Personal diary of B.H. Roberts from 1882-1883, when he was 26 years old.
Born in England in 1857, B. H. Roberts immigrated to America in 1866 to join his mother in Salt Lake City. He spent nearly his entire adult life in church service. Always outspoken and sometimes controversial, his writings challenged some of the positions and teachings of his church and he was not allowed to fill his seat in the U. S. House of Representatives in 1898 because of his earlier polygamist lifestyle.
This individual diary, spanning 1883-1884, gives a unique insight into the life and times of this important historical figure.
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