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Emma Smith 24x36 Poster

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Emma Smith 24x36 Poster

by Steve Nethercott


Quick Overview

A Real Hero Poster - "In a world full of fantasy heroes and pop-stars, we should never forget the real heroes, with real courage, real strength, and real stories," says artist, Steve Nethercott. Through his artistic talents, Steve strives to capture the spirit of real heroes, the uniqueness of their world, the strength of their character, and the reality of their heroism.

The scripture references with scriptures are displayed in the bottom of the poster.


For Emma Smith, the months after Joseph’s arrest and imprisonment at Liberty Jail were especially difficult. In February of 1839, she packed her meager belongings and her four children and journeyed to Quincy, Illinois with the other Saints that were being forced to leave Missouri by Governor Boggs with the issue of the extermination order. She traveled nearly 200 miles in winter weather conditions, including crossing the frozen Missouri River.

Additional Information

ISBN 753182245928
Author Steve Nethercott
Age Group No
Book Type No

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