Need it now? Call the store at to speak with an associate. This seven-volume set tells the remarkable and miraculous story of the restoration. Begun by Joseph Smith as a commandment from the Lord, it is a compilation of journal writings, sermons, general conference addresses, and revelations. It took the painstaking combined work of over twenty scribes and four editors over a period of twenty-seven years to bring it to publication. Roberts was later commissioned to make extensive edits and footnotes, which gave us the edition still used today.
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Comprehensive History of the Church Volumes 1-6
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History Church Period by B H Roberts, First Edition
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History of the Church: The Complete 7 Volume Set
It should not be confused with the seven-volume History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints nicknamed Documentary History of the Church , which was also edited by Roberts in the early 20th-century but focuses on the history of Joseph Smith. After the American Historical Magazine , owned by the American Historical Society , published articles on the Spalding—Rigdon theory of Book of Mormon authorship , Roberts requested the magazine also allow him to publish a rebuttal. After his four-part response, the editor was so pleased that he invited Roberts to next write a detailed history of the LDS Church. From July to July Roberts wrote "The History of the Mormon Church" in forty-two-page installments for each issue of the newly named Americana magazine sometimes called Americana Illustrated. After the final article appeared, the First Presidency wanted to publish the work in six volumes,  but this was dropped due to the cost, despite Roberts' willingness.
B. H. Roberts
Roberts was denied a seat as a member of United States Congress because of his practice of polygamy. Roberts was born in Warrington , Lancashire , England, the son of Benjamin Roberts, an alcoholic blacksmith and ship plater, and Ann Everington, a seamstress. In the year of his birth both parents converted to the LDS Church. Benjamin Roberts then abandoned his family. Roberts later wrote, "My childhood was a nightmare; my boyhood a tragedy.