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Autobiography of Parley Parker Pratt

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Country  United States
Publisher  Russell Brothers
Pages  502; xv
Author  Parley P. Pratt
Editor  Parley P. Pratt
Language  English
Publication date  1874
Originally published  1874
Page count  502
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The Autobiography of Parley Parker Pratt is the 1874 posthumous autobiography of Latter Day Saint apostle Parley P. Pratt. It was compiled from Pratt's writings by Pratt's son, Parley P. Pratt, Jr., with assistance from his wife and apostle John Taylor.

The Autobiography is the most frequently read of Pratt's several works, and it has been suggested that "excluding Lucy Mack Smith's Biographical Sketches ..., it is possibly the most important [Latter Day Saint] historical work written in the nineteenth century". The same author states that due to its accessible prose, it "remains one of the most frequently read texts for Latter-day Saints even in the twenty-first century".


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