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Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah: Vol 1 By The Nauvoo Press
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Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah comprising Photographs, Genealogies and Biographies Pioneers are those men and women who came to Utah by wagon, hand cart of afoot, between July 24, 1847 and... More > December 30, 1868, before the railroad. Prominent men are Stake Presidents, Ward Bishops, Governors, Members of the Bench, etc., who came to Utah after the coming of the railroad. This volume was originally published in 1913 in a deluxe edition of 5,000 copies and sold to the public. The book contains 6,482 biographical summaries and photographs of civic, political and religious leaders in Utah. Many Mormon Pioneers and their families are included.< Less
Historical Record: Volume 9 By The Nauvoo Press
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The Historical Record was published monthly by Andrew Jenson. Volumes 1-4 were only published in Denmark, but beginning with Volume 5, it was published in English. Difficult to find as originals,... More > and even harder to read in their original state (due to the quality/condition of the paper), these reprint editions are a great addition.< Less
Elders' Journal By The Nauvoo Press
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The Elders' Journal of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (usually shortened to Elders' Journal) was an early Latter Day Saint periodical edited by Don Carlos Smith, younger brother of... More > Joseph Smith, Jr. It was the successor to the Latter Day Saints' Messenger and Advocate and was eventually replaced by the Times and Seasons.< Less
The Gospel Reflector By The Nauvoo Press
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The Gospel Reflector was the first independent Mormon periodical. It was published by Benjamin Winchester, the president of the Philadelphia Branch of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day... More > Saints. The Gospel Reflector was published bi-weekly beginning in January 1841 and ended with the twelfth edition in June 1841. Its motto was "When God works who can hinder?"< Less
Book of Mormon: 1830 Edition By The Nauvoo Press
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5,000 copies of this edition were originally printed. It was published by E. B. Grandin in Palmyra, New York. The first edition is largely a faithful copy of the printer's manuscript (although on... More > one occasion the original manuscript rather than the printer's was used for typesetting). This edition reproduces what the compositor, John H. Gilbert, considered grammatical "errors." Gilbert added punctuation and determined the paragraphing for the first edition. In the Preface, Joseph Smith explains the loss of the Book of Lehi-116 pages of manuscript. The testimonies of the Three and the Eight Witnesses were placed at the end of the book. In this and all other early editions, there is no versification. This edition contains the index distributed as a pamphlet by early missionaries with the Book of Mormon.< Less
Book of Mormon: 1879 Edition By The Nauvoo Press
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Orson Pratt introduced the verse numbering system in the 1879 edition. The verse assignments haven’t changed since then, by the way. The text was taken from the corrected 1852 edition.... More > The text from this edition was used from 1888 through 1907. The 1879/1911 LDS editions of the Book of Mormon contain many geographical references which were removed from subsequent editions. Some interesting footnotes: 1 Nephi 13:10 1 Nephi 13:12 1 Nephi 13:17 1 Nephi 22:7 Mormon 6:2 Ether 9:3 Ether 11:6 Ether 15:8< Less
Messenger and Advocate By The Nauvoo Press
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The Messenger and Advocate was established after a mob had destroyed the printing press of the The Evening and the Morning Star in Independence, Missouri on 20 July 1833, causing the Star to relocate... More > to Kirtland. After a brief run, the Star was discontinued in favor of a uniquely Ohio newspaper, the Latter Day Saints' Messenger and Advocate. Oliver Cowdery served as editor and the first issue was printed in October 1834.< Less
The Pearl of Great Price By The Nauvoo Press
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The Pearl of Great Price was first compiled by Franklin D. Richards in Liverpool, England. Some items duplicated text that was already available in the Doctrine and Covenants.
The Book of Mormon - 1840 Edition By The Nauvoo Press
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At some point before the third edition went to press, Joseph Smith compared the printed text of the two previous editions (1830 and 1837) with the original manuscript, and found errors made in... More > copying the printer's manuscript with the original. Some of those errors were restored in this 1840 edition. Includes the original text of the 1840 edition as well as the story of Ebenezer Robinson and the amazing story of the Nauvoo Edition.< Less
The Historical Record, Vol 7-8 By The Nauvoo Press
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The Historical Record was published monthly by Andrew Jenson. Volumes 1-4 were only published in Denmark, but beginning with Volume 5, it was published in english. Difficult to find as originals,... More > and even harder to read in their original state (due to the quality/condition of the paper), these reprint editions are a great addition. Volume 6 is perhaps the most popular, containing the reprinted testimonies from many of Joseph Smith’s plural wives, reinforcing the actuality of plural marriage being practiced by the Prophet in Nauvoo prior to his death. These volumes contain additional biographical information, along with statistical, historical and chronological information.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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