The Early Journals of John D. Lee
NP: NP, . Print-on-demand. Hardcover/dust jacket. 585pp.
John D. Lee's early journals deal primarily with his experience as a Mormon missionary. He fulfilled six distinct callings as such during this period, taking him into what then comprised the western states of the United States. This included Indiana, Illinois, Tennessee, Missouri, Arkansas and Kentucky; though most of these efforts took place in Tennessee. Later journals cover a brief time in Nauvoo before the exodus (including details on his service in the Nauvoo Temple), sojourn at Winter Quarters and his experiences in the Mormon Battalion. With the exception of his Battalion journal, all are previously unpublished. New. Item #24479