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Smith, Joseph, Jr., 1805-1844

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Personal name headingSmith, Joseph, Jr., 1805-1844
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Variant(s)Smitʻh, Chōzēf, 1805-1844
Smith, Joseph, 1805-1844
Smith, Josip, ml., 1805-1844
Sumisu, Josefu, 1805-1844
スミスジヨセフ, 1805-1844
Samika, Josepa, Opio, 1805-1844
See alsoCorporate body: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
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Biography/History noteJoseph Smith, Jr. (1805-1844) was a Mormon prophet and founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
LocatedPalmyra (N.Y.) Kirtland (Ohio) Far West (Mo.) Nauvoo (Ill.)
Birth date1805-12-23
Death date1844-06-27
Place of birthSharon (Vt.)
Place of deathCarthage (Ill.)
Field of activityProphet
AffiliationChurch of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Profession or occupationReligious leaders
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
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Found inBook of Mormon. Japanese. Morumon-kyō, 1909 (1950 printing): t.p. (Josefu Sumisu [in Japanese])
Book of Moemon. Armenian. Girkʻ Mōrmōni, 1937: t.p. (Kart. Chōzēf Smitʻh), Oct. 13, 2010 (Joseph Smith, originally Joseph Smith, Jr. (b. Dec. 23, 1805, Sharon, Vt., U.S.; d. June 27, 1844, Carthage, Ill.), Mormon prophet and founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)
The Book of Mormon, 1830: title page (Joseph Smith, Junior)
Doctrine and covenants of the Church of the Latter Day Saints, 1835: title page (Joseph Smith, Junior)
Encyclopedia of Mormonism, page 1331 (Joseph Smith, Jr. (1805-1844), the Prophet Joseph Smith, founding prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; born December 23, 1805 in Sharon, Vermont; moved to Palmyra, N.Y. in 1816; founded the Church in Fayette, N.Y. April 6, 1830; migrated with the Church to Kirtland, Ohio in 1831; then to Far West, Missouri in 1838; finally to Nauvoo, Ill. (which he founded) in 1839; killed by a mob in Carthage, Ill. June 27, 1844)
Mormonova knjiga, 1983: title page (Josip Smith, ml.)
Book of Mormon. Hawaiian. Ka buke a Moramona, 1855: title page (Josepa Samika, Opio)
Associated languageeng