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Autobiography of George Albert Smith, ca. 1948.

Author: George Albert Smith
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Publication:Mormon file, 1807-1962.
Database:WorldCat
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This is a typescript made from the original owned by Mrs. Nora Jarvis of Saint George, Utah. It is an autobiography written by George Albert Smith (1817-1875) and covers the time period from his birth in 1817 to his missionary work in England in 1840. Smith writes of his childhood in New York; his first introduction to Mormonism and his subsequent conversion; his service in Zion's Camp and role as one of Joseph  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Autobiographies
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Named Person: George Albert Smith; Joseph Smith, Jr.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: George Albert Smith
OCLC Number: 122396902
Notes: Other version available at the Harold B. Lee Library of Brigham Young University.
Description: 1 typescript. 28 cm. 104 pages.

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This is a typescript made from the original owned by Mrs. Nora Jarvis of Saint George, Utah. It is an autobiography written by George Albert Smith (1817-1875) and covers the time period from his birth in 1817 to his missionary work in England in 1840. Smith writes of his childhood in New York; his first introduction to Mormonism and his subsequent conversion; his service in Zion's Camp and role as one of Joseph Smith's bodyguards; and his work in preaching the gospel, including details of his travels to Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, and England, as well as descriptions of the persecutions he and his fellow Mormons experienced in their efforts.

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