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The Persistence of Polygamy, Vol. 2: : from Joseph Smith's Martyrdom to the First Manifesto, 1844-1890 (Volume 2)
The Persistence of Polygamy, Vol. 2: : from Joseph Smith's Martyrdom to the First Manifesto, 1844-1890 (Volume 2)

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Manufacturer: John Whitmer Books
Publisher: John Whitmer Books
Author(s): Newell G. Bringhurst

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Product Description:
Binding: Paperback
EAN: 9781934901151
ISBN: 1934901156
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Label: John Whitmer Books
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Manufacturer: John Whitmer Books
Number Of Pages: 386
Publication Date: 2016-12-14
Publisher: John Whitmer Books
Studio: John Whitmer Books
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In the first volume of the Persistence of Polygamy, Bringhurst and Foster compiled an anthology of original articles on the controversies surrounding Joseph Smith Jr. and the origins of Mormon polygamy. In this second volume, they have assembled an array of new research into the wide diversity of polygamy as practiced by different Latter Day Saint groups during the later nineteenth century. In the third and final volume, they will consider the development of modern Fundamentalist Mormonism and the practice of polygamy after the 1890 manifesto.
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