healing waters --
Hot water plants --
Analysis by Dr. Gale --
Mineral springs --
Salt beds --
Alkali flats --
Native salts --
Great Salt Lake --
First account --
Fremont --
Stansbury --
Amount of salt --
Valleys --
Rise of the Lake --
Islands --
Bear lake --
"Ginasticus" --
Utah Lake --
Climate --
Increase of rain --
Singular phenomena --
Fine air --
Relief for pulmonary complaints --
Natural wealth of Utah --
Game --
Indians and Mormons Chapter XVIII. Mormon mysteries and secret marriages --
The endowment --
Actors --
Scenery and dress --
Prerequisites --
Adam and Eve, the devil and Michael, Jehovah and Eloheim --
A new version --
Blasphemous assumptions --
Terrible oaths --
Barbarous penalties --
Origin --
Scriptures and "Paradise Lost" --
Eleusinian mysteries --
"Morgan's freemasonry" --
The witnesses --
Probabilities --
Their reasons --
Changes --
Secret marriages --
No proof --
Beating the Gentile courts --
XIX. Utah under Grant I --
The forward movement --
Attack on the entire Mormon position --
Judges Wilson, Hawley, and Strickland --
Chief Justice McKean --
Governor J.W Shaffer --
Secretary and Governor Vaughan --
Secretary Black and the Nauvoo Legion --
Movement for a state government --
Judge McKean's court overthrown --
His character --
XX. Utah under Grant II and Hayes --
The author's researches in Southern Utah --
John D. Lee, Jacob Hamlin, Bishop Windsor, Bishop Haight and other worthies --
Campaign of 1872 --
The Poland bill --
Prosecutions under it --
Frightful perjury --
Some polygamists convicted at last --
Renewed action against polygamy --
Mrs. Froiseth's anti Polygamy Standard --
President Hayes' views --
XXI. Brigham Young --
His remarkable position --
Compared with Queen Victoria and the Pope --
His birth, conversion, and rise in Mormonism --
Marries Mary Ann Angell, Lucy Decker Seely, Clara Decker, Clara Chase, Harriet Bowker, Lucy Bigelow, Harriet Barney et al. --
Death and funeral ceremonies --
His will --
Settlement of the estate --
Church reorganized --
John W. Young left out --
Brigham's character --
Was he a success? --
XXII. Late events in Utah --
A few progressive Mormons take hold --
Are defeated --
Gentiles contest the election of 1880 --
The Cannon Campbell contest --
Trial of the old church murders --
The Aikin massacre proved --
Mormon jury acquits --
Bruton tired for the Morrisite massacre --
Other trials --
Degradation of Brigham's family --
Legislatures of 1880 and 1882 --
Proposed congressional legislation --
XXIII. Dissenting Mormon sects --
Natural tendency to dissent --
The Nauvoo break up --
James Jesse Strang --
Reappearance of Dr. John C. Bennett --
Voree --
Kingdom on Beaver Island --
Murder of Strang --
Joseph Morris --
Trouble with the law --
Murder of Morris, Banks, and the women --
Dispersion of the Morrisites --
"Reorganized church" --
Young Joe Smith --
David Hyrum Smith --
William Alexander Smith --
Raid of 1869 --
Present condition --
Godbeites --
Changes in the Brighamite church --
XXIV. The Utah of today --
The last conference --
Official roll of the church --
Ominous change in tone --
Statistics of the church --
One temple completed, and three under way --
The Gentiles --
Their gain in mineral wealth --
Rapid railroad development --
Fertile area --
Livestock --
Present and future --
A restrospect --
The central figure: Chief Justice McKean
Other Titles: Life in Utah
Mysteries and crimes of Mormonism
Responsibility: by J.H. Beadle, assisted by O.J. Hollister.

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