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The Missouri Persecutions (1900)

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The Missouri Persecutions (1900)

by B. H. Roberts


Quick Overview

The Missouri Period of the LDS Church spans the entrance of the Saints into the state in 1830 with the first Lamanite Mission, through the release of Joseph Smith from Liberty Jail in 1839.
  • Details

    Elder B. H. Roberts, with his characteristic detail, probes the most tumultuous history of the Latter-day Saints through the march of Zion's Camp; the settlement of the Saints in Jackson County; the election at Gallatin; the slaughter at Haun's Mill; the siege at Far West; and the inhumane treatment given to Church leaders in Liberty Jail. Selected as the Center Stake of Zion and destined to become a millennial world capital, the State of Missouri has always held fascination for Latter-day Saints. This classic history, coupled with its companion volume, THE RISE AND FALL OF NAUVOO, comprise one of the most sought-after expositions of the doctrinal and historical development of the Church. 333 pages

    Additional Information

    ISBN 9781930679412
    Author B. H. Roberts
    Age Group 12-18
    Book Type paperback

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