One of the important pieces of information found in this journal is a list of his deceased relatives that John D. Lee was baptized for. It contradicts the information found in the original Nauvoo Temple records. Those records are where the information that Sarah Doyle was his mother was mistakenly entered. The correct information is in this journal.
The name of the book is The Early Journals of John D. Lee. To purchase the book, go to lulu.com, scroll down to Biographies/Memoirs, then put John D. Lee in the search box and it comes up. The following is the informational blurb on the site.
"John D. Lee's early journals, deal primarily with his experience as a Mormon missionary. He fulfilled six distinct callings as such during this period, taking him into what then comprised the western states of the United States. This included Indiana, Illinois, Tennessee, Missouri, Arkansas and Kentucky; though most of these efforts took place in Tennessee."
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