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Noble Pioneer: A Biography of Ezra Thompson Clark
By Antone Clark. This 300-page volume is the most comprehensive work ever done on Ezra Thompson Clark. It includes previously unknown details of the Clark family move from Connecticut to Ohio, then Indiana and then Illinois, where they joined the LDS Church. It shares some stories of faith and courage, that have previously been unpublished. It also chronicles the family's travails in Missouri, Iowa/Nauvoo and then the trip West. There are over 1,000 combined hours of research that have gone into this publication.
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The following family publications are available for sale. All prices include shipping and handling.
* To order, send itemized order list and payment to:
Ezra Thompson Clark Family Organization
1768 Hayes Drive
Layton, Utah 84040
"Missionary Letters of John A. Clark"
Includes correspondence between Elder John A. Clark and his parents, Ezra T. and Susan Leggett Clark, on his trip to the Turkish Mission in Palestine as well as correspondence between Church leaders and the Clarks when John passed away of Black Small Pox in 1892. Also includes photos of the gravesite in Haifa. The letters were transcribed by Anne Clark Heiner (descendant through Ezra's son Hyrum). The book also includes newspaper clips.
Cost is $25.
"The Missionary Journals of Ezra James Clark"
Ezra Thompson Clark's eldest son kept a journal two of his three years in England, and they have been transcribed by Antone Clark. The journal includes day-to-day Ezra James' activities as a conference leader in Southern England.
Cost is $27.