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  1. The Joseph Smith Revelations: Text and Commentary by H. Michael Marquardt, Joseph Smith, 1999-09-15
  2. Personal Writings of Joseph Smith by Joseph Smith, Dean C. Jessee, 2002-06-02
  3. The Papers of Joseph Smith: Autobiographical and Historical Writings
  4. Joseph Smith, Jr.: Reappraisals After Two Centuries
  5. Joseph Smith (Penguin Lives) by Robert V. Remini, 2002-10-14
  6. Inside the Mind of Joseph Smith: Psychobiography and the Book of Mormon by Robert D. Anderson, 1999-08-15
  7. Trouble Enough: Joseph Smith and the Book of Mormon by Ernest Henry Taves, 1984-10
  8. Joseph Smith: A Biography by Richard Lloyd Dewey, 2005-10-30
  9. Joseph Smith: The First Mormon by Donna Hill, 1999-03-15
  10. The Gospel According to Joseph Smith: A Christian Response to Mormon Teaching by Ethan E. Harris, 2001-12-04
  11. Of Faith and Reason: Scholarly Evidences Supporting Joseph Smith by Michael Ash, 2008-12-01
  12. In Sacred Loneliness: The Plural Wives of Joseph Smith by Todd Compton, 1997-12-01
  13. Joseph Smith's New Translation Of The Bible: Original Manuscripts by Kent P. Jackson, Robert J. Matthews, et all 2004-09
  14. First Vision: The Prophet Joseph Smith's Own Account by Joseph Smith, Cary Austin, et all 2000-05

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23. The 1826 Trial Of Joseph Smith, Jr. - OmniNerd
Historical analysis of the controversy concerning the incidents surrounding Joseph Smith, Jr. and the court of Bainbridge, New York on March 20, 1826.
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Encyclopedia Smith, Joseph. Smith, Joseph, 1805–44, American Mormon leader, founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latterday Saints, b. Sharon, Vt.

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26. Smith, Joseph - Culture
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Notes by Joseph Smith related to the layout of the City of Zion. These principles would be later applied to the design of many Mormon-founded communities, including Salt Lake City, Utah.
AN EXPLANATION OF THE PLAT OF THE CITY OF ZION, SENT TO THE BRETHREN IN ZION, THE 25TH OF JUNE, 1833 Joseph Smith History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Period I. History of Joseph Smith, the Prophet by Himself. Volume I (Salt Lake City: Desert Book Co., 2ed. rev., 1961) The painted squares in the middle are for public buildings. The one without any figures is for store-houses for the Bishop, and to be devoted to his use. Figure first is for temples for the use of the presidency; the circles inside of the squares, are the places for the temples. You will see it contains twelve figures, two are for the temples of the lesser Priesthood. It is also to contain twelve temples. The whole plot is supposed to contain from fifteen to twenty thousand people: you will therefore see that it will require twenty-four buildings to supply them with houses of worship, schools, etc.; and none of these temples are to be smaller than the one of which we send you a draft. This temple is to be built in the square marked figure 1 and to be built where the circle is which has a cross on it on the north end. South of the plot where the line is drawn, is to be laid off for barns, stables, etc., for the use the of the city; so that no barns or stables will be in the city among the houses; the ground to be occupied for these must be laid off according to wisdom. On the north and south are to be laid off the farms for the agriculturist, and sufficient quantity of land to supply the whole plot; and if it cannot be laid off without going too great a distance from the city there must also be some laid off on the east and west

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30. Smith, Joseph - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Smith, Joseph
Born in Vermont, he received his first religious call in 1820, and in 1827 claimed to have been granted the revelation of the Book of Mormon (an ancient American prophet, Joseph

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    Joseph Smith (1805-1844) was the man who founded the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, otherwise known as the Mormon Church. Smith came from a poor family in rural New York, commonly named the "Burned Over District." He claimed to have had a vision in 1823 which lead him to the discovery of Golden Tablets - this tablets contained sacred writings which he translated and which became the Book of Mormon Smith and his brother Hyrum were arrested on charges of treason and conspiracy in 1844. While in the jail at Carthage, Illinois, they were killed by a mob on June 27, 1844. Also Known As: none Alternate Spellings: none Common Misspellings: none Related Resources: What is Atheism?

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    40. Chicago Park District: Smith (Joseph Higgins) Park
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    History In 1929, when a large city dump in the West Town neighborhood had been completely filled, the Bureau of Sanitation transferred part of the site to the Bureau of Parks and Recreation. The city soon named it the Smith Athletic Field for Joseph Higgins Smith, alderman of the surrounding 32nd ward from 1914 to 1933. (At the time, the city regularly named parks for standing aldermen of the wards in which the sites were located.) Although it had been named, the park had few improvements until the late 1930s, when the city installed playground equipment, constructed a small brick recreation building, and created an athletic field that was flooded in winter for ice skating. By the late 1950s, a World War II tank and artillery piece had been placed in the park. In 1959, the city transferred Smith Park to the Chicago Park District, along with more than 250 other properties. After making initial improvements, the park district added a spraypool, swimming pool, and bath house in the late 1960s. In 1979, a large modern fieldhouse was constructed in Smith Park. Nine years later, the park district dedicated its gymnasium to Tommy Positano, a high school student who had been active at the park, and who received a Junior Citizenship Award posthumously.
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