By Reid L. Nielson (Editor),R. Mark Melville (Editor),Reid L. Neilson,R. Mark Melville
The Autobiography of Andrew Jenson, first released in 1938 by way of the Deseret information Press in Salt Lake urban, Utah, tells the non-public tale of a Danish Mormon convert who finally served as Assistant Church Historian of the LDS Church over 40 years. the writer mined his voluminous own journals and assembled Church documents to inform the tale of the recovery and the Church because the 1850s, while he arrived in Utah as a ecu immigrant. via Jenson's synthesized study, writing, and reflections, readers come away with deeper appreciation for the boys and ladies whose lives represent Mormon historical past. Jenson instructed their tales along with his existence stories, developing a major window into the Mormon past.
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