1. What year was the one hundred millionth copy of the Book of Mormon printed?
2. According to 1790 copyright law, Joseph Smith identified himself as the “author and proprietor,” in the first edition of the Book of Mormon. What was this changed to in the second edition in 1837?
3. Only 28% of the original Book of Mormon manuscript can be accounted for. How much of the printers manuscript is missing?
A) None of it
B) All of it
C) 15% of it
D) Three lines of it
(B) Revelations destined for print in the Book of Commandments
"Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner," The Utah Genealogical and
Historical Magazine 17 (July1926):193-205, 250-
Additional interesting information:
In the first fifty years of Church history, copies of the Book of Mormon were relatively scarce, making it difficult for many members to use it regularly in daily religious life or to know its text in depth.
Arnold K. Garr et al., Encyclopedia of Latter-day Saint History (Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2000), 119.