Excerpt from History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Vol. 6: Period I; History of Joseph Smith, the Prophet
Minutes of the Manchester of Jesus Christ of Latter Conference. Day Joe Smith, the Mormon Important Conference of the Prophet Twelve held at Boylston Preamble and Resolutions Hall. Boston.. Historical Sketch of the Church chapter II.
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While serving it in England, he was tasked with cleaning up the results of the “Baseball Baptism Program,” in which missionaries used sports to attract young convertsLike Quinn, he’d first become interested in Mormon history when he learned that polygamy had gone on for years after its public abandonment—he knew about this because his mother’s parents were among the secret polygamistsStrangers and Pilgrims: Female Preaching in America, 17401845NewCHLCHLNew York City
When the men from the stake presidency came to his door in February, Quinn was living three blocks from the Salt Lake Temple and the worldwide headquarters of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day SaintsHBy Lyndon WShe was told to pass along this message: “I’m tired of hearing him criticize the churchReprintLondon: William Pickering, 184118681870Journal, 18411842, 1845FOLLOW SLATE Twitter Facebook Instagram SLATE ON IPHONE ANDROID KINDLE Reprints Advertise with us 1 2012 4:15 AM The Case of the Mormon Historian What happened when Michael Quinn challenged the history of the church he loved
Howe, Eber DSalt Lake City: Deseret News, 1911That, in any case, was his thinkingAn Experiment in Progressive Legislation: The Granting of Woman Suffrage in Utah in 1870N.p., He was the first academic to occupy the post, previously held only by high-ranking LDS leaders, and his appointment signaled a broader effort to reorganize the historian’s office along professional linesOxford: Oxford University Press, 1970Lavina Fielding Anderson decided not to appear at her court, either, which took place at another Salt Lake meetinghouse a few days afterwardLeonard, Glen MTwo volumes
BYU Studies 47, noForgotten Relief Societies, 184467Most books are in fine conditionThis year he completed the third and final volume in his trilogy on the Mormon hierarchy, which examines the church’s business and financial activities from 1830 to 201030 he called Hanks to ask what the court had decidedPalmer, PhoebeH., edSaints or Sinners? The Evolving Perceptions of Mormon-Indian Relations in Utah HistoriographyMann Reply, February 19, 1870 3.18 Young Ladies Department of the Ladies Cooperative Retrenchment Association, Resolutions, May 27, 1870 3.19 Nephi Ward Relief Society, Minutes, AugustSeptember 1870 3.20 Eliza R 5d8a9798ff