This issue of the Journal of Mormon History celebrates the Mormon History Association’s first fifty years.
This is a specific issue of this periodical and should not be combined with other issues.
References to this work on external resources.
Wikipedia in English
▾LibraryThing members' description
Table of Contents:
GUEST EDITORS’ INTRODUCTION Celebrating the Mormon History Association’s Fifty Years / J. Spencer Fluhman and Douglas D. Alder
REFLECTIONS Heritage and History: A Personal Essay / Laurel Thatcher Ulrich “This Is a New Day”: A Look Back in Anticipation of the Future in Writing Mormon History / Richard E. Bennett RLDS/LDS: Friends on a Shared Journey / William D. Russell On Writing Church History: Personal Reflections on Writing, Publishing, and Republishing The Story of the Latter-day Saints / James B. Allen
PEOPLE AND PLACES Reading the Gold Plates / Richard Lyman Bushman The Development of Early Latter-day Saint Marriage Rites, 1831–53 / Kathleen Flake Brigham Young and the Transformation of Utah Wilderness, 1847–58 / Thomas G. Alexander Collecting, Preserving, and Sharing the Global History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints / Richard E. Turley Jr. History Lessons: Race and the LDS Church / Max Perry Mueller
PROJECTIONS Crossroads of the West / Jared Farmer Ripe Fields, Plentiful Laborers, Few Jobs: The Prospects and Challenges for Early-Career Mormon Studies Scholars / David J. Howlett Biography in Mormon Studies / Matthew J. Grow Toward a Catholic History of Mormonism / Matthew Bowman Scholars, Saints, and Stakeholders: A Forgotten Alternatives Approach to Mormon History / Patrick Q. Mason
REVIEWS Michael W. Homer. Joseph’s Temples: The Dynamic Relationship between Freemasonry and Mormonism / John L. Brooke Jennifer Ann Mackley. Wilford Woodruff’s Witness of the Development of Temple Doctrine / M. Donald Thomas Sr. Brian C. Hales. Joseph Smith’s Polygamy / Merina Smith