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Legacy Library: Joseph Smith

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TagsCommunity of Christ Archives (6), School of the Prophets (3), HBLL (1), Samuel Harrison Smith (1), Hyrum Smith (1), LDS Archives (1) — see all tags

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About meJoseph Smith (1805-1844) is best known as the founder of the Latter Day Saint (Mormon) religious movement.

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About my librarySmith's LT catalog is based on the following sources:

Evans, John Henry. Joseph Smith, an American Prophet. New York: Macmillan Co, 1933.

Godfrey, Kenneth W. "A Note on the Nauvoo Library and Literary Institute." BYU Studies 14.3 (1974): 386-389

Smith, Joseph, 1805-1844, and Dean C. Jessee, ed. The Papers of Joseph Smith, Volume 2: Journal, 1832-1842. Salt Lake City, UT: Deseret Book Co, 1992.

Stevenson, Edward. Reminiscences of Joseph, the Prophet, and the Coming Forth of The Book of Mormon. Salt Lake City: Published by the Author, 1893.

Volume tagged "LDS Archives" is located in the LDS archives.

Volume tagged "HBLL" is located in the Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University.

Volumes tagged "Community of Christ Archives" are located in the Community of Christ (formerly RLDS) Archives.


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