The first schoolhouse in Kansas City was not originally built as a schoolhouse, but as what?
a. A LDS Relief Society Building
b. A LDS Bishop Store house
c. A LDS Temple
d. A LDS chapel
a. Six cents
Issuance of the Manifesto left some problems unresolved, but in general the atmosphere changed and the Church entered a new era of cooperation and understanding. . . . In one instance Judge James C. Miner heard the case of a Saint indicted on two counts of polygamy and asked him if he accepted the Manifesto and considered it valid. When the defendant said yes, the judge dismissed the case with a fine of six cents.
Lesson Committee, Chronicles of Courage (Salt Lake City: Utah Printing Company, 1995), 6:3.