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Journal of Mormon History - Volume 36, No. 1…

Journal of Mormon History - Volume 36, No. 1 (Winter 2010) (2010)

by Mormon History Association, Martha Taysom (Editor)

Other authors: Kim B. Östman (Contributor), Howard M. Bahr (Contributor), Richard E. Bennett (Contributor), Amanda Midgley Borneman (Contributor), Breck England (Contributor)10 more, Sherrie L. M. Gavin (Contributor), John J Hammond (Contributor), Dixie Dillon Lane (Contributor), Matthew R. Lee (Contributor), H. Michael Marquardt (Contributor), Benjamin E. Park (Contributor), Michael Harold Paulos (Contributor), William D. Russell (Contributor), William Shepard (Contributor), Kyle R. Walker (Contributor)

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After the Saints established their new gathering place at Commerce (Nauvoo), Illinois, in the spring of 1839, one of the most pressing items of Church business was getting the printing press back into operation.
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Handcart Study Misleads / Breck England

“As Fire Shut Up in My Bones”: Ebenezer Robinson, Don Carlos Smith, and the 1840 Edition of the Book of Mormon / Kyle R. Walker
“Build, Therefore, Your Own World”: Ralph Waldo Emerson, Joseph Smith, and Antebellum American Thought / Benjamin E. Park
Mormon Rosies: Women and War Work in Manti / Amanda Midgley Borneman
Lyman E. Johnson: Forgotten Apostle / William Shepard and H. Michael Marquardt
An Independent Companion: Ethel Nash Parton and the Australian Relief Society / Sherrie L. M. Gavin
“Read This I Pray Thee”: Martin Harris and the Three Wise Men of the East / Richard E. Bennett

Michael W. Homer, ed. On the Way to Somewhere Else: European Sojourners in the Mormon West, 1834–1930 / Dixie Dillon Lane
Cardell K. Jacobson, John P. Hoffmann, and Tim B. Heaton, eds. Revisiting Thomas F. O’Dea’s The Mormons: Contemporary Perspectives / Howard M. Bahr
Jeffrey C. Fox, Latter-day Political Views / John J Hammond
Susan Easton Black, Setting the Record Straight: Joseph Smith the Mormon Prophet / William D. Russell
Johnnie Glad, The Mission of Mormonism in Norway, 1851–1920: A Study and Analysis of the Reception Process / Kim B. Östman
Craig L. Foster, A Different God? Mitt Romney, the Religious Right, and the Mormon Question, and Newell G. Bringhurst and Craig L. Foster, The Mormon Quest for the Presidency / Michael Harold Paulos
Reid L. Neilson, Global Mormonism in the 21st Century / Matthew R. Lee

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Bill Harris, A New Zion: The Story of the Latter-day Saints
Stewart Aitchison, A Guide to Southern Utah’s Hole-in-the-Rock Trail
Kirk Huffaker, Salt Lake City: Then and Now
Dawn and Morris Thurston, How to Breathe Life into Your Life Story
Arthur O. Naujoks Jr. and Michael S. Eldredge, Shades of Gray: Memoirs of a Prussian Saint on the Eastern Front
Karen M. and Paul D. Larsen, Remembering Winter Quarters: Writings of the Mormon Pioneers at the Missouri River
Lawrence Flake, Twelve Sons of Britain
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Irene Spencer, Shattered Dreams: My Life as a Polygamist’s Wife
John R. Llewellyn, Polygamy’s Rape of Rachel Strong
Susan Ray Schmidt, His Favorite Wife: Trapped in Polygamy
Michelle Parkinson, ed., The San Francisco Mormon History Walking Tour
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