Hyrum Smith

Picturing history: Thomas C. Sharp grave

A number of individuals played a significant role in planning and carrying out the final arrest and martyrdom of the Prophet Joseph Smith. One of those was Thomas Coke... Read more »

July 8, 2014


170th anniversary of the martyrdom of Joseph and Hyrum Smith

This year marks the 170th anniversary of the martyrdom of Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum. Friends and enemies of the LDS Church responded in different ways to the... Read more »

June 28, 2014


An older brother learns a lesson

Once again last Sunday, as is our lot, we Brigham City 5th warders attended two classes. This time Brother Bateman taught us about Joseph and his brothers. And Brother... Read more »

April 16, 2014


A witness for the Book of Mormon witnesses

William McLellin left the LDS Church an embittered man in 1838. But he maintained his faith in the Book of Mormon for the remaining 45 years of his life — partly... Read more »

April 3, 2014


Picturing history: Calm as a Summer's Morning statue

When President Gordon B. Hinckley announced in 1999 that the Nauvoo Illinois Temple was to be rebuilt, he explained "the new building will stand as a memorial to those... Read more »

March 12, 2014


Picturing history: Rebuilt Nauvoo Temple

In 1937, Wilford C. Wood of Bountiful made the first partial acquisition of the property where the Nauvoo Temple once stood. Wood made at least seven purchases over a... Read more »

July 3, 2013


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