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A revised and enhanced edition of Lucy Mack Smith's story of the life of her son, the Prophet Joseph Smith. Her cherished stories gracefully unfold the details of his life through the emotional perspective of a mother.
Many books have been written about Joseph Smith. This one the product of Truman Madsen s deep love for the subject and years of research illuminates specific facets of Joseph Smith s greatness. The topics discussed include Joseph Smiths First Vision; his personality and character (including perspectives on his family life); his spiritual gifts and attributes; his varied trials; his Kirtland Temple experience; doctrinal developments in the Nauvoo...
Beginning in the 1830s, at least thirty-three women married Joseph Smith, the founder of Mormonism. These were passionate relationships which also had some longevity, except in cases such as that of two young sisters, one of whom was discovered by Joseph's first wife, Emma, in a locked bedroom with the prophet. Emma remained a steadfast opponent of polygamy throughout her life.
The majority of Smith's wives were younger than he, and one-third
17) Jane and Emma
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