We learn from the fly leaf of the bible that Joseph Smith purchased from the Grandin Book Store that Joseph Smith bought it in conjunction with another person. Who was this person?
a. Joseph Smith Sr.
b. Martin Harris
c. Oliver Cowdery
d. Lucy Mack Smith
a. 2/3 of his wheat was blighted
Martin Harris lost his privilege as scribe, and according to Lucy Smith, was temporally afflicted as “a heavy fog swept over Mr. Harris’s fields and blighted all his wheat, so that he lost about two-thirds of his crop, while the fields on the opposite side of the road remained untouched.”
Scott and Maurine Proctor, eds., The Revised and Enhanced History of Joseph Smith by His Mother (Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1996), 171.