An intimate chronicle: the journals of William Clayton

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Signature Books in association with Smith Research Associates, Jun 1, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 580 pages
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William Clayton is best remembered today for his hymns, especially "Come, Come Ye Saints." Less known are his contributions as a church scribe, especially where large portions of his journals have been silently incorporated into LDS scripture and history. His impressions of day-to-day activities in Illinois and early Utah are equally significant.

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Some of the notes are disturbing and seem to be biased against the church, but overall the book was very interesting. Read full review

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Contents

Acknowledgements
ix
A William Clayton Chronology
lxiii
The William Clayton Families
lxix
Copyright

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