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A.B.C. history of Palmyra and the beginning of Mormonism

by Willard Washington Bean

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Published by Palmyra Courier Co., Inc. in Palmyra, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mormons,
  • Mormon Church,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Willard Bean
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX8611 .B3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination94 p. :
    Number of Pages94
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26460115M
    LC Control Number41001034
    OCLC/WorldCa4175260

    The Church of Christ was the original name of the Latter Day Saint church founded by Joseph Smith. Organized informally in in New York and then formally on April 6, , it was the first organization to implement the principles found in Smith's newly published Book of Mormon, and thus represents the formal beginning of the Latter Day Saint movement. Reference has already been made to Eber D. Howe, whose publication, Mormonism Unvailed was the first book-length attack upon the reputation of Joseph Smith, Jr. Modern Mormons generally dismiss Howe's criticism of the Palmyra prophet as an example of unjust Gentile persecution, fed by the scurrilous fabrications of D. Philastus Hurlbut.

      A Palmyra printer, Egbert B. Grandin, finally agreed to print the Book of Mormon after Harris agreed to mortgage some of his farm for $3, as security. On April 7, , Harris sold part of his farm to pay the printing bill, though he may have had other reasons to part with this acreage than just to satisfy Grandin.   E.B. Grandin was 23 years old when the Book of Mormon was printed. Grandin died at Palmyra in In , The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints purchased the Grandin Building from Paul Cherry. The print shop has been restored by the Church, and was dedicated on Ma , by then President Gordon B. Hinckley as the Book of.

      The Book of Mormon Historic Publication Site is about 2 miles (3 km) north of the Smith Family Farm. For the location and schedule of the site, click or tap here. 4. Peter and Mary Whitmer Farm. In the home of Peter and Mary Whitmer, Joseph Smith finished translating the Book of Mormon and organized the Church of Jesus Christ.   The missionaries who give this tour are amazing. We learned so much history and all the time, effort and sacrifices that went into the publication of the Book of Mormon. It was really cool seeing the tedious process of printing pages back then and to see all the steps from beginning to end TripAdvisor reviews.


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history of Palmyra and the beginning of "Mormonism"". Mormons believe that the Book of Mormon confirms information found in the Holy Bible.

The text gives an account of ancient prophets who lived. In the Book of Mormon was first published in the village of Palmyra by E.B. Grandin, in the present Book of Mormon Historic Publication Site. Beginning in the early 20th century, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints began buying and restoring many of the properties in the area associated with early church : Wayne.

August: Smith locates a publisher for the Book of Mormon in Palmyra and typesetting begins. The 5, copy initial print run is financed by a $3, mortgage on Harris' farm.

↑ Rev. Wesley P. Walters, "New Light on Mormon Origins From the Palmyra Revival," Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 4 no. 1 (Spring ), 67, 67 n. ↑ See Our Heritage: A Brief History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Church of Jesus Christ of.

The book was written on golden plates hidden near where Joseph was then living in Palmyra, New York. Joseph Smith said that on Sept. 22,he received the plates; and the angel Moroni instructed him to begin the translation process. The translation was finally published in as the Book of Mormon.

He adds, “[I]t will readily be seen that our historians have two too many years jammed into the period between the arrival of the Smiths in and the date of the vision in the spring of ” (A.B.C. History of Palmyra and the Beginning of “Mormonism” [Palmyra, NY: Palmyra Courier Co., ], 35).

- Willard Bean, Mormon writer, A.B.C. History of Palmyra and the Beginning of "Mormonism,"p. 35 Home About Contact Us English Donate Site Map Facebook RSS. Bean states that another group of settlers into the northern part of Ontario County was the group led by Jonathan Swift and John Jenkins from the Wyoming Valley of Pennsylvania, see Bean, A.B.C.

History of Palmyra and the Beginning of “Mormonism “, 29 Vanderhoof, Historical Sketches of Western New York, 0 Cowles, Landmarks of. Private collector of rare Mormon books, the first edition Book of Mormon, Mormon art and artifacts, historic Mormon paintings, autographed historical documents, early Mormon historical photographs, Mormon imprints from Palmyra, Zion, Kirtland, and Nauvoo, and anything related to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

The Rare Book and Special Collections Division has an important collection of early printed books relating to the history of the Latter-day Saints, beginning with two copies of the first edition of The Book of Mormon by Joseph Smith, printed in Palmyra, New York in More important LDS works will be digitized to add to this online collection.

The Mormon History Association is pleased to announce the rescheduling of its Rochester/Palmyra conference for JuneThis 56th Annual Conference continues the previously-planned theme, “Visions, Restoration, and Movements,” commemorating the th anniversary of Mormonism’s birth in upstate New York.

Currently, the acre ( km 2) site near Palmyra, New York, hosts the annual Hill Cumorah Pageant. This large, outdoor Latter-day Saint pageant typically occurs in early July and is free to the public.

The pageant can trace its history back to The current title, America's Witness for Christ, was first used in This was a play by H. Wayne Driggs that remained the basic text of. Main Street, Palmyra, New York. Some researchers have questioned whether Palmyra was indeed the scene of unusual religious excitement and contention between churches inas described in Joseph Smith’s history.

4 Joseph’s account, however, does not single out Palmyra but rather indicates the excitement arose in “the whole district of Country.” 5 Historians broadly agree that. history of Palmyra and the beginning of Mormonism Family History Library.

Church records of the First Baptist Church of Palmyra, Wayne County, New York Family History Library. Church records of the Western Presbyterian Church of Palmyra, Wayne County, New York Family History Library.

Church records of the Zion Episcopal Church of Palmyra, Wayne County, New York Family History. Book of Mormon], 8 SeptemberPalmyra, New York, typescript, BYU.

RECOLLECTIONS OF JOHN H. GILBERT. I am a practical printer by trade. I have been a resident of Palmyra, New York, since about the yearand during all that time have done some typesetting each year.

The Word of God Dan Vogel, ed. Chapter 7 Early Nineteenth-Century America and the Book of Mormon Susan Curtis [p]In as Palmyra, New York, experienced a spring season of new life, few of its citizens realized that in addition to nature’s fresh start, a new religion was about to be born.

George D. Smith, president of Signature Books, explained Mormonism’s growth and its appeal. Clay Chandler spoke about Joseph Smith’s mystic past. Neal and Rebecca Chandler, editors of Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, discussed some of the evidences of a natural origin of the Book of Mormon.

See also the BoA Project and the BYU Mormon History Catalog: Journals, Diaries, etc. of Early Mormons Studies in Mormon History Many BYU texts & images in the HBL Library, Provo: Lee Library On-line Collections 19th Century Mormon Publications 19th Century Mormon Article Newspaper Index Book of Mormon Articles ().Private collector of rare Mormon books, the first edition Book of Mormon, Mormon art and artifacts, historic Mormon paintings, autographed historical documents, early Mormon historical photographs, Mormon imprints from Palmyra, Zion, Kirtland, and Nauvoo, and anything related to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.A.B.C.

History of Palmyra and the Beginning of "Mormonism," by Willard Bean, Mormonism, Magic and Masonry, by Jerald and Sandra Tanner, (purchase info) Comprehensive History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, by B.H. Roberts,