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Obscure Mormon Artifacts: Mormonism Live: 139

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Step off the beaten path of Mormon history and venture into the realm of relics & artifacts that shed light on lesser-known aspects of the Mormon faith. Delve into the enigmatic history of handkerchiefs, coffin canes, along with other obscure artifacts that whisper compelling tales from the annals of Mormon History.


13:00 Zelph Arrowhead
24:00ish Everything Joseph trips over ends up supremely significant
26:00 Masonic Apron 27:40 Joseph’s Red Silk Handkerchief
31:20 Joseph Smith Nauvoo Legion Attire
32:45 Joseph’s Pepperbox Pistol
34:30 Hyrum’s clothing at Martyrdom and the box the plates were stored in
37:10 Coffin Canes
54:00 David Whitmer Chest & Martin Harris Leather Wallet
54:45 John Taylor Watch
57:45 Mormon Gold Coins
59:00 They are substandard
01:03:10 Hyrum Smith’s Sunglasses
01:03:55 Book of Abraham Printing Plates
01:11:10 Oliver Cowdery’s Rod of Aaron
01:20:00 James Rafael update
01:26:50 Caller: Captain Moroni
01:32:30 Caller: Kate on Nauvoo pageant
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