Gathering in Harmony A Saga of Southern Utah Families, Their Roots and Pioneering Heritage, and The Tale of Antone Prince, Sheriff of Washington County

By: Prince, Stephen, L.

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334 pages, frontis. "Gathering in Harmony is a chronicle of ordinary people such as Allen Taylor, John H. Redd, George Prince, and James H. Imlay, whose lives collectively represent a cross-section of early Mormon history and the pioneering of southern Utah. Gathering in Harmony presents the story of Mormonism from the earliest days in Missouri, Illinois, and Iowa to the trek across the plains to Utah. Far more than a family history, the book deftly recreates the forces that influenced these people in their journeys and the way in which they themselves helped to shape events. Drawing on many primary sources, the narrative goes on to recount the early settlement of southern Utah, the story of New Harmony--a small town with a significant history--and culminates with the exploits of a most uncommon common man, Sheriff Antone B. Prince. Southern Utah in its early settlement years is revealed in words and deeds of the pioneers. Told with objectivity and a respect for the faith of his forebears, the author illuminates the lives of those who struggled to build up the inheritance for those who would follow."

Title: Gathering in Harmony A Saga of Southern Utah Families, Their Roots and Pioneering Heritage, and The Tale of Antone Prince, Sheriff of Washington County

Author Name: Prince, Stephen, L.

Categories: Travel & Exploration,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Spokane Washington, The Arthur H. Clark Company: 2004

ISBN Number: 0870623273

ISBN Number 13: 9780870623271

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: New

Type: Book

Seller ID: 014840

Keywords: Mormons, Utah, Missouri, overland travel, pioneers, Mountain Meadows