Talk:Woodstock, Vermont

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Isaac Bullard[edit]

I found the following passage in Fawn M. Brodie's biography of Joseph Smith (p. 12). I would have liked to read the article, but none exists. Perhaps someone should write on Isaac Bullard. Aramgar (talk) 02:13, 16 March 2009 (UTC)

There was Isaac Bullard, wearing nothing but a bearskin girdle and his beard, who gathered a following of "Pilgrims" in 1817 in Woodstock, Vermont, half a dozen hills away from the old Smith farm. Champion of free love and communism, he regarded washing as a sin and boasted that he had not changed his clothes in seven years. Forsaking Vermont for the promised land, the Pilgrims crossed the mountains into New York, followed the same long road across the state as had Joseph Smith, and drifted down the Ohio into Missouri. –Brodie, Fawn M. (1971), No Man Knows My History: The Life of Joseph Smith (2nd ed.), New York: Knopf, p. 12, ISBN 0394469674 

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