In the spring of 1888, Susa Young Gates sent a flurry of letters from Laie in the Sandwich Islands (Hawai’i), where she was living with her missionary husband and young children, to friends and relatives in Utah, proposing a plan that would have important consequences for herself personally and for the LDS Church’s Young Ladies’ Mutual Improvement Associations (YLMIA).
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Table of Contents:
LETTERS Presidential Billiards Revisited / William P. MacKinnon Conclusions Unwarranted / Polly Aird and Gary Topping Concerned by Review / Sherman L. Fleek Augusta Young and Priesthood / Jonathan A. Stapley Willard Richards / Devery S. Anderson Dinger Responds / John Dinger A Response to Robin Jensen / Gary James Bergera Jensen versus Kline and Perdue / Ron Priddis Disappointed by Review / Joseph Geisner The Future of Mormon Documentary Editing / Robin Scott Jensen Timely Reminder / Tom Kimball Corrections
ARTICLES Between Two Economies: The Business Development of the Young Woman’s Journal, 1889–1900 / Lisa Olsen Tait “As Bad as I Hated to Come”: Lucy Hannah White Flake in Arizona / David F. Boone The Lord’s Supper during the Progressive Era, 1890–1930 / Justin R. Bray “A Continuation of the Seeds”: Joseph Smith and Spirit Birth / Brian C. Hales The Book of the Law of the Lord / Alex D. Smith Ox in the Mire? The Legal and Cultural War over Utah’s Sunday Closing Laws / Timothy G. Merrill and Brian Q. Cannon Setting the Record Straight: Brigham Young’s Baptism Date / H. Michael Marquardt “Does Not Purport to Comprehend All Matters of Church Government”: The LDS General Handbook of Instructions, 1899–2006 / Michael Harold Paulos Solomon Spaulding’s Indians, Or What the Manuscript Really Tells Us / Adam Jortner
REVIEWS Tom Mould. Still, the Small Voice: Narrative, Personal Revelation, and the Mormon Folk Tradition / Jill Terry Rudy Edward L. Kimball. Father of a Prophet: Andrew Kimball / Joann Follett Mortensen