Diary May Reveal Facts About Early Mormon History





A recently discovered diary is shedding insight into early Mormon history. The dairy belonged to William McLelling, a controversial and excommunicated apostle. The dairy was revealed by a Provo collector and historian. Its pages have anecdotes or early Mormon life and people, and parts of the dairy are also critical of the Mormon faith. McLlenin is said to have remained a believer of The Book of Mormon, but lost faith in the Church's founder. FOX 13's Max Roth reports.

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