The Saints and Union: UTAH TERRITORY DURING THE CIVIL WAR (2020)

The Saints and Union: UTAH TERRITORY DURING THE CIVIL WAR E.B. Long The Saints and Union UTAH TERRITORY DURING THE CIVIL WAR The history of Utah during the Civil War can be written largely in terms of two personalities and this E B Long has done They were Brigham Young the dynamic and commanding president of the Church of
  • Title: The Saints and Union: UTAH TERRITORY DURING THE CIVIL WAR
  • Author: E.B. Long
  • ISBN: 9780252070112
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Paperback
The Saints and Union: UTAH TERRITORY DURING THE CIVIL WAR E.B. Long The history of Utah during the Civil War can be written largely in terms of two personalities, and this E B Long has done They were Brigham Young, the dynamic and commanding president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints, and General Patrick Edward Connor, the mercurial Irishman who commanded federal troops in Utah from 1862 to 1865 Those who like The history of Utah during the Civil War can be written largely in terms of two personalities, and this E B Long has done They were Brigham Young, the dynamic and commanding president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints, and General Patrick Edward Connor, the mercurial Irishman who commanded federal troops in Utah from 1862 to 1865 Those who like their history straight from the sources will find The Saints and the Union a gem It is solid history, comprehensively documenting an important period in Utah and Mormon history Robert M Utley, Journal of Southern History Clearly the standard history of an unusual and interesting aspect of the Civil War G Thomas Edwards, Pacific Northwest Quarterly Long avoids the provincialism that has persistently plagued Mormon history by placing his account firmly within the broader perspective of American history This is a solid, scholarly, objective work which deserves the attention of all students of Mormonism, the Civil War, and the American West Newell G Bringhurst, Journal of the West Long presents a wealth of material that vividly illustrates the paranoia, suspicion, and fear real or feigned that characterized the poles of authority civil, military, and religious in Utah during the war years By letting the major personalities in Utah speak their minds during these troubled years, E B Long s book provides a much greater understanding of the Civil War on the western border Harwood P Hinton, Civil War History
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One thought on “The Saints and Union: UTAH TERRITORY DURING THE CIVIL WAR

  1. Faith Woodard

    This book is 70% quotes This makes the narrative a little dry The quotes are redundant at times I read it because I was interested in reading about the church leadership at a time the government was not so friendly to the church It accomplished this What I walked away with is Brigham was very dedicated to the notion the Constitution was a correct outline of how our government should be organized, but how it was being practiced was far from following that outline It is negative towards Brigham at [...]

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