No Man Knows My History: The Life of Joseph Smith Setting & Symbolism

Fawn M. Brodie
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The Gold Platesappears in non-fiction

The Gold Plates are small sheets of gold upon which a condensed version of the history of group of people who populated the Americas from 600 BC to 400 AD. These plates were hidden in a stone box and buried in a hill for safety until the right person was allowed to translate them.

The Book of Mormonappears in non-fiction

The Book of Mormon is the book containing the history of the ancient peoples who traveled from Jerusalem to the Americas and lived on this continent until they were destroyed. Only about one-third of the plates were translated, as two-thirds of the book were sealed. Joseph was not given permission to look at them. These will be translated at some future date.

Urim and Thumminappears in non-fiction

The Urim and Thummin were a set of stones placed on a bow and used to aid in...

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