Harper. Harper's Weekly, November 6, 1858, containing article about Garland Hurt's escape from Danites into Johnston's Camp. Vol. II, No. 97. NY: Harper, 1858. 704-720pp. Illustrated. Newspaper. Book condition: Very good with slight misfolding, a few spots and gently creased edges with very short tears. Page 709 contains engraving of first calaboose (jail) in Salt Lake City. Article describes Danite abuse of federal Indian Agent Garland Hurt, his rescue by Indians, and subsequent delivery into the camp of General Albert Sidney Johnston. Describes deplorable condition of the jail and bias against non-Mormon inmates. . Very Good. 1858. (Inventory #: RHARPER01TW)
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