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Vogel, Dan Ed.

Editore: Salt Lake City Signature Books 2000., 2000
ISBN 10: 1560851597 / ISBN 13: 9781560851592
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Casa editrice: Salt Lake City Signature Books 2000.

Data di pubblicazione: 2000

Legatura: Hardcover

Condizione sovraccoperta: Dust Jacket Included

Edizione: 1st Edition


AN/AN. 8vo; 547 pp; Contains primary documents related to events close to the founding of Mormonism. Many are very "colorful" and range in tone "from ultra-devotional to antagonisti c" (jacket flap. ). 1st Edition. Binding is Hardcover; 1st Printing. Codice inventario libreria 397

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Riassunto:  Today when we think of Joseph Smith as a young man, we tend to picture him in a Palmyra, New York, setting. He also spent three years in Harmony, Pennsylvania. When he first arrived there, he boarded with Isaac Hale and worked for Josiah Stowell. Later, after he married Hale?s daughter Emma, he became a permanent resident and property owner. He also spent about six months across the border in South Bainbridge, New York, where Stowell lived, and in neighboring Colesville, where he was employed by Joseph Knight. During this period, he made brief visits back to Palmyra and Fayette to monitor the typesetting and printing of the Book of Mormon and to organize the Church of Christ. In September 1830 he and Emma left Hamony for good, moving first to Fayette, then to Ohio.

The documentary record relating to the Smiths? experiences in Harmony, Colesville, and South Bainbridge is fairly extensive. From tax assessments, we learn that the young couple owned thirteen acres of land, a cow worth ten dollars, and a house worth ten dollars. The small house, an outbuilding provided by Emma?s father, was where her brother Jesse lived when the house was not being used to dress deer skins. Joseph and Emma tried to make it habitable. Neighbors commented on the ?beautiful hardwood? floors and the ?nice fireplace.? The bulk of the Book of Mormon was dictated there

In addition, editor Dan Vogel has assembled court documents relating to Joseph?s money-digging adventures and statements by Joseph?s acquaintances, letters, diary entries, reminiscences, and news articles that shed considerable light on the family?s circumstances and activities, including the dictation of the Book of Mormon and the first sermons and baptisms of the new church.

Perspectives contained within these documents are varied. When Joseph was brought to trial in South Bainbridge, his supporters considered it a nuisance suit and agreed with attorney John S. Reed who hoped the ?Boy Joseph,? whose ?cheeks blossomed with the beauty of youth, and ? eyes sparkled with innocence,? would be ?deliver[ed] from them wicked sons of bitc[h]es?. The community, for their part, agreed with Josiah Stowell?s sons who thought their father was being tricked and cheated and that Reed was an opportunist?an ?old pettyfogger,? as they phrased it.

Also interesting is that Joseph?s famous hat, used for stone gazing, was a white stovepipe. Neighbors knew Joseph as ?the peeker,? and some spoke with respect for his gift of ?second sight? and for the seer stone, which they called the ?All-Seeing Eye.?

Finally is the enthusiasm with which people embraced the new gospel. Newell Knight described the first church conference: ?Much good instruction was given, and the Holy Ghost was poured out upon us in a marvelous manner. Many prophesied, while others had the heavens opened to their view. It was a scene long to be remembered. I felt my heart filled with love, with golory, and with pleasure unspeakable.?

Dall'editore: Part of a five volume series. Volume five will be available, fall 2003.

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