After the Martyrdom: What Happened to the Family of Joseph Smith?
Spanning from the Prophet Joseph's death to the death of his son Joseph Smith III in 1914, this engaging book sheds light on an often hazy period in Church history. With a detailed discussion of the Reorganized faction as well as an honest look at the doctrine of polygamy and its effects on the early church, it's a must-read for any member.
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