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Mason Allred and Mark Ashurst-McGee discuss historical accounts of the Book of Mormon translation process, including Joseph Smith using a Seer Stone and accounts of Joseph Smith using Urim and Thummim.5:00
In 1842, Margaret Cook and Sarah Kimball’s effort to help build the temple led to the restoration of a vital organization in the Church. Learn how the Nauvoo Relief Society left a legacy for us today.7:19
Historians Kate Holbrook and Steven C. Harper discuss the "Word of Wisdom." They discuss how understanding and practices developed over time and what the significance of the Word of Wisdom is today.5:05
Brigham Young publicly acknowledged the practice of plural marriage after the Mormons arrived in Utah. Historians Lisa Olsen Tait and Matthew J. Grow discuss the varied experiences of plural families.4:58
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