I really enjoyed reading this. When we visited the John Adams home in Quincy, Emma Smith's Book of Mormon, was in the library of their home.. Joseph had given it to Adam's grandson
I loved this article and the research that went into it. I wrote saying so, but my comment was attached to the article on Eliza Graham which is a story I was very familiar with. And though I appreciated reading about Eliza Graham, I want to note particularly that this article on the
American Elite visiting Nauvoo touched me. It reminded me how much I love the Prophet Joseph Smith. Thank you for all that went into it.
Thank you for a really wonderful article. Wonderful research.
Very well written and insightful about the character of the prophet and why he was both loved and hated at that momentous time of his life.
Thank you for publishing this interesting piece. What a delightful insight into a complex interaction!
I so enjoyed reading this article. Thank you so much for all the information.
From all his own words and from descriptions given by many I feel that I know how Joseph was, and know his unique personality of confidence in the Lord. When I finally meet him (if my life can be straight enough to stand with him in paradise) I hope the time will be first after my own father. (I'm sure many, many others feel the same way.)
Thank you, Maurine, for preparing and posting this wonderful article.
We always appreciate the things you've taught us and continue to exemplify.
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