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Joseph F. Smith served as the sixth president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1901 until his death in 1918. A man filled with dedication, love, and knowledge of the gospel principles, he spent his life in service and led the Church forward into a new century.
From age seven, when he helped his mother cross the plains, to age fifteen, when he began his four-year mission to Hawaii; from his call to the apostleship to his service as councilor to four Church presidents; from his persecution for plural marriage to his significant contributions to Church doctrine, Joseph F. Smith was a courageous leader who dedicated his life to the lord.