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Drawing on Wilford Woodruff's extensive journals, Elder Francis M. Gibbons of the First Quorum of the Seventy gives a richly detailed account of the life of the fourth president of the Church.

From the perspective of President Woodruff, the reader gains a valuable insight into a fascinating, often turbulent, period of Church history. That era begins just after the restoration of the gospel, encompasses the saints' exodus to the Rocky Mountains, and ends just after the issuance of the Manifesto and the beginning of more peaceful relations between the Church and the rest of the nation at the dawning of the 20th Century.This is Elder Gibbon's eighth book in his series of biographies about presidents of the Church. - RSL

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