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"In order to be in fashion I am called on a mission": : Wilford Woodruff's parting letter to Emma as he joins the "underground."
"The Yellow Ochre Club" : B. F. Larsen and the pioneer trail art tour, 1936, by Noel A. Carmack
"The country with a conscience"
"Work with a purpose" : Alcott's An old-fashioned girl and the American work ethic, Lydia A. Schultz
A Symposium: Problems and opportunities of missionary work in Asia
A dignified transition : emeritus status for apostles, by Dana Haight Cattani
A review and commentary on the prospects of a Mormon/New Christian Right coalition, O. Kendall White, Jr
A strange encounter, the English courts and Mormon polygamy. .
A true story, by Zane Grey
A turbulent coexistence : Duane Hunt, David O. McKay, and a quarter-century of Catholic-Mormon relations, Gregory A. Prince and Gary Topping
Abner Cole and The Reflector : another clue to the timing of the 1830 Book of Mormon printing, Robin Scott Jensen
Adventures of a Mormon history girl, Erin B. Metcalfe
All my endeavors to preserve them : protecting the plates in Palmyra, 22 September-December 1827, Andrew H. Hedges
Ambiguity and the language of authority ..
An interview with Marilyn Warenski / : by Marj Bradley
Are Mormons theists?, A.A. Howsepian
Authenticating Robert Burns, Nicholas Roe
Blue, Cindy Gritton
China and Japan: an analysis of conflict ..
Creationism and intelligent design : scientific and theological difficulties, David H. Bailey
Dancing as an aspect of early Mormon and Utah culture. .
David O. McKay ..
Democracy's "lawless music" : the Whitmanian moment in the U.S. construction of representative literariness, Günter Leypoldt
Die totale mission der Mormonen : Aufstieg und Expansion einer amerikanischen Grosssekte, von Hermann Vogt
Disclaimer, John Sterling Harris
Disorder and early joy ..
Dying as social behavior : Mormon behavior through half a century, Glenn M. Vernon and Charles E. Waddell
Embodied Mormonism : performance, vodou and the LDS faith in Haiti, Jennifer Huss Basquiat
Family life among the Mormons, by a daughter of Brigham Young. .
Family portraits U.S.A., text by Anne Gagnebin; photographys by Art Kane
First, mothers and children : a postscript to "Moving Zion southward, parts I & II", Bradley Walker
From Switzerland to the Colorado River : life sketch of the entrepreneurial Daniel Bonelli, the forgotten pioneer, by Waldo C. Perkins
Getting out: : the muddy river is gone
Glimmers and glitches in Zion
Good literature for a chosen people, Eugene England
Jean Woodman papers
Latter-day Saint missionaries encounter the London Missionary Society in the South Pacific, 1844-1852, Fred E. Woods
Latter-day Saints' schools, by Horace H. Cummings
Leaderlore, Aaron C. Brown
Leaving Egypt, Tyler Chadwick
Location veneration : Independence, Missouri in Latter-day Saint Zionist tradition and thought, Alonzo L. Gaskill
Lyman Wight and the Mormons in Texas ..
Making Robert Burns : the unpublished correspondence of James Currie, Rhona Brown
Making sense of suffering
Mormonism on Vancouver Island: a comment
Mormons and King James
Mormons. : Latter-day bigotry
Nineteenth-century Mormonism as a partial "Asiatic" social formation
Orson Pratt's [An] intereresting account of several remarkable visions : a seminal Scottish imprint in early Mormon history, David J. Whittaker
Panel discussion on J. Reuben Clark, Jr., : November 21, 1972. .
Picturing the Nauvoo Legion / Glen M. Leonard
Polygyny and fertility in nineteenth-century America, James E. Smith and Phillip R. Kunz
Pro-ERA Mormon is only a media martyr
Rebellion of the Lamanites ..
Reflections on Whitman in age, Robert Creeley
Religion and drug use, Ricky D. Hawks, Stephen H. Bahr
Religious discrimination in employment and the churches, James E. Wood, Jr
Ricks College : the struggle for permanency and place, 1954-60, Val G. Hemming
Rocky Mountain geysers
Rural settlement patterns in the San Luis Valley : a comparative study, by Alvar Ward Carlson
Saints, cities, and secularism : religious attitudes and behavior of modern urban Mormons..
Samuel G. Fletcher articles and speeches
Saving their school : the 1933 transfer of Dixie College as an indicator of Utah's changing church and state relationship, by Scott C. Esplin
Send the sound the earth around : the rise of RLDS radio, Judd A. Case
Sense and feeling in Coleridge's conversation poems, Sue Hemming
Stress points in Mormon family culture ..
Study of the outcomes of college education in art in selected colleges in twelve western states, J. Roman Andrus
Thanksgiving turkeys, paradox, and godhood, Laura Summerhays
The "Mormons" in Jackson County
The "foreign element" and the 1903-4 Carbon County coal miners' strike
The 1966 BYU student spy ring, by Gary James Bergera
The Box Elder flouring mill
The Latino-ization of the Mormon Church
The Mormon War
The Nebraska Winter Quarters Company and Florence ..
The end of the Mormon case but not of the questions
The legacy of Lazarus, Jerome L. McElroy
The press on wheels : a history of the Frontier Index of Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, elsewhere?..
The significance of the frontier in American history, by Frederick J. Turner
The site of Fort Robidoux
The text of Burns's Passion's cry
The untold want : representation and transformation echoes of Walt Whitman's Passage to India in Now, voyager
The writer's diary as borderland : the public and private selves of Virginia Woolf, Katherine Mansfield and Louisa May Alcott, Meg Jensen
Two notes on Petronius, Barry Baldwin
Warren Ferris, the Hudson's Bay Company and the rendezvous of 1834, by Scott Walker
Whither Mormon environmental theology?, Jason M. Brown
Why Joseph went into the woods : rootstock for LDS literary nature writers, Patricia Gunter Karamesines
Willard Richards as historian
Wonder city of the wilderness
Worlds without number: the astronomy of Enoch, Abraham, and Moses, R. Grant Athay
Zane Grey rediscovered, Ron Harris ; [photographs courtesy of Loren Grey]
[Book review of] The Church through the years : vol. 1, RLDS beginnings to 1860, reviewed by Davis Bitton
[Book review of] The Mormon concept of God : a philosophical analysis, reviewed by James E. Faulconer
[Congregationalist's missionary work against Mormons] ..
[Review of Arm the children], reviewed by Terrance D. Olson
[Review of Early Mormonism and the magic world view], reviewed by Kenneth G. Godfrey [i.e. Kenneth W. Godfrey]
[Review of] Saints observed : studies of Mormon village life, 1850-2005 and Four classic Mormon village studies, reviewed by Todd L. Goodsell
[Review of] Sublime Physick, reviewed by Darlene Young
"'I cannot refrain from testifying' : Edith Mary Turpin's observations about Mormonism and plural marriage"
". . .Of countries and kingdoms". .
"... income of the Mormon church is $4.7 billion a year"
"A Mormon and still a Jew" : the life of Alexander Neibaur
"A P.O. box and a desire to witness for Jesus" : identity and mission in the Ex-Mormons for Jesus/Saints alive in Jesus, 1975-90
"A Samaritan had passed by" : George Miller--Mormon bishop, trailblazer, and Brigham Young antagonist
"A climate far and fair" : ecumenism and abiding faith
"A continual war, not of arguments, but of bread and cheese" : opening the first LDS mission in Italy, 1849-67
"A continuation of the seeds" : Joseph Smith and spirit birth
"A different mode of life" : irrigation and society in nineteenth-century Utah...
"A feminist challenge : 'Mormons for ERA' as an internal social movement"
"A fine intellectual and spiritual opportunity" : church historian Leonard J. Arrington's 1975 tour of the LDS Church's Asian area general conferences
"A human longing for redress" : contrabands and the language of debt in Louisa May Alcott's Civil War literature
"A kinship of interest" : the Mormon History Association's membership
"A land of lovers and of friends" : Whitman and the O'Connors
"A lion in the path" : genesis of the Utah War, 1857-1858
"A little oasis in the desert" : community building in Hurricane, Utah, 1860-1920
"A love affair with the Heber Valley, U.S.A."
"A love for things that have no feeling" : Dorothy Wordsworth's significant others
"A man of God and a good kind father" : Brigham Young at home
"A man that you could not help likeing" : Joseph Smith and Nauvoo portrayed in a letter by Susannah and George W. Taggart
"A man's a man for a' that" and "Trotz Alledem": : Robert Burns, Ferdinand Freiligrath, and their reception in the German folksong movement
"A matter of love" : My life with Dialogue
"A memorable creation" : the life and art of Effie Marquess Carmack
"A more virtuous man never existed on the footstool of the great Jehovah": : George Miller on Joseph Smith. .
"A mother there": : a survey of historical teachings about Mother in heaven
"A negro preacher" : the words of Elijah Ables
"A new future requires a new past"
"A picturesque and dramatic history" : George Reynolds's Story of the Book of Mormon
"A place among its more successful sisters" : Louisa May Alcott's wayward Moods
"A plea for the horse" : George Q. Cannon's concern for animal welfare in nineteenth-century America
"A prefect estopel" : selling the Nauvoo Temple
"A profound sense of community" : Mormon values in Wallace Stegner's Recapitulation
"A question on my mind" : Robert McCorkle's 1844 letter to Joseph Smith
"A religion of their own" : Louisa May Alcott's new American religion
"A sad and expensive experience" : Ernest L. Wilkinson's 1964 bid for the U.S. Senate
"A savage misogyny"
"A simple, common-sense explanation" : Thomas F. O'Dea and the Book of Mormon
"A song for one still voice" : hymn of affirmation
"A spirt of my own seminal wet" : spermatoid design in Walt Whitman's 1860 Leaves of grass
"A strong and sweet female race" : cultural discourse and gender in Whitman's Leaves of grass
"A style of our own" : modesty and Mormon women, 1951-2008
"A subject that can bear investigation": anguish, faith, and Joseph Smith's youngest plural wife
"A uniformity so complete" : early Mormon angeology
"A weary traveler" : the 1848-50 diary of Zina D. H. Young
"About the worst man in Utah" : William R. Campbell and the crusade against Brigham H. Roberts, 1898-1900
"Act-poems of eyes, hands, hips and bosoms" : women's sexuality in Walt Whitman's Children of Adam
"Affection shall solve every one of the problems of freedom" : Calamus love and the atebellum political crisis
"Against the assault of laughter--nothing" : humor as the means of solving "The Mormon Question"
"Against two things I am fixed as fate."
"All alone and none to cheer me" : the Southern States Mission diary of J. Golden Kimball
"All find what they truly seek" : C. S. Lewis, Latter-day Saints, and the virtuous unbeliever
"All is well. . .": : the story of "the hymn that went around the world". .
"All of us are Ahabs" : "Moby-Dick" in contemporary public discourse
"All things move in order in the city": : The Nauvoo diary of Zina Diantha Huntingdon Jacobs. .
"Almost like us" : the American socialization of Australian converts
"Almost too intolerable a burthen" : the winter exodus from Missouri, 1838-39
"Amusements and recreations...makes our working hours profitable" : Utah 4-H, 1940-1960
"An American enterprise" : an interview with Massimo Introvigne
"An angel or rather the Savior" at the Kirtland Temple dedication
"An exquisite and profound love" : an interview with Andrew Solomon
"An icon of white supremacy"?
"And God said, let there be lights in the firmament of heaven."
"And it came to pass" : the sociopolitical events in the Book of Mormon leading to the eighteenth year of the reign of the judges
"And they shall be one flesh" : sexuality and contemporary Mormonism
"Another and the same" : Willilam Wordsworth's poetry and the children of empire
"Another good man" : Anthony W. Ivins and the defeat of Reed Smoot
"Appreciating a pretty shoulder" : the risqué photographs of Charles Ellis Johnson
"Are you that damned Presbyterian devil?" : the evolution of an anti-Mormon story
"As a bird sings" : Hannah Tapfield King, poetess and pioneer
"As bad as I hated to come" : Lucy Hannah White Flake in Arizona
"As fire shut up in my bones" : Ebenezer Robinson, Don Carlos Smith, and the 1840 edition of the Book of Mormon
"As our two faiths have worked together" : Catholicism and Mormonism on human life ethics and same-sex marriage
"As ugly as evil" and "as wicked as hell" : Gadianton robbers and the legend process among the Mormons
"Astonished each day" : an interview with Richard J van Wagoner, Utah artist
"At their peril" : Utah law and the case of plural wives, 1850-1900
"Banned in Boston" : moral reform politics and the New England Society for the Suppression of Vice
"Bathed in war's perfume" : Whitman and the flag
"Been grazed almost to extinction" : the environment, human action, and Utah flooding, 1900-1940
"Blank misgivings" : infancy in Wordsworth's Ode
"Blessed is the first man baptized in this font" : Reuben McBride, first proxy to be baptized for the dead in the Nauvoo Temple
"Blindside" : Utah on the eve of Brown v. Board of Education
"Book A -Levi Mathers Savage" : the look of Utah in 1873
"Born-free-and-equal" : benign cliche and narrative imperialism in Melville's Mardi
"Brother Joseph is truly a wondeful man, he is all we could wish a prophet to be": : Pre-1844 letters of William Law edited by Lyndon Watson Cook. .
"Build, therefore, your own world" : Ralph Waldo Emerson, Joseph Smith, and American antebellum thought
"Burns and Byron in Scottish, British and European Romanticism" : The Byron Centre, University of Manchester 4-5 December 2010
"But then face to face" : women's issues, Mormon cutlture, and doctrine in eight pregnancy narratives
"Came from yon fountain" : Wordsworth's influence on Victorian educators
"Canada's Brigham Young" : Charles Ora Card, southern Alberta pioneer
"Carry[ing] a Yankee girl to glory" : redefining female authorship in the postbellum United States
"Cast me not off in the time of old age."
"Cavalry crossing a ford" : Walt Whitman's Alabama connection
"Changing times bring changing conditions" : Relief Society, 1960 to the present
"Chanting the square deific" : a study in Whitman's religion
"Cheat the asylum of a victim" : George Albert Smith's 1909-12 breakdown
"Colegios Chilenos de Los Santos de los Últimos Días" : the history of Latter-day Saint schools in Chile
"Come & help build the temple & city" : Parley P. and Orson Pratt's May 1843 letter to John Van Cott
"Cows to milk instead of novels to read" : Brigham Young, novel reading, and kingdom building
"Cut by rainbow" : tales, tellers, and reimagining Wordsworth's pastoral poetics in Toni Morrison's Beloved and A mercy
"Dangerous and suspicous trades" : Wordsworth's pedlar and the board of police revenue
"Daybreak gray and dim" : how the Civil War changed Walt Whitman's poetry
"Dead letters! ... dead men?" : the rhetoric of the office in Melville's "Bartleby, the scrivener"
"Dear Sister Zina...Dear Brother Hugh..."
"Demand nothing but what is strictly right and submit to nothing that is wrong" : Governor Lilburn Boggs, Governor Robert Lucas, and the Honey War of 1839
"Den Gottern gleich ich nicht" : the nature of Faust's salvation
"Diamond cut diamond" : Mormon women and the cult of domesticity in the nineteenth century
"Dinosaur Jim, " Sherlock of bones
"Distressful gift" : talking to the dead
"Diversities of gifts" : the eclectic architecture of early LDS churches
"Do not lecture the brethren" : Stewart L. Udall's pro-civil rights stance, 1967
"Don't let unpopularity scare you!"
"Dr. X's" instant images : one fine day in a field of hay, an Idaho farm boy dreams up electronic television
"El diablo nos está llevando" : Utah Hispanics and the Great Depression
"Electricity for everything" : the Progress Company and the electrification of rural Salt Lake County, 1897-1924
"Entered at Stationers' Hall" : the British copyright registrations for the Book of Mormon in 1841 and the Doctrine and Covenants in 1845
"Epoch in musical history" : the Mormon Tabernacle Choir's first recordings
"Ev'ry heart can feel" : Scottish poetic responses to slavery in the West Indies, from Blair to Burns
"Every book has been read through" : the Brooklyn Saints and Harper's family library
"Every thing is favourable! and God is on our side" : Samuel Brannan and the conquest of California
"Except as a friend": Wallace Stegner among the Mormons
"Faith in schooling : solving the 'Mormon' problem"
"Feme covert" : journey of a metaphor
"Firm and steadfast in the faith" : Patterson O'Banion and the Battle of Crocked River
"Fit though few" : anxiety and ideology in Wordsworth's Excursion quarto
"For all things must fail" : a post-structural approach to the Book of Mormon
"For life, the resurrection, and the life everlasting" : James J. Strang and Strangite Mormon polygamy, 1849-1856
"For this ordinance belongeth to my house" : the practice of baptism for the dead outside the Nauvoo Temple
"Fort Laramie-- halfway to our mountain home" (1847-1868)
"From whaling to armaments to food" : Melville's, Pynchon's, and Wedde's Economies of the Pacific
"Full of courage" : Thomas L. Kane, the Utah War, and BYU's Kane Collection as lodestone
"Getting fou" : antiquarianism and embodied poetics in Robert Burns's "Tam o' Shanter"
"Getting more savage, as I grow older" : a forgotten glimpse of Walt Whitman
"Give her a haggis" : a toast to Robert Burns
"Give me any situation suitable" : the consecrated life of the multitalented Paul A. Schettler
"Give up all and follow your Lord" : testimony and exhortation in early Mormon women's letters, 1831-1839
"God works in mysterious ways"
"God's base of operations": : Mormon variations on the American sense of mission. .
"Good Roads Roberts" and the fight for Utah Highways
"Great Spirit Listen" : The American in Mormon music ..
"Grit enough to stick with it" : stories from Blue Valley
"Guilty of such folly?" : accusations of adultery and polygamy against Oliver Cowdery
"Gull" superstitions ..
"Hard" evidence of ancient American horses
"He is our friend" : Thomas L. Kane and the Mormons in exodus, 1846-1850
"Her favorite playmate" : pleasure and interdependence in Dorothy Wordsworth's "Mary Jones and her pet-lamb
"Here among soldiers in hospital" : an unpublished letter from Walt Whitman to Lucia Jane Russell Brigs
"Here is one man who will not go, dam'um": recruiting the Mormon Battalion in Iowa. .
"Het evangelie van Christus". .
"Hide and seek", children on the underground
"High treason and murder": : the examination of Mormon prisoners at Richmond, Missouri, in November 1838
"His secret is with the righteous" : instructional wisdom in the Book of Mormon
"Home itself put into song" : music as metaphorical community
"Hope and keep busy" : the Alcott family at Orchard House
"I Owe My Soul" : an architectural and social history of Kenilworth, Utah
"I am an American woman" : Charlotte Ives Cobb Godbe Kirby
"I am not and never have been a polygamist" : Reed Smoot's speech before the United States Senate, February 19, 1907
"I am unable..."
"I bequeath myself to the dirt to grow from the grass I love" : the Whitman-Cather connection in O pioneers!
"I call it, 'he gets it both ways'"
"I cannot tell" : Wordsworth's gagging acts
"I care nothing for politics" : Ruth May Fox, forgotten suffragist
"I consider the proper authority rests among the Mormons" : Oran Brownson to Orestes Brownson on Oran's conversion to Mormonism
"I dreamed of ketching fish" : the outdoor life of Wilford Woodruff
"I had arrived at perfection" : the lost canyons of the Green River
"I had to fight"
"I have given myself to the Devil" : Thomas L. Kane and the culture of honor
"I have sinned against heaven, and am unworthy of your confidence, but I cannot live without a reconciliation": : Thomas B. Marsh returns to the Church. .
"I have six wives",
"I have struck it rich at last" : Charles Goodman, traveling photographer
"I know if I don't bear my testimony, I'll lose it" : why Mormon women bother to speak at all
"I long to breathe the mountain air of Zion's peaceful home" : Agnes O'Neal's letter to Brigham Young from war-torn Virginia
"I love all men who dive" : Herman Melville and Joseph Smith
"I roll the burthen and responsibility of leading this church off from my shoulders on to yours" : the 1844/1845 declaration of the Quorum of the Twelve regarding apostolic succession
"I see around me things which you cannot see" : William Wordsworth and the historical ecology of human passion
"I shall be beloved -- I want no more" : Dorothy Wordsworth's rhetoric and the appeal to feeling in The Grasmere journals
"I want to have your name live with the Saints to all eternity" : Thomas L. Kane in Mormon memory
"I was now living in a new world" : Frederick Douglass, Herman Melville, and New Bedford's cosmopolitan locality
"I will see you again": : a promise--and a presence-- to celebrate at Christmastime. .
"I will sing to the Lord" : women's songs in the scriptures
"I'd rather b..."
"I'd rather have some roasting ears" : the peregrinations of George Armstrong Hicks
"I'm here for the cash" : Max Florence and the great Mormon Temple
"If man will strike" : Moby-Dick and the letter of the law
"If only I shall have the right stuff" : Utah women in World War I
"Il mito americano" and masculinities of the Fascist era
"In & through the roughefist country it has ever been my lot to travel" : Jacob Hamblin's 1848 expedition across the Colorado
"In deed and in word" : the anti-apartheid movement at the University of Utah, 1978-1987
"In defence of God's people if need bee": Brigham Young Hampton
"In honorable remembrance": : Thomas L. Kane's services to the Mormons. .
"In order to be in fashion I am called on a mission": : Wilford Woodruff's parting letter to Emma as he joins the "underground."
"In the heavens, are parents single?" : Report no. 1 ..
"In the transcendental emporium" : Bronson Alcott's "Orphic sayings" in the Dial
"In the weird and wooly west" : anti-suffrage women, gender issues, and woman suffrage in the west
"Initiates of Isis now, come, enter into the temple!" : Masonic and Enlightenment thought in The magic flute
"Intelligence and Affection" from Writings of Parley P. Pratt ..
"Is Mormonism Christian" : reflections on a complicated question
"Is not this of God?": : An 1847 proposal for Mormon settlement.
"Is there any way to escape these difficulties?"..
"It is thought they will be shot on the grounds" : a letter from Missourian Josiah Hendrick during the Mormon-Missouri conflict
"It is time we do something radical" : the Union Party in Utah
"It seems like heaven began on earth": : Joseph Smith and the constitution of the Kingdom of God. .
"It seems that all nature mourns" : Sally Randall's response to the murder of Joseph and Hyrum Smith
"It was awful in its majesty" : Mary Ann Burnham Freeze's 1892 mission to San Juan
"It was very warm and smelt very bad" : warm springs and the first bath house in Salt Lake City
"Just like the mountains of Tennessee and Virginia" : LDS soldiers in Siberia, 1918-19
"La voz de los otros" : an overview of the life and career of Eliud "Pete" Suazo, Utah's first Hispanic state senator, 1951-2001
"Lamanites" and the spirit of the Lord ..
"Latter-day" reflections ..
"Law and Friend and that's the end."
"Lawyers of their own to defend them" : the legal career of Franklin Snyder Richards
"Leftward march" : student liberalism at the Utah State Agricultural College
"Les voyageurs sans trace" : the DeColmont-DeSeyne kayak party of 1938
"Let the truth heal" : the making of Nobody knows : the untold story of black Mormons
"Let's awa' to Rosslyn Castle"
"Lightning out of heaven" : Joseph Smith and the forging of community
"Like a Mormon on a mission, I go from door to door ..."
"Line upon line, precept upon precept" : reflections on the 1877 commencement of the performance of endowments and sealings for the dead
"Living the principle" of plural marriage : Mormon women, Utopia, and female sexuality in the nineteenth century
"Lonely bones" : leadership and Utah War violence
"Long shall his blood...stain Illinois" : Carthage Jail in Mormon memory
"Lord, to whom shall we go?" : the challenges of discipleship and church membership
"Many great and notable cities were sunk" : liquefaction in the Book of Mormon
"Many mansions" : the dynamics of dissent in the nineteenth-century Reorganized Church
"Many wanted to know which was Mr. Bigler" : Henry Bigler's account of the 1898 California golden jubilee
"May we shoulder it together . . . "
"Melancholy News", Utah's first fatal passenger train collision
"Miles to go before I sleep"
"Mirrors of the gigantic shadows of futurity" : Wordsworth and Shelley
"Mlancholy News", Utah's first fatal passenger train collision
"Mormon placement" : The effects of missionary foster families on Navajo adolescents ..
"Mormonism" by its head : What it has done--what it is doing--what it aims to do..
"Mormons at Mormon Dairy" : Mormon Lake, Arizona Territory, 1887
"Mormons, Diseases and the C.D.C."
"My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?" : Psalm 22 and the mission of Christ
"My dear friend" : the friendship and correspondence of Brigham Young and Thomas L. Kane
"My dear sister" : letters between Joseph E. Smith and hist sister, Martha Ann Smith Harris (1854-1916)
"My faith grew all over again!"
"My principality on earth began" : millennialism and the celestial kingdom in the development of Mormon doctrine
"My room seems a ship's cabin" : popularizing the non-popular at Herman Melville's Arrowhead
"Myself . . . I consecrate to the God of heaven" : twenty affidavitd of consecration in Nauvoo, June-July 1842
"Nae hottentots" : Thomas Blacklock, Robert Burns, and the Scottish vernacular revival
"Neat" as a word of approbation
"Negro-driver" or "illustrious exile" : revisiting Illustrious exile: journal of my sojourn in the West Indies
"Never have I showed myself unto man" : a suggestion for understanding Ether 3:15a
"Nine children were born": : A historical problem from the Sugar Creek episode. .
"No dumb Ireland" : Robert Burns and Irish cultural nationalism in the nineteenth century
"No man's land" : the place of Latter-day Saints in the culture war
"No more Mormons on the dole" : church to support all of flock on relief with tithing system ..
"No more strangers and foreigners"
"No more strangers and foreigners": the dual focus of the LDS Church Language Program for Scandinavian immigrants, 1850-1935
"No place on earth, can ever be a solitude" : Lyrical ballads, Hartleism, and a world of places
"No place to pitch their teepees" : Shoshone adaptation to Mormon settlers in Cache Valley, 1855-70
"No true religion without true science" : science and the construciton of Mormon whiteness
"Nobel American motherhood" : Whitman, women and the ideal democracy
"Nothing good comes without sacrifice"
"O Lord, my God"
"O leave novels" : Jane Austen, Sir Charles Grandison, Sir Edward Denham, and Rob Mossgiel
"O my father" : the musical settings
"O so loth to depart!" : Whitman's reluctance to conclude
"Of benefit and interest to the children of Salt Lake City" : the Tracy Aviary
"Of whole nations being born in one day" : marriage, money and magic in the Mormon cosmos, 1830-1840
"Oh, mammoth structure!" : Rufus Hatch, the National Hotel, and the grand opening of Yellowstone in 1883
"Old 42" :the British and European mission headquarters in Liverpool, England, 1855-1904
"One long funeral march" : a revisionist's view of the Mormon handcart disasters
"One of the bitterest fights in Provo history" : the controversies over Provo's Union Depot
"One of the great moments of the history of the Church" : the construction of the first chapel in the Chinese realm
"One vast 'contiguity of waste'" : documents from an early attempt to expand the Mormon kingdom into the Uinta Basin, 1861
"Only bullets talk now:" Tse-ne-gat, Polk, and the 1915 fight in Bluff
"Our Tone" : Tony Lazzeri's baseball career in Salt Lake City, 1922-1925 / | y John Sillito
"Our only truly national poets" : blackface minstelsy and cultural nationalism
"Our religion is not hostile to real science" : evolution, eugenics, and race/religion-making in Mormonism's first century
"Out of the mists of memory" : remembering Joseph Smith in Vermont
"Outbidding at the start the old cautious hucksters" : promotional discourse and Whitman's "free" verse
"Overwhelmingly democratic" : cultural identity in Jackson County, Missouri, 1827-1833
"Places that can be easily defended" : a case study in the economics of abandonment during Utah's Black Hawk War
"Play ball!" : Lord Clarendon on deck
"Play it again, Sam" : the remarkable "prophecy" of Samuel Lutz, alias Christophilus Gratianus, reconsidered
"Playing the whore" : the domestic and sexual politics of Mormon missionary work on Tahiti Nui and in the Tuamotus
"Plenty good room" in Relief Society
"Poems so materially different" : eighteenth-century literary property and Wordsworth's mechanisms of proprietary authorship in the 1800 Lyrical ballads
"Practically free from the taint of the bootlegger" : a closer look at prohibition in southeastern Utah
"Prepared to abide the penalty" : latter-day saints and civil disobedience
"Pronounced clean, comfortable, and good looking" : the passage of Mormon immigrants through the port of Philadelphia
"Protect right to work" :
"Proud as a peacock and ignorant as a jackass" : William W. Drummond's unusual career with the Mormons
"Provoking the brethren to good works" : Susa Young Gates, the Relief Society, and genealogy / | James B. Allen and Jessie L. Embry
"Pursue, retake & punish" : the 1857 Santa Clara ambush
"Questions at the veil"
"Rags! Rags!! Rags!!!" : beginnings of the paper industry in the Salt Lake Valley, 1849-58
"Read this I pray thee" : Martin Harris and the three wise men of the east
"Reasoning sufficient" : Joseph Smith, Thomas Dick, and the context(s) of early Mormonism
"Recent psychic evidence" : the visit of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to Utah in 1923
"Reconstruction is still in abeyance" : Walt Whitman's democratic vistas and the federalizing of national identiy
"Redeemed from the curse placed upon her" : dialogic discourse on Eve in the Woman's Exponent
"Redeeming" the Indian : the enslavement of Indian children in New Mexico and Utah
"Regular irregular ... dashing waters" : navigating the stream of consciousness in Wordsworth's "The Grasmere Journals"
"Restless explorations" : Whitman's evolving spiritual vision in Leaves of grass
"Rising above principle" : Ezra Taft Benson as U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, 1953-61, Part 1
"Saerasmid, " an early promoter of Walt Whitman
"Saved or damned" : tracing a persistent protestantism in early Mormon thought
"Saving Christianity" : the Nephite fulfillment of Jesus's eschatological prophecies
"Saviors on Mount Zion" : Mormon sacramentalism, mortality, and the baptism for the dead
"Say, what is honor?" : Wordsworth and the value of honor
"Scented herbage of my breast" : Whitman's chest hair and the frontispiece to the 1860 edition of Leaves of grass
"Securing" the prophet's copyright in the Book of Mormon : historical and legal context for the so-called Canadian copyright revelation
"Seduced away" : early Mormon documents in Australia
"Shadowy figures about whom little is known" : artists of the Simpson Expedition, 1858-59
"Shake off the dust of thy feet" : the rise and fall of Mormon ritual cursing
"Silence, ye fiends of the infernal pit!" : Joseph Smith's incarceration in Richmond, Missouri, November 1838
"Sisterhood and sociability" : the Utah Women's Press Club, 1891-1928
"Sisters at the bar" : Utah women in law
"Smoot smites smut" : Apostle-Senator Reed Smoot's 1930 campaign agains obscene books
"Snake": a moment of consciousness
"Some chairs for my family" : furniture in nineteenth-century Cache Valley
"Some men ride on such space" : Olson's Call me Ishmael, the Melville revival, and the American baroque
"Some savage tribe": : race, legal violence, and the Mormon War of 1838
"Something peculiar" in Concord
"Song of myself" as Whitman's American Bible
"Spaces that before were blank" : truth and narrative form in Melville's South Seas cartography
"Spinsters for ever!" : girls abroad in Louisa May Alcott's travelogues
"Spiritualized recreation" : LDS all church athletic tournaments, 1950-1971
"Spirituous consolation" : Alcott's jokes on drinking and religion
"Sport of transmutations" : the evolution of Wordsworth's "To Lycoris"
"Standing where your heroes stood" : using historical tourism to create American and religious identities
"Strains which will not soon be allowed to die. . ."
"Strange ramblings" : the ideal and practice of sermons in early Mormonism
"Strangers and pilgrims" : the challenge of the real
"Strangers in a strange land" : assessing the experience of Latter-day Saint expatriate families
"Strangle the singers who will not sing you loud and strong" : Ralph Waldo Emerson, Walt Whitman, and the idea of a literary culture
"Success" and the body of Christ
"Such verses for my body let us write" : Civil War son, sentimentalism, and Whitman's Drum-taps
"Surely this city is bound to shine" : descriptions of Salt Lake City by western-bound emigrants, 1849-1868
"Take no thought"
"Taking a different view of the translation" : the illumniation of alternate meanings in the translation of Bible passages by Joseph Smith and Meister Eckhart
"Tempered for glory" : Brigham Young's cosmological theodicity
"Temple pro tempore" : the Salt Lake City Endowment House
"Ten wives is all you need" : Artemus, Twain and the Mormons -- again
"Tender and chaste and delicate" feelings are pleasing to the Lord
"Texas has its own view of polygamists" : the Texas FLDS raids and trials
"That cursed tax of postage" : Robert Burns and the postal service
"That is the handwriting of Abraham."
"That most important of all books" : a printing history of the Book of Mormon
"That their days may be long..."
"That they may secure it and hold it forever" : Bluff's revival, 1885-1886
"That they might rest where the ashes of the Latter-day Saints reposed" : the Far West, Missouri, burial ground
"That towering bulge of pure white" : Whitman, Melville, the capitol dome, and Black America
"That which surpasses all understanding" : the limitations of human thought
"The Goliath of their cause" : the B. H. Roberts and William Jarman debates in England, 1887-1888
"The Lamanites shall blossom as the rose" : the Indian Student Placement Program, Mormon whiteness, and indigenous identity
"The Lord, God of israel, brought us out of Mexico!" : Junius Romney and the 1912 Mormon exodus
"The Mormon cowboy" : an Arizona cowboy song and its community
"The Mormon problem" ..
"The Mormons are coming" ..
"The Saints" and Fort San Bernardino ..
"The Spirit of the place" : the Clifford family and the Joseph Smith Memorial Farm
"The Yellow Ochre Club" : B. F. Larsen and the pioneer trail art tour, 1936
"The assault of laughter" : the comic attack on Mormon polygamy in popular literature
"The best of its kind and grade" : : rebuilding the Sanpete Valley, 1890-1910
"The best side of a case of crime" : George Lippard, Walt Whitman, and antebellum police reports
"The birds swim through the air at top speed" : kinetic identification in Keats, Whitman, Stevens, and Dickinson (Notes toward a poetics)
"The blood of every beast" : Mormonism and the question of the animal
"The boss of white slaves" : R. Bruce Johnson and African American political power in Utah at the turn of the twentieth century
"The canary and the nightingale": performance and virtue in Eight cousins and Rose in bloom
"The country with a conscience"
"The day not to be forgotten" : how I learned what happened in Tian'anmen Square
"The dearest laborers" : pilgrims on the lightning road to Zion
"The diploma pedler" : Dr. John Cook Bennett and the Christian College, New Albany, Indiana
"The doctors in this region don't know much" : medicine and obstetrics in Mormon Nauvoo
"The evangel-poem of comrades and of love" : revising Whitman's republicanism
"The ever-changing nature of the sea" : Whitman's absorption of Maximilian Schele de Vere
"The finest kind of lady" : hegemonic femininity in American women's Civil War narratives
"The general practice of the nation" : Walt Whitman, language, and computerized search in the nineteenth-century archive
"The goose hangs high": : excerpts from the letters of Martha Hughes Cannon
"The grand, fundamental principle" : Joseph Smith and the virtue of friendship
"The grandest principle of the gospel" : Christian nihilism, sanctified activism, and eternal progression
"The great world of the spirits of the dead" : death, the Great War, and the 1918 influenza pandemic as context for Doctrine and Covenants 138
"The gypsies are coming! The gypsies are coming!"
"The highest class of adulterers and whoremongers" : plural marriage, the Church of Jesus Christ (Cutlerite), and the construction of memory
"The image of Scotland which we cherish in our hearts" : Burns anniversary celebrations in colonial Otago
"The language of my former heart" : Wordsworth, Bakhtin, and the diachronic dialogue
"The language of nature" : music as historical crucible for the methodology of folkloristics
"The little head stones became monuments" : death in the early Samoan Mission and creation of the Fagali'i Cemetery
"The living oracles" : legal interpretation and Mormon thought
"The mantle is far, far greater than the intellect". .
"The modern Mormon kingdom" : Frank J. Cannon's national campaign against Mromonism, 1910-18
"The moste desert lukking plase I ever saw, amen!" The "failed" 1873 Arizona Mission to the Little Colorado River
"The mountain bound vallies", two letters by a traveler of 1859
"The murderous pain of living" : thoughts on the death of Everett Ruess
"The other" in the limelight : one perspective on the publicity surrounding the new LDS temple in Finland
"The power of combination" : Emmeline B. Wells and the national and international councils of women
"The queen of inventions" : the sewing machine comes to Utah
"The redemption of Zion must needs come by power" : insights into the Camp of Israel Expedition, 1834
"The right sort to bring to the city" : Jack Johnson, boxing, and boosterism in Salt Lake City
"The scriptures is a fulfilling" : Sally Parker's weave
"The season of Eric" at Plan-B Theatre : a milestone in Mormon drama
"The seventh angel woke me" : Adah Isaacs Menken and the return of Israelite prophecy
"The sword of my indignation" : John Whitmer's Genesis manuscript and 1861 revelation
"The testimony of men": William E. McLellin and the Book of Mormon witnesses
"The tongue of angels" : glossolalia among Mormonism's founders
"The truth is the most important thing" : the new Mormon history according to Mark Hofmann
"The upper room" : the nature and development of Latter-day Saint temple work, 1846-55
"The vanishing hitchhiker" among the Mormons ..
"The vision that you have...augurs well for the development of still better things" : the role of accreditation in securing the future of Brigham Young University, 1921-1928
"The wars and the perplexities of the nations" : reflections on early Mormonism, violence, and the state
"Their graves are green" : conservation in Wordsworth's epitaphic ballads
"There is always a struggle" : an interview with Chieko N. Okazaki
"There is always something you can do" : a conversation with Claudia Bushman
"There is no law in Georgia for Mormons" : the Joseph Standing murder case of 1879
"There is room for both" : Mormon cinema and the paradoxes of Mormon culture
"There is the greatest excitement in this country that I ever beheld" : Mormonism's New England ministry of the forgotten Eli P. Maginn
"These bloomin' salt beds" : racing on the Bonneville Salt Flats
"These licentious days" : dancing among the Mormons ..
"They answered him aloud" : popular voice and nationalist allegiances in Herman Melville's Battle-pieces
"They do things differently there": understanding a polygamous "foreign country"
"They made haste slowly" : Presbyterian mission schools and southwestern pluralism, 1870-1900
"They might have known that he was not a fallen prophet"- : The Nauvoo journal of Joseph Fielding.
"They shall be made whole" : a history of baptism for health
"Things change, Jo" : reflections on twenty years in children's literature (The 2003 Francelia Butler Lecture)
"This great thing which has come to me a humble, weak farmer boy" : Ezra Taft Benson's 1943 call to the apostleship
"This institution is a good one" : the female relief society of Nauvoo, 17 March 1842 to 16 March 1844
"This is a new day" : a look back in anticipation of the future in writing Mormon history
"This is my testimony, spoken by myself into a talking machine" : Wilford Woodruff's 1897 statement in stereo
"This is the Place" : myth and Mormondom ..
"This is the place" : and it became Utah
"This is the place" monument ..
"This is very historic" : the Young Ambassadors 1979 tour of China
"Those good peas". The Morgan Canning Company in Smithfield, Utah
"Those shadowy recollection" : the role of children and recollection in W. B. Yeats's "Among school children" and William Wordsworth's "Immortality ode"
"Thou shalt not be cozened" : incest, self-reliance, and the portioning of gendered bodies in the works of Herman Melville
"Thy mind, o man, must stretch"
"Till I hit upon a name" : "Calamus" and the language of love
"To Paris with my love" : Whitman among the French revisited
"To dress it and to keep it" : towards a Mormon theology of work
"To elevate the red man" : the Episcopal Church's Native American policy in Utah
"To lie in yonder tomb" : the tomb and burial of Joseph Smith
"To meet a rebellion" - the Mormon Confrontation
"To set in order the house of God" : the search for the elusive "one mighty and strong"
"Tomorrow shall be my dancing day"
"Tongues turn'd inside out" : the reception of "Tam o' Shanter"
"Too much noise in that bunch across the river" : Ba'álílee and the 1907 Aneth brawl
"Transcendental wild oats" or the cost of an idea
"True to my own convictions" : a conversation with Carol Cornwall Madsen
"Tryed and purified as gold" : Mormon women's "lives"
"Twenty years ago today" : David O. McKay's heart petals revisited
"Uncle Spencer" : 1944-1985
"Unquestionably authentic and correct in every detail" : probing John I. Ginn and his remarkable Utah War story
"Until dissolved by consent . . ." : the Western River Guides Association
"Unto the least of these" : another gender gap
"Upon a lot not far from the courthouse" : a photographic history of the temple lot in Independence, Jackson County, Missouri
"Utah has not seceded" : a footnote to local history
"Utah takes a holiday" : an interview with Paul Swenson ..
"War and confusion in Babylon" : Mormon reaction to German unification, 1864-80
"Wars and rumor of wars" : United Kingdom Latter-day Saints and the Crimean War, 1853-1856
"Was it for sins that we have done this" : two grave marker poems by John D. Lee
"Wasn't she a lesbian?" : teaching homoerotic themes in Dickinson and Whitman
"We are two" : the address to Dorothy in "Tinturn Abbey"
"We believe in the gift of tongues" : the 1906 Pentocostal revolution and its effects on the LDS use of the gift of tongues in the twentieth century
"We fathom you not -- we love you" : Walt Whitman's social ontology and radical democracy
"We feel very proud of our Relief Society building" : the history of the Newcastle, Utah, Ward Relief Society Hall, 1920-1970
"We had a very hard voyage for the season": : John Moon's account of the first emigrant company of British Saints. .
"We had everything to procure from Missouri" : the Missouri lifeline to the Mormon Exodus, 1846-1850
"We have ever regarded Mr. Harris as an honest man" : an erroneous death report and obituary of Martin Harris
"We have prophetesses" : Mormonism in Ghana, 1964-79
"We know no north, no south, no east, no west" : interpretations of the Civil War, 1861-1865
"We navigated by pure understanding" : Bishop George T. Sevey' s account of the 1912 Exodus from Mexico
"We'll sing and we'll shout" : who is the real W. W. Phelps?
"Weak-kneed republicans and socialist democrats" : Ezra Taft Benson as U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, 1953-61, Part 2
"What a filthy presidentiad!" : Clinton's Whitman, Bush's Whitman, and Whitman's America
"What a power we will be in this land" : the LDS Church, the Church Security Program, and the New Deal
"What crime have I been guilty of?" : Edward Partridge's letter to an estranged sister. .
"What e'er thou art, act well thy part" : John Allan's Albany Crescent Stone
"What has become of our fathers?" : baptism for the dead at Nauvoo
"What has happened is incredible"
"What is it about this place?" : Truman Madsen, religious education, and the mission of BYU
"What shall it profit a man." : a forcible appeal to true Americans. An editorial from the Inter-Mountain Republican, published in Salt Lake City, Monday, Dec. 31, 1906. The writer is a non-Mormon but is evidently well-versed on Utah subjects
"What virtue there is in stone" : and other pungent talk on the early Utah frontier
"Where can we find God?" : the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, March 5, 1995
"Whether is fled the visionary gleam?" : Wordsworth and consumption in Splendor in the grass
"Who shall sing if not the children?" : Primary songbooks, 1880-1989
"Who's in charge here?" : Utah Expedition command ambiguity
"Wholesome, hallowed, and gracious" : confronting the winter's night
"Why should I wish for words?" : literacy, articulation, and the borders of literary culture
"Will the murderers by hung?" : Albert Brown's 1844 letter and the martyrdom of Joseph Smith
"Wir wurden zur Minderheit in unserer stadt"
"Wir wûrden zur Minderheit in unserer Stadt"
"Wisdom" (philosophy) in the Holy Bible. .
"With God's assistance I will someday be an artist" : John B. Fairbanks's account of the Paris art mission
"With all diligence of mind"
"With reverence and care!"
"With the voice together shall they sing"
"Without a cause" and "ships of Tarshish" : a possible contemporary source for two unexplained readings from Joseph Smith
"Witnessing for Christ" : The Hill Cumorah Pageant of Palmyra, New York
"Witnessing for Christ" : the Hill Cumorah Pageant of Palmyra, New York
"Women and poets see the truth arrive" : Muriel Rukeyser and Walt Whitman
"Wooden beds for wooden heads" : railroad tie cutting in the Uinta Mountains, 1867-1938
"Wordsworth's London : the imperial monster
"Work with a purpose" : Alcott's An old-fashioned girl and the American work ethic
"Would that all God's people were prophets" : Mormonism and the new shape of global Christianity
"Written by Walt Whitman, a friend" : three letters from soldiers
"Ye cannot swerve me" : ancient atomic theory and Melville's Moby-Dick
"Ye shall see the Heavens open" : portrayal of the divine and the angelic in Latter-day Saint art
"You can make your own bright future, Tom Trails" : evaluating the impact of the LDS Indian seminary program
"You nasty apostates, clear out" : reasons for disaffection in the late 1850s
"Zachary Taylor is dead and in hell and I am glad of it!" : the political intrigues of Almon Babbitt
"Zion" redeemed ..
$5 billion and 50 grandchildren : not even a $5 billion company can accommodate 59 offspring and two major partners. So Jon Huntsman plans taking his big chemical empire public in a few years
'Always articulating these preludes' : landscape, Wordsworth, 'A wave' and after
'An individual flowering on a common stem' : melody, performance, and national song
'Angels' in Utah : at Salt Lake Acting Company, Kushner's Mormon characters have special resonance
'Burns and beyond' : a one day conference hosted by the Centre for Robert Burns Studies, University Glasgow, 15 January 2011
'Caliban casts out Ariel' : Ezra Pound's Victorian barbarian
'Clear as glass, reflecting all things' : Dorothy Wordsworth's life and letters reconsidered
'Course corrections' : some personal reflections
'Do not execute Chief Pocatello': President Lincoln acts to save the Shoshoni Chief
'Eligible to burst forth' : Whitman and the art of reticence
'Long life to thy fame and peace to thy soul' : Walter Scott's collection of Robert Burns's books and manuscripts
'Lotu Mamona' The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints
'Mirror with a memory' : theories of light and preternatural negatives in Herman Melville's Moby-Dick
'Mormons' mark 75th anniversary
'N besoek aan 'n Mormoonse universiteit ..
'No common corrobery' : the Robert Burns festivals and identity politics in Melbourne, 1845-59
'No more than as an atom 'mid the vast profound' : conceptions of time in the poetry of William Cowper, William Wordsworth, and Ann Yearsley
'Recess' in Utah ..
'Saved from the sordid axe' : representation and understanding of pine trees by English visitors to Italy in the eighteenth and nineteenth century
'Still the reckless change we mourn' : Wordsworth and the circulation of grief
'Taint so, McGee
'The common continent of men'? : Die Pequod und ihre Crew als Verhandlungsraum von ,Welt' in Melvilles Moby-Dick, Or, The Whale
'The enigmatical beauty of each beautiful enigma' : the persistence of beauty and death in the poetics of Walt Whitman and Wallace Stevens
'The pith o' sense, and pride o' worth' : Robert Burns and the Glasgow magazine (1795)
'The young and tender transplanted to strengthen" : Mormon emigrants from the British Isles
'What was become of Mr Burns' children' : Jean Armour's 1804 letter to Maria Riddell, a New York junk shop, and serendipity
'With Bewick, I was then happy'
'Without being Walt Whitman' : Vicente Huidobro, Whitman, and the poetics of sight
(Dorothy Wordsworth) : weeding, sowing, stucking, walking
(Re)interpreting early Mormon thought : synthesizing Joseph Smith's theology and the process of religious formation
1 and 2 Nephi : an inspiring whole
100 years of organs in the Mormon Tabernacle ..
12-county, $41 million plan to solve water needs outlined
125 years of conspiracy theories : origins of the Utah Expedition of 1857 - 58
150 years of Utah archaeology
1846 : the way we were--and the way we went
1853 Mormon immigrants who camped in Keokuk
1943 Victory Theater fire ignites Salt Lake City firestorm
1955-- : from Utah: | Mrs. Lavina Christensen Fugal
1955-- : from Utah: | Mrs. Lavina Christensen Fugal
1970 elections in Utah
4 Republicans on the way up: : George W. Romney of Michigan
5000 dance students : BYU's remarkable department
7 keys to Mormonism ..
900 toil in Mormon pageant ..
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:[News releases on the Mormons, chiefly on the martyrdom of Joseph and Hyrum Smith and its aftermath]
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A "goodly heritage" in a time of transformation : history and identity in the Community of Christ
A "salamander" murder case
A "tiny ripple" : the growth of Heber City and the Wasatch Wave, 1889-1920
A "truly eventful life": : writing the autobiography of Parley P. Pratt
A "visitable past" : Virginia Sorensen's Sanpete
A 1945 perspective
A BYU for Zion. .
A Basket of chips: An autobiography by James Taylor Harwood, introduction and notes by Robert S. Olpin.[Book Review]
A Book of Mormon studies prospective
A Brigham Young letter to George Q. Cannon, 1859
A Christian missionary to Mormons : The Rev. William Mitchell Paden, D. D., of Salt Lake City..
A Church service in Soviet Russia. .
A Declaration to the World
A Godlike potential
A Jesuit interpretation of mid-nineteenth-century America : "Mormonism in connection with modern Protestantism"
A Jew among Mormons
A Joseph Smith for the twenty-first century
A Journal of Book of Mormon studies retrospective : twenty-five years of scholarship
A Latter Day Saint
A Latter-day Saint colloquium on the Gospel of Judas : media and mesasge
A Latter-day Saint in Hitler's SS : the true story of a Mormon youth who joined and defected from the infamous SchutzStaffel
A Layman abroad-how he works
A Macrosimulation approach to the investigation of natural fertility
A Methodist minister's defense of Mormonism
A Methodist minister's view of Mormonism. .
A Miramichi shipbuilder and Mormon pioneers
A Modern Acts of the Apostles, 1840 : Mormon literature in the making
A Mormon "widow" in Colorado : the exile of Emily Wells Grant
A Mormon Bigfoot : David Patten's Cain and the conception of evil in LDS folklore
A Mormon Midrash? : LDS creation narratives reconsidered
A Mormon and a Buddhist debate plural marriage : the letters of Elder Alma O. Taylor and the Reverend Nishijima Kakuryo, 1901
A Mormon apostle visits the Umatilla and Nez Perce in 1885
A Mormon approach to politics
A Mormon audience ..
A Mormon bride in the great migration ..
A Mormon centenary
A Mormon classic : a review of Where nothing is long ago : memories of a Mormon childhood, Virginia Sorensen . . .
A Mormon connection? : The defeat of the ERA in Nevada ..
A Mormon evolutionist and the wild God's grace
A Mormon fundamentalist tells his story : why I have five wives
A Mormon law student's letter to a preacher, 1908
A Mormon missionary in Essex
A Mormon mother
A Mormon out of misunderstanding?
A Mormon pac? : The Freeman Institute
A Mormon plan for an island kingdom of God
A Mormon president? : the LDS difference
A Mormon prophecy
A Mormon prophecy ..
A Mormon rebel fights for ERA. .
A Mormon replies to Concerned Christians
A Mormon shepherd with three flocks. .
A Mormon temple in the American rural tradition
A Mormon transition in Idaho politics
A Mormon view of life
A Negro among the Mormons ..
A Reorganized Church perspective
A Rocky Mountain Book Store, Savage and Ottinger of Utah
A Rocky Mountain book store ..
A Shaker view of a Mormon mission. .
A Symposium: Problems and opportunities of missionary work in Asia
A Utahn abroad : Parley P. Christensen's world tour, 1921-23
A Utahn at Utah Beach-- June 6, 1944
A Utopian kingdom in the American grain
A Virginian in Utah chooses the Union : Col. Philip St. George Cooke in 1861
A Visit to the Mormons
A Voice from the past : the Benson instructions for parents
A Warsaw mystery
A bear and a bandit
A biblical sonnet to Rachel
A bibliography of Mormon reprints ..
A bibliography of studies in Mormon folklore
A bibliography of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in New York, Ohio, and Missouri
A bibliography of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in New York, Ohio, and Missouri. .
A bicentennial salute to American cities : Salt Lake City : planning for the future boom ..
A biography of Ezra Thompson Clark by Annie Clark Tanner [Book review]
A biography of Ezra Thompson Clark, by Annie Clark Tanner [Book Review]
A black Mormon perspective. Book review of It's you and me, Lord / : y Alan Gerald Cherry
A black woman in a white man's church : Amy E. Robbins and the Reorganization
A bluestocking in Zion : the literary life of Emmeline B. Wells ..
A book of Joseph : Bible backstories for a seer's life
A borderlander comes out, Part II
A brief history of the Smith family Nauvoo cemetery
A brisker status quo
A bundle of rights
A camping trip to the Yellowstone National Park
A canyon called Paria
A case for same-sex marriage : reply to Randolph Muhlestein
A case study of a Danish-American artist : C.C.A. Christensen
A cavern for eternity : American Oil products are providing the energy for a unique vault being pushed into a mountainside near Salt Lake City
A celebration of Walt Whitman
A celebration of sisterhood
A century of Mormonism,
A charmed life
A child's eye
A christian natural theology, by John B. Cobb, Jr. [Book Review]
A chronology of Mozart and his times
A chronology of the life of Joseph Smith
A church in the news; story of Mormon success. .
A church that won't compromise : Mormons use harsh measures on malcontents
A citizen for all seasons : still going strong at 88, consumer advocate Esther Peterson encourages the dispirited to "get off their fannies and do something" about the state of American democracy
A city of Saints
A close-up of polygamy. .
A closer focus : challenges in doing local history
A cohort study of cancer incidence in Mormon families exposed to nuclear fallout versus an area-based study of cancer deaths in whites in southwestern Utah
A comment on Joseph Smith's account of his first vision and the 1820 revival
A common soldier at Camp Douglas, 1866-68
A community abandoned : W.W. Phelps' 1839 letter to Sally Waterman Phelps from Far West, Missouri
A community of abundance
A community of heart
A comparative study of the role of values in social action in two southwestern communities,
A comparison of bereavement adjustments between Mormon and non-Mormon older adults
A comprehensive evaluation of family history and breast cancer risk: : the Utah Population Database
A computer analysis of the Isaiah authorship problem. .
A computerized family history base system
A constitution for Utah
A contested promised land : Mormons, slaveholders, and the disputed vision for the settlement of western Missouri
A continuing Dialogue
A continuing influence
A conversation about Mormonism ..
A conversation with Beverly Campbell ..
A conversation with Clinton F. Larson..
A conversation with Hugh Nibley ..
A conversation with Marvin Payne
A conversation with Ronald W. Walker / : interview by Reid Neilson
A counterforce within the system
A couple of short stories : Zane Grey
A crisis averted? : General Harney and the change in command of the Utah Expedition
A crisis in the Mormon church ..
A critique of Kellehear's transcendent society
A critique of Leone's and Dolgin's application of Bellah's evolutionary model to Mormonism
A critique of the Reynolds decision
A crossroads for Mormon women : Amy Brown Lyman, J. Reuben Clark and the decline of organized women's activism in the Relief Society
A cytologic evaluation of sputum in marijuana smokers
A dam for Nauvoo: : An attempt to industrialize the city. .
A dam in the desert: Pat Moran's last water venture
A dark horse for '64?
A debate on the American home : the antipolygamy controversy, 1880-1890
A decade in Zion : Theodore Schroeder's initial assault on the Mormons
A dedication to the memory of Dale L. Morgan, 1914-1971 ..
A dedication to the memory of Frederic Remington, 1861-1909 ..
A defense of the authority of church doctrine
A definition of the role of homemaker by two generations of women,
A dialogue between Wilford Woodruff and Lyman Wright. .
A dialogue with Henry Eyring..
A dignified transition : emeritus status for apostles
A discussion of the Pacific Railroad reports as issued in the Quarto edition
A distinction between Mormons and Americans : Mormon Indian missionaries, federal Indian policy, and the Utah War
A document discovered..
A double theft
A draft of a draft : Sena Jeter Naslund's reconfiguration of Moby-Dick
A expansão Mórmon : igreja americana cresce no Brasil, onde já existem 650 mil membros, 30% no Estado de São Paulo
A factor-analytic study of male-female differences in Mormon religiosity
A factor-analytic study of religious belief and behavior,
A failure of moral imagination : Guantanamo, torture, the constitution, and Mormons-an interview with Brent N. Rushforth
A faithful band : Moses Mahlangu and the first Soweto saints
A family that thrives on nature. .
A fanatical cult leader faces trial in Ohio for the brutal murder of a family of five
A fascinating life
A feeling in your head
A feminine perspective on moral reasoning
A feminist Latter-day Saint. : Why Sonia Johnson won't give up on the ERA-or the Mormon church
A feminist among the Mormons : Charlotte Ives Cobb Godbe Kirby
A few personal glimpses of Juanita Brooks
A few questions involving pears for my newborn son
A few thoughts from a believing DNA scientist
A field of small fossils in western Utah, a spot that"slept."
A field perspective of religious conversion : The Levites of Utah
A flicker of hope in conflict's moral twilight
A footnote to history : the U.S. Army at Promontory, Utah, May 10, 1869
A footnote to the problem of dating the first vision..
A forgotten hero
A forty-niner in Utah : letters and journal of John Hudson [book review] ..
A forty-year view : Dialogue and the sober lessons of history
A fresh perspective : the woman suffrage associations of Beaver and Farmington, Utah
A friendly house by a historic road: The Hampton Bigler home
A frontier fly fisher, 1847
A gathering place : Russian week at the Stockholm Sweden Temple
A generation apart--the gap and the church
A genetic study of syndactyly in Utah ..
A gentile recommends the Book of Mormon
A geographic view of the Sino-Soviet dispute
A gospel-centered therapy : An interview with Carlfred Broderick ..
A great adventure on Great Salt Lake (A true story) ... 1949
A great adventure on Great Salt Lake; a true story by Kate Y. Noble. Introduction and editorial notations by David E. Miller
A great little Saint : a brief look at the life of Henry William Bigler
A groceryman in Utah
A guage of the times : Ensign Peak in the twentieth century
A guide for planning the meeting house of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. .
A guide to Utah manuscripts in the Bancroft Library.
A hand from the grave : the polygamy murders
A help meet for man
A heritage of stone in Willard
A high price for a lame cow
A highly textual affair : the Sylvander-Clarinda correspondence
A historical note on Joseph Smith's 1836 visit to the East India Marine Society Museum in Salem, Massachusetts
A history of Dialogue, Part 4, A tale of two cities, 1987-92
A history of Dialogue, Part one, The early years, 1965-1971
A history of Dialogue, Part three, "Coming of age" in Utah, 1982-1987
A history of Dialogue, Part two, Struggle toward maturity, 1971-1982
A history of Memory Grove
A history of Mormon cinema
A history of NaHoM
A history of children's hospitals in Utah
A history of the Utah State Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation
A hit as a miss : those teeth! that smile! America's new Junior Miss is Donny and Marie's niece Amy Osmond
A hungry kitten, stray
A jewel in the gardens of paradise : the art and architecture of the Hawai'i Temple
A journal of John A. Widtsoe, Colorado River party, September 3-19, 1922 : preliminary to the Santa Fe Conference which framed the Colorado River Compact
A journey to the new world ..
A journey with doubt
A kinder gentler Mormonism : moving beyond the violence of our past
A king sleeps in Wisconsin ..
A labor inspector during the Great Depression
A land unpromised and unearned. .
A landowner chides Brigham Young for not speaking to him at Buffalo Canyon, and receives an answer
A latter-day fable : The lesson : a fable for our times, by Carol Lynn Pearson, illustrated by Kathleen Peterson . . .
A latter-day forger : the author of faked Mormon papers pleads guilty to murder
A legacy of the sesquicentennial : a selection of twelve books
A lesson from the past
A letter addressed to Gov. William Owsley, : from Brigham Young. | April 30, 1845. | Nauvoo, Illinois
A letter from Brigham Young and Daniel H. Wells : 1857. .
A letter from Phoebe Carter Woodruff to MAMA. .
A letter regarding the acquisition of the Book of Abraham. .
A letter to Alexis : a father writes about his daughter's first trip to Yellowstone
A letter to England, : 1842,
A letter to my Mormon daughters
A letter written to Henry from Wilson R. Smith concerning the purchase of property from W. J. Smith in Missiouri
A libelous, scandalous, and scurrilous sheet : the gentile-owned Valley Tan publishers in Mormon Utah
A limit ..
A little known account of the murders of Joseph and Hyrum Smith. .
A little leavening. .
A little love story
A little-known defense of polygamy from the Mormon press in 1842 ..
A local faith
A local paper reports on the Utah war
A local paper reports on the Utah war
A lone man in the garden
A long course of the most inhuman cruelty : the abuse and murder of Isaac Whitehouse
A long-awaited visit : President Heber J. Grant in Switzerland and Germany,1937
A look at Utah's government/shale maze ..
A look at modern Mormons ..
A look at tax-exempt church wealth. .
A love of learning : speeches of Robert K. Thomas
A magic summer with The magic flute
A man for all missions
A man named Aoy
A man of battles braids his daughters' hair
A man of vision and determination : a photographic essay and tribute to Wilford C. Wood
A man's religion and American politics : an interview with Governor Romney
A manifesto for "Fit for the kingdom" : Dean Duncan's proposal for a Mormon documentary series
A marvelous work and a possession : Book of Mormon historicity as postcolónialism
A matter of faith : a study of the Muddy Mission
A matter of principle : fundamentalist Mormon polygamy, children, and human rights debates
A member of the family : Dr. John Milton Bernhisel and the aftermath of the death of Joseph Smith
A member of the tribe
A metallurgical provenance study of the Marcus Herennius military diploma
A mid-eighteenth-century precedent for Burns's Rising sun?
A mighty change of heart ..
A mine, the military, and a dry lake : national security and the Groom District, Lincoln County, Nevada
A miner's wife : Roberta Flake Clayton in Mexico, 1919-1916
A minister's view of Mormonism
A modern prophet goes global : the Mormon faith is spreading. But is it a world religion?
A monk's tale
A more righteous seed : a comparison of polygamy among the Branch Davidians and the fundamentalist Mormons
A mormon revelation
A most amazing gift
A most extraordinary book! : Maria Ward's disclosures : sixteenth edition now ready of Female life among the Mormons, a narrative of many years personal experience ..
A most horrible crime : the 1908 murder of Mary Stevens in Orderville, Utah
A mountain stream : a painting
A multivariate technique for authorship attribution and its application to the analysis of Mormon scripture and related texts
A mysterious image : Brigham Young with an unknown wife
A name and a blessing
A narrative approach to the Joseph Smith translation of the synoptic gospels
A new Mormon revelation
A new Mormon theatre. .
A new city of Joseph
A new climate of liberation : a tribute to Fawn McKay Brodie, 1915-1981 ..
A new community : Mormon teachers and the separation of church and state in Utah's territorial schools
A new direction in language testing: : concern for the one. .
A new emphasis for the American dream
A new face in American politics
A new golden age in American reading
A new look at old treasures
A new look at repentance
A new look at sect development
A new look at the alleged little known discourse by Joseph Smith
A new model of Christian higher education with an international style
A new phase of Mormonism
A new pneumatology : comparing Joseph Smith's doctrine of the spirit with his contemporaries and the Bible
A new power fight in the West ..
A new project for one of God's hopeful young apprentices
A new prophet
A new prophet
A new prophet. .
A new sighting of Dr Long Ghost from Melville’s Omoo
A newly discovered translation of Louisa May Alcott's "The brothers" in a German American newspaper
A non-Mormon religion professor's impressions of Mormon missionaries
A nonscience forerunner to modern near-death studies in America
A note of Joseph Smith's first vision and its import in the shaping of early Mormonism ..
A note of the 1963 civil rights statement ..
A note on "Baling Hay and Ganado"
A note on "First snow - Leonia"
A note on "In the Sun"
A note on "Landscape with pond and cabin"
A note on "Sawing wood"
A note on "The Hudson from Heine Cook's"
A note on "Troilus and Cressida" /cFrancis R. Magleby
A note on "Utah Ranch". .
A note on Burns's language
A note on Mormon Americana at Yale. .
A note on Nauvoo theater
A note on Rafinesque, the Walam olum, the Book of Mormon, and the Mayan glyphs
A note on contemporary accounts of the Three Nephites ..
A note on poems newly attributed to Burns
A note on reviewing books. .
A note on the Nauvoo Library and Literary Institute. .
A panorama of Mormon life
A peculiar people
A peculiar people : The physiological aspects of Mormonism 1850-1875 ..
A peep at the Far West, by an Englisher. .
A performer's reflections on Die Zauberflöte
A personal odyssey : my encounter with Mormon history ..
A personal odyssey revisited : my continuing encounter with Mormon history
A personal tribute : to the "real" historic Twenty-fifth Street
A photographic essay on the old lower BYU campus. .
A physician looks at the Bible
A physician's reflections on Old Testament medicine ..
A piece of lost history : Max Weber and Lowell L. Bennion
A pioneer cattle venture of the Bennion family
A pioneer cattle venture of the Bennion family
A pioneer paper mirrors the breakup of isolation in the Great Basin
A place of refuge..
A playwright with a passion for unvarnished depictions : an interview with Tom Rogers
A plea for polygamy ..
A plea to the leadership of the Church : choose love not power
A poetic presidency : Abraham Lincoln, Walt Whitman, and the second American revolution
A poetics of the restoration
A political interpretation of Mormon history ..
A polygamous congressman ..
A positive religion
A postmodern iconography : Vonnegut and the great American novel
A postscript to American churches pictured on old blue china ..
A practical bibliography of works on Mormonism
A pre-World War II prophecy
A precarious balance : the northern Utes and the Black Hawk War
A preliminary study of generational economic dependency orientations. .
A priestly role for a prophetic church : The RLDS Church and Black Americans ..
A proclamation and faithful warning to all the Saints scattered around : in Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Salem, New Bedford, Lowell, Peterborough, Gilson, St. Louis, Nauvoo, and elsewhere in the United States; also, to those residing in the different parts of Europe and in the islands of the seas
A prologue to Genesis : Moses 1 in light of Jewish traditions
A prophet and his 'sisters' : charges of lesbianism and child abuse
A prophet for all the world : a glimpse into the life of President Spencer W. Kimball
A prophet is dead : a prophet lives..
A proposal for church-related colleges
A providencial means of agitating Mormonism : Parley P. Pratt and the San Francisco press in the 1850s
A psychocultural view of a modern day prophet among the Mormons ..
A qualitative analysis of the impressions and experiences of religious minority adolescents
A question of loyalty : Wordsworth and the Beaumonts, Catholic emancipation and Ecclesiastical sketches
A quorum called out of the kingdom ..
A radical remedy for polygamy ..
A rare account of the Haun's Mill Massacre : the reminiscence of Willard Gilbert Smith
A re-evaluation of the "Turner thesis and Mormon beginnings in New York and Utah"
A reader's library
A reexamination of the Woodruff Manifesto in the light of Utah constitutional history
A reflection from an African convert on Official Declaration 2
A relic of the Mormon Missouri period : the Haun's Mill Stone at Breckenridge, Missouri
A religiously oriented group counseling intervention for self-defeating perfectionism : a pilot study
A remarkable perversion of Christianity is Mormonism ..
A renegade Mormon
A reply to Dr. Bushman..
A reply to Mauss's critique of Our analysis of admitting blacks into the Mormon priesthood
A reply to a defense of Mormons and an attack upon the Ministerial Association of Utah
A reply to critics of the Mormon neoorthodoxy hypothesis
A reporter at large : the mountain of names
A rereading of Wordsworth's presence in Shelley's Alastor
A response to Bahr and Forste
A response to Paul Toscano's "A plea to the leadership of the Church: choose love not power."
A response to Robin Jensen
A response to the PBS documentary, The Mormons
A retrospective on the scholarship of Richard Bushman
A reunion in Brazil : imagine what it would mean to come back to your mission field and to see one of your converts serving as a General Authority
A review and commentary on the prospects of a Mormon/New Christian Right coalition
A review of Mormon settlement literature
A review of the Hofmann murders books
A revolutionary turns right
A riddle for Didymus
A ride with Kit Carson through the great American desert and the Rocky Mountains
A sacrament of stewardship
A sampling design for Mormon Utah, 1880 ..
A scandal in America
A scholar as a witness : a conversation with Richard Lloyd Anderson : interview
A seething couldron of controversy : the first trial of John D. Lee, 1875
A selected bibliography of recent books
A selected bibliography of recent books on Mormons and Mormonism ..
A selected bibliography of recent works on Mormons and Mormonism..
A selective bibliography of Book of Mormon literary features
A selective, evaluative, and annotated bibliography of Mormonism
A shepherd to Mexico's saints : Arwell L. Pierce and the Third Convention
A shrine to the whole church : the history of the St. George Tabernacle
A simulation approach to the diffusion of the Mormon church
A singular perspective : after a half century of performing, Grant Johannesen continues to play new music
A sketch of my life
A small and piercing voice : the sermons of Spencer W. Kimball
A society of like-minded men : American localism and the Mormon expulsion from Jackson County
A sophic and a mantic people
A space for science : science education and the domestic in Louisa May Alcott's Little men
A special relationship : J. Bracken Lee and the Mormon Church ..
A specialized genealogical collection. .
A specification of marital fertility by parents' age, age at marriage and marital duration
A sprinkling of stage Scots : Burns, linguistic stereotypes and place
A stained-glass replica of Joseph Smith's First Vision
A stench in the nostrils of honest men : Southern Democrats and the Edmunds Act of 1882
A story of the rise of a social taboo. .
A strange encounter, the English courts and Mormon polygamy. .
A strenuous business : the achievement of Helen Candland Stark
A struggle for survival and identity : families in the aftermath of the Castle Gate mine disaster
A study in Highland mariology
A study in seven : Hebrew numerology in the Book of Mormon
A study of men's attitudes toward economic cooperation. .
A study of the text of Joseph Smith's Inspired Version of the Bible
A stylometric analysis of Mormon scripture and related texts
A success story: the Mormons
A sudden pull behind the heart
A sun so generous : selections from "Song of myself"
A superlative image : an original daguerreotype of Brigham Young
A survey of LDS proselyting efforts to the Jewish people
A survey of Mormon housing traditions in Utah ..
A survey of current dissertations and theses
A survey of current dissertations and theses ..
A survey of current dissertations and theses ..
A survey of current literature ..
A survey of current literature : selected bibliography of recent articles ..
A survey of dating and marriage at BYU
A survey of women general board members
A swarm of Donnies and Maries
A swelling tide : nineteen-year-old sister missionaries in the twenty-first century
A tale of two cities ..