No Man Knows My History: The Life of Joseph Smith - In the Quiver of the Almighty Summary & Analysis

Fawn M. Brodie
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In the Quiver of the Almighty Summary and Analysis

Joseph Smith welcomed all who came to visit in Nauvoo. When people came to visit, Joseph showed them around personally, if possible. He noted that many came out of curiosity just to see who he was, and determine that he was as he said he was, a smart Prophet of God, or an ignorant man, deluding himself and others. Josiah Quincy and Charles Francis Adams were personally conducted on a tour of Nauvoo. They were impressed by the man, Joseph Smith, but were unsure what to think about his role as a prophet.

During the Nauvoo period, politics again were a big issue. This time, however, Joseph outwardly, according to Ms. Brodie, let the parties know that his people would vote for those who were friends of the Saints. There is...

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