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THE ESSENTIAL PARLEY P. PRATT, Crawley, Peter L.
1 THE ESSENTIAL PARLEY P. PRATT

Crawley, Peter L.Very Good in Very Good Dust Jacket, Signature Books, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Cover has some light edge and corner wear.

; One of the first converts to the LDS church, Parley Parker Pratt (1807-57) would eventually become early Mormonism's most famous and widely published defender. Born in western New York, he converted to Mormonism in late 1830 and was called to the Quorum of Twelve Apostles five years later as one of its founding members. He was strong-willed and largely self-educated, as his vitae reflects: he served several missions for the church; participated in Zion's Camp, the militia which marched to Missouri to rescue threatened church members; quarreled with Joseph Smith over finances and narrowly escaped excommunication; founded the Latter-day Saints' Millennial Star in England; married several plural wives in Nauvoo, Illinois; immigrated to the Great Salt Lake valley; and continued to fill additional overseas missions. Best known for his fiery apologetic writings such as A Voice of Warning (1837) , Key to the Science of Theology (1855) , and for his autobiography which was published posthumously in 1874 by his son, who wrote most of it, Pratt nevertheless defined Mormon doctrine and theology for much of the nineteenth century. He was killed in 1857 in Arkansas by the estranged husband of one of his polygamous wives. The husband, an outsider, did not share Pratt's and other Mormons' contempt for civil authority over marriage.

; Classics in Mormon Thought Series No. 1 Series; 6" x 9"; 268 pages, 

58238

Price: 8.50 USD
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THE ESSENTIAL PARLEY P. PRATT, Crawley, Peter L.
2 THE ESSENTIAL PARLEY P. PRATT

Crawley, Peter L.New in New Dust Jacket, Signature Books, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Brand new hardcover book!

; One of the first converts to the LDS church, Parley Parker Pratt (1807-57) would eventually become early Mormonism's most famous and widely published defender. Born in western New York, he converted to Mormonism in late 1830 and was called to the Quorum of Twelve Apostles five years later as one of its founding members. He was strong-willed and largely self-educated, as his vitae reflects: he served several missions for the church; participated in Zion's Camp, the militia which marched to Missouri to rescue threatened church members; quarreled with Joseph Smith over finances and narrowly escaped excommunication; founded the Latter-day Saints' Millennial Star in England; married several plural wives in Nauvoo, Illinois; immigrated to the Great Salt Lake valley; and continued to fill additional overseas missions. Best known for his fiery apologetic writings such as A Voice of Warning (1837) , Key to the Science of Theology (1855) , and for his autobiography which was published posthumously in 1874 by his son, who wrote most of it, Pratt nevertheless defined Mormon doctrine and theology for much of the nineteenth century. He was killed in 1857 in Arkansas by the estranged husband of one of his polygamous wives. The husband, an outsider, did not share Pratt's and other Mormons' contempt for civil authority over marriage.

; Classics in Mormon Thought Series No. 1 Series; 6" x 9"; 268 pages, 

26202

Price: 14.00 USD
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The Joseph Smith Papers - Journals, Vol. 2 (1841-1843), Hedges, Andrew H. & Alex D. Smith & Richard Lyman Bushman
3 The Joseph Smith Papers - Journals, Vol. 2 (1841-1843)

Hedges, Andrew H. & Alex D. Smith & Richard Lyman BushmanNew in New Dust Jacket, Church Historian's Press, 2011, 

Hardcover



Brand new hardcover book! %%

; The first volume of the Joseph Smith Papers series, Journals, Volume 1, became an overnight bestseller. The much-anticipated Journals, Volume 2, covers the Nauvoo period from December 1841 to April 30, 1843. Two major documents are featured in this volume:

• The journal portion of the Book of the Law of the Lord, which served as a combination journal and temple record book. It includes journal entries on revelations received during this time period, letters written and received, and temple donations.

• The first two of four small books titled “President Joseph Smith’s Journal,” kept by Willard Richards during the last years of the Prophet Joseph’s life (the final two books will be published in the forthcoming third and final volume of the Journals series).

The journals provide background information about Joseph’s life and early Church history and form the foundation for the official history of the Church. Among the key events described in this volume are the creation of the Relief Society; the building of the Nauvoo Temple; and revelations on the nature of God, and baptism for the dead. Three letters from Emma are also included. These journals provide insights about the Prophet Joseph’s personality, including accounts of him functioning as mayor of Nauvoo, store operator, and general in the Nauvoo legion. ; The Joseph Smith Papers Series; Vol. 2; 1.75 x 10.5 x 7.5 Inches; 558 pages, 

53867

Price: 54.95 USD 49.46 USD 
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LETTERS EXHIBITING THE MOST PROMINENT DOCTRINES OF THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS - Often Referred to As Spencer's Letters, Spencer, Elder Orson
4 LETTERS EXHIBITING THE MOST PROMINENT DOCTRINES OF THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS - Often Referred to As Spencer's Letters

Spencer, Elder OrsonVery Good, S. W. Richards, 1852, Liverpool England

Hardcover



Green stmped cloth, wear to corners and edges. Bright original end sheets front and back (yellow). Previous owners inscriptions (2) inside the front cover, Sarah Olsen of Manti, UT 1882-1955 and Alice Radell, Tooele, UT 1904-1961. First 40 pages show staining across bottom third of page, Does not effect text. Overall a very nice copy of this early doctrinal work. ; Full title reads, LETTERS EXHIBITING THE MOST PROMINENT DOCTRINES OF THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS - by Elder Orson Spencer, Chancellor of the Univeristy of Deseret and late President of the Church in Europe in reply to the Rev. William Crowell, A. M. , Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Very scarce book. Flake 8327.; 4" x 5.75"; 244 pages, Third Edition, 

40890

Price: 725.00 USD 580.00 USD 
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