Table of contents for On the way to somewhere else : European sojourners in the Mormon West, 1834-1930 / edited by Michael W. Homer.

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Contents
Foreword	
Acknowledgments	
Editorial Procedures and Translations	
Introduction	
1.	"The Mormonites": The First European Observers, 1830-46	
Alexander Philipp Maximilian: They Complained Bitterly - Samuele Carlo Mazzuchelli: To See and Speak with a Heresiarch - Albert Karl Koch: A Place I Had Wished to See for a Long Time - Alexander Ziegler: The Completed Temple Was Arranged as a Barracks - Pierre-Jean De Smet: Mr. Young, an Affable and Very Polite Gentleman	
2.	"Polygamy is a Sword of Damocles": 
	Overland Travelers in Utah, 1849-55	
Leonetto Cipriani: We Don't Think Polygamy Can Last for Long - Jacob Heinrich Wilhelm Schiel: I Saw Not a Single Beautiful Woman - Jules R¿my: More Power Than Any Potentate of the World
3.	"Gathering to Zion": European Converts in Utah
Stepen Malan: The Test Was a Severe One - Daniel Bertoch: Oh How Toff He Was - John Ahmanson: Joyfully We Drove in to Zion - Louis Bertrand: This Strange Military Epic - 
4.	"But Brigham Young is Still Governor": 
	Mormonism's Secular Control, 1859-69
Israel Joseph Benjamin: The Heart of Mormon Country - Enrico Besana: The New Road of Iron - Olympe de Joaral Audouard: An Enourmous Caravan, Including Some Ladies
5.	"The King of the New Jerusalem": 
	Riding the Rails through Utah, 1869-77
Joseph Alexander, Baron von H¿bner: Sovereign of the Desert - Rudolph Schleiden: He Disapproved When Any Mormon Drank Wine or Beer - Louis Laurent Simonin: Stenhouse Promised to Introduce His Two Wives - Max Joseph August Heinrich Markus Buchner: Brigham Young Sat on His Sofa Slumped Down - Victor-Henri Rochefort-Lucay: Mr. Stenhouse . . . Resolved to "Confine" Us - Francesco Varvaro Pojero: He Would Convert You Immediately - Baron Arnold de Woelmont: One of the Most Astonishing Figures of Our Time
6.	"Excursions in My Own Mind": 
	European Fantasy Accounts of the Mormon West
Paul Duplessis: Abandon All Hope of Leaving - Heinrich Balduin Mollhausen: Polygamy is Common amongst Them - Jules Verne: At a Speed of Twenty Miles an Hour, A Course of Mormon History - Albert Robida: They Were Too Tired of the Solitary Life - Karl Friedrich May: We Will Not Give Up - Emilio Salgari: Strange Rituals and Polygamy - Guillaume Apollinaire: So Much Fertitlity after the Sterility of the Salt Desert - Pierre Beno¿t: Let Me Remind You . . . I am Infallible
7.	The Country of Apotheoses: 
	The First European Visitors to Southern Utah
Th. Gr. [Anonymous]: Mormons are Communists - Albert Tissandier: Wild, Forsaken Places - Carlo Gardini: A Little Worried the Indians Would Scalp Me
8.	The Many Scandinavians Who Live in Utah: 
	Northern Literary Lights in the Mormon West
Vilhelm Kristian Sigurd Tops¿e: The Era of Mormonism is Irrecoverably Over - Jonas Jonsson Stadling: Mormons Pay for Theatre Tickets with Watermelons - Paul Peter Waldenstr¿m: Here Comes Satan! - Paulus Henrik Cavling: You Have Seen God's Face
9.	God versus C¾sar: 
	The Last Struggle Before Statehood, 1877-96
Charles-Louis-Fran¿ois Andr¿: An Undulating Plain Garnished with Sauges en Brousailles - Rudolph Meyer: A Lot Can Be Learned from the Mormons - Giovanni Vigna dal Ferro: Do Not Believe That the Mormons are Savages - Friederick Martin von Bodenstedt: A Variety of Things Are Missing Here - Gabriel-Paul-Othenin-Barnard de Cleron D'Haussonville: Polygamy-That's What Always Troubles the Gentiles - St¿phane Jousselin: I Demand to See the Women
10.	Americans Like All the Other: 
	Accommodation after Statehood, 1896-1930
Jules Huret: Christians with Mohammedan Instincts - G. A. Zimmer: Such Blind Fanatical Zeal - David Bosio: I Was Lucky Enough to be Able to Gather Many Waldensians - Comtesse Madeleine and Mlle. Jacqueline de Bryas: The Mormons Looked Just Like All Other Human Beings
Afterword. "Hunters of the Picturesque": Utah in the Twenty-first Century
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Mormon pioneers -- West (U.S.) -- History -- Anecdotes.
Mormons -- West (U.S.) -- Social life and customs -- Anecdotes.
Frontier and pioneer life -- West (U.S.) -- Anecdotes.
West (U.S.) -- Social life and customs -- Anecdotes.
West (U.S.) -- Description and travel -- Anecdotes.
Travelers -- West (U.S.) -- Anecdotes.
Europeans -- West (U.S.) -- Anecdotes.
Travelers' writings, European.