Hannah Stoddard joined Greg Jarrard on “Latter-day Radio” to discuss the American covenant, miracles from the lives of the Founding Fathers, Freemasonry and the legacy of the Pilgrim and Puritan forefathers. Listen to the interview!
- Eisleben, Saxony, Holy Roman Empire – Martin Luther’s birthplace
- Altstadt, Wittenberg, Germany – Martin Luther Home (Lutherhaus)
- All Saints’ Church, Wittenberg, Germany – Martin Luther posts the “The Ninety-Five Theses”
- Husinec, Kingdom of Bohemia – John Huss birthplace
- Konstanz, Bishopric of Constance, Holy Roman Empire – John Huss martyrdom
- November 10, 1483 – Martin Luther born
- 31 October 1517 – Martin Luther posts the “The Ninety-Five Theses”
- 1369 – John Huss christianed (date of birth unknown)
SummaryEliza Roxcy Snow Young was one of the most celebrated Latter-day Saint women of the nineteenth century. A renowned poet, she chronicled history and expounded scripture and doctrine. She was a plural wife of Joseph Smith, Jr. and was the second general president of the Relief Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) from 1866 until her death.
- 1870, Published
Author: John Howie Length: 640 pgs.
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- Independence Hall, Washington D.C.
- 1787-1788, written