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New. 1930679025 Brand new softcover book! ; "President Cannon wrote both an adult and a young adult history of Joseph Smith-this volume being written for youth. Both have been recognized as "classics" in Mormon literature. The intent of this volume was to give youth of the Church greater historical insight into the life and martyrdom of Joseph Smith and to appreciate the sacrifices of their pioneer ancestors. President Cannon gives readers an understanding of early LDS Church events in New York, Ohio, Missouri and Illinois and, more importantly, the particular role of Joseph Smith in the Restoration. (Because of the depth of this material, many adults marvel that it was directed to youth and not adults! ) To add even greater readability and interest to his history, President Cannon has added several personal and family vignettes to help the reader enjoy a closer relationship with the Prophet. "; 5" x 8"; 216 pages.
Fair. Cannon, George Q. The Latter-day Prophet: History of Joseph Smith Written for Young People. Salt Lake City: Juvenile Instructor, 1900. 1st edition. 216pp. Illustrated. 12mo. Green cloth. Book condition: Fair with rubbing to edges and spine. Title page is 1/3 detached. There are short closed tears to edges of a few pages, and marginalia in pen and pencil throughout. Pages 54 and 55 are soiled.
Very Good. Cannon, George Q. The Latter-Day Prophet: History of Joseph Smith Written for Young People. Salt Lake City: Juvenile Instructor Office, 1900. 216pp. Illustrated. 12mo. Book condition: Very good with light rubbing to edges and slight bumping to corners. Small loss to upper corner and inscription on verso of front free endsheet. Tight and clean.
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