Susan Easton Black, Orem, Utah: Millennial Press, 2007, 5.5" x 8.5" softbound, 115 pgs.
Emma Smith: an Elect Lady reveals the story of an extraordinary woman who lived in a trying time. As the wife of Joseph Smith, Emma knew much of religious bigoty, vexatious lawsuits, and lawless brutality. She comfroted Joseph in his extremities, bore his children, and wrote of her abiding love for him. Yet, as time passed and Joseph was murdered, Emma struggled to find her place. Her life story, unique from beginning to end, is presented here in a question and answer format to supply readers with easy access to her biographical information and increase understanding of the trials and triumphs of this remarkable woman.
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