Benjamin Winchester talks about Joseph's "licentious conduct" during the Kirtland period.

Date
Sep 22, 1889
Type
News (traditional)
Source
Benjamin Winchester
Excommunicated
Critic
Hearsay
Direct
Unsourced
Late
Journalism
Reference

Benjamin Winchester, "Primitive Mormonism," The Salt Lake Daily Tribune (September 22, 1889): 2

Scribe/Publisher
The Salt Lake Tribune
People
Benjamin Winchester, Joseph Smith, Jr.
Audience
Reading Public
Transcription

. . . .there was a good deal of scandal prevalent among a number of the Saints concerning Joseph's licentious conduct, this more especially among the women. Joseph's name was then connected with scandalous relations with two or three families.

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