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Harris served with the New York militia in the War of and inherited acres. Until , Harris lived in Palmyra, New York , where he was a prosperous farmer.
Harris's neighbors considered him both an honest and superstitious man. But, he was a great man for seeing spooks. On Harris's departure from New York with the Latter Day Saints, the local paper wrote: "Several families, numbering about fifty souls, took up their line of march from this town last week for the 'promised land,' among whom was Martin Harris, one of the original believers in the 'Book of Mormon.
Harris was among the early settlers of this town, and has ever borne the character of an honorable and upright man, and an obliging and benevolent neighbor.
He had secured to himself by honest industry a respectable fortune—and he has left a large circle of acquaintances and friends to pity his delusion.
Smith, Sr. Because Harris wanted assurance of the Book of Mormon's authenticity, Smith transcribed characters from the golden plates to a piece of paper, perhaps the one now known as the Anthon transcript , but there is much to cast doubt on this document being the original as both Harris's and Anthon's accounts describe it differently.
In the winter of , Harris took the transcript of characters to New York City , where he met with Charles Anthon , a professor of linguistics at Columbia College.
The two men's accounts of the meeting conflict on almost every point. Harris's account is recorded in Smith's History of the Church.
Anthon, for his part, gave written accounts in and Despite the years in between, both accounts are in good agreement, but there is a contradiction as to whether he had given Harris a written opinion about the transcript or not.
In both accounts, Anthon maintained that he told Harris that he Harris was a victim of a fraud and not to get involved.
In either case, the episode apparently satisfied Harris's doubts about the authenticity of the golden plates and the translation enough to mortgage his farm to have the book printed.
In both of Anthon's accounts, he states that Harris visited him again after the Book of Mormon was printed and brought him a copy, which Anthon refused to accept.
Anthon records that he again advised Harris he had been defrauded and should go straight home and ask to examine the plates locked in the chest, but Harris responded that he could not look at the plates or he and his family would be cursed.
In February , Harris traveled to Harmony, Pennsylvania to serve as a scribe while Smith dictated the translation of the golden plates.
By June , Smith and Harris's work on the translation had resulted in pages of manuscript. Harris asked Smith for permission to take the pages of manuscript back to his wife to convince her of its authenticity; Smith reluctantly agreed.
After Harris had shown the pages to his wife and some others, the manuscript disappeared. The first extant written revelation to Joseph Smith, dated July , refers to Smith's delivering the pages to Harris.
Addressing Smith, the revelation says: "thou deliveredst up that which was sacred, into the hands of a wicked man, who has set at nought the counsels of God, and has broken the most sacred promises, which were made before God, and has depended upon his own judgement, and boasted in his own wisdom.
Nevertheless, Harris continued to support Smith financially. The translation was completed in June By August, Smith contracted with publisher E.
Grandin of Palmyra to print the Book of Mormon. Impart a portion of thy property; Yea, even a part of thy lands and all save the support of thy family.
Pay the printer's debt. As the translation neared completion, Smith revealed that three men would be called as special witnesses to the existence of the golden plates.
In the words of David Whitmer, one of the other two witnesses, "It was in the latter part of June, Joseph, Oliver Cowdery and myself were together, and the angel showed them [the plates] to us In the midst of this light, but a few feet from us, appeared a table upon which were many golden plates, also the sword of Laban and the directors.
I saw them as plain as I see you now, and distinctly heard the voice of the Lord declaring that the records of the plates of the Book of Mormon were translated by the gift and power of God.
Joseph Smith and Martin Harris had a similar experience, and as the manuscript was prepared for printing, Cowdery, Whitmer, and Harris signed a joint statement that has been included in each of the more than million copies of the Book of Mormon printed since then.
It reads in part:. In , Smith indicated that Harris's experience in seeing the plates occurred separately from that of Whitmer and Cowdery.
In part because of their continued disagreement over the legitimacy of Smith and the golden plates, and because of the loss of his farm, Harris and his wife separated.
Lucy Harris was described by Lucy Mack Smith as a woman of "irascible temper" but claims have been made that Harris had abused her. Harris became an early member of the Church of Christ , which Smith organized on April 6, The printers feared that local opposition would hurt sales.
A Palmyra printer, Egbert B. On April 7, , Harris sold part of his farm to pay the printing bill, though he may have had other reasons to part with this acreage than just to satisfy Grandin.
Martin Harris was present at the organization of the Church on April 6, , and was baptized that day by Oliver Cowdery. In May he led fifty converts from Palmyra to Kirtland, Ohio.
Lucy and their children remained in Palmyra, resulting in two households and periodic trips for Harris between the two locations. In the summer of , Harris accompanied Joseph Smith and others to Missouri to purchase property and designate the site for Zion, where the Saints were to gather.
He was one of the first to be asked to live the "law of consecration," a divinely revealed plan for equalizing the distribution of property and providing for the poor.
That year, he also helped supervise and finance Church publications. Returning east in , Harris and his brother Emer served a mission together, baptizing one hundred persons at Chenango Point now Binghamton , New York.
In January , Martin Harris was imprisoned briefly in Springville, Pennsylvania, in an attempt to stop him from preaching.
Returning to Kirtland in January , Harris became a member of the first high council of the Church.
In , Harris attended the dedication of the Kirtland Temple. Later that summer Lucy Harris died. The couple had seven children.
During , a time of intense conflict within the Church, Harris clashed with Sidney Rigdon and refused to join the Church-sponsored Kirtland Safety Society, which was issuing paper money.
Harris was released from the high council on September 3, , and was excommunicated during the last week of December Although evidence exists that Harris's excommunication was never official, he accepted the action and subsequently applied for and was baptized on November 7, The Strangites, a splinter group formed after Joseph Smith's death see Schismatic Groups , paid his expenses, though he did not believe or preach Strangite doctrine.
In , Harris had prophesied that the Book of Mormon would be preached in England, and he was eager to preach there himself.