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Links mentioned in this podcast:
- Read the text of the post here.
- Buy the reading guide here.
- In Sacred Loneliness: The Plural Wives of Joseph Smith by Todd Compton (Salt Lake City: Signature Books)
- Joseph Smith Papers project’s bio of Eliza
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Amasa Lyman is my ancestor, so this one was especially interesting for me. Here’s a cool story from my family history:
He came to Martha Lydia Lyman in a dream, “Amasa Mason Lyman, came to her in a dream wherein he was calling for help. She heard and saw him and had the impulse to embrace him but he warned her there was a great, yawning chasm between them which made it impossible.”
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