A Young Folks' History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 169 pages of information about A Young Folks' History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

To Parents and Teachers

Chapter I.
A Parable

Chapter II. 
The First Vision

Chapter III. 
The Angel Moroni

Chapter IV. 
The Sacred Plates

Chapter V.
The Book of Mormon

Chapter VI. 
The Three Witnesses

Chapter VII. 
The Priesthood Restored

Chapter VIII. 
Organization of the Church

Chapter IX. 
Persecution of Joseph

Chapter X.
The Mission to the Indians

Chapter XI. 
Removal to Ohio

Chapter XII. 
The Land of Zion

Chapter XIII. 
Persecution in Jackson County

Chapter XIV. 
Expulsion from Jackson County

Chapter XV. 
Zion’s Camp

Chapter XVI. 
The Church at Kirtland

Chapter XVII. 
The Twelve Apostles—­The Seventies—­Kirtland Temple

Chapter XVIII. 
The Mission to England

Chapter XIX. 
Far West

Chapter XX. 
Haun’s Mill Massacre

Chapter XXI. 
Driven from Missouri

Chapter XXII. 
In Missouri Prisons

Chapter XXIII. 

Chapter XXIV. 
The Martyrdom

Chapter XXV. 
Expulsion from Illinois

Chapter XXVI. 
The Battle of Nauvoo

Chapter XXVII. 

Chapter XXVIII. 
The Mormon Battalion

Chapter XXIX. 
The Pioneers

Chapter XXX. 
Great Salt Lake City

Chapter XXXI. 
Growth of Utah and the Church

Chapter XXXII. 
The “Utah War”

Chapter XXXIII. 
The “Utah War” (Concluded)

Chapter XXXIV. 

Chapter XXXV. 
The “Crusade”

Chapter XXXVI. 
The Presidency of Wilford Woodruff

Chapter XXXVII. 
Temple Building

Chapter XXXVIII. 
The Presidency of Lorenzo Snow

Chapter XXXIX. 
The Presidency of Joseph F. Smith


First Presidencies of the Church
List of Twelve Apostles

Fayette and Kirtland
Missouri and Illinois
Routes of Mormon Battalion and Pioneers

Joseph Smith, the Prophet
Hyrum Smith the Patriarch
Brigham Young
The Hill Cumorah
The Three Witnesses
Sidney Rigdon
President Brigham Young
The Kirtland Temple
President Heber C. Kimball
Haun’s Mill
The Nauvoo House
The Nauvoo Mansion
Carthage Jail
A Pioneer Train
Salt Lake Valley in 1847
The Old Fort
Salt Lake Tabernacle (Interior)

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