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Journal of Mormon History - Volume 38, No. 4…

Journal of Mormon History - Volume 38, No. 4 (Fall 2012) (2012)

by Mormon History Association, Martha Taysom (Editor)

Other authors: Polly Aird (Contributor), Devery S. Anderson (Contributor), Gary James Bergera (Contributor), David F. Boone (Contributor), Justin R. Bray (Contributor)19 more, Brian Q. Cannon (Contributor), John Dinger (Contributor), Sherman L. Fleek (Contributor), Joseph Geisner (Contributor), Brian C. Hales (Contributor), Robin Scott Jensen (Contributor), Adam Jortner (Contributor), Tom Kimball (Contributor), William P. MacKinnon (Contributor), H. Michael Marquardt (Contributor), Timothy G. Merrill (Contributor), Joann Follett Mortensen (Contributor), Michael Harold Paulos (Contributor), Ron Priddis (Contributor), Jill Terry Rudy (Contributor), Alex D. Smith (Contributor), Jonathan A. Stapley (Contributor), Lisa Olsen Tait (Contributor), Gary Topping (Contributor)

Series: Journal of Mormon History (38.4)

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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:

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

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

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
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