Wesley P. Walters Lecture Recording

"Money Digging in New York & Joseph Smith's 1826 Trial"

1976 lecture by Rev. Wesley Walters, the man who first located the documents relating to Joseph Smith's 1826 arrest for being a 'glass looker.' He also pioneered the research on Smith's claim of a revival in Palmyra in 1820.

(click for YouTube video — note: audio only)


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Neely and De Zeng's Bills
(Joseph Smith parts highlighted.)

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Justice Albert Neely's bill

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Back of Neely's bill
with certification of authenticity

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Constable Philip De Zeng's bill

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Back of De Zeng's bill
with certification of authenticity


For more information see:

#68 Messenger: State of New York vs. Joseph Smith

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