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Works have been aliased into Joseph Henry Smith.

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1. Joseph Smith, Jun. (1805-1844) translated the Book of Mormon, and wrote the bulk of the other works on this page.
2. Joseph Smith (1945-?) wrote Unequal giants; United States and Latin America.
3. Joseph Smith (b. 1948) selected and introduced the musical score, Tangos, Milongas and Other Latin-American Dances for Solo Piano.
4. Joseph Smith (b. 1979-05-20) wrote The Wolf.
5. Smith, Joseph 1670-1756 wrote Modern pleas for schism and infidelity review'd ...
6. Smith, Joseph 1819-1896 wrote Bibliotheca anti-quakeriana: or, A catalogue of books adverse to the…
7. Joseph Smith (fl. 1816) wrote Explanation or Key to the Various Manufactories of Sheffield.
8. Joseph Smith (UK, fl 1932) wrote Synoptic Gospels.
#10 Smith, Joseph Henry 1913-Colonial Justice in Western Massachusetts (1639 - 1702) The Pynchon Court…
#11. Smith, Joseph P. wrote The Challenge of the Hospital Chaplaincy



Also, there are several Joseph Smiths (all related and all authors) who are associated with either the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) or the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (RLDS Church, which is now known as the Community of Christ). Joseph Smith, Sen. (also known as Joseph Smith, Sr.) is the father of Joseph Smith, Jun. (also known as Joseph Smith, Jr., or simply as Joseph Smith [no Jun. or Jr.]) who is the father of Joseph Smith, III. Joseph Smith, Jun. is also the uncle of Joseph F. Smith, who is the father of Joseph Fielding Smith (also known as Joseph Fielding Smith, Jr.).

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