Families with the Mormon Battalion March of 1846-48
This book provides biographies and histories of the
33 wives, their husbands and children and other family members who
went with the Mormon Battalion in 1846-48. All of the women,
except 5, and their children and the family members, left the main
body of the Battalion at various points along the way and wintered in
Pueblo, Colorado, where the Mississippi Saints had settled a few
months before. The book also has more than 60 pictures.
The biographies and related material comprise nearly 300 pages of
text. View the Table of Contents.
Limited Paper Copies Available:
For the next few months, in celebration of
Pioneer Day, we are offering a combined deal for paper copies of both
books for only $40, a savings of $10. This includes the two
books, sales tax, and shipping and handling.
Click here for this offer.
Website supported by independent historians Gaylen and
Shirley Maynes, life members of the Mormon Battalion Association.
Crossing the Plains by Fred Christensen - used with
Pioneer woman graphic used with permission, MBA-Auxiliary.
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