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'''Joseph Smith, Jr.''' is the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement. He was born in Vermont on 23 December 1805. He participated in the organization of the Church on 6 April 1830. On 25 January 1832 he was sustained as President of the Church and he served in the position until his death on 27 June 1844.
 
'''Joseph Smith, Jr.''' is the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement. He was born in Vermont on 23 December 1805. He participated in the organization of the Church on 6 April 1830. On 25 January 1832 he was sustained as President of the Church and he served in the position until his death on 27 June 1844.
  
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==Bibliography==
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===Primary Sources===
 
* The Joseph Smith Papers. http://josephsmithpapers.org/.
 
* The Joseph Smith Papers. http://josephsmithpapers.org/.
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* Brodie, Fawn M. ''No Man Knows My History: The Life of Joseph Smith''. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1971.
 
* Brodie, Fawn M. ''No Man Knows My History: The Life of Joseph Smith''. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1971.
 
* Bushman, Richard Lyman. ''Joseph Smith: Rough Stone Rolling''. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2005.
 
* Bushman, Richard Lyman. ''Joseph Smith: Rough Stone Rolling''. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2005.
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* Cannon, George Q. ''The Life of Joseph Smith, the Prophet''. Salt Lake City, Utah: Juvenile Instructor Office, 1888. https://archive.org/details/lifeofjosephsmit00cann (Accessed 19 June 2014).
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* ----. ''The Latter-day Prophet: History of Joseph Smith Written for Young People''. Salt Lake City, Utah: Juvenile Instructor Office, 1900. https://archive.org/details/latterdayprophet00canno (Accessed 19 June 2014).
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* ----. ''The Latter-day Prophet: Young People's History of Joseph Smith''. Salt Lake City, Utah: The Deseret News, 1914. https://archive.org/details/latterdayprophet00cann (Accessed 19 June 2014).
 
* Joseph Smith Chronology. http://josephsmith.byu.edu/.
 
* Joseph Smith Chronology. http://josephsmith.byu.edu/.
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* Smith, Lucy Mack. ''Biographical Sketches of Joseph Smith, the Prophet, and His Progenitors for Many Generations''. Liverpool: Published for Orson Pratt by S. W. Richards, 1853. https://archive.org/details/BiographicalSketchesOfJosephSmithTheProphet (Accessed 26 June 2014).
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Alternate Names
Birth 23 December 1805
Sharon, Windsor Co., Vermont, United States
Marriage Wives of Joseph Smith
Death 27 June 1844
Carthage, Hancock Co., Illinois, United States
Gender Male
Religious Influence
Callings President of the Church of Christ, 25 January 1832 - 27 June 1844
Occupation Mayor of Nauvoo, Illinois, 19 May 1842 – 27 June 1844
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Joseph Smith, Jr. is the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement. He was born in Vermont on 23 December 1805. He participated in the organization of the Church on 6 April 1830. On 25 January 1832 he was sustained as President of the Church and he served in the position until his death on 27 June 1844.

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