Hyrum Smith: A Man of Mildness and Integrity



Church History Museum

Museum Treasures

25 November 2015
These artifacts are perhaps the most intimate remembrance of the martyrdom of Joseph and Hyrum Smith: they are the clothes Hyrum was wearing when he was killed, the watch he carried in his pocket that day, and a pair of sunglasses he owned. They show the bullet holes and bloodstains that tell of his death at the hands of an angry mob. As significant as his death was, however, of greater importance are the life he lived and the love he had for his brother Joseph. Continue reading

Lorin and Lovina, A Match Made in Nauvoo



This new book by author, Don H. Lee tells the story of Lovina Smith and Lorin Walker as they move through the events of the restoration.  It tells of how their paths crossed in Far West, how they eventually married in Nauvoo, and how they eventually made it to the valley several years after most of the other family members.  It is a love story, of two people in love, of family members supporting each other and of their dedication to the gospel of Jesus Christ.

It is available from Amazon.com