The Religious, Social, and Political History of the Mormons; Or, Latter-Day Saints, from Their Origin to the Present Time

The Religious, Social, and Political History of the Mormons; Or, Latter-Day Saints, from Their Origin to the Present Time

by Henry Mayhew
     
 
This scarce text details the complete history of the Latter-Day Saints, with particular emphasis given to the character of the extraordinary man, Joseph Smith. This text considers Joseph Smith’s life from his humble birth in a tent to his want of education, his boldness, inexorable perseverance, defiance in the face of danger, and his ultimate overcoming of

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This scarce text details the complete history of the Latter-Day Saints, with particular emphasis given to the character of the extraordinary man, Joseph Smith. This text considers Joseph Smith’s life from his humble birth in a tent to his want of education, his boldness, inexorable perseverance, defiance in the face of danger, and his ultimate overcoming of obstacles which culminated in his founding a new religion. A thoroughly interesting account, this text will appeal to historians, theologians, and those interested in the history of the sect. Henry Mayhew was a playwright, English social researcher, journalist, and reformation advocate. Originally published in 1857, this book is republished with a new biography of its author.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781447465140
Publisher:
Read Books Design
Publication date:
10/31/2012
Pages:
434
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.97(d)

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