Tag Archives: Mormonism

Book Review: Quilts & Women Of The Mormon Migrations

Quilts & Women Of The Mormon Migrations, by Mary Bywater Cross I found this book very cleverly done.  Admittedly, I do not think the market for a book like this one is a very large one, necessarily.  For those who … Continue reading

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Book Review: Educated

Educated, by Tara Westover I have to admit that when I started reading this book that I was a bit concerned about the tack that it was going to take.  I figured that it was a given that the book … 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: An Authentic Account of the Massacre of Joseph Smith, the Mormon Prophet, and Hyrum Smith, His Brother: Together with a Brief History of the Rise and Progress of Mormonism, and All the Circumstances Which Led to Their Death

An Authentic Account of the Massacre of Joseph Smith, the Mormon Prophet, and Hyrum Smith, His Brother: Together with a Brief History of the Rise and Progress of Mormonism, and All the Circumstances Which Led to Their Death, by George … Continue reading

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