Daily Archives: June 24, 2018

When History Becomes Family History: Part Two

I did not realize until last night that my post on finding people in the church with whom I was connected by family ties [1] would be a regular phenomenon, but here goes.  Yesterday at church I had a fairly … Continue reading

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Book Review: Joseph Smith

Joseph Smith, by Robert V. Remini As part of his large selection of writings about Antebellum American history, this book from the Penguins Lives series serves as a thoughtful and mild biography of one of the most fascinating but also … Continue reading

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Book Review: John Quincy Adams

John Quincy Adams, by Robert Remini For a variety of reasons, I have always been very interested in John Quincy Adams.  He is is precisely the sort of presidents that many contemporary liberals wish they had, and also someone who … Continue reading

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