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Mountain Meadows Massacre SiteRumored Massacre on the Plains, Los Angeles Star, October 3, 1857


Massacre of Arkansas and Missouri Emigrants, Los Angeles Star, October 10, 1857


The Immigrant Massacre, Daily Alta, San Francisco, October 17, 1857


Murders At Mountain Canon Confirmed, Daily Alta, San Francisco, October 27, 1857


The Federal  Government  and  the  Mormons, San Francisco Evening Bulletin, October 27, 1857


The Mormon Murderers, San Francisco Evening Bulletin, October 28, 1857

The  Mormons and the Late Massacre, San Francisco Evening Bulletin, November 5, 1857

Killing of Immigrants -- Mormons Falsely Accused, Western Standard, San Francisco, November 6, 1857

Brigham Young's Tactics, Daily Alta, San Francisco, San Francisco, Wed., December 23, 1857  

The Utah Expedition, New York Times, February 4, 1858

Special Report Of The Mountain Meadow Massacre, by J. H. Carleton, Brevet Major, United States Army, May 25, 1859


Surviving Children of the Murdered fix the Crime upon the Mormons, San Francisco Evening Bulletin, May 31, 1859.


The Massacre At Mountain Meadows, Harper's Weekly, August 8, 1859


Mountain Meadow Massacre: Statement of one of the Few Survivors, Daily Arkansas Gazette, September 1, 1875, Nancy Sophrona Huff Cate


Mountain Meadows Massacre, an 1889 Account by Hubert Howe Bancroft


Survivor of a Massacre: Mrs. Betty Terry, Arkansas Gazette, September 4, 1938


Martha Elizabeth Baker Terry Personal Account, date unknown


Mountain Meadow Massacre Related by Rebecca Dunlap Evans, Fort Smith Elevator, August 20, 1897


The Mountain Meadows Massacre: An Episode on the Road to Zion, by Sara Frances "Sallie" Baker Mitchell, The American Weekly, September, 1940 




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