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History of Brigham Young’s Winter Home, St. George Utah

Information on Brigham Young's Winter Home St. George Utah The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

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History of Emma Smith’s Hymn Book

Emma Smith, the wife of the Prophet Joseph Smith, was known for being highly intelligent, kind, giving and very capable. In the 1800’s women had few rights in society and were not allowed to vote in any elections. Although, it was common for women to excluded from important meetings and decision, this was not the […]

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Miracle of the Malaria Healing in Nauvoo

One of the best things to do when in Salt Lake City is visit the The Church History Museum. The museum is located across the street from the Salt Lake Temple and it is free! It is a great place for families, and anyone interested in in learning about different aspects of the Church. The […]

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“Who’s on the Lord’s Side?” By Hannah Last Cornaby

The beloved Hymn “Who’s on the Lord’s side” was written by the pioneer woman, Hannah Last Cornaby. Hannah lived an extraordinary life with the struggles, heartaches, with happiness and even miracles. Hannah was able to see the Lords hand through her hardships. She was able to have patience in her sufferings and teach people how […]

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Who is Edward Partridge?

Edward Partridge is known as the “First Bishop of the Church.” Edward Partridge was born in Pittsfield Massachusetts on August 27, 1793. He was the son of William Partridge and Jemima Bidwell. Edward Partridge was a hatter by trade. By 1830 he owned his own hat shop. Edward and his wife Lydia aligned themselves with […]

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Overview of the Missouri Years

Move to Missouri The Latter-Day Saints, led by the Prophet Joseph Smith, lived and used Kirtland Ohio as the Headquarters of the Church, for seven years. While in Kirtland, the Prophet Joseph Smith received revelations informing the Saints they would not stay permanently in Ohio. The Lord told the Saints that there is another place […]

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Zions Camp Memorials in Independence Missouri and Paris, Illinois

Zion’s Camp Historical Marker Zions camp was a powerful account of men willing to defend their families and the families of other member of the Latter-day Saint church when they had been attacked by Missouri mob men. Under the direction of Joseph Smith, a band, of about 200 men from left from Kirtland Ohio to […]

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Brigham Young’s Birthplace Monument

President Brigham Young, the second Prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints was born in Whitingham, Vermont on June 1,1801. Read more about Brigham Young here. The monument was erected in the 1950’s and President George Albert Smith dedicated the monument. At the unveiling a member representing the township said this about […]

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Zions Camp (post 2)

For the origin of Zions Camp start here. Joseph Smith organized Zions Camp to help the Missouri Saints who had been kicked out of their homes. The men who joined Zions Camp were expecting to fight and give their lives to the Lord, fighting for the men and women of the Church who had been […]

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What is Zions Camp?

In 1834, the idea of Zion’s Camp was first discussed by the prophet Joseph Smith in his home in Kirtland. Zions Camp was a group of men from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints gathered by the prophet Joseph Smith. Their objective was to defend the members of the Church from persecutions in […]

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