Sunday, November 07, 2010

Grandin Press publishes Mormon classics

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In 1829, a 24-year old Joseph Smith walked into the red brick print shop of E. B. Grandin in Palmyra, New York with a manuscript copy of The Book of Mormon.  Less than a year later, the Prophet left the same shop with newly printed copies of the book that would change the world. Today, Grandin Press continues the tradition of publishing quality books that stir the soul and strengthen Latter-day Saint testimonies around the world.

Grandin Press will begin taking orders on November 9th.  Learn more about there site here, and check out their current collection of Mormon classics:
  • Biography of Joseph Smith - Cannon
  • The Life of Joseph Smith the Prophet By George Q. Cannon
  • Biography of Brigham Young - Gates
  • The Life Story of Brigham Young By Susa Young Gates (Daughter)
  • Biography of John Taylor - Roberts
  • The Life of John Taylor By B. H. Roberts
  • Biography of Wilford Woodruff - Cowley
  • Wilford Woodruff - His Life and Labors By Matthias Cowley
  • Biography of Lorenzo Snow - Snow
  • The Biography and Family Record of Lorenzo Snow By Eliza R. Snow
  • Biography of Joseph F. Smith - Smith
  • The Life of Joseph F. Smith By Joseph Fielding Smith
  • The Autobiography of Parley P. Pratt
  • The Key to the Science of Theolgy / A Voice of Warning - Pratt
  • The Classic Writings of Parley P. Pratt
  • The Mormon Doctrine of Deity - Roberts
  • The Gospel and Man's Relationship to Deity - Roberts
  • Outlines of Ecclesiastical History - Roberts
  • The Life of Heber C. Kimball - Whitney
  • Saturday Night Thoughts - Whitney
  • Elias: Epic of Ages - Whitney
  • Talks on Doctrine - Cowley
  • The Classic Writings of Orson Pratt
  • The Story and Philosphy of Mormonism - Talmage
  • The Great Apostasy / The Vitality of Mormonism - Talmage
  • Collection of Parables - Talmage
  • Evidences and Reconciliations Part One - Widtsoe
  • Evidences and Reconciliations Part Two - Widtsoe
  • A Rational Theology / In Search of Truth - Widtsoe

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