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  1. Biography of Myron Tanner (1907)

    Biography of Myron Tanner (1907)

    by The Tanner Family


    In 1864 Myron was made bishop of the Provo Third Ward, and held that position for twenty-seven years, until 1891.
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  2. Collection of Facts about Sidney Rigdon (1844)

    Collection of Facts about Sidney Rigdon (1844)

    by Jedediah M. Grant


    Jedediah Morgan Grant (soon to be called as a Counselor to Brigham Young in the Church's First Presidency) wrote this treatise shortly following the martyrdom of Joseph Smith. It was on this occasion that Sidney Rigdon offered himself to the Church to become the "guardian" of the Church and of Joseph Smith III while young Joseph was still not of age to act in the calling of "President."
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  3. Fat Passion (2012)

    Fat Passion (2012)

    by Kelly Gneiting


    Regardless, the man has set the Guinness World Record for being the "Heaviest Person to Complete a Marathon", a feat he accomplished twice! He's also qualified for the United States Sumo Wrestling team for the last 8 years, competing internationally at the World Sumo Championships, World Games, and World Combat Games.
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  4. From Plowboy to Prophet (1912)

    From Plowboy to Prophet (1912)

    by William A. Morton


    This was one of the first books written in the Church using a children's format; but despite the juvenile introduction ("My dear little friends") this volume still contains healthy doses of doctrine and pertinent historical information.
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  5. Heroines of "Mormondom" (1884)

    Heroines of "Mormondom" (1884)

    by Joseph F. Smith; Susa Young Gates; Emmeline B. Wells


    Because of the general satisfaction received among the Saints regarding the Faith Promoting Series, the Church decided to publish biographies of some of the leading ladies of the Church. Heroines of “Mormondom” was the second and last publication of the Noble Women’s Lives Series.
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  6. Jacob Hamblin (1881)

    Jacob Hamblin (1881)

    by James A. Little


    The full title of this exciting account is: Jacob Hamblin: A Narrative of his Personal Experience as a Frontiersman, Missionary to the Indians and Explorer - Disclosing Interpositions of Providence, Severe Privations, Perilous Situations and Remarkable Escapes. This narrative is told in the first person and is one of the classics in LDS literature - and probably the most popular of the FAITH-PROMOTING SERIES.
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  7. Joan of Arc, Daughter of the Restoration (2015)

    Joan of Arc, Daughter of the Restoration (2015)

    by Robert D. Hatch


    Although Joan’s final fate is, of course, unchanged in Mr. Hatch’s account, the feeling of loss resulting from her tragic mortal end is reconciled by her triumphant achievement, testimony, and enduring legacy.
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  8. Joseph Smith, by his Mother (1853)

    Joseph Smith, by his Mother (1853)

    by Lucy Mack Smith


    This book was originally published in 1853 in England by Elder Orson Pratt. In the Preface to the original edition he wrote: "The following pages, embracing biographical sketches and the genealogy of Joseph Smith, the Prophet, and his progenitors, were mostly written previous to the death of the Prophet, and under his personal inspection."
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  9. Life and Labors of Eliza R. Snow Smith (1888)

    Life and Labors of Eliza R. Snow Smith (1888)

    by Unknown


    Called a "prophetess" by many, Eliza R. Snow stood at the forefront of both Church organization and early Latter-day Saint literary efforts. Sister to President Lorenzo Snow and plural wife of Joseph Smith, her insight into Church and spiritual matters excelled. Sister Snow served as the President of the General Relief Society and both conceptualized and organized the Young Women's and the Primary Organizations. This booklet is both a tribute and a short biography of an "elect woman" with remarks by Heber J. Grant, George Q. Cannon, Abraham O. Smoot, and others.
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  10. Life Sketches Orson Spencer/Hist. of Primary (1898)

    Life Sketches Orson Spencer/Hist. of Primary (1898)

    by Aurelia Spencer Rogers


    This is one of those classic volumes that helps the reader come to an understanding of pioneer life in Utah. Set in Farmington, Utah, the author relates personal anecdotes of poverty, an active church-life, insights into the lives of several General Authorities, and telling glimpses into her own life and character. Woven into her everyday situations are the beginnings of the Primary Organization and her continuing dialog with Eliza R. Snow (the General Relief Society President) about its implementation. Viewed from its inception, Sister Rogers documents the rationale, the philosophy, and the concerns for the children of the LDS Church.
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