The History of the Saints, Or, An Exposť of Joe Smith and Mormonism
This same John Bennett had been Joseph Smith's assistant president and close confidant, as well as the mayor of the city of Nauvoo, a major general of its militia, and a chancellor of its university." "Andrew F. Smith's introduction examines this enigmatic character, putting Bennett's disavowal of the church and his near-fanatical crusade into perspective."--BOOK JACKET.
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Introduction by Andrew F Smith
Note by the Publisher of the 1842 Edition
Organization and Doctrine of the Mormons
Charters Ordinances etc
Mrs Emeline White
Widow Fuller now Mrs Warren 253
An Appeal to the Public
Evidence Given before Judge King
Remarks by Way of Addendum
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