Vicki Jo Anderson has dedicated over 10 years of her life researching the great eminent men and women who appeared to Wilford Woodruff in 1877. Vicki graduated from Brigham Young University with a B.S. degree in Sociology then went on to earn an M.A. degree in History from Coral Ridge Baptist University (George Wythe Campus). She was awarded four grants from Brigham Young University to assist in the research project. She is a former home schooler, past president of Arizona Charter School Association and owner of Zichron Historical Research Institute. Prior to her marriage to Steven Anderson and subsequent eight children she served a mission in Paraguay/Uruguay. She has lectured extensively throughout the Southwestern United States.
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A book of great insights.
by Carol - reviewed on June 18, 2005
What amazing insight to these great men and what they did to warrant such a great blessing from the Lord! It gave me a greater understanding about the problems they faced and overcame to better the world around them. I'm looking forward to reading about the women that were there also!
I love this book
by Susan - reviewed on July 17, 2009
I have read this book many times and have lent it to many, many friends who all agree it is a gem. I appreciate all the research that went into the book. I enjoyed reading the brief biographies of all the great men who were with Wilford Woodruff in the temple. I keep waiting for the Eminent Women book she said she was going to write. I hope that will come out soon!