Acknowledgments ; Abbreviations ; Introduction All "Mormon Elder-Berry's" Children ; Chapter 1 "The New Race" ; Chapter 2 Red, White, and Mormon: "Ingratiating themselves with the Indians" ; Chapter 3 Red, White, and Mormon: White Indians ; Chapter 4 Black, White, and Mormon: Amalgamation ; Chapter 5 Black, White, and Mormon: Black and White Slavery ; Chapter 6 Black, White, and Mormon: Miscegenation ; Chapter 7 Black, White, and Mormon: One Drop ; Chapter 8 Oriental, White, and Mormon ; Conclusion From Not White to Too White: The Continuing Contest over the Mormon Body ; Notes ; Index
W. Paul Reeve is associate professor of history at the University of Utah and the author of Making Space on the Western Frontier: Mormons, Miners, and Southern Paiutes, and co-editor of Mormonism: A Historical Encyclopedia.
This will be the definitive work on race and Mormonism from the religions origins to the early twentieth century * Paul Harvey, Journal of the American Academy of Religion * Overall, Reeve's book is a tremendous step forward in studies of Mormonism, race, and racialization, and indeed of race in American history more broadly. By examining a spectrum of groups, Reeve creates an unprecedentedly fleshed-out picture of these racial processes. * Alexandra Griffin, Reading Religion *