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Historians Jenny Lund and Emily Utt discuss the impact of the Hawn's Mill Massacre on LDS memory, whether or not it could have been avoided, and the meaning of the massacre for Latter-day Saints today.7:01
Joseph Smith's struggle with his brother Alvin's death led eventually to the introduction of baptisms for the dead. This new ordinance was embraced by saints in Nauvoo who did the first genealogical and family history research in Church history.6:55
George Watt captured the sermons of Brigham Young and other early Church leaders in shorthand. Many of these sermons have remained unknown until recently transcribed. This will be the first publication of some of these sermons.4:18