May 1843-June 1844

May June The year before Joseph Smith was murdered is one the most significant periods in the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints as well as in the life of the Church s founding prophet

  • Title: May 1843-June 1844
  • Author: Andrew H. Hedges Alex D. Smith Brent M. Rogers
  • ISBN: 9781629721477
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Hardcover
  • May 1843-June 1844

    The year before Joseph Smith was murdered is one the most significant periods in the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints as well as in the life of the Church s founding prophet This volume of The Joseph Smith Papers reproduces Joseph Smith s second journal from Nauvoo, Illinois, covering May 1843 through June 1844 During this time, Joseph Smith balThe year before Joseph Smith was murdered is one the most significant periods in the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints as well as in the life of the Church s founding prophet This volume of The Joseph Smith Papers reproduces Joseph Smith s second journal from Nauvoo, Illinois, covering May 1843 through June 1844 During this time, Joseph Smith balanced his role as mayor of Nauvoo with that of Church leader, while simultaneously dealing with conflict from those both within and outside the Church Accompanied by thorough annotation, the journal transcribed in this volume illuminates Joseph Smith s daily activities, including his and others continued participation in temple ordinances, his presidential campaign, the creation of the Council of Fifty, and the opposition that eventually led to his violent death in Carthage, Illinois.This is the final volume of the Journals series of The Joseph Smith Papers.

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    One thought on “May 1843-June 1844

    1. Terry Earley

      This, of course is very specialized reading.As a lifelong student of the life of Joseph Smith and the founding of Mormonism, these journals were fascinating to me. The footnotes were necessarily more descriptive than the journals themselves, since they are really daybooks of the activities of Joseph in very abbreviated format. You should find a lot to skim and skip, but there are some real gems there. It would make an excellent reference volume.

    2. Trevor

      In 1992, the second volume of Dean C. Jesse’s “The Papers of Joseph Smith” was published, containing the journal entries of 1832-1842. Many of us waited for years for the third volume, which would cover the remainder of Joseph’s life, before finally finding out that Jesse’s work was being expanded into the Joseph Smith Papers Project. Finally, with the recent release of volume 3 of the Journals series, the journals have all been published.The volume begins with a timeline of Joseph Smi [...]

    3. Aaron

      My two favorite things about this volume:- Willard Richards' account of the King Follett Discourse with the always excellent footnotes added by the editors to flesh out JS's address- The entries (plus those in the appendices) about the final week of JS's life. Again, the editorial footnotes are very informativeSome things I learned:- The WoW was lived differently in the 1840's. JS operated a bar, and drank beer with guests. He even had some wine while in jail on the last day of his life. He was [...]

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