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Tragedy and Truth;  What Happened at Hawn's Mill, History of the Saints & Alexander L. Baugh & Glenn Rawson & Dennis Lyman
Tragedy and Truth; What Happened at Hawn's Mill
History of the Saints & Alexander L. Baugh & Glenn Rawson & Dennis Lyman
24.99 USD 22.49 USD
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Lost Apostles:   Forgotten Members of Mormonism's Original Quorum of the Twelve, Marquardt, H. Michael &  William Shepard
Lost Apostles: Forgotten Members of Mormonism's Original Quorum of the Twelve
Marquardt, H. Michael & William Shepard
35.95 USD 32.36 USD
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THE MISSOURI PERSECUTIONS, Roberts, B. H
THE MISSOURI PERSECUTIONS
Roberts, B. H
9.00 USD 8.10 USD
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REGIONAL STUDIES IN LATTER-DAY SAINT CHURCH HISTORY -  Missouri, Garr, Arnold K. and Johnson, Clark V.
REGIONAL STUDIES IN LATTER-DAY SAINT CHURCH HISTORY - Missouri
Garr, Arnold K. and Johnson, Clark V.
7.00 USD 6.30 USD
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Fire and Sword - A History of the Latter-Day Saints in Northern Missouri, 1836-39, Gentry , Leland Homer and Compton, Todd M.
Fire and Sword - A History of the Latter-Day Saints in Northern Missouri, 1836-39
Gentry , Leland Homer and Compton, Todd M.
36.95 USD 33.26 USD
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THE TEMPLE OF PROMISE - Jackson County Missouri, Billeter, Julius C.
1 THE TEMPLE OF PROMISE - Jackson County Missouri

Billeter, Julius C.Very Good- in Very Good Dust Jacket, Zions Printing and Publishing, 1946, Independence , Missouri

Hardcover



Cover has some light edge and corner wear. Scarce DJ is in very good condition. Signed by author inside front cover. Previous owner name inside front cover.

; Contents includes - Joseph Smith, Religious Awakening, Revelations - Organization of the Church - Zion to Be Established - Mission to the Lamanites - Independence – A Settlement in the Wilderness - Important Frontier and Outfitting Post - Missionaries Preach to the Indians - Zion to be in Jackson County - Gathering of the Saints - Dedication of New Jerusalem and Temple Site - description of Jackson County - Purchase of Temple Site - Leadership of the Church at Independence - Colesville Branch Thrives - Church Celebrates Third Anniversary - Mob Uprising - Planning of New Jerusalem - Free People of Color - Beware of False Prophets - The Secret Constitution - Mass Meeting – Printing Office Destroyed - Brethern Tarred and Feathered - Mobs Complete Destruction - Saints Exiled - Zions Camp - and Much More

; 5.5" x 7.75"; 155 pages, 

57945

Price: 16.00 USD 14.40 USD 
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2 The Eternal Perspective of Zion's Camp

Bradley, James L.Very Good, Self Published By Author, 2004, Logan, UT

Paperback



Cover has some light edge and corner wear.

; The history of Zion's Camp covers only a five month period from the latter part of January until the first part of August 1834. A band of 200 men marched toward Jackson County, Missouri, with the intention of helping their fellows reclaim the land from which they had been ejected by mobs and the local government. Although no fighting ever took place, the value of the experiences and the intended results are still strongly felt in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints today. Zion's Camp was a catalyst for the early saints' development, and continues to be an example for people alive today. This book is the result of many years of teaching and research. Aside from its historical importance, it is a great tool in helping people understand what an eternal perspective is, and how to get it. The experiences of those involved in Zion's Camp present us with excellent examples to follow in our own lives. Gaining an eternal perspective is to learn what truth is and then have the determination to follow it.

; 6" x 9"; 412 pages, 

58124

Price: 51.75 USD 46.58 USD 
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Far West Record - Minutes of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 1830-1844, Cannon, Donald Q. (editor) ; Cook, Lyndon W. (editor)
3 Far West Record - Minutes of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 1830-1844

Cannon, Donald Q. (editor) ; Cook, Lyndon W. (editor)Very Good, Deseret Book, 1983, Salt Lake City, UT

Paperback



Cover has some light edge and corner wear. ; A complication of the minutes of various meetings of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1830 to 1844, The Far West Record is an historically important record of the early Church. The editors of this volume have taken great pains to retain the spelling, punctuation, and paragraphing of the original document. They have also included valuable footnote annotations, an extensive general index, a date index, and a biographical appendix. The Far West Record will make fascinating reading for everyone seriously interested in the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; 6" x 9"; 318 pages, 

14919

Price: 18.90 USD 17.01 USD 
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THE MORMON CONFLICT, 1850-1859,, Furniss, Norman F
4 THE MORMON CONFLICT, 1850-1859,

Furniss, Norman FVery Good-, Yale University Press, 1960, New Haven

Paperback



Cover has some light edge and corner wear. Previous owner name inside front cover.

; To many a Mormon the great Civil War was not the War between the States but the bitter controversy with the federal government in the 1850’s. Here for the first time is the fascinating and unbiased account of the Latter-day Saints’ battle to live a life of their own choosing, politically and religiously, and the Government’s retaliatory effort to protect and enforce federal laws. This long controversy, beginning decades before the climax in 1857, is fully detailed.

"With urbanity, wit and a cool judicial sense, Norman F. Furniss . . . has reconstructed a tragi-comic episode in American history, the 'Mormon War' of 1857-58. . . . Exciting reading. His vignettes of both Mormon and non-Mormon figures are brilliantly etched."—New York Times.; Yale historical publications Series; 5" x 8"; 311 pages, 

25810

Price: 12.00 USD 10.80 USD 
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REGIONAL STUDIES IN LATTER-DAY SAINT CHURCH HISTORY -  Missouri, Garr, Arnold K. and Johnson, Clark V.
5 REGIONAL STUDIES IN LATTER-DAY SAINT CHURCH HISTORY - Missouri

Garr, Arnold K. and Johnson, Clark V.Very Good, Brigham Young University, 1994, Provo, Utah

Paperback



Cover has some light edge and corner wear. ; A great book to learn about the LDS history of Missouri. ; 6" x 9"; 366 pages, First Edition, 

4369

Price: 7.00 USD 6.30 USD 
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Fire and Sword - A History of the Latter-Day Saints in Northern Missouri, 1836-39, Gentry , Leland Homer and Compton, Todd M.
6 Fire and Sword - A History of the Latter-Day Saints in Northern Missouri, 1836-39

Gentry , Leland Homer and Compton, Todd M.New in New Dust Jacket, Greg Kofford Books, 2009, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Brand New! ; Many Mormon dreams flourished in Missouri. So did many Mormon nightmares.

The Missouri period--especially from the summer of 1838 when Joseph took over vigorous, personal direction of this new Zion until the spring of 1839 when he escaped after five months of imprisonment - represents a moment of intense crisis in Mormon history. Representing the greatestextremes of devotion and violence, commitment and intolerance, physical suffering and terror--mobbings, battles, massacres, and political “knockdowns”-- it shadowed the Mormonpsyche for a century.

Leland Gentry was the first to step beyond this disturbing period as a one-sided symbol of religious persecution and move toward understanding it with careful documentation and evenhanded analysis. In Fire and Sword, Todd Compton collaborates with Gentry to update this foundational work with four decades of new scholarship, more insightful critical theory, and the wealth of resources that have become electronically available in the last few years.

Compton gives full credit to Leland Gentry's extraordinary achievement, particularly in documenting the existence of Danites and in attempting to tell the Missourians’ side of the story; but he also goes far beyond it, gracefully drawing into the dialogue signal interpretations written since Gentry and introducing the raw urgency of personal writings, eyewitness journalists, and bemused politicians seesawing between human compassion and partisan harshness. In the lush Missouri landscape of the Mormon imagination where Adam and Eve had walked out of the garden and where Adam would return to preside over his posterity, the towering religious creativity of Joseph Smith and clash of religious stereotypes created a swift and traumatic frontier drama that changed the Church. ; 7" x 10"; 635 pages, 

51857

Price: 36.95 USD 33.26 USD 
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I SAW ANOTHER ANGEL FLY, Grant, Carter E.
7 I SAW ANOTHER ANGEL FLY

Grant, Carter E.Very Good in Very Good- Dust Jacket, Deseret Book, 1959, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Cover has some light edge and corner wear.

; LDS restoration history. ; 6" x 9"; 356 pages, 

20594

Price: 9.50 USD 8.55 USD 
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I SAW ANOTHER ANGEL FLY, Grant, Carter E.
8 I SAW ANOTHER ANGEL FLY

Grant, Carter E.Very Good with no Dust Jacket, Deseret Book, 1959, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Cover has some light edge and corner wear. No Dust Jacket.

; LDS restoration history.

; 6" x 9"; 356 pages, 

57962

Price: 8.50 USD 7.65 USD 
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Tragedy and Truth;  What Happened at Hawn's Mill, History of the Saints & Alexander L. Baugh & Glenn Rawson & Dennis Lyman
9 Tragedy and Truth; What Happened at Hawn's Mill

History of the Saints & Alexander L. Baugh & Glenn Rawson & Dennis LymanNew in New Dust Jacket, Covenant Communications Inc., 2014, 

DVD



Brand new DVD ; On the afternoon of October 30, 1838, a vigilante force of more than two hundred armed men attacked and raided the small settlement known as Hawn's Mill in eastern Caldwell County, Missouri. The premeditated assault left seventeen Mormon men and boys dead and more than a dozen other wounded. But those who remained had little time to mourn their loss. Afraid of another attack, short of help, and facing unseasonably cold temperatures, the shocked survivors quickly buried fourteen of their dead in an unfinished dry well.

During the weeks and months that followed, life at Hawn's Mill was bleak, especially for the women and children whose husbands and fathers had been killed or wounded and who struggled to provide for their families. Yet the experiences of the Latter-day Saints at Hawn's Mill exemplify incredible faith, courage, and commitment in the midst of terrible tragedy. Their stories touch the deepest of sympathies, inspire faith, strengthen testimony, and should never be forgotten.

But why did the attack occur? Who was involved? And did the Saints at Hawn's Mill disobey Joseph Smith's counsel? These and other telling questions are explained and clarified by four top LDS Church history scholars in this fascinating book devoted exclusively to helping readers understand why and how the massacre at Hawn's Mill happened.

But why did the attack occur? Who was involved? And did the Saints at Hawn’s Mill disobey Joseph Smith’s counsel? These and other telling questions are explained and clarified in this first-of-a-kind DVD devoted exclusively to helping viewers understand the massacre at Hawn’s Mill.; DVD; 128 pages, 

57188

Price: 16.88 USD 15.19 USD 
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Tragedy and Truth;  What Happened at Hawn's Mill, History of the Saints & Alexander L. Baugh & Glenn Rawson & Dennis Lyman
10 Tragedy and Truth; What Happened at Hawn's Mill

History of the Saints & Alexander L. Baugh & Glenn Rawson & Dennis LymanNew in New Dust Jacket, Covenant Communications Inc., 2014, 

Hardcover



Brand new hardcover book! ; On the afternoon of October 30, 1838, a vigilante force of more than two hundred armed men attacked and raided the small settlement known as Hawn's Mill in eastern Caldwell County, Missouri. The premeditated assault left seventeen Mormon men and boys dead and more than a dozen other wounded. But those who remained had little time to mourn their loss. Afraid of another attack, short of help, and facing unseasonably cold temperatures, the shocked survivors quickly buried fourteen of their dead in an unfinished dry well.

During the weeks and months that followed, life at Hawn's Mill was bleak, especially for the women and children whose husbands and fathers had been killed or wounded and who struggled to provide for their families. Yet the experiences of the Latter-day Saints at Hawn's Mill exemplify incredible faith, courage, and commitment in the midst of terrible tragedy. Their stories touch the deepest of sympathies, inspire faith, strengthen testimony, and should never be forgotten.

But why did the attack occur? Who was involved? And did the Saints at Hawn's Mill disobey Joseph Smith's counsel? These and other telling questions are explained and clarified by four top LDS Church history scholars in this fascinating book devoted exclusively to helping readers understand why and how the massacre at Hawn's Mill happened.

; 7.25" x 10.75"; 128 pages, 

57187

Price: 24.99 USD 22.49 USD 
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Lost Apostles:   Forgotten Members of Mormonism's Original Quorum of the Twelve, Marquardt, H. Michael &  William Shepard
11 Lost Apostles: Forgotten Members of Mormonism's Original Quorum of the Twelve

Marquardt, H. Michael & William ShepardNew in New Dust Jacket, Signature Books, 2014, 

Hardcover



Brand New Music CD. ; Before the LDS Church was organized, Joseph Smith received a revelation telling him that twelve men would be called as latter-day apostles. Their assignment would be to warn men and women that the end was near. Although the determination of who would fill these positions was delayed for five years, when it finally happened, God reiterated that these men were to “prune the vineyard for the last time” because the Second Coming was nigh. In fact, “fifty six years would wind up the scene,” they were told. Of the twelve men selected, nine would eventually be pruned from the vineyard themselves, to varying degrees. Seven were excommunicated, one of whom was reinstated to his position in the Twelve. Of the other six, the subjects of this book, none returned to the apostleship and four never came back to the Church at all. Those who left faded into obscurity except for when they are occasionally still mentioned in sermons as cautionary tales. But two of them made their marks in other areas of society, John Boynton becoming a successful dentist, a popular lecturer, geologist, and inventor with dozens of important patents to his name, while Lyman Johnson became a prominent attorney and business owner.Even though Luke Johnson, Thomas B. Marsh, William McLellin, and William Smith became religious wanderers and tried unsuccessfully to adjust to life outside of the Church, their experiences were interesting and comprise valuable case studies in belief and disaffection. ; 9.13 X 6.30 X 0.94 inches; 400 pages, 

56967

Price: 35.95 USD 32.36 USD 
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THE MISSOURI PERSECUTIONS, Roberts, B. H
12 THE MISSOURI PERSECUTIONS

Roberts, B. HVery Good with no Dust Jacket, Bookcraft, 1965, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Cover has some light edge and corner wear. Previous owner name inside front cover. ; No one wrote LDS Church history like Elder B. H. Roberts. He was both an eyewitness to many of the events and a meticulous researcher. This book is one of his most acclaimed. It plainly details the Saints' settling the promised land of Zion, the reasons for the suspicions of their neighbors, the subsequent persecutions, and the exodus to Illinois. I Elder Roberts' unique, flowing style, he tells the story of: · The search for Zion· The mission to the Lamanites· Discovering Adam-ondi-Ahman· The Kirtland apostasy· Zions' Camp· Expulsions: Independence to Clay County to Far Wet to Illinois· Betrayal - Liberty Jail· The Battle of Crooked River· Haun's Mill· The Extermination OrderIn Elder Roberts words: "The one thought above all others in my mind has been to present to the youth of the Latter-day Saints a circumstantial account of their fathers, that they might know how much was endured by their fathers for the truth's sake; that they might learn to prize it for what it cost their fathers." ; 6.25" x 9.25"; 333 pages, 

9534

Price: 9.00 USD 8.10 USD 
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Far Away in the West; Reflections on the Mormon Pioneer Trail, Scott Esplin, Richard E. Bennett, Susan Easton Black, and Craig K. Manscill
13 Far Away in the West; Reflections on the Mormon Pioneer Trail

Scott Esplin, Richard E. Bennett, Susan Easton Black, and Craig K. ManscillNew in New Dust Jacket, RSC/Deseret Book Company, 2015, Provo, UT

Hardcover



Brand new hardcover book!

; The story of the Mormon exodus from Nauvoo to a new mountain home far away in the west still stirs the imagination of writers, artists, historians, and musicians. Letters, diaries, and other manuscript sources continue to be discovered that recount this thrilling chapter in Mormon history. An entire believing people came to trust that they would find their place to worship without fear of persecution if they followed their God. This book is divided into three sections of the Mormon pioneers experiences. Even readers who have followed this history will discover new and inspiring facts about this enduring story.

; 6.25" x 9.25"; 320 pages, 

57775

Price: 27.95 USD 22.36 USD 
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