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BYU Studies 39/4 (2000)
TitleBYU Studies 39/4 (2000)
Publication TypeJournal
Secondary AuthorsWelch, John W.
Year of Publication2000
Volume39
Number4
PublisherBrigham Young University
Place PublishedProvo, UT
KeywordsScholarship
Abstract

Love and marriage is the topic of two articles in this issue of BYU Studies. The first article, by William G. Hartley, discusses the Newel and Lydia Bailey Knight courtship and marriage in Kirtland, Ohio, in 1835. The second, by M. Scott Bradshaw, explores the legality of marriages performed by Joseph Smith, including Newel and Lydia Knight's. Another interesting article in this issue is Wilford M. Hess's review of certain botanical aspects of olive trees and oil production in the Middle East. Also, Paul L. Anderson's article on the beautiful Laie Hawaii temple describes the evolution of its symbolic artistic and architectural design.

URLhttps://byustudies.byu.edu/content/volume-394-2000

Journal Articles

Wilford M. Hess | pp. 115-126

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