The six-volume Comprehensive History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints originally began as a series of monthly articles written by B.H. Roberts from 1909 to 1915 for the Americana magazine. The articles were published in in the six-volume masterpiece in 1930 in commemoration of the church’s Centennial Celebration. The volumes discuss in detail many of the developments and events throughout Mormon History.
Volume One particularly discusses Joseph Smith’s early history until the persecution of the Saints in Missouri.
Volume Two particularly discusses the development of Nauvoo through the martyrdom of the Prophet Joseph and the Saint’s exodus from Illinois.
Volume Three particularly discusses the pioneer’s journey across the plains through until the federal intervening in Salt Lake City.
Volume Four particularly discusses various events taking place in Utah in the 1850s.
Volume Five particularly discusses various events taking place in Utah in the late 1800s.
Volume Six particularly focuses on the events leading up to the Manifesto and other events to 1930.
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