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New York City, Pioneer Dock

New York City Boat Harbor Church History Sites The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

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Mary Fielding Smith, Collection of Sites and Stories

Mary Fielding Smith sites and stories of her life and legacy. Great stories on her life. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

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Pioneer woman, Laura Clark Phelps-Helping her Husband escape from Missouri Jail

Prisoners of Siege of Far West Laura Clark Phelps lived in Far West Missouri when he husband and 150 other men were arrested at the Siege of Far West. Many were released soon after being arrested but many were kept in jail for a long time, including the Prophet Joseph Smith who was sent to […]

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Emmeline B. Wells Seeing the Savior

Emmeline B. Wells was a powerhouse for women in the early history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints(you can read more about Emmeline here). She was a writer, an editor and later in life she became the General Relief Society President. This excerpt came from an interview Emmeline did with Ethel C. […]

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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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Elizabeth Ann Whitney’s Vision

To watch on Youtube click here: https://youtu.be/SoesCzEilQQ To listen on Spotify click here: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/krystine-stephenson/episodes/Elizabeth-Ann-Whitney-Vision-LDS-e2jb4b0 Elizabeth Ann Whitney and her husband Newel K. Whitney had desires to find the true church of Christ on the Earth. They longed to know what God would have of them, but the answers did not come immediately. This is an […]

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Eunice McRae Pioneer Women

Latter-Day Saints in Missouri in 1832 were under attack by the vicious Missouri Mob men. There was so much contention and animosity between the two groups. The problems escalated. Many were caught in the middle of the mess, especially women and children, who were left defenseless. The strength of the Latter-Day Saint women is evident […]

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Missouri Mob and Amanda Barnes Smith Prayer

" . . . those five weeks . . . I was a prisoner with my wounded boy in Missouri, near the scene of the massacre, unable to obey the order of extermination [for Mormons to leave the state or be killed]. In our utter desolation, what could we women do but pray? Prayer was […]

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Amanda Barnes Smith Haun’s Mill Massacre Miracle

Amanda Barnes Smith was a strong, faithful women of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. She and her family lived in Hawn’s Mill Missouri in 1838. Amanda and her family were in the middle of the horrendous act of the “Massacre of Hawn’s Mill”. Amandas faith and strength inspires generations. No matter the […]

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Get to know Eliza R. Snow

To listen on Spotify click here: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/krystine-stephenson/episodes/Eliza-R--Snow-life-and-information-Zions-Poetess-e2j670d To watch on Youtube click here:https://youtu.be/q7ZYCFe_XbU Eliza Roxy Snow was born 1804 in Massachusetts and is the second child of seven of Oliver and Rosetta Snow. Elizas family moved to Portage County Ohio when Eliza was two years old. Eliza’s younger brother is Lorenzo Snow who became a […]

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