Kate Holbrook

March 28, 2017 11:32 AM MDT
Several months after the deaths of her sons Joseph, Hyrum, and Samuel Smith, Lucy Mack Smith (1775–1856) began writing her history. At age 69, she was in poor health and felt “it a privilege as well as my duty . . . to give (as my last testimony to a world from whence I must soon take my departure) an account.” . . .
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March 17, 2017 08:51 AM MDT
Emma Hale Smith was an educated woman—a strong leader and public speaker. As the first president of the Relief Society, her words, recorded in Relief Society meeting minutes, continue to inspire and encourage us to increase our faith and charity. Learn more in At the Pulpit: 185 Years of Discourses by Latter-day Saint Women.
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March 02, 2017 10:38 PM MST
Lucy Mack Smith (1775–1856) was the mother of Joseph and Hyrum Smith and nine other children, and she was a strong voice in the early Church. She gave this speech to a gathering of emigrating Saints at Lake Erie in Buffalo, New York in May 1831.
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