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Topical Guide

By: Ardis E. Parshall - November 10, 2011

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2010’s Technology in 1910

Amazon.com in 1910
Google Maps, 1910 Vintage
How to Compile a Spam List, 1910
Inkjet Printer, 1910
The iPod, 1910 Model
Netflix, 1910

A-a-a-a-and It Begins
Ads Brigham Young Might Have Seen
Ads You’re Not Going to See Again Anytime Soon

Chapter 1 (Olive Oil)
Chapter 2 (Guns)
Chapter 3 (Racist)
Chapter 4 (Sacrament Trays)
Chapter 5 (Garments)
Chapter 6 (Beneficial Life)
Chapter 7 (Medical Quackery)
Chapter 8 (Political)
Chapter 9 (Beverages)
Chapter 10 (Racist, Political, Economic)
Chapter 11 (Sex Education Books)
Chapter 12 (Dishwashing Man)
Chapter 13 (All-LDS Conference Train)
Chapter 14 (Zions Bank w/JFSjr)
Chapter 15 (AV Equipment)
Chapter 16 (Building Construction)
Chapter 17 (Snapshot of Utah/Mormon life)

Advertisement: Today I Am A Man
Ah, Romance!
…and it’s so easy to prepare
And You Thought It Had Something to Do with Commitment and Righteousness
Automobile Advertising, 1911
Baby Scofflaws
Beauty Secret of Mormon Wives, 1923
Before the CTR Ring
Before There Was Postum
Beneficial Life, 1958
Bookcraft, 1954
Bookcraft, 1958
Brigham Young University, 1936
BYU Advertising, 1954
BYU Ad Campaign, 1963
BYU Is Apostrophizing Again
Christmas Suggestion, 1933
Cleon Skousen’s 7,000-Mile Leap
Co-Opting a Mormon Story for General Commerce
Cultural Imperialism of a Terrifying Kind
Daynes Music Advertising, 1915
Deseret Book Ads, 1956
Deseret Book: Christmas, 1944
The Deseret News Advertises in the Children’s Friend, 1949
Christmas in Peace and War
The Deseret News Offers to Solve Your Child Discipline Problems
The Editor Should Maybe Have Helped with the Language
Fight the War, Ladies! (1942)
Financing the Widow’s Family, 1929
For All You Cleon Skousen Fans
For Laughs
Friends on Order
Gas Ovens: Something to Cling to and Fight For
Give the Millennial Starfor Christmas, 1943
Good Book. Read Now.
Good Singing Is Impossible
Happy Birthday, George Albert Smith
Happy New Year from Z.C.M.I.
Home and Christmas
Home Fire Insurance Company, 1905
Hot Drinks
Hotel Utah Advertising, 1944
How to Be Brave, Sturdy, and Have the Greatest Number of Good Thoughts
I Don’t Want to Wait Three Years to Post This Advertisement
I Thought I Liked Postum, But Maybe Not This Much
If Mothers Had Their Choice
The Improvement Era Advertises the Tardis for Sale
Is It Such a Bad Thing?
It Meant Something Different in 1921. It Really Did
It’s December 1924. Renew Your Subscription
A Jolly Halloween with Deseret Book, 1926
Juvenile Instructor Abets BYU-University of Utah Rivalry
Keepa’s Christmas Gift Giving Guide

page 1 (Trail Blazer t-shirt)
page 2 (View-Master church history reels)
page 3 (fruit and vegetables from ZCMI)

KSL Advertising, 1937
LDS Business College, 1944
The Whole Year Through: LDS Business College, 1954
“The machine was called an Ironrite”
Magic Underwear
Men Need Not Apply (Takes Too Long to Train ’Em)
Merry Christmas, Elder. Watch out for the strange people
Modesty Is the Best Advertisement
A Mormon (Advertising!) Image
Mormon Book shopping in England, 1942
Nike Never Had an Endorsement Like This
No, the University of Utah Did Not Bribe Me to Post This
Not One, But Many
NowThat’s a Rock!
Our Sponsor Recommends
Prehistoric Oregon Trail
Read! Study! Prepare!
Reading During Those Long “Blackout Hours”
Recommended for Youth Reading
Recruiting for the Imperial Academy, 1938
The Sax Education of Mormons, 1926
Saltair Bathing Beauty
“The sexiness of innocence”
Sherlock: A Man of the People
Of Toddlers, Canals and Driveways
A Postum Ad with a Keepa Connection
Social Meet-ia
Sugar Advertisements

The Answer – As Always – Is SUGAR!
1938’s “Buy Local” Campaign
The Answer to All Our Economic Woes? Sugar!!
Be[et] Loyal, Be[et] Healthy
Don’t Be Careless!
Don’t Have Enough Ways to Use Sugar? We’ll Give You Another Recipe
Don’t Wait Too Long
The Finest!
Flavor with Health
Further Lessons on Mormon Sugar Patriotism
Health, Purity, and Sweet Dreams
Heresy! Apostasy! Abomination!
Home Preparedness Means Home-Produced Sugar, Of Course
It Was in 1891
Merry Christmas from Your Friendly Local Sugar Company
Mormondom’s Perfect Food
No artificial trees here
One More Evidence of the Wonderfulness of Sugar
None More Pure
Perfect for All
Provident Living, Brought to You by … SUGAR
See? Even Shakespeare knew it!
Stuff your stocking
A Sugar Ad with Which I Can Find No Fault
A Sugar Ad Worth Framing
Sugar Beets as Sugar Plums
Sugar brings you all kinds of neat stuff
The Sugar family is invited for Christmas
Sugar is Great for Your Jelly. Not So Good for Your Grammar.
Sugar Makes the World Go Round
Sugar: Not just for eating anymore
Sweet! Crystallized Sunshine
Sweet! Healthful Energy for Healthy Activity
Sweet! Good News about Between Meal Snacks
Sweet! More Extravagant Claims for Sugar
Sweet Are the Uses of Adversity
Thanks, Neighbor – That’s Sweet
This is the Place … Sort of …
To Further Disrupt the Peace of the Reeve Household
We Built This City on Rock and – er, that is, on Sugar
“What’s for Dinner, Hon?” “Sugar, Dear.”
You Can’t Beet This Ad for Directness

That Special Glow
Thou Shalt Not Covet – But I Do
A Time to Mourn
Unfold the Spirit
Very, very sensible prices
Vim Vigor Vitality, Oh, My!
War on the Farm Front
We’re Number O– Er, We’re Adequate!
What’s Wrong with This Picture?
When 10c Bought More Than, Well, When 10c Bought Anything
When $70 Bought More than a Month’s Smartphone Connection
“White Indians”
Who Came Up with That Name?
Why Are You a Sunday School Teacher?
Why We Don t Have Ads in Church Magazines Anymore
The Word Processor, 1968
Your Mission Exit Interview in a Nutshell

Andrew Sproul, Missionary

April-July, 1841, August-October, 1841, November-December, 1841, January, 1842, February-March, 1842, March-April, 1842, April, 1842, May, 1842, May, 1842, continued, June, 1842, , December, 1846, January, 1847, part 1, January, 1847, part 2, March, 1847

Art and Illustration (see also Magazine Cover Art)

Alma Being Carried to His Father’s House
“Alive and Real, and of Immense Stature”: Arnold Friberg’s Book of Mormon Paintings
The Angel Moroni’s Secret
Another Early Friberg, age 12
Anybody Can Make an Ordinary Snowman
Before the Gospel Art Kit (I)
Before the Gospel Art Kit (II): Old Testament Story Challenge
Canonization of Image: An Illustration
The Cody Mural
Early Work by Arnold Friberg Discovered
George Reynolds and C.C.A. Christensen: Illustrated Book of Mormon Stories
L.A. Ramsey’s Illustrations for From Plowboy to Prophet,1912
The Loveliest Missionary Tract Ever Published
Mary in Mormon Art: “A Little Study of Madonnas”
The Mesa Arizona Temple Frieze
Monument to the Restoration of the Aaronic Priesthood
Of Wise Guys and Angels’ Wings
Old Testament Illustrated

Background
Genesis 1-2, Genesis 3-5, Genesis 6-11, Genesis 12-18, Genesis 19-22, Genesis 23-26, Genesis 32-36, Genesis 37-41, Genesis 42-50

Pre-Correlation Art; or, They Just Don’t Illustrate the Kids’ Magazine Like They Used To
Reality
“Remember” (Souviens-toi)

Attitudes and Manners

Discussion 1 – Manners Matter
Discussion 2 – Just for Example
Discussion 3 – Being a Good Neighbor
Discussion 4 – Courtesy in Church
Discussion 5 – Public Performance
Discussion 6 – The True Spirit of Hospitality
Discussion 7 Attitudes Make the Difference
Discussion 8 – Hello and Goodbye

Be Honest With Yourself

The Background
Add Prayer
Be Friendly and Reverent!
Beauty is More than Skin Deep!
Can You Pass This Test?
Danger, Curves Ahead!
Dare to Be Different
Fair or False Faces?
A Fireside Chat on a Burning Question
Fresh Up with Sunday
Going Steady Too Early?
Great Men Pray
Healthy Happy Lucky You!
Honor Thy Father and Mother
It’s Smart to Take Part
The Joy of Work
Keep Faith with Your Family
Live and Learn Forever
Living Prophets
The Long and Short of Marriage
Modesty Is the Best Policy
More Precious Than Rubies
No, Thank You
Nothing Worth Having Is Free
Read It – Test It
A Religion Worth Learning
The Right Circles
Run and Win
This Is the Life
Virtue Is Its Own Reward
We Are Making Memories
Young Men Shall See Visions

Be the Girl of Your Dreams

Be the Girl of Your Dreams: The For the Strength of Youth of the 1950s
I. Hello, You
II. The Present Reflects the Past
III. The Star of Your Own Romance
IV. Can You Manage Your Emotions?
V. Can You Face Life Squarely?
VI. Do You Have Growing Pains?
VII. Personality for Popularity
VIII. What About Dating?
IX. Can You Say No?
X. A Source of Help and Inspiration

Centennial Lessons: Church History for Women (1930)

Introduction
1. The First Women of Modern Israel
2. Kirtland Pioneers
3. The Move to Missouri
4. Expulsion from Missouri
5. Settlement of Nauvoo
6. Expulsion from Nauvoo
7. Journey to Winter Quarters; The Mormon Battalion
8. Winter Quarters to Great Salt Lake Valley
9. The First Year in Great Salt Lake Valley
10. Our Foremothers

“Dear Brigham”

“As Deep in the Mud as I Am in the Mire”
“Compulsory Swallowing of the Six Day Absurdity”
“For the Sake of Suffering Mothers”
“The Propriety of Sending for One Jacob Barnum”
“Sacrificed on the Alter for Our Countrys Good”
“To Hold Base and Oppressive Men in Wholsome Check”
“You May Some Day Find Your Fatty Sides Tarred and Feathered”
Dear Daniel: A Ride on a Camel’s Back

“Doing” History

And Yet Another Joseph Smith Photograph
Announcement: Civil War Saints
Another Slave Burial Site in Utah
At Sword’s Point: Order Form
At Zelph’s Mound
Attention K-Mart Shoppers: Original Joseph Smith Photographs, Aisle Five
Before You Teach or Attend Gospel Doctrine 35 on the Handcart Rescue, Read This
Blazing a New Trail: Doing History in the Age of the Internet
Brigham Young and Father Victor Jouanneault: Evaluating Credibility of a Document
Building a Chronology of Mormon History
Cake, Ice Cream, Sandwiches, Potato Salad, and Punch: Family Reunions and Family Associations
Can I Trust Leonard Arrington? An Exercise in Historical Provenance
The Church Census
Church History Library: Change in Saturday Hours
Church History Library Dedication
Church History Library: First Month Report Card
”Concocted in Some Corner”: A Bogus Vision Services Again … and Again … and Again
Congratulations, Bill and Jared and Tom, et al.
Congratulations, Jan Shipps
The CSI Effect and Mormon History
Dance, Dry Bones, Dance
Davis Bitton Papers Now Available at BYU
“Divorce”: A Lesson Plan to Scrutinize
“Doing God a Service to Kill Us”
Evaluating Historical Documents; or, I Do Not Think that Proves What You Think It Proves
An Evening with the Editors of Women of Faith in the Latter Days
Exciting Times for Mormon Family History: Free Access to Ancestry, MyHeritage, and findmypast
Family History Detective
Family Stories: How to Tell Them
The Father She Never Knew
Finding the Missing Pioneers: A Case Study
Going Long: Of Clubs and Conduct
Going Long: Of Speculation and Dark Mormon Doings
Good News from the Community of Christ
Historical Fiction: You Be the Editor
How to Speak at a Public Conference
How to Write a Life
I Found a Baby Pioneer
In the Domesday Book … or Not?
In Which We Bid Farewell to NewFamilySearch and Welcome Family Tree
Intermountain West Journal of Religious Studies
Joseph Smith Papers: Reference Materials Now Available
Joseph Smith’s Last Dream: Addendum
Joseph Smith’s Last Dream: Evaluation
Julie’s Papers (1 of 2), (2 of 2)
Keepa’ninnies Sight the MHA Presidential Seer Stone in Exotic Places
A Letter to President Veazey, Community of Christ
Liftoff ! The Joseph Smith Papers Are Published
“Lives of Ancestors All Remind Us”: Family History Books
The Lost
Massacre Panel: Not-so-live blogged
Melvin L. Bashore, OCTA, and the Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel Database
“Men and Women of Faith: Church History Library Lecture Series 2013
MHA Presidential Seer Stone: An Invitation
Mistrust and Verify
“The Mormons” on PBS
Mountain West Center: 2008 Annual Report
My First MHA Experience
Of Massacres and Misinformation
Oh, What a Puzzle: What if Your Genealogy is “All Done”?
Oh, WHOSE Mother?
On P.T. Turnley’s 1859 Letter to S.A. Douglas
On Teaching, Speculation, Debate, Heterodoxy, Ignorance
On the Road to Mountain Meadows
Open Letter: Upcoming Youth Lessons on Chastity
Our Crown Jewels: The Church Archives
Out of Small Things
A Phone Call to Jan Shipps
Policies for Submitting Names for Temple Ordinances
2012 Priesthood/Relief Society Course: Teachings of Presidents of the Church: George Albert Smith
Remembering Slave Burial Sites: A Memorial Day Post
Reeve and Parshall, Mormonism: A Historical Encyclopedia: Announcement
Requesting Copies of Patriarchal Blessings
A Response to the Salt Lake Tribune on Utah’s Dixie and Slave Culture”
Revelations in Context: The Unveiling (with teaser: Stay Tuned: Announcement Pending)
Richard L. Bushman, “Mormonism and the Public Good”: Now Online
Rumor-Mongering: Joseph Smith Daguerreotype
A “Sea Change” in Mormon Historical Studies
The Search for Edward Arthur Smith
Secrets from the Research Library
Secrets of the Cornerstone to Be Revealed This Saturday
Secrets of the Cornerstone: Revealed (with additional photo gallery)
The Smithsonian Institution, the Book of Mormon, and Another Legend that Will Not Die
A Sneak Peek at the New Church History Library
Substituting One Speculation for Another
Telling the Truth about the Past
That Daguerreotype Again (1 of 2), (2 of 2)
What George Washington Didn’t Say about Barack Obama in the Relief Society Magazine, the Saints’ Herald, or Even in the Millennial Star, (reposting, 2014)
What’s Wrong with Mormon History? I’ll Tell You What’s Wrong!
Women’s History Lecture Series: Chad Orton, “Those They Left Behind”
Writing for theSalt Lake Tribune
Think Like a Historian: Henry Troemner and Brigham Young
The Truth Is Pulling Its Boots On
“We Feel Like We Have Found a Treasure”
You Can Do This!

Outdated announcements of past events are available here

Eminent Women (by Amy Tanner Thiriot)

The Eminent Women of the St. George Temple
Reintroduction: The Eminent Women of the St. George Temple
Behind the Scenes at the Eminent Women Project
Ann Fairfax Washington Lee and Susanna Rogers Sangiovanni Pickette Keate: Part 1, Part 2
Lucy Bigelow Bunch and Sarah Creagh Philpot Curran
Jean Armour Burns
Anna Charlotte Eldridge Hinkle Chidester and Charlotte Corday
Isabell Hill Romney Platt and Charlotte Lengefeld von Schiller
Caroline Blake Hardy
Christiane von Goethe and Roseinia Sylvester Jarvis, Part 1, Part 2
Jane Nugent Burke
Jennett Potter Oxborrow and Mary Philipse Morris
Martha Washington and Lucy Bigelow Young
Mary Lockwood Kemp and Lady Sydney Morgan
Elizabeth Thomas Morse
Mary O’Connell and Ann Crosby Thomas: Part 1, Part 2
Mary Parker Chidester and Catharine Maria Sedgwick, part 1, part 2
Matilda Hoffman and Eliza Brace, part 1, part 2

Ethics for Young Girls

Lesson 1: Ethics
Lesson 2: The Social Unit
Lesson 3: Rights of Family Members
Lesson 4: Honesty in Little Things
Lesson 5: Truth Telling
Lesson 6: Ethics of the Table
Lesson 7: Self-Control and Courage
Lesson 8: Place Your Trials in God’s Keeping
Lesson 9: Chastity of Thought
Lesson 10: Reverence for Sacred Things
Lesson 11: The Art of Gratitude
Lesson 12: Loving and Serving
Lesson 13: The Influence of Our Surroundings
Lesson 14: Punctuality
Lesson 15: Will
Lesson 16: Gossip
Lesson 17: Work
Lesson 18:Thought Should Inspire Action

Family History Basics

Lesson 1 (First steps)
Lesson 2 (Home sources)
Lesson 3 (Social Security)
Lesson 4 (Census)
Lesson 5 (Resolving Discrepancies)

“A Few Minutes”

Inaugurating a New Series
A Few Hours in Marseille, 1945
Aboard the USS New Orleans, 1943
In the Ipswich Ward Relief Society, Lowestoft, East Anglia Stake, England
At Kofu, Japan, 1909
In Aleppo, Syria, 1924
In Brooklyn, 1926
In Cedar Fort, 1913
In Central Ward, Utah, 1922
In Council Bluffs, Iowa, 1940
In Curtis, Arizona, 1897
In the French Mission, 1913-1914
In Glasgow, Scotland, 1892
In Glasgow, Scotland, 1918
In Grenoble, France, 1927
In Joseph, Utah, 1891
In Leeds, Utah, 1939
In Menan Idaho, 1908
In Menan, Idaho

4 August 1907, 11 August 1907, 18 August 1907, 25 August 1907, 1 September 1907, 8 September 1907, 15 September 1907

In the Maori Agricultural College, 1921
In Mt. Glen, Oregon, 1913
In the Ogden 2nd Ward, 1901
In Ozumba, Mexico, 1912
In Ricks [Rexburg], Idaho, 1885
In the Brooklyn Relief Society, 1900
In the Hyrum 1st Ward, 1946
In the Missionary Class at St. Johns, Arizona, 1903
In Novo Hamburgo, Brazil, 1942
In Sanford, Colorado, 1889
In Shirts’ Branch, Iowa, 1848
In Spanish Fork, Utah, Summer 1858
In Strand, South Africa, 1932
In the Las Vegas 1st Ward, 1922

Fiction

Advent 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

“… And Let Who Will Be Clever”
Another Mary
“As Little Children”
As Little Children
At Santa’s Home
Bells of Christmas
Christmas at Aunt Sally’s
Christmas at Welcome Inn
The Christmas Cards
A Christmas Gift for Teacher
Christmas in a Nutshell
Christmas in Bowlder Gulch
Christmas Is Coming … Maybe
Christmas Is Just Another Day
Christmas Is Where the Heart Is
Christmas, or a Reasonable Facsimile
A Christmas Story
A Christmas to Remember
The Christmas Treasure
The Christmas Tree
The Christmas Tree
A Christmas Tree for Susan
The Daughter of a Fool
Davie
A Doll Buggy for Christmas
Dreams Are for Christmas
A Dress for Cinderella
Early Present
“Evergreen and Folly”
The Fabric of Christmas
A Gift from Paul
Gifts
Giver’s Gold
The Glory of the Tumbleweed
Glory Is of the Spirit
A Grandma for Christmas
Grandma’s Surprise Packages
A Half Hour of Christmas
Her Phantom Family
Home for Christmas
The Hurrah’s Nest
“I Heard the Bells of Christmas Ring”
It’s Christmas Everywhere
Jimmy’s First Christmas
Journey for Christmas
The Last Line
The Least of the Flock
Leonora’s Christmas Visit
“Let Nothing You Dismay”
A Little More Spirit
The Loan
The Lonesome Christmas
Look at the Star
The Lost Christmas
The Lucky One
The Luxury of Giving
A Manger and a Barn
Marie and the Christmas Story
Merry Christmas, Mother!
The Miracle Mile
Miss Breech’s Boy
The Mistakes of Santa Claus
A Mountain Boy’s Christmas
No Christmas Spirit
No Present for Ann
O Little Town
Oh, Little Town
An Old-Fashioned Christmas
An Old-Fashioned Romance
One Bright Star
Party Dress
The Pink Angel
Prelude to Christmas
Red Neck
A “Reel” Gold Christmas Present
Remember the Day
Remembered Fragrance
Santa Couldn’t Get Through
Santa With a High Hand
The Scarlet Cloak of Love
Seek for the Gift
The Shining Gift
Something Lacking
A Song in the Cabin
A Star in the Tree Top
A Star Is Shining
Stars for Molly’s Tree
The Stranger at the Cross-Roads
The Stranger Within the Gates
The Teakwood Chest
Three Wise Girls
Top of the Tree
Uncle Matt and the China Doll
Two Wishes from a Christmas Doll
The White Wings of Christmas
Whittling Boy
Who Sent Santa Claus?

“To be continued …” (serial fiction)

A Is for Apron: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

And for Eternity: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 10

Anne Brent, Helpmate: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9

Because of the Word: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6

Bitter Medicine: part 1, part 2, part 3

The Bottle Message: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 10, Chapter 11, Chapter 12

The Bright Star: part one, part two, part three, part four, part five, part five, part six, part seven

Bright Treasure: Chapter 1 , Chapter 2 , Chapter 3 , Chapter 4 , Chapter 5 , Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 10, Chapter 11, Chapter 12

Cathedral of Peace: chapter 1, chapter 2, chapter 3, chapter 4, chapter 5, chapter 6, chapter 7, chapter 8, chapter 9, chapter 10, chapter 11

Contentmnt Is a Lovely Thing: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5

Dark in the Chrysalis: chapter 1, chapter 2, chapter 3, chapter 4, chapter 5, chapter 6, chapter 7, chapter 8

A Daughter of Martha: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8

Dear Conquest: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4

Dear to the Heart of the Shepherd: Chapter One, Chapter Two, Chapter Three, Chapter Four, Chapter Five, Chapter Six, Chapter Seven, Chapter Eight, Chapter Nine, Chapter Ten

The Deeper Melody: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8

Dennis and the Mormon Battalion: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 10, Chapter 11, Chapter 12

Elizabeth’s Children: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8

Enemy’s Son:Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 10, Chapter 11

Expatriation: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 10

Faith Is a Heritage: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 10

The Falling Shackles: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4

For the Strength of the Hills: chapter 1, chapter 2, chapter 3, chapter 4, chapter 5, chapter 6

Forever or Never: Prologue, Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4

Gallant Adventure: chapter 1, chapter 2, chapter 3, chapter 4, chapter 5, chapter 6, chapter 7, chapter 8, chapter 9, (delay in posting), chapter 9-and-a-half, chapter 10

Green Willows: chapter 1, chapter 2, chapter 3, chapter 4, chapter 5, chapter 6

Heart Room for Home: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8

Hermanas: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8

His Father’s Son: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9

Joanna: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 10, Chapter 11, Chapter12

The Lantern in the Tower: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4

The Lotus Eater: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 10

Love Is Enough: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8

The Making of Marty:Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 10, Chapter 11, Chapter 12

Merry-Go-Round: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 10, Chapter 11

Mulek of Zarahemla: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4,

The New Day: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7

Not Bread Alone: Chapter 1 , Chapter 2 , Chapter 3, Chapter 4 , Chapter 5 , Chapter 6 , Chapter 7 , Chapter 8 , Chapter 9

Not to the Swift: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6

On the Trails of the Old Kaibab: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 10, Chapter 11, Chapter 12

Orchids in the Snow: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8

Out of th eWilderness: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8

Outwitted: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter4

The Silver Leash: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8

Sow the Field with Roses: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6

Special for Redheads: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

There Is Still Time: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5

Through This Door: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6

A Time to Forget: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 10, Chapter 11, Chapter 12

Tomorrow’s Cup: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 10

Uncertain Possession: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8

Unexpected Adventures: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6

The Ventors’ Adventures: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 10, Chapter 11, Chapter 12

Welcome the Task: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8

All for the Good of the Family
An Afternoon with Mollie
“The Ancient Beautiful Things
And They Called it Mother’s Day
Annie’s Awakening
Apple Bark Tea
April Fool’s Day
As You Were
Aunt Cheer’s White Elephant Party
Aunt Heartha
Aunt Mattie’s Retirement List
The Awakening
Battalion
The Bazaar
Bend in the River
The Bennetts’ Bookkeeping System
The Best Little Shrub
The Bet
The Better Hubby Contest
The Bishop’s Wife
The Bitter Cup
Blue Voile for Dreams
The Blunders of Percival
The Boy There
“But Covet Earnestly”
The Captain’s Biggest Battle
Cathy and the Onions
Celebration
A Change of Heart
Coin of Eternity
The Comic Valentine
Commencement for Miss Rowse
Custer’s First Stand
Danger on the Hill Road
The Danger Zone: A Story for Boys
The Day Before the Wedding
The Day I Turned Eight
A Day in Bed
The Day We All Went to Rainbow Springs
Dear Father
Deflated Dollar
Dependable Jane
The Door Mat
Edna’s Husband
Eloise and the Indian
Entertaining Angels Unawares
Evelyn Bronx
Every Step of the Way
Father Has His Day
Father Was a Good Provider
Ferdinand’s Strategy
Fiddlers Three
Fifty Singing Aprils
The First Spur
The Fishbite Story
For Keeps
For the Glory of Ardwyn
Freckles and All
Full Measure
“Genuine American Oriental – Greatly Reduced”
Ghost Writer
A Girl’s Point of View
Give Thanks for What?
Going Modern
Good Bye and Good Luck, Mrs. Kelsey
The Gracious Years
Grains of Gold and Golden Grain
Grand Lady
Grandpa’s Red Suspenders
Grass in the Market Place
Growing Pains
“Halloween”: A Short Story from the Children’s Friend, 1925
Hard Times
The Hee-Haw Pony
Herman and the Birthday Dinner
The Hero of the Tenements
Highly Organized
His Shoes in the Parlor
Home of the Brave
Homely Hester
The Houdinattie
The House that Jim Built
Ice Cream for the “Fourth”
If It Wasn’t for Tillie
The Importance of Sandwiches
In Memory of Miss Ollie
An Incident
Ingenious Jane
Janet and Stevie stories

It Isn’t the Gifts
It’s Gotta Be Cash”
Pink Lemonade for the Boys
You Know How Boys Are, part 1, part 2

Just Like Edison
Justice Is a Group Affair
Lace Stockings
Lady-in-Waiting
Last Summer
The Legacy
A Little Girl’s Heart
The Little Lad
Little Old Glass Slipper
The Little Stone House
The Littlest One
Love’s Old Sweet Song
Mama’s Boy
The Man Who Worked with Cement
Manna
Marcie’s Pink Taffeta
Mirror, Mirror
Miss Benson’s Hired Man
Miss Pennywell Goes Into Action
Modern Pioneers
Mollie’s Mistake: A Valentine Story
Money Isn’t Everything
The Morrell Tribe
The Mother of Nancy
Mother’s Baked Apple
Mother’s Shoes
“Mothers Always Is”
Mountain Vacation
Moving Again
Mrs. Bennett’s Baby
Mrs. Benson Takes a Hand: In Which Pastry Wins Over Pothooks
Mrs. Benson Takes a Hand: In Which She Routs a Racketeer
Mrs. Benson Takes a Hand: Religion and Horse Sense
Needed by Someone
New Shoes for Flo
A Newspaper Clipping
No Comments, Please
No Secrets Between Them
Not Without Honor
The Ogre on Alden Street
One Day Off
One Eventful Night
Only the Essentials
A Pair of Pants for Benjy
Papa and His Grapes
Papa Took Us Fishing
The Part-Time Heart
Pet Peeve
Peter’s Temptation
A Place for Everything
A Place for Three
Polly Played for Keeps
“Poor Little Rosalee”
Poverty
Pretty as a Pansy
The Princess
The Prize Photograph
A Problem, a Pet, and the Picture
A Problem of Unity
Quilts and Mothers-in-Law
Rachel Goes to Relief Society
Rape, Suicide, and “Loss of Virtue”: A Children’s Christmas Story
The Relief Check
A Rest for Rose Ellen
The Right Climate
The Right Decision!
Ring Out the Old
A Rose Without a Thorn
Second Baby
Second Best
She Shall Have Music
The Sheepskin on the Wall
The Slave Market
Some Are Born to Be Heroes
The Sound of Bugles
Speaking of Telephones
A String of Beads
Supporting Cast
Sweet and Sophisticated
Tch! Tch! Grandma!
Thanks a Million
Thanksgiving for Emily
That Grown-Up Feeling
There’s Always a New Beginning
There’s Always a Way
They Die in Harness
The Thickness of Water
Thunderstorm
To Die Before Thy Time
Tommy’s Thanksgiving
Tommy’s Triumph
Two Maids and a Man
Two of a Kind
A Vest Pocket Tragedy
Vigil
Wallflower
Walter Chase’s Experience
We Are So Busy
We Can’t All Be Generals
We Find America
We Wished Aunt Ruth Would Marry
The Wearing of the Gay
Wee Pine Knot
We’re Not So Different
When Sorrow Comes
When Wishes Were Bicycles
Where Is Johnny?
The White Picket Fence
White Rose
Who Laughs Last
The Wilderness
With a Song in My Heart
With New Vision
You’ll Always Be Rich

Friends and Visitors to the Saints

Allen Allensworth: From Slavery to High Military Honor
Clarence Horace Montgomery y Agramonte: A Riddle Wrapped in a Mystery Inside an Enigma
[Winston Churchill:] A Great and Noble Man
Arthur Conan Doyle Reinterprets Joseph Smith
[Jean d’Entraigues:] La Ville des Mormons
[Robley Evans:] Utah’s First Annapolis Cadet
[Eugene Field:] A Poet and His Nursemaid
Fisher Sanford Harris: Non-Mormon Peacemaker in Zion
Douglas Gordon Hook: Engineering Joy
Janos Kalapsza “went out to the Mormons”
“… Yet Will I Trust in Him”: Elizabeth W. Kane Turns to the Bible
Father Edward Kelly: Irish Priest in Brigham’s Zion
Martin Luther King in Deseret
Jacob Moritz: Justice to the Dead
Righteous Gentiles
John Edward Rocha: Non-Mormon Champion of the Saints
[Louis A. Sayre:] The Surgeon and Brigham Young
John Jacob Steiner: Beloved Doctor of Southern Utah
Thaddeus Stevens, Mormon Defender (part I), (part II), (part III), (part IV)
Henry D. Styer: A Sense of Fair Play
[Harriet Grandin Titcomb:] Tickled by the Fringes
Queen Victoria: “A new Sect, which is sprung up, in America”
[Maria Von Trapp:] A Baroness Named Maria

From Our Exchanges (Reviews)

17 Miracles, More or Less
“As the Saints Go Marching By: Modern Jokelore Concerning Mormons”
“The Awful March of the Saints,” American Heritage, Fall 2008
“Basketball and the Culture-Change Process”
“The Brink of War,” Smithsonian, June 2008
Commercial Propaganda in the Silent Film: A Case Study of A Mormon Maid (1917)
Daughters in My Kingdom: A Personal Response
Daughters in My Kingdom: Revising Expectations
Emma’s Family (Review)
Feel Like Reading Some Mormon History? Here Are Some Recommendations
First Impressions of the Joseph Smith Papers: Revelations Volume
The Next Book You Want for Your Home Library: Women of Faith in the Latter Days, Vol. 1
Gary James Bergera, “Transgression in the LDS Community,” Part 1, JMH, Summer 2011
“The Goose Hangs High”: Excerpts from the Letters of Martha Hughes Cannon”
How Do You Teach Church History?
Humanitarian Update, Summer 2010
Laurel Thatcher Ulrich’s “A Pail of Cream”
“Lovely Picture Books for Women”: Daughters in My Kingdom
“Mormon Women’s Biographies of Their Female Forbears”
“Murder Ballads of Mormondom”
Music of the Mormons, 1830-1865
The Mormon Concept of Mother in Heaven
Report: Ben Bennion and Tom Carter, “Twelve Mormon Homes: Touring Utah with Elizabeth & Thomas Kane, 1872-73″
Report: William P. MacKinnon, “Thomas L. Kane and the Utah War”
Review:At Sword’s Point, Part 1, in the Journal of Arizona History
Review: The Devil Colony, James Rollins
Review: The Mormons: An Illustrated History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Review: Richardson, 3D Atlas of Zion National Park: Seeing Is Believing– Or Is It?
Review: Sally Denton, Faith and Betrayal: A Pioneer Woman’s Passage in the American West
Review: The Twible: All the Chapters of the Bible in 140 Characters or Less
Review: Vincent Musaalo: Through Some Miracle Not Yet Clear to Me
A Teeny, Tiny Review: Julie M. Smith, Search, Ponder, and Pray
“To Read Them Over and Over” : Revelations and Translations, vol. 2
“Transformations of Power: Mormon Women’s Visionary Narratives”
Treasures of the Collection: Office of Church Historian and Recorder: A Review
Utah Historical Quarterly: Utah War Issue
William E. Berrett, “How Do You Teach Church History?”
Women of Faith in the Latter Days, Vol. 1: eBook and Bonus Content Available

Guest Posts

Polly Aird
Fires of Faith in Great Britain, 1848
George Armstrong Hicks: Dixie Mormon/Voice of Dissent

Alison
In My Own Words: Alison, 2009
In the Domesday Book … or Not?

Anne (U.K.)
“As Arranged”
Cousin Maggie, part 1, part 2
The Lost
Mothering Sunday
The Pine Cone Story
Pine Cone 2: The Sequel

Curtis Allen
Cornelius Gilliam: Fifty Years of Life, A Century of War
William Alonzo Hyde: More Than the Author of an Article

Anonymous
Violence and Bloodshed and Mayhem

Mark B.
April 6, at Sea
A Few Hours in Marseille, 1945
The New York Times’ First Crossword Puzzle
Reading During Those Long “Blackout Hours”
“We Will Remember Them”

Clair Barrus
Of Gifts and Rods and “Things of Nature”

Gary Bergera
Hugh B. Brown’s Most Famous Statement

Barbara Jones Brown
Life of a Century: A Tribute to Lorna Call Alder, 1906-2013

Michelle, Eric, Alex, and Julia C.
Keepa Goes to Family Home Evening

Steve C
In Memory of Karl-Heinz Schnibbe
The Way We Were: July 1942 (German edition)
TheWolfsgrün Displaced Persons Camp: Mormon Relief Efforts in the Soviet Occupation Zone, 1945-47

Clarissa
In Which Jules Verne Meets Clarissa

Coffinberry
Charade Challenge, 2009
General Conference Charade: An Original Keepa Puzzle
Gladys Irene Hervey Beggs: “Follow the Mormon Trail”
Joan Florence Prangnell: Pioneering Ulster Hostess

Sam Cowley, Jr.
My Father, FBI Special Agent Samuel P. Cowley

Carol Brady Dupuis
Here I Raise Mine Ebenezer

Ellen
Fun in the Mission Field
My First Sacrament Meeting Talk: Intimate Unity with God
Not So Fast

John F.
Herbert Klopfer and the East German Mission During World War II

Gabriel Fidalgo
In His Own Words: Gabriel Gomes Fidalgo, 2012
“Remember” (Souviens-toi)

Kevin Folkman
20th Century Covered Wagon Pioneers
Arizona Pioneer Discovers Mexican Fast Food in 1873!
Can I Trust Leonard Arrington? An Exercise in Historical Provenance
Charlotte Emma Senior King, 1850-1921
“Crossing the Threshold of the Preexistent State”: Hugh J. Cannon, David O. McKay, and the Seasick World Tour
“Down and Back” Immigrant Companies
Far from Arizona: Charles Love Flake, Jr., Pfc, Co. M., 31st Infantry, Siberia
“I Have Had Many Little Presents”: Joseph F. Smith and the Adoption of Edward Arthur Smith
Lee’s Ferry and the Little Colorado: A Pictorial
Finding a Name on a Wall
LDS Soldiers in Siberia, 1918-1919: Thomas Earl Hunsaker
Manifestations of the Holy Ghost vs. Practical Experience: A Historical Perspective
MHA: My First MHA Experience
The Red Triangle Club
The Search for Edward Arthur Smith
Sibling Rivalries: A Note to Joseph F. Smith from His Daughter, Leonora
“A Suitable Program Was Rendered”
Thaddeus Stevens, Mormon Defender (part I), (part II), (part III), (part IV)
Unexpected Tenderness: Joseph F. Smith on the Death of George A. Smith
What Mormon Historical Figure Would You Invite to Thanksgiving Dinner?

Michelle Glauser
John Alvon Glauser: An Elder in Nazi Germany
John Alvon Glauser: Face to Face with History

Andrew Hamilton
Florence Smith Jacobsen: Saving Our Material Heritage

Keith Irwin
Funny Bones, 1904 (2)

Jeffery O. Johnson
Ann Horrocks Marsh: Barely Escaping with Her Life
Review: Sally Denton, Faith and Betrayal: A Pioneer Woman’s Passage in the American West

Scott K (SLK)
Charles Price, surveyed

Kent Larsen
In Novo Hamburgo, Brazil, 1942

William P. MacKinnon
A Few Clarifying Comments
June 26: End of the Utah War?
Long Gone: The Mystery of Gubernatorial Absences in South Carolina and Utah
A “Sea Change” in Mormon Historical Studies
Thoughts for Latter-day Saints among Others: Presidential Decisions on Afghanistan and Vietnam

Maurine
Oliver Cowdery’s Last Testimony
The Shawl of Mary Haskin Parker Richards
Zion’s Boys’ and Girls’ Treasure Book

Middle-aged Mormon Man
The Mormon What????

George Miller
Adamic Language and Masons

Mina
Sled Boy

Glen Nelson
Through Death Valley: The Mormons in Pulp Fiction, 1907

Observer (fka Eric S)
comic strip i did over lunch

Bradford Ogden
Elizabeth “Lizzie” Ramsay: Her Story

Paul Reeve
I Am a Believer, But I Don’t “Just Believe”
Israel’s Netanya Academic College
Mitt Romney, Blackness, and the Book of Mormon, Part 1
Mitt Romney, Blackness, and Brigham Young, Part 2

Clark Ricks
Family History Detective
Hyrum Ricks, Sr.: “For Your Own Good and For Your Salvation”
Samuel Whitney Pincock: Torpedoed!

Reed Russell
George Albert Smith Verifies the End of Time
The Washington, D.C. Chapel

Joseph Soderborg
Foreshadowing in France
Secrets of the Cornerstone to Be Revealed This Saturday
Secrets of the Cornerstone – Revealed (with additional photo gallery)

Jared Tamez
Utah State History Conference, September 20-23, 2012

Tatiana
Ghosts

Amy Tanner Thiriot
see also Eminent Women
see also Volkstrauertag
Another Slave Burial Site in Utah
The Big Table: An Experiment in Communal Living
A Brief Guide to Mitt Romney’s Polygamous Heritage
Cake, Ice Cream, Sandwiches, Potato Salad, and Punch: Family Reunions and Family Associations
Charles W. Penrose Schools His Feelings
Cherries and Cold Milk
Cyrus Wheelock Week

Cyrus Hubbard Wheelock Week
Cyrus Hubbard Wheelock: I Go Devoted to His Cause
Cyrus Hubbard Wheelock: In Desert, On Mountain, On Land or On Sea
Did Cyrus Wheelock Write “My Native Land Farewell?”
The Dramatic Tale of Mary Ann Broomhead Wheelock Rattenberry
The Many Marriages of Cyrus Wheelock
“Ye Elders of Israel,” By Cyrus Hubbard Wheelock

“Died in the Service of Their Fatherland”: Latter-day Saints in Germany, World War I – 1914
“Died in the Service of Their Fatherland”: Latter-day Saints in Germany, World War I – 1915, 1916, 1919
“Died in the Service of Their Fatherland”: Latter-day Saints in Germany, World War I – part one, part two
Ernst Pola: “Do Not Fear!”: A Latter-day Saint in the German Army, 1915
Exciting Times for Mormon Family History: Free Access to Ancestry, MyHeritage, and findmypast
Faith in a Time of Cholera
A Historical Mystery: Thomas Bullock and the Utah County Census
Historical News Flash: Wilford Woodruff’s Vision of the Founding Fathers
Karl Püschel: “Far Away from My Home”: A Latter-day Saint in the German Army, 1918
The Fire and Light Was Always Free: A Case of Pioneer Hospitality
Hannah Last Cornaby

Crossing the Atlantic Ocean
Lead Me to the Rock
To Elder Geo. W. Wilkins
To Mrs. Mary Isaacs
A True Story

Hark (Lay) Wales: A Slave in Zion
In Which We Bid Farewell to NewFamilySearch and Welcome Family Tree
“Lives of Ancestors All Remind Us”: Family History Books
Marinda Redd Bankhead: A Slave in Zion
Oh, What a Puzzle: What if Your Genealogy is “All Done”?
Chaney Redd: Slave in Zion
Remembering Slave Burial Sites: A Memorial Day Post
A Response to the Salt Lake Tribune on Utah’s Dixie and Slave Culture”
The Valentines Return from Switzerland, 1917
What Do Children Notice about Other People’s Houses?

John M. Tippets
Early Days of the Anchorage, Alaska Branch

Grant Vaughan
Addie May Wood and the Value of Education
Beets in White Satin
Brother to Brother, 1886
The Courtship of Addie May Wood, 1901
“Extra” Pre-1978 Missionary Lesson
“Hi, Girls and Fellows of B.Y.U. …”

Brian Whitney
“… Yet Will I Trust in Him”: Elizabeth W. Kane Turns to the Bible

Diana Kilbourn Yates
Dale Kilbourn: “A Gifted Man … Part of the Artistic Heritage of the Church”

David Young
Sled Girl and Friends

Shawn Young
Stories from the Construction of the Laie Temple

History’s Newsroom

A New Series
A Journal Debuts, 1966
The Mormon Battalion, 1846
Opening of the Japanese Mission, 1901
The Sensational Coverage of October Conference, 1854
Statistics of English and Welsh Mormonism, 1851
Terror in Hancock County, 1845

How We Taught Doctrine and Covenants/Church History in the Past

Lesson 4: Remember the New Covenant, Even the Book of Mormon
Lesson 5, “This Is the Spirit of Revelation”
Lesson 6, “I Will Tell You in Your Mind and in Your Heart, by the Holy Ghost
Lesson 7: The First Principles and Ordinances of the Gospel
Lesson 8: The Restoration of the Priesthood
Lesson 9: The Only True and Living Church/a>
Lesson 10: This Is My Voice Unto All
Lesson 11: The Field Is White Already to Harvest
Lesson 12: The Gathering of My People
Lesson 13: This Generation Shall Have My Word through You
Lesson 14: The Law of Consecration
Lesson 15: Seek Ye Earnestly the Best Gifts
Lesson 16: Thou Shalt … Offer Up Thy Sacraments upon My Holy Day”
Lesson 17: “The Law of Tithing and the Law of the Fast”
Lesson 18: “Establish .. a House of God”
Lesson 19: The Plan of Salvation
Lesson 20: The Kingdoms of Glory
Lesson 21: “Looking Forth for the Great Day of the Lord to Come”
Lesson 22: The Word of Wisdom: “A Principle with Promise”
Lesson 23: “Seek Learning, Even by Learning and Also by Faith”
Lesson 24: “Be Not Deceived, but Continue in Steadfastness”
Lesson 25: “The Power of Godliness”
Lesson 26: “Go Ye Into All the World, and Preach My Gospel”
Lesson 27: “They Must Needs Be Chastened and Tried, Even as Abraham”
Lesson 28: “Oh God, Where Art Thou?”
Lesson 30: “The Prisoners Shall Go Free”
Lesson 31: “Sealed … for Time and for All Eternity”
Lesson 38: “In Mine Own Way”
Lesson 39: “The Hearts of the Children Shall Turn to Their Fathers”
Lesson 40: Finding Joy in Temple and Family History Work
Lesson 44: Being Good Citizens
Lesson 45: “The Family is Ordained of God”

How We Taught the New Testament in the Past

Lesson 1: “That Ye Might Believe that Jesus Is the Christ”
Lesson 2: “My Soul doth Magnify the Lord”
Lesson 3: Unto You Is Born a Saviour
Lesson 4: Prepare ye the Way of the Lord
Lesson 5: Born Again
Lesson 6: They Straightway Left Their Nets
Lesson 7: [He] Took Our Infirmities, and Bare Our Sicknesses
Lesson 8: The Sermon on the Mount: A More Excellent Way
Lesson 9: Seek Ye First the Kingdom of God
Lesson 10: Take My Yoke upon You, and Learn of Me
Lesson 11: He Spake Many Things unto Them in Parables
Lesson 12: I Am the Bread of Life
Lesson 13: I Will Give unto Thee the Keys of the Kingdom
Lesson 14: Who Is My Neighbour?
Lesson 15: I Am the Light of the World
Lesson 16: I Was Blind, Now I See
Lesson 17: What Shall I Do That I May Inherit Eternal Life?
Lesson 18: He Was Lost, and is Found
Lesson 19: Thy Faith Hath Saved Thee
Lesson 20: Woe unto You, Hypocrites
Lesson 21: What Is the Sign of Thy Coming?
Lesson 22: Inherit the Kingdom Prepared for You
Lesson 23: Love One Another, As I Have Loved You
Lesson 24: This Is Life Eternal
Lesson 25: Not My Will, But Thine, Be Done
Lesson 26: To This End Was I Born
Lesson 27: He Is Not Here, for He Is Risen
Lesson 28: We Are Witnesses
Lesson 29: The Number of the Disciples Was Multiplied
Lesson 30: God Is No Respecter of Persons
Lesson 31: And So Were the Churches Established in the Faith
Lesson 32: Live in the Spirit
Lesson 33: Ye Are the Temple of God
Lesson 34: Keep the Ordinances, As I Delivered Them
Lesson 35: Be Ye Reconciled to God
Lesson 36: Beloved of God, Called to Be Saints
Lesson 37: Jesus Christ: The Author and Finisher of Our Faith
Lesson 38: Thou Hast Testified of Me
Lesson 39: For the Perfecting of the Saints
Lesson 40: I Can Do All Things through Christ
Lesson 41: I Have Finished My Course
Lesson 42: Pure Religion
Lesson 43: A Chosen Generation
Lesson 44: God Is Love
Lesson 45: He That Overcometh Shall Inherit All Things
Lesson 46: “He Will Dwell with Them and They Shall Be His People”

How We Taught the Old Testament in the Past

Old Testament Manual
Lesson 1: “This Is My Work and My Glory”
Lesson 2: “Thou Wast Chosen Before Thou Wast Born”
Lesson 3: The Creation
Lesson 4: “Because of My Transgression My Eyes Are Opened”
Lesson 5: “If Thou Doest Well Thou Shalt Be Accepted”
Lesson 6: “Noah … Prepared an Ark to the Saving of His House”
Lesson 7: The Abrahamic Covenant
Lesson 8: Living Righteously in a Wicked World
Lesson 9: “God Will Provide Himself a Lamb”
Lesson 10: Birthright Blessings: Marriage in the Covenant
Lesson 11: “How Can I Do this Great Wickedness?”
Lesson 12: “Fruitful in the Land of My Affliction”
Lesson 13: Bondage, Passover, and Exodus
Lesson 14: “Ye Shall Be a Peculiar Treasure unto Me”
Lesson 15: “Look to God and Live”
Lesson 16: “I Cannot Go Beyond the Word of the Lord”
Lesson 17: “Beware Lest Thou Forget”
Lesson 18: “Be Strong and of a Good Courage”
Lesson 19: The Reign of the Judges
Lesson 20: “All the City … Doth Know that Thou Art a Virtuous Woman”
Lesson 21: “God Will Honor Those Who Honor Him”
Lesson 22: “The Lord Looketh on the Heart”
Lesson 23: “The Lord Be Between Thee and Me Forever”
Lesson 24: “Create in Me a Clean Heart”
Lesson 25: “Let Every Thing that hath Breath Praise the Lord”
Lesson 26: King Solomon: Man of Wisdom, Man of Foolishness
Lesson 27: The Influence of Wicked and Righteous Leaders
Lesson 28: “After the Fire, a Still, Small Voice”
Lesson 29: “He Took Up the Mantle of Elijah”
Lesson 30: Come to the House of the Lord
Lesson 31: Happy Is the Man that Findeth Wisdom
Lesson 32: “I Know That My Redeemer Liveth”
Lesson 33: Sharing the Gospel with the World
Lesson 34: “I Will Betroth Thee Unto Me in Righteousness”
Lesson 35: God Reveals His Secrets to his Prophets
Lesson 36: “The Glory of Zion Will Be a Defense”
Lesson 37: “Thou Hast Done Wonderful Things”
Lesson 38: Beside Me There Is No Saviour
Lesson 39: How Beautiful Upon the Mountains
Lesson 40: Enlarge the Place of Thy Tent
Lesson 41: “I Have Made Thee This Day an Iron Pillar”
Lesson 42: “I Will Write It in Their Hearts”
Lesson 43: The Shepherds of Israel
Lesson 44: Every Thing Shall Live Whither the River Cometh
Lesson 45: If I Perish, I Perish
Lesson 46: A Kingdom Which Shall Never Be Destroyed
Lesson 47: Let Us Rise Up and Build
Lesson 48: The Great and Dreadful Day of the Lord

Humor

19th Century Knock Knock Jokes
Adam and His Nerve
Bacteriological Verse
Funny Bones (redirects to a subpage with links to all Funny Bones posts)
George Albert Smith Verifies the End of Time
Horse on a Mission
The Joke’s On Us
The Joke’s on Us – 2: Artemus Ward: A Mormon Romance
The Joke’s on Us (3)
The Joke’s on Us: Folk Song Edition
The Joke’s on Us (5)
Life Among the Mormons, 1970
A Math Problem
More 19th Century Knock Knock Jokes
Mormon Standard Time
Original Keepa 1870: Franco-Prussian War
Proper Use of the Word “Moisture”: A Primer for Utah Mormons
Saturday Remix (redirects to a subpage with links to all Saturday Remix posts)
Still More 19th Century Knock Knock Jokes
True Life Funny Bones from the Mission Field
President Hinckley Came by it Honestly
Unexpected Insight into Book of Mormon Culture
Wit’s Ends: British LDS Humor, 1944,1944 (2),1944 (3)

“I Take Up My Pen”: Historical Mormon Letterheads

Argentine Mission, 1938
Arizona Temple, 1946
Bannock Stake, 1896
Big Horn Basin Colonization Company, 1904
Bingham Stake, Idaho, 1899
Bishops’ Storehouse, Springville, Utah, 1906
Brazilian Mission, 1936
Brigham Young College (Logan), 1901
Bullion Beck Mine, 1890
Bullion Beck Mine, 1892
Bureau of Information, 1904
Bureau of Information, 1928
Bureau of Information, Hill Cumorah, 1937
BYU Alumni Association, 1947
C.C.A. Christensen, 1893
Christopher Layton, 1897
Colorado Mission
C.R. Savage Art Bazar, 1893
Czechoslovak Mission, 1937
Deseret Industries, 1944
Deseret News, 1906
Deseret News Publshing Co., 1898
Eastern States Mission, 1909
Edward W. Tullidge, 1889
Fremont Stake, Idaho, 1900
French Mission, 1924
French Mission, 1939
General Music Committee, 1937
Generic Mormon Stationery, 1887
George Q. Cannon Association, 1904
Granite Stake President, 1928
Grant Stake Correlation Committee, 1941

H. Schatti Hinwil Confiseriefabrik, 1937
Heber J. Grant & Co., 1901
Historian’s Office, 1889
Holbrook and Fort Apache Stage Line, 1897
Hotel Templeton, 1892
Hotel Utah, 1921
Japanese Mission, 1941
Juvenile Instructor, 1929
Ka Elele Oiaio, 1910
Kanab Co-operative Stock Company, 1892
Kitchener Branch, 1941
Knight Sugar Cco., Ltd., 1906
Lamanite Genealogical Society, 1921
LDS Servicemen’s Committee, 1945
Logan Knitting Factory, 1903
London Conference, British Mission, 1916
Lawrence Madsen, Stake Clerk, 1947
Manhattan Ward, 1945
Manti Temple, 1891
Manti Temple, 1950
Marconigram, 1930
McMahan’s Detective Agency, 1894
The Mexican Coloniztion and Agricultural Company, 1903
Mexican Mission, 1906
Mid-Summer Carnival, 1896
Middle States Mission, 1902
Middle Tennessee Conference, Southern States Mission, 1898
Mormon Tabernacle Choir, 1911
National Anti-Mormon League
Netherlands-Belgium Mission, 1909
Niobrara, Nebraska Branch, Western States Mission, 1946
Northwestern States Mission, 1918
O.H. Berg, 1900
Ogden, Utah Knitting Co., 1932
Palestine-Syrian Mission, 1947
Phillips & Kimball Co., 1900
Phoenix Stake Relief Society, 1950
Pioneer Jubilee, 1897
Presiding Bishop’s Office, 1901
Provo Stake, 1902
Provo Woolen Mills, 1898
Ralph V. Chamberlin, 1922
Ricks College, 1933
Ricks Normal College, 1920
Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce, 1893
Salt Lake Dramatic Association, 1889
Salt Lake Knitting Works, 1906
Salt Lake Stake, 1903
Salt Lake Temple, 1894
San Luis Stake Academy, 1921
Scandinavian Meetings, 1921
Seattle Stake, 1942
South African Mission, 1929
South Los Angeles Stake, 1945
Spanish American Mission, 1945
St. George Stake, 1901
St. George Stake, 1949
St. John’s and Round Valley Seminaries, 1941
St. John’s Cooperative, 1900
St. Joseph Stake, 1898
Station KSL, 1932
Swen Peterson, 1928
Swiss Mission, 1901
Swiss and German Mission, 1904
Swiss-German Organization, 1947
Syria, 1908
Tabernacle Choir, 1903
Tabernacle Choir, 1903 (another form)
Tahitian Mission, 1931
Taylor Bros. Co.,, 1906
Taylor Stake, 1909
Taylor Stake, Alberta, 1904
Te Karere, 1930
Temple Square Hotel, 1930
Temple Square Mission and Bureau of Information, 1946
Territory of Arizona, 1901
Trustee-in-Trust, 1911
University of Deseret, 1892
University of Utah, 1919
University Ward, 1963
Utah Agricultural College, 1892
Utah Indian War Veterans, 1920
Utah-Posten, 1914
Utah State Auditor, 1920
Washington, D.C. Chapel, 1940
Wayne Stake, 1900
Weber Stake Young Men’s MIA, 1901
ZCMI, 1897
ZCMI, 1940
ZCMI 1944
Zion’s Printing and Publishing Co., 1941

In Memoriam

Lorna Call Alder (1906-2013)
Life of a Century: A Tribute to Lorna Call Alder, 1906-2013
[LaMar C. Berrett and Leland Gentry:] The Bell Tolls
Ronald Davis Bitton, 1930-2007
Muriel Olive Mason Cuthberg, 1927-2012
In Memory of Karl-Heinz Schnibbe
James E. Faust, 1920-2007
Dale Kilbourn
Brigham D. Madsen (1914-2010)
[Mountain Meadows:] “The most difficult of all the many subjects”
Jay Welch, Former Mormon Tabernacle Choir Director, Has Died
Joseph B. Wirthlin, age 91, Has Passed Away

In Our Ward (how I taught the Gospel Doctrine/Relief Society lessons)

Doctrine and Covenants

Lesson 18: “Establish … a House of God”
Lesson 20: The Kingdoms of Glory
Lesson 22: The Word of Wisdom: “A Principle with Promise”
Lesson 27: “They Must Needs Be Chastened and Tried, Even as Abraham”
Lesson 28: “O God,Where Art Thou?”
Lesson 30: “The Prisoners Shall Go Free”
Lesson 32: “To Seal the Testimony”
Lesson 34: Faith in Every Footstep
Lesson 36: “The Desert Shall Rejoice, and Blossom as the Rose”
Lesson 38: “In Mine Own Way”
Lesson 40: Finding Joy in Temple and Family History Work
Lesson 42: Continuing Revelation to Latter-day Prophets
Lesson 44: Being Good Citizens
Lesson 46: “Zion – The Pure in Heart”

Book of Mormon

Lesson 2: “All Things According to his Will”
Lesson 4: “The Things Which I Saw While I Was Carried Away in the Spirit”
Lesson 6: “Free to Choose Liberty and Eternal Life”
Lesson 8: “O How Great the Goodness of Our God”
Lesson 10: “He Inviteth All to Come Unto Him”
Lesson 12: “Seek Ye for the Kingdom of God”
Lesson 14: “For a Wise Purpose”
Lesson 18: God Himself Shall Redeem His People
Lesson 20: My Soul Is Pained No More
Lesson 22: Have Ye Received His Image in Your Countenances?
Lesson 24: Give Us Strength According to Our Faith in Christ
Lesson 26: Converted unto the Lord
Lesson 28: The Word Is in Christ unto Salvation
Lesson 30: The Great Plan of Happiness
Lesson 32: They Did Obey Every Word of Command with Exactness
Lesson 34: How Could You Have Forgotten Your God?
Lesson 36: On the Morrow Come I into the World
Lesson 38: Old Things Are Done Away and All Things Have Become New
Lesson 42: This Is My Gospel

Gospel Principles

Gospel Principles, Lesson 15: The Life of Christ

New Testament

Lesson 1: That Ye Might Believe that Jesus Is the Christ
Lesson 3: Unto You Is Born a Saviour
Lesson 15: I Am the Light of the World
Lesson 17: What Shall I Do that I May Inherit Eternal Life?
Lesson 19: Thy Faith Hath Saved Thee
Lesson 21: What Is the Sign of Thy Coming?
Lesson 23: Love One Another, As I Have Loved You
Lesson 25: Not My Will, But Thine, Be Done
Lesson 27: He Is Not Here, for He Is Risen
Lesson 31: And So Were the Churches Established in the Faith
Lesson 33: Ye Are the Temple of God
Lesson 35: Be Ye Reconciled to God
Lesson 37: Jesus Christ: The Author and Finisher of Our Faith
Lesson 39: For the Perfecting of the Saints
Lesson 41: “I Have Finished My Course”
Lesson 43: “A Chosen Generation”
Lesson 45: “He That Overcometh Shall Inherit All Things”

Old Testament (2014)

Introduction to the Old Testament
Lesson 1: “This Is My Work and My Glory”
Lesson 2: “Thou Wast Chosen Before Thou Wast Born”
Lesson 3: “The Creation”
Lesson 5: “If Thou Doest Well, Thou Shalt Be Accepted
Lesson 7: The Abrahamic Covenant
Lesson 9: “God Will Provide Himself a Lamb”
Lesson 13: Bondage, Passover and Exodus
Lesson 15: “Look to God and Live”
Lesson 17: “Beware Lest Thou Forget”
Lesson 18: “Be Strong and of a Good Courage”
Lesson 19: “The Reign of the Judges”
Lesson 23: “The Lord Be Between Thee and Me For Ever”
Lesson 25: “Let Every Thing that Hath Breath Praise the Lord”
Lesson 27: The Influence of Wicked and Righteous Leaders
Lesson 28: “After the Fire a Still, Small Voice”
Lesson 29: “He Took Up the Mantle of Elijah”
Lesson 31: “Happy Is the Man that Findeth Wisdom”
Lesson 33: Sharing the Gospel with the World
Lesson 35: God Reveals His Secrets to His Prophets
Lesson 36: The Glory of Zion Will Be a Defense
Lesson 37: “Thou Hast Done Wonderful Things”
Lesson 38: “Beside Me There Is No Saviour”
Lesson 39: How Beautiful Upon the Mountains
Lesson 42: “I Will Write It in Their Hearts”
Lesson 43: The Shepherds of Israel

Old Testament (2010)

Lesson 2: “Thou Wast Chosen Before Thou Wast Born”
Lesson 4: “Because of My Transgression My Eyes Are Opened”
Lesson 6: “Noah … Prepared an Ark to the Saving of His House”
Lesson 7: The Abrahamic Covenant
Lesson 9: “God Will Provide Himself a Lamb”
Lesson 11: “How Can I Do This Great Wickedness?”
Lesson 13: Bondage, Passover and Exodus
Lesson 14: “Ye Shall Be a Peculiar Treasure Unto Me”
Lesson 16: “I Cannot Go Beyond the Word of the Lord”
Lesson 18: “Be Strong and of Good Courage”
Lesson 20: “All the City … Doth Know That Thou Art a Virtuous Woman”
Lesson 24: “Create in Me a Clean Heart”
Lesson 26: King Solomon: Man of Wisdom, Man of Foolishness
Lesson 28: After the Fire, a Still, Small Voice
Lesson 30: Come to the House of the Lord
Lesson 32: “I Know that My Redeemer Liveth”
Lesson 36: The Glory of Zion Will Be a Defense
Lesson 38: “Beside Me There is No Savior”
Lesson 40: Enlarge the Place of Thy Tent
Lesson 42: “I Will Write It in Their Hearts”
Lesson 44: “Every Thing Shall Live Whither the River Cometh”
Lesson 45: “If I Perish, I Perish”

Teachings for Our Times

Acquiring and Recognizing Spiritual Guidance
“Be Ready”

Gospel Doctrine Lesson 35: Reporting on My Lesson
“The Long-Promised Day” (with slides and PowerPoint download)

In Their Own Words

Alison: My Conversion Story, 2009
Annie Abels, 1899
Andre K. Anastasiou, 1946
Doris Annie Axe, 1929
Frantiska Vesela Brodil, ca. 1931
Albert A. Cole, 1941
Rose Harriet Cook, 1904
Muriel Olive Mason Cuthbert, 1958
Andrew Leslie Derbyshire, 1922
Gabriel Gomes Fidalgo, 2012
Arnold G— n , 1950
Arnold Goodliffe, 1907
Sarah Granger Kimball, 1884
George Henry Greatorex, 1917
Newsome Kirk, 1951
“A Mother,” 1948
Ei (Asano) Nachie Nagao, 1916
Henry Joseph James Nielson, 1897
Friedrich Nitsche, 1946
Walter Lee Noblin, 1908
Pearl Whitlock Peterson, 1938
Alfred George Pollard: How I Reached Zion, 1892
Sarah E. Tollerton Buck Rand, 1939
Carolyn Wright Snow, 1930
James E. Talmage, 1893
Ralph Watson, 1897
Kimi Yamada, 1907

Keepapitchinin

Advent 2012
Advice for Difficult Days
Ardis Will Be Out Awhile But is Hoping to Be Back Soon
Are you having trouble posting comments?
The “Best of” Post, 2013
Coming Next Week at Keepapitchinin
Cornerstone Post is Coming
“did mormans invent jello”
Disclaimer
Don’t Steal from Keepa
Editorial
From Google to Keepa, What They’re Looking For
Good Morning — What Brings You Here Today?
Is It Ethical to Eat Mormons?
Keepa Cometh
Keepa for Kindle
Keepa Goes a-Twittering
Keepa is Now on Facebook
Keepa Kuriosities
Keepa on Facebook
Keepa Now on Kindle
Keepa: On Hiatus
Keepa, Pitch, ’n’ Indy
Keepa’s Back on Line
Keepa’s Niblets
Keepa’s Topical Guide
Keepa’s Wordle
Letting Cats Out of Bags
Mea culpa, mea maxima culpa
Memorial Day Marathon
Navel-Gazing Fun
The Niblets Are Back
’Ninny-Sourcing: Can You Help Me Out?
’Ninny-Sourcing: Stop the Presses!
No Less Powerful
A Note to Contributors
A Note to RSS Subscribers
Notice to “Friends of 292”
On Hiatus
One Thousand \’wən ‘thaụ̣̣-zən(d)\
Philadelphia-area Snacker, Saturday, May 16
Pits and Bieces
Poll: What Do You Want from Keepa, Anyway?
Reposting Keepa Stories (Copyright and Courtesy)
Salutatory
Some Favorite Posts from Pre-Keepa Days
State of the Blog Address
Tell It All
“This Silly M-W-F Nonsense”: A Poll
Three Thousand
Topical Guide Is Back
Want to Write a Guest Post?
We’re Five
What was happening in the Church when you were born?
When Keepa Worlds Collide
A Word about the Next Week or Two
Would a Woman Named Ardis Wear a Hooded Cloak?
Year-End Report (or, Narcissism Run Amok)

Latter-day Saint Lives

Abigail Smith Abbott: Mormon Battalion “Widow”
James and Sophie Anderson: Christmas in the Time of the Plague
James Shelby Arrigona: Latter-day Saint on Bikini Atoll
[Frank D. Bailey:] A Latter-day Saint in a German POW Camp
Marinda Redd Bankhead: A Slave in Zion
Mary Walters Baxter: Always Kind, Always Ready
[Orestes Utah Bean:] Oh, You Bean!
Gladys Irene Hervey Beggs: “Follow the Mormon Trail”
Emma Lee Pouncey Bertrand: “Mother Bertrand”
James Blaine Bevell: Providing for His Family
John M. Bernhisel: The Doctor and the Library
[Cora Philena Birdsall]: Remembering Cora Birdsall
Jane Simpson Bleakley: Lone Latter-day Saint in Ceylon
John V. Bluth: “Notes Penciled on Scratches of Paper”
Carl Clifton Booth: The Good Shepherd of West Dallas
Jay Brady: “Let Us Pray”
Roy Bundy, Cliven’s Grandpa
Annie Griffith Burbank: Among the Gentiles
Douglas C. Busath: Finding “Home” in New Guinea
“The Brilliance of His Mind and the Sincerity of Testimony”: Richard L. Bushman, 1953
North to Alaska: Edward G. Cannon and Kedzie N. Winnie and Kedzie Noble Winnie Writes from Nome, 1912
Annie LaVaun Carr and Loraine West Rich: Two Child Artists, 1921
Stephen Andrew Childers: Power and Authority
Gardell Dano Christensen: To Tell the World of Faraway Places
Frances Swan Clark: A Kindness Remembered
Malinda Carroll Hudson Conder: Mother of Martyrs
Hannah Last Cornaby

Crossing the Atlantic Ocean
Lead Me to the Rock
To Elder Geo. W. Wilkins
To Mrs. Mary Isaacs
A True Story

Samuel P. Cowley: A Simple Man
My Father, FBI Special Agent Samuel P. Cowley
John Philip Dalby: Musician Storyteller, Artist
Ora Johnson Dalton: Willing to Assist Him
Frederick Vincent Dankowske: A Pilgrim but Not a Stranger
Gohar Yeghaiyan Davidian: A Latter-day Saint in Syria
Hazel Dawn: The Pink Lady
[Henri Edouard] Ned Desaules and the United Order (1 of 2) (2 of 2)
Julie Desaules Desaules: Heart of Her Extended Family
Antonio E. Duran: Converted by the Book of Mormon
Ruth Farnsworth: A Life of Joy and Generosity
Ruth Farnsworth Revisited (with new photos)
Alfons Joseph Finck: Soldier and Missionary
Far from Arizona: Charles Love Flake, Jr., Pfc, Co. M., 31st Infantry, Siberia
[Leon J. Folkman:] Finding a Name on a Wall
John the Baptist Gayler: “Come In!”
John Alvon Glauser: Face to Face with History
Jonah Gomez: Loving Life
Jensine Hostmark Grundvig: Zionward
Lafayette Guymon: “I’ll Let God Keep the Records”
Anaïse Guyot: The Girl They Left Behind (with her letter in her original French)
Sarah Day Hall: Southern Mother in Israel
Fred Mack Hamel: Latter-day Saint, World War II POW
Josephine Marie Augustine de la Harpe Ludert Ursenbach: From the Tsar’s Court to the Kingdom of God
[Hettie Hilda Harper:] The Pied Piper of Dudley Port
Boyd Ottinger Hatch: New Hope
George Armstrong Hicks: Dixie Mormon/Voice of Dissent
Orrilla Northway Rose Higley: “If You Should Have a Chance to Hear a Mormon Elder Preach”
Charlotte Lee Hobby: “In Full Fellowship,” 1896
LDS Soldiers in Siberia, 1918-1919: Thomas Earl Hunsaker
Tahauri a Hutihuti: Thirty Years
Hubert Huysecom: “I Did All I Could”
[George and Ann Prior Jarvis:] Faith in a Time of Cholera
Eulah Marie Jewett: Queen for a Day, Daughter Forever
Anne Maria Jewkes: “My Father Has Called Me Away”
William Alonzo Hyde: More Than the Author of an Article
Florence Smith Jacobsen: Saving Our Material Heritage
Owen Pierce Jones: Second Sight
Willard Larson Jones: Better for Him Having Been a Part
Clifford F.D. Kangas, 1947-1967
George Katene: “I Did Not Wish to Make This a Letter of Farewell”
Dale Kilbourn: “A Gifted Man … Part of the Artistic Heritage of the Church”
J. Golden Kimball, in His Own Words
Charlotte Emma Senior King, 1850-1921
[William A. King:] The Case of the Missing Pioneer
[Carl Kjar:] Missionary Imprisoned for Civil Infraction, 1910
Herbert Klopfer and the East German Mission During World War II
Herta Klara Kullick: Key to a Continent
Catherine Garber Laine: The Role of Her Lifetime
Frederick Lamb: A Wartime Incident
[Annette Tilleman Lantos] “Aviva Levine”: The God of Her Fathers
John Menzies Macfarlane: Far, Far Away and Not So Long Ago
Ann Horrocks Marsh: Barely Escaping with Her Life
Russell Lowell Maughan: Dawn-to-Dusk Pioneer of the Air
Indianna Mary Maybert: More than the Way Her Life Ended
[Margaret Baker McKinnon:] The Little Girl and the Sunday School Superintendent: A Story in Four Short Acts
[Emily Wittenbaker McMahon:] Tracing Emily
Laura Rees Merrill: Replacing Fear with Peace
[John Edward Miles, Jr.:] Avalanche!
Andrew Julius Miller: A Brother
[Temperance Westwood Moon:] A Poet and His Nursemaid
Arthur Elijah Morgan: “Made Sense”
William S. Muir: Builder in the Kingdom
Tsune Ishida Nachie: Preaching the Gospel, Redeeming the Dead
John Newbold: The Gift of Healing
[How to Write a Post: Finding] Walter E. Noblin’s Story
Moroni Olsen: Class Act
Ellen Briggs Douglas Parker: Where Her Treasure Was
Bernice Taylor Parshall: A Teacher in Zion
William O. Pederson: “What We Learned from World War II”
Samuel Whitney Pincock: Torpedoed!
Ernst Pola: “Do Not Fear!”: A Latter-day Saint in the German Army, 1915
Johanna Tippett Porter: In Active Service to the End
Joan Florence Prangnell: Pioneering Ulster Hostess
Charles Price, surveyed
Karl Püschel: “Far Away from My Home”: A Latter-day Saint in the German Army, 1918
Elizabeth “Lizzie” Ramsay: Her Story
Chaney Redd: Slave in Zion
David Leo Reeve: Remembering the Fallen
[Harry Reid:] A Good Man
[Roy Lee Richardson:] Will They Remember Me?
Hyrum Ricks, Sr.: “For Your Own Good and For Your Salvation”
Christina Olsen Rockwell: Visiting Teacher
Venus Robinson Rossiter: Learning to Serve
[Elizabeth Jefford Drake Ballam Davis Roundy] A Day in the Life of a Sister Missionary in London, 1852
Evelyn Nessie Eleanor Rudd: “A Humble Working Woman” Doing the Lord’s Work
Charlotte Owens Sackett: Teaching the Sisters to Sing
Saim Abd al-Samid: “That Tried Friend” and “All Unknown” No More
Friedrich Schulzke: “It Fell to My Lot to Guide the Little Branch” (with Friedrich Schulzke Photo Album)
Edmund Simister: A Soldier’s Testimony, 1917 (part 1), (part 2)
[Sidney Bailey Smith:] “Being a Mormon, the More I Trembled the More I Prayed”: A Guardsman’s Testimony, 1918
“In This Her Day of Grief”: Annie Christensen Stevens, Home from Samoa
Jens Leslie Stevenson: Called to Serve
Pahoa a Tahiaroa: Returning and Reporting
Stephen Taylor: Desiring Only a Fit Out for the Valley
Ingvald Conrad Thoresen: Taking the Gospel to Vingaker
Dorothy Utahna Tidwell, Age 12, to the Rescue
[James Tillman:] Undercover for the Lord
Two Little English Boys
Joseph Paul Vorst:Regionalist Artist, with Gallery
Hark (Lay) Wales: A Slave in Zion
Norlan G. and Sheron R. Walker: Service in the Nuclear Age
Kaimi Wenger Mugshots, 1992, 1998
Gustav Wersland: Branch President/Agent of the Norwegian Underground
Sarah Wheatcroft: Service for the Dead
Cyrus Wheelock Week

Cyrus Hubbard Wheelock Week
Cyrus Hubbard Wheelock: I Go Devoted to His Cause
Cyrus Hubbard Wheelock: In Desert, On Mountain, On Land or On Sea
Did Cyrus Wheelock Write “My Native Land Farewell?”
The Dramatic Tale of Mary Ann Broomhead Wheelock Rattenberry
The Many Marriages of Cyrus Wheelock
“Ye Elders of Israel,” By Cyrus Hubbard Wheelock

The Dramatic Tale of Mary Ann Broomhead Wheelock Rattenberry
Lorin Farrar Wheelwright: An Early Adventure
[Charles Henry Wilcken:] Forget Polygamists – Mitt Descends from a DESERTER!!!!
Albina Merrill Williams: Fearless, and Not to Be Trifled With
John Williams: A Latter-day Saint Under Oath
Luther M. Winsor: “My Assignment Here in Persia”
Addie May Wood and the Value of Education
The Courtship of Addie May Wood, 1901
Peter C. Wood: Brother to Brother, 1886
Mary Hale Woolsey: Always Springtime
Nathan Young Comes Home
Geertruida Lodder Zippro: The Extra Mile (Further on Sister Zippro)

The Liberal Mormon

Introduction
A “Liberal” Label (Richard L. Evans)
The Doctrine of Non-Resistance
Hospitality and Liberality
The Lord’s Plan for Difficult Times
Property as a Means to Spiritual Ends
The Social Teachings of Jesus as Applied Today
Watch for the Union Label
Wilford Woodruff on Liberality
“Your Attitude Toward Poverty”
“Your Attitude Toward War”

Magazine Cover Art

Almost Everybody I Know Is at Mormon History Association
American Independence:

June 27, June 28, June 29, June 30, July 1, July 2, July 3, July 4

Betsy Ross – Mormon Cover Girl
Best Wishes
Children’s Friend:1926, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1958, 1962, 1963, 1964
Christmas Day
Debut of The Young Woman’s Journal
Easter Season Cover Art
Firstborn Son
Halloween Cover Art:1926 , 1951, 1953, 1960, 1961, 1964
Happy Birthday, Mr. Lincoln
Happy Independence Day! (1),
Happy Independence Day! (2)
Happy Pioneer Day!
Happy Valentine’s Day!
Improvement Era, 1948, 1963
In Thanksgiving Daily:

November 15, November 16, November 17, November 18, November 19, November 20, November 21, November 22, November 23, November 24, November 25, November 26, November 27, November 28, November 29, November 30

It’s Covered
Juvenile Instructor, 1915, 1926, 1929
Keeping Watch
O Come, O Come, Emmanuel:

December 1, December 2, December 3, December 4, December 5, December 6, December 7, December 8, December 9, December 10, December 11, December 12, December 13, December 14, December 15, December 16, December 17, December 18, December 19, December 20, December 21, December 22, December 23, December 24, December 25, December 26, December 27, December 28, December 29, December 30, December 31

Relief Society Magazine, 1917, 1941
Two of His Lambs
Veterans’ Day
We Gather Together to Ask the Lord’s Blessing
We’ll Find the Place:

July 8, July 9, July 10, July 11, July 12, July 13, July 14, July 15, July 16, July 17, July 18, July 19, July 20, July 21, July 22 (with a bonus folksong), July 23, July 24

Westward the Pioneers

Match Your Judgment

Match Your Judgment Against Brigham Young’s: The Question, The Answer
2. A Question of Silver Mines, The Answer on Silver Mines

“MIA, Our MIA”

Opening Social, 1920

Mission History, 1949

England
Europe
Hawaiian Islands
Latin America
Orient
Palestine
Society Islands

Mollie Higginson

How to Get to Heaven (1915)
An Interesting Experience (1917)
Is “Mormonism” a Delusion? (1921)
Religious Liberty (1915)
What Does the WorldOwe You? (1916)
Who Is Responsible for the War? (1918)

Mormon History Coloring Book, 1923

January: Loyalty to Principles
February Meeting Other Peoples
March: “Trade and Barter”
April: “Amusements”
May: “In Times of Distress”
June: “Response to Good Leadership”
July: “Missionary Activities”
August: “Temple Building”
September: “Industrial Growth”
October: “Improvement in Communication and Transportation”
November: “Agricultural Growth
December: “An Open Door to All”

Mormon Life and Culture

Achtung! Grosse Konferenz, 1928
“Adjustment Problems of the Modern Woman”: What Our Parents Learned about Women in 1947
Administering the Sacrament
The Adventures of Mr. Fly
American Idol, 1873
And All that Jazz
And the Angel Answered
Autumn Symphony: Orchestra at Temple Square
The Awesome Task of Peace
B. H. Roberts, on Tracting
“Barley … for Mild Drinks”: Danish Beer
Barnabee Bumbleberry and the Great Mustache Debate of 1960
“Be a True, Progressive Latter-day Saint Woman”
Be Definite
Be Ye Perfect, Even as Mantua Ward Was Perfect
The Best Beards in Mormon History
The Best Beards in Mormon History: Best in Show
The Best Beards in Mormon History: Results Show
The Birds and the Bees: “Our Sacred Secret”
Birth of a Mormon Tradition: Jello!
The Body of a Man
Book of Mormon Geography
Book of Mormon Translations, Arabic, 1893
Brethren in Blackface
A Brief Guide to Mitt Romney’s Polygamous Heritage
Briefing Mormon Families on the New Media: Television, 1959
“Brigham Young” (1940): 20th Century Fox Studio Publicity
The Bright New Star: A Christmas Playlet
“Bringing Home a New Wife,” 1907
Build Your Very Own Salt Lake City, ca. 1941
A Bundle of Bandlos; see also: Bandlos (old post, new illustrations)
But Don’t You Want the Priesthood?
A Card:

Autumn
Autumn (2)
Christmas Candles
Color Me Khaki
Coming Forth
Commemorating the Relief Society
Easter
Faith’s Torch
Glory to God in the Highest
The Grinch Has Already Stolen Christmas!
He is Risen!
Madonna
Merry Christmas
The Message of Easter
November
Prohibition, 1933
Thrift (in honor [?] of the debt ceiling fiasco)
Winter

“Chase Me Girls”
A Celebration of the Months: Children’s Friend, 1929

January
February
April
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

The Childless Ones
The Childless Woman: Some Correlation Needed
Christmas in the Sunday Schools, 1943
Christmas Worship, 1961
Church History, and Resilience to Challenge
Church Presidents Timeline, 1959
“Clear the Fort”and “Pull for Shore” Physical Activities for Young Men, 1963
Coasting in Paperville (1918)
comic strip i did over lunch
The Coming of Color, 1966
Concert Prayer
Concert Recitations
Constipation
“Corianton”: Genealogy of a Mormon Phenomenon
Costumes, We’ve Got Costumes, 1956
The Courage of the Women of Zion: A Radio Dramatization
A Creche for the Kids to Color and Cut Out
“The Credit It Deserves”: Respecting Religious Organizations
Crossing the Plains Panorama, 1921, part 1,part 2,part 3,part 4
December, 1926
Deseret: The Opera: background, Act I, Act II, Act III
The Destiny of the Unmarried
Devotees of Defamation
“Dialogue from the Book of Mormon,” by Susa Young Gates
Do Not Raise the Sacred Strain, Gently or Otherwise
Don’t Rise and Shout – er, Sing
Don’t Sing a Lie
Dotting the Earth with … Baptismal Fonts
“Down and Back” Immigrant Companies
Dressing the Dead, (Reprise)
Dressing the Deacons and Teachers and Priests, Again, with Follow-up to “Dressing the Deacons”
Elves and Fairies and Brownies
“Embellished with Parks and Groves”: Washington Irving in Missouri
“Era of Youth”: A Later Issue
Eric Nielson, “The Secret Life of Earl Johnson”
“Embarrassed by Showing So Much”
Eskimoses
An Example of Anti-Intellectualism in the Church
Execution
“Exterminate!”
“Extra” Pre-1978 Missionary Lesson
Extra! Mormon Apostle Admits the Church is “In Business, and Big Business at That”
Fannie Foldup
“Father Says …”
Fathers and Sons Outings, 1926
Financial Planning, 1931
For Mina on Her Birthday (cowgirl paper doll)
The Four Quests of Home Building, 1942
The Fourth Emphasis is Here
“Flu Time”
For “God Saw That It Was Good”
“For the Lord is Risen”
Games I Hope We Never See Again, 1949
General Conference, Zwickau, 1928
“A Generation Which Does Not Think of War”: What Our Grandmothers Wanted for Us, 1936
George Albert Smith Photo Montage
Of Gifts and Rods and “Things of Nature”
Go Get a Rat Trap, Bigger than a Cat Trap
God’s Acre
Goddess of Air, 1935
Grace of Deity – Sacraments of the Church – Individual Merit
The Grave Hath No Victory
Great Fall Conference at Berlin, 1927
Grubby Boys and Tomboy Girls: Mormon Tweens
Gun Safety for Kids, 1868
Halloween, 1926, Halloween, 1932, Halloween, 1935, Halloween, 1944
Halloween Paper Dolls, 1951
Halloween Party, 1935
Handling Politics in Church Classes
Happy New Year, from 1938
Have Courage to Say “I Don’t Know”
“Health Is Abundance of Life”
Heber J. Grant Photo Montage
Here I Raise Mine Ebenezer
Here We Come a-Caroling
Home Builders, 1942
Home Sunday Schools
“How Many Wives Have You Got?”
How to Be a Missionary, 1936 (1 of 2), (2 of 2)
How to Be a Missionary: Cottage Meetings
How to Be a Missionary: Hall Meetings
How to Handle Your Oxen When You Cross the Plains
How to Hold a Church Dance, circa 1917
How to Plan Your Menu After You Reach the Valley
Hugh B. Brown’s Most Famous Statement
I Am a Believer, But I Don’t “Just Believe”
“I Am the Very Model of the Modern Mormon Missionary”: 1965
I Want to Bee …
If You Had Been a Mormon Boy Born in 1915
The Improvement Era and the “Era of Youth”
Individual Aaronic Priesthood Award, 1963
“It is not true that the beard makes a man look like a bear or a monkey”
It Isn’t About You; It’s About Your Mother
The “Itch”
It’s Curtains for the Tabernacle
It’s Only Going to Get Worse, My Friends
J. Leo Fairbanks: Book of Mormon Pictures that my Teacher Showed to Me
Jack O’ Health and Peg O’ Joy, 1926
Keepa Goes to Family Home Evening
Kids’ Model Airplane, 1929
The Kindness of Strangers
Knowing How Much Y’all Love Scouting …
L.A. Ramsey’s Illustrations for From Plowboy to Prophet,1912
Latter-day Saints and Compulsory Military Service
LDS University Bookplate
Learn This for Tonight’s FHE
A Lesson on Signs, Tokens and Symbols
Life on Mars
Lift Up Your Voice, 1924
A Lion House Halloween
Little Children Everywhere
A Living Faith: What You Know that Harold Bloom Doesn’t
Lonely, Bitter, Maladjusted, Highly Disagreeable, Sour, Gay, and Insane: The Unmarried Saint in the Pew Next to You
“Loud Boys,” 1930
Lowering Dignity (1950)
“The machine was called an Ironrite”
Make a Camel
Male Chastity
Map of Pleasant Things
“March of the Salt Soldiers”: James Arrington’s New Play
Marching in Primary and Sunday School
Mary and Ted Go to Primary
Master M Men and Golden Gleaners
Melchizedek Priesthood Manual, 1939: On debt, taxation, conservation and labor
Merry Christmas from theChildren’s Friend
MIA Slogans and Themes
The Miracle of Salt Lake: A Mormon Movie You Probably Never Heard Of
The Missing Members: Reactivation, 1909
Mission Primary Leaflets: How to Organize and Operate a Primary in the Mission Field, circa 1950
Missionaries’ “Little White Bible,” 1941
Missionary Dress Code, 1942
Missionary Street Meetings – How Did They Work?
Mitt Romney, Blackness, and the Book of Mormon, Part 1
A Model for Little Boys, 1867
A Model Husband, 1894
The Model Mormon Fly-Trap
The Money Quote in President Uchtdorf’s Talk
More on Deaconly Uniformity
A MormonAlphabet: Play the Game, Win a Book, and A Mormon Alphabet 1924, and Contest Winner
Mormon Art Exhibit to Tour the Muslim World
Mormon Catechisms?
Mormon History in Pop Culture
Mormon Kid Art, 1919,1919 (2),1919 (3)
Mormon Underwear, 1915
Mormonism and Science: A Short History (but a long blog post)
“The Mormons” on PBS
Morning Miscellany
Moroni’s Purported Rambles
A Most Reprehensible Prostitution of Art
Mother’s Day [graphic]
Mount Rushmore of the East, 1986
A Moving Picture
Mushrooms Old Enough for a Driver’s License
Must Come Down
Mutual Questions
My Favorite Dinner, 1912,My Favorite Dinner, 1912 (2)
My First Sacrament Meeting Talk: Intimate Unity with God
My Love He Is a Mormonite
National Anthem (… of Deseret)
“New Pioneers – On the March!”
Nothing New Under the Sun
No Time for Boredom
The Nativity: A Christmas Carol Pageant for Sunday Schools, 1939
“New Frontiers”
Not in Faith Crisis? What’s Wrong With You?
October
“Of Christmas – and of Things to Come”
Of Perfect Organizations
Oh, You Bean!
Old-Time Southern States Missionary Songs
The Old Written Order of Things
On Music and the Sacrament
On Not Waiting for The Suitable Moment that Never Comes
On political labels in religious discussion
On Service in and to the Church
On Welcoming Home LDS Servicemen and Servicewomen
One Ward’s Community Life: Riverview Review, 10 May 1947
Oops
Out-Door Preaching: Instructions to Missionaries, April 1883
Overheard at the Family History Library: An Original Cartoon
“Pack the Books”: Evacuation Instructions for Missionaries
A Paper Doll, 1935
Papercraft Beads for Primary Girls, 1923
The Passing of Presidents
Patriarchal Blessings
The Peacemaker and Bishop’s Court
The Pine Cone Story
Pine Cone 2: The Sequel
Pioneer Pix:

1947 Postage Stamp
Big Horn Basin, Wyoming, 1905
Sugarhouse Ward (Salt Lake), 1910

Poll: Our Beliefs about Their Beliefs: the 1964 Civil Rights Act
Pop Quiz: Spelling
Power and Importance of Sincere Singing (1951)
Praise the Lord with Dancing
Praise to the Man
A Prayer for All Veterans
“A Preparatory School of Intensive Teaching and Training”: The Church’s First Missionary Home
Pres. Uchtdorf: “Is It All Right to Have Questions about the Church or Its Doctrine?”
Preston Temple Pageant, 2013
Priesthood Line of Authority
Primary Was Intended for Boys
Pulling at the Pillars
The Qmlbwpnygax Eujugec Have Not the Power to Ktgjie the Wzznlhmpygtg: Codes and Ciphers in Mormon History (part 1), (part 2), (part 3)
Rape, Suicide, and “Loss of Virtue”: A Children’s Christmas Story
Refining the Sacrament
Relief in the Order
Relief Society Pleads for Plowshares and Pruning Hooks, 1933
Religious Tolerance: A 1955 Primary Lesson
The Repetition of Sacred Ordinances
Request from Zimbabwean Saints
“Respect for the Bishop,” 1957
Retiring Toscanini
Return of the Love Triangle
Road to Happiness, 1926
Roadshow Costumes You Won’t See Again Soon
“Room for Perfectly Honest and Friendly Differences of Opinion”
Rules for Congregational Singing (with Wesley’s Directions for Singing)
Sacrament Gems
Sacrament Handedness: A Poll
The Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper
Samoan Missionary Life, 1921
Sand Tables
The Sax Education of Mormons, 1926
Scene from a Fathers’ and Sons’ Outing
Season’s Greetings [Halloween]
The Second Annual Millard Stake MIA Track Meet
Seniority of Elders
September, 1926
The Shawl of Mary Haskin Parker Richards
She BUILT her Very Own Salt Lake City, ca. 1941
Sherlock: A Man of the People
A Short Story of Cooperation
Signs of the Times , with followup: The Grinch Has Already Stolen Christmas
Sing a Song of Halloween
Sing the Wondrous Story
Sister Missionary, 1946-48: Part One (Mission Preparation)
Sister Missionary, 1946-48: Part Two (Arrival in the Field)
Sister Missionary, 1946-48: Part Three (Tracting)
Sled Boy
Sled Girl and Friends
Slow Day at Work? (or maybe just in honor of Flag Day)
Snow Queen, 1950
“Something Like a Jigsaw”: Sorting the Pieces
The Sound of Women’s Heads Exploding
Speech Training: “How to Interest Our Audience”
Stake Seventies Quorums
Startling Stories
Stripling Warriors on Parade, 2012
Subversive Photographs
“A Suitable Program Was Rendered”
Sunday School Easter Services
Sunday School Paper Shuffling
Suspicious Characters
Talks That Work: Charles H. Hart, 1909
Teaching Girls about the Priesthood, 1955: Part One, Part Two, Part Three, Part Four
Teaching Young Men About Their Military Obligation, 1967
The Temple Spoon, 1893
Temples at Capacity? Temple Schedules, 1941
Ten Rules for a Real Boy, 1941
Ten Rules for a Real Girl, 1941
Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving 1926
Thanksgiving Graphics, 1936
Thanksgiving Silhouette
Thanksgiving Silhouettes
Then and Now: Talking to Young Women about Possible Missionary Service
“There Shall Be a Record Kept Among You”
There was an old lady who swallowed a … lizard
They’re Talking About Us (Still) (Again) (Always)
Things We Ought to Bring Back: Speech Training
Things Worth Knowing, 1911, 1911 (2), 1911 (3)
This Passing Time
This Picture Needs a Caption
This Photo Is Begging for a Caption
Thomas Margetts, on Preaching the Gospel
Thou Shalt Not Commit Adultery (1921)
Three Possible Routes?
Through Death Valley: The Mormons in Pulp Fiction, 1907
A Time for Remembering
Tithing Settlement, 1896
“… To All People” (part 1)
To “Occupy the Time”? or to Teach and Bear Witness?
To the Mountains of Ephraim
To the Stable
Torn Between Two Lovers
Tracking the Tracting
Treasure in a Trash Can
Twisted
Two Easter Programs, 1951
Two Steps Forward, One Step Back
Underground Doctrines
Updating the Vocabulary
A Valentine, 1929
Valentine Graphic
The Value of Church History in the Religious Training of the Child (1920)
Van Camp’s Pork & Beans
Violence and Bloodshed and Mayhem
The Vision
Vote Prohibition!
Wanted: Mormon Folk Songs
A Ward Family
“We Have Left No One Behind”: Agents for Ourselves and for Others
“We Lose Many Young People from Activity,” 1961
We Must Accept or Reject the Faith of Our Fathers on Its Own Merit”
We Sing Those Songs to Remind Us of What We Are
We Want to See the Temple
Weekly Meetings of Ward Teachers and Aaronic Priesthood, 1928. Part 1, Part 2
We’ll Be Home for Christmas
What Latter-day Saint Men Should Know, 1914 (I)
What Latter-day Saint Women Should Know, 1906 (I), 1906 (II) , 1906 (III), 1906 (IV)
What Mormon Historical Figure Would You Invite to Thanksgiving Dinner?
What Were They Thinking??! Again??!
Wheat for Man
When War Shall Cease
When You Gather to Zion
The Whiz-Fly (1927)
Winter Sports, 1926
Witchcraft
Who or What Are We Teaching?
The “Whole Armor of God”: Is This What They Mean?
Why It’s So Hard to Talk about Polygamy
The Whys of Flies
The Wise Men Call
Witchcraft
“Ye Shall Do the Work Which Ye See Me Do”
Whose Fault Is It When LDS Women Marry Outside the Faith?
Woman’s Power to Remove the Cause of War
The Wooden Bushel Basket as a Mormon Religious Object
You Know You’re in Sanpete …
“Your Doubts”
Your Grandmother’s Nauvoo Monument
Your Very Own Astronaut
Why Correlation Can Be a Good Thing, 1849
The Wife I Want, 1893
Wise Men Watched
Without Purse or Scrip
The Women of Easter
Yeah, Me Neither
You Can’t Go Back
Your Grandfather’s Melchizedek Priesthood Manual
Youth Trek: What Can Make It Useful?
Zion’s Boys and Zion’s Girls
Zion’s Boys’ and Girls’ Treasure Book

The Mormon Past

The Abuse of Hate, 1943 / 2011
An Act of Mormon-on-Mormon Violence: The Whitecapping of William Birdsall
Adamic Language and Masons
Advertising a Mormon Lecture, 1897
Alaskan Odyssey
“And a Volcano Burst Forth”
“And now a word from our sponsor …”
Andrew K. Smith’s Determinations, 1912
“All Belgian Saints Will Honor Our Brothers’ Graves”
Alvin C. York, Hero of World War I, Meets the Mormons
Ambassadors of the Gospel
Antiques Roadshow, George Q. Cannon, Feminism, and (Gasp) Bicycle Riding
An Apostle’s Testimony in Soviet Russia, 1959
“Apresentado a Sua Excellencia”
Arizona Pioneer Discovers Mexican Fast Food in 1873!
“As I Stand at the Edge of Eternity”: Joseph Fielding Smith’s Last Testimony
“As Swing as All Get Out”: Missionary Orchestra Hits Motor Town
“As Wonderful as It Is Glorious”: Lorenzo Snow Goes for a Spin in an Automobile
The Ashtabula Horror (The Ashtabula Horror P.S.)
At Home in Huntsville
The Background Details: Renewal Notice, 1935
B.H. Roberts Goes River Rafting, 1879
B.H. Roberts Meets “The Fair Minded Infidel”
B.H. Roberts in Water Valley, Mississippi, 1884
“Be of Good Cheer and Much Faith!”: Gospel Centennial in Scandinavia, 1950
[B]ear [H]unter Roberts
Beets in White Satin
Before Our Journey’s Through
Before There Were Temples in California
The Beginnings of Boys’ Primary Classes
“Belching Out a Tirade”
“Beware the Latter Day Saints”: Then, and Then, and Now
The Big Table: An Experiment in Communal Living
Bishop Ek and His “Lovely Ward … But They Are All Poor”
Book Notice, 1830
Bound for Zion, 1887
A Boy, A Train, and the Articles of Faith, 1928
Branch Conference, 1928
Breaking Ground
Brigham ’n’ Ethel 4Ever
Brigham Invites a Kiss
Brigham Young – Marriage Broker?
Brigham Young’s Mailbag
Brigham Young’s Swimmin’ Hole
British Journalist Advises Changes in Missionary Methods, 1947
The British Mission in World War II: “We Shall Come Through This Great Struggle Unconquered”
The Buddhas of Bamiyan
A Bump in the Road to Hui Tau, 1936
Butch Cassidy, Wayward Mormon, Surfaces Again
By Sail – By Rail – By Trail
BYU Professor Proposes Radical Dress Reform for Men, 1931 (with illustration)
A California ’49er Visits the Mormons
Catch of the Day
The Champion Checkers Player of Salt Lake City
“Change of Sentiment”: Purchasing the Hill Cumorah
The Chapel Built by Cigarettes
Chaplain B.H. Roberts Eulogizes the Dead
Chaplain B.H. Roberts Leads a March of the Mormon Battalion
Chaplain B.H. Roberts Leads Memorial Services
Chaplain B.H. Roberts Pleads for the Lives of His Men
Chaplain B.H. Roberts says, “Play Ball”
Charles W. Penrose Schools His Feelings
The Cheshire Tragedy, 1843
“A Child Born of Such a Mother”: Mormon Midwifery Lessons, 1893
A Child’s-Eye View of the Mormon Silk Experiment
A Child’s History of the Church: part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5, part 6, part 7, part 8, part 9, part 10, part 11, part 12, part 13
The Christchurch Earthquake on Facebook
The Church and the Present War
“Church officials do tell us how to vote”
A Cold War Incident in Czechoslovakia
Come to Meeting in Berlin, 1925
Communists (?) Infiltrate Newfoundland, 1949
Conference Announcements, 1939
Confidential: Have I Got a Deal for You
“Conspicuous Service, at the Risk of Their Lives”: An American Consul Praises LDS Missionaries, 1906
“Contributing” in Saint Joseph
Coolest Community Service Ever, 1942
Cover Girl, 60 Years Ago
Covered Wagon Days … in Denmark
“A Creaking Noise Was Heard, Followed by a Sound Like the Crash of Thunder”
“Crossing the Threshold of the Preexistent State”: Hugh J. Cannon, David O. McKay, and the Seasick World Tour
The Cultivation of the Mind
“A Curious and Interesting Enterprise”
Cut Off by War: The Norwegian Saints Report, 1944
David O. McKay Envisions Zion
The Day the Angel Moroni Almost Lost His Horn
“The Day the Mormons Came”: A BBC Broadcast, 1956
The Deacons’ Meeting, 1925
Deerskins and Church Security among LDS Shoshones, 1938
Deporting Undesirables
Deseret Book’s First Catalog, 1922
Dictating Politics: The Election of 1912
“Died in the Service of Their Fatherland”: Latter-day Saints in Germany, World War I – 1914, 1915
“Died in the Service of Their Fatherland”: Latter-day Saints in Germany, World War I – part one, part two (with images: Death Notices in Der Stern, World War I)
Deseret Stone, 1853
“A Display of No Ordinary Character”
“A Disturbance at the Mormonite Chapel”: 19th Century British Hooliganism and the Latter-day Saints
Does a Tree Still Grow in Beijing?
A Doggie Would A-Tractin’ Go, Mm-hmm, Mm-hmm
Dr. Pack and the Common Six-Pack
Drop the Division of Deaconly Duty
Eagle Gate
Early Days of the Anchorage, Alaska Branch
“Echoes of Lives Wrecked”
An Elder Visits Independence, 1920
The Elders and Saints of Europe, 1912
Electing the Bishop, 1895 (senile retelling of same story a year later: Electing the Bishop)
Eleven P.M. in a Mormon Household (1907)
En Route to the Field: Missionaries Aboard the S.S. Vestris, 1928, and, Letters of Condolence
An English Music Critic Visits the Tabernacle, 1885
Envied by a King: Mormon Boys, 1916-17
A Family by the Numbers
Fielding Academy Catalog: LDS Education, 1902-03
Financing the Kingdom: An Example from 1936-37
“Every Effort to Promote Love”: Changing the Focus of Armistice Day
The Fire and Light Was Always Free: A Case of Pioneer Hospitality
Fires of Faith in Great Britain, 1848
First News from the Saints of Frankfurt, Germany at the End of World War II
Fish and Chips in Zion, 1936
Five Thousand Zulu Warriors, One Prince of Wales, and Two Mormon Missionaries
“Fleeing Back to America from the War Zone of Europe” (1915)
Flight from Mexico
Footnote 43
Foreshadowing in France
Fraud!
A French View of Mormonism, 1941
“Fulfillment of Prophecy” … in the Third Reich
Gaston L. Braley, “Leaves from a Life’s Journal”: part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5, A Sequel
A “Gathering” Storm (1 of 3), (2 of 3), (3 of 3)
Generous Scots
Genesis and Geology: A Dialogue
George Albert Smith: “Shut It!”
George Bernard Shaw on Mormon Polygamy
George Henry Mecham Pays a “Debt”
George Q. Cannon Speaks Out Against Internet Snark
A Good Word for the Elders, 1884
Gordon B. Hinckley Unexpectedly Finds Himself in a War Zone
The Gospel of the House Fly
The Gospel Unites Us All (Dutch potatoes for post-war Germany): part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5
El Gran Terremoto de Valdivia, 1960
Overcoming the Great Depression and Establishing Zion at Moon Lake
The Great Mormon Marijuana Myth
The Great Tokyo Rat War of 1908
Greetings, LDS Serviceman! (1949)
Haere Mai ki te Hui Tau! (with full text of Hui Tau, 1911 letter)
Happy Birthday, Brigham Young!
“Harmony and Sweetness”: The Tabernacle Choir (by proxy) in Alaska, 1913
“He Got Well But Never Paid Us”: The Carthage Medical Bill of John Taylor
Heber J. Grant: Me! Pick Me!
Henry Ballard’s Miraculous Newspaper Delivery
“Here, kitty, kitty,” or, The Lions of the Lion House
“Hi, Girls and Fellows of B.Y.U. …”
A Historical Mystery: Thomas Bullock and the Utah County Census
Hinc Lucem et Pocula Sacra
Holger Danskes Briller
Hooper Young’s Murder of Anna Pulitzer
A House of Dreams (for you and 39 of your closest friends’ families)
How John F. Kennedy Learned about the 1,100 Missionaries in Germany, 1963
Humane Sermon in Three Parts, 1917
“I Have Had Many Little Presents”: Joseph F. Smith and the Adoption of Edward Arthur Smith
“I Have Not Seen or Heard an Elder or a Member of the Church for Over Seventeen Years”
“I Think It’s Going to Hit the Tabernacle!”
I’d Invest with This Young Man
“If There Is No Laundry Tub, Then Take a Swim in the Wash Basin”
Impressions of Egypt, 1933
In Case You Missed the Solution to the Mormon Problem
In the Eye of the Beholder
“In Their Native Tongues”: Non-English Languages in Zion, 1924
The Indian Press Notes the Arrival of Mormon Missionaries, 1853
Investigation Made by the British Government of the Mormon Question
“It’s Still Tough Going West”: Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1961
J. Golden Kimball Speaks in Conference, 1926
Jack the Ripper Mormons
James E. Talmage: A Short Course on How to Teach a Church Class
James J. Strang to John Taylor and Orson Hyde, with Reply, 1846
Janne M. Sjodahl vs. Albert Einstein
Japanese Incident
“Jim the Penman”
John Alvon Glauser: An Elder in Nazi Germany
John Dempsey: “They Kick Better Men Out of Hell Every Day”
John Garratt Chambers: An Englishman’s Emigration, 1853 (with full text of his letters)
Joseph Wilford Booth: His Grave Dedicated, 1933
“Junior Council”: The Church Steps before the Television Camera
Just for a Few Hours, Brethren. You Know, While You’re in Church
The Kanes Have a Mormon Thanksgiving
Kaysville’s YMMIA Library
“Killed by Mistake”: The Murder of Martin Harris, 1841
The King is Dead, Long Live the King! (1936)
“The Lamanites of South America”: Opening the Work
Last Week: Provo Tabernacle Interior
Law of Adoption (1894 Talks by Wilford Woodruff and George Q. Cannon
LDS Response to the Relocation of Joseph’s and Hyrum’s Graves, 1928
An LDS Woman at the Dawn of War, 1914
Leaving Mormonism: Jonathan Grimshaw Crosses the Plains from West to East, 1856
Lee’s Ferry and the Little Colorado: A Pictorial
LeGrand Richards: Then and, Well, Before Then
Lethbridge, Alberta: “Ye Shall Obtain Riches … to Feed the Hungry
“Life Will Become Tolerable to Many”: The National Insurance Act of 1911
Life’s Storms
Lion House, ca. 1910
The Lockerbie Rail Disaster, 1883
Long Gone: The Mystery of Gubernatorial Absences in South Carolina and Utah
“The Lord Would Have Eliminated Bigotry and Class Distinction”
“The Main Church of Liverpool, England”
Majesty in Chains
“Making Available to Faithful Members” (1952)
The Man Quilt
Manifestations of the Holy Ghost vs. Practical Experience: A Historical Perspective
Manti Temple under Construction
Marriage, Tattoos and Baptism among the Maoris: Missionary Instructions, 1888
May I Have Your Autograph?
Meeting an Obligation: Temple Receipt, 1926
Memorial Day Comes to Deseret, 1873
A Message for the New Year (1951 … 2014)
MIA Bans the “Twist”
Minister’s Certificate, 1909
Miracle of the Quail
Mission Presidents’ Resolutions, 1935
Missionaries Mobbed in Mexico, 1925
The Missionary and the London Air Raid
Missionary Evacuation, 1939: A First Person Account
Missionary Fare on the High Seas, 1913
Missionary Home Training Schedule, 1936
Missionary Life: Northern States, 19-aughts
“Missouri People Were Not All Mobbers in Those Terrible Days”
A Mormon Abroad
A Mormon Collectible, 1901
Mormon Family Profiled in New York Press, 1884
The “Mormon Highball” and Other 19th Century Mormon Home Remedies
Mormon History à la Grecque
A Mormon in the Family Tree
Mormon Invasion!!! : The Onion in London, 1927
The Mormon Moment, 1935
Mormon Newspapers of the 19th Century
A Mormon Sermon in Calcutta, 1851
Mormon Teachings on Race Relations, 1935
Mormonism in Ireland: Legal Aftermath of an 1855 Meeting
MormonUSA, 1910,1933
A Mormon View of Islam, 1874
The Mormon What????
The Mormons’ First Memorial Day
Mother’s Day Carnations, 1920
The Mountain of the Lord’s House
“The Mountains Shout”: Evan Stephens and the Recording of Mormon Hymns
Murder in the Metropolis (1 of 4) (2 of 4) (3 of 4) (4 of 4)
My First Visit to a Japanese Home
“Neither Music, Melody, nor Harmony”
New Issue of the Book of Mormon, 1921
New Leadership for the Washington, D.C., Branch, 1929
The New York Times’ First Crossword Puzzle
New Zealand’s Pioneering Relief Society Presidency
No, no, no, NO! (Provo Tabernacle fire)
“Not Humiliation, But Heroism”: Mormon Refugees in El Paso, 1912
A Note about Brigham’s Beard
The Number One Very First Earliest Original LDS British Sunday School
“O My Father” in North Africa, 1943
An Occurrence at the Tabernacle, 1890
An Offer He Could Refuse, 1908
Oliver Cowdery’s Last Testimony
On the Eve of War, 1940
One Earringy Dingy, Two Earringy Dingy
One Hungry Missionary
“Only a little newsboy”
The Opening Up of Africa
The Origin of Plural Marriage
Origin of the “Threefold Mission of the Church” Statement
“Our Foreign-Born Friends”
“Our Lives Are Not Safe”: Armenian Latter-day Saints in the Genocide
“Out of the Realm of Despair”: Famine Relief in 1940
Palmyra Pilgrimage, 1922
A Photograph:

Beside the Golden Door
The Book of Mormon Comes to Life in Syria, 1925
Conference Crowds, ca. 1940
Ezra Taft Benson, 1946
Elsie Chamberlain Carroll
The Feet of Them that Bring Good Tidings
Halloween at Primary Childrens Hospital, ca. 1934
In the Land of Egypt, 1921
A Moon Fallen Low
Oliver Cowdery Monument Dedication
The President and His Pal
The Prophet’s Birth Place
Rail Meets Trail
Sibling Rivalries: A Note to Joseph F. Smith from His Daughter, Leonora
South Temple and Main
Southern States Missionaries
Those Cotton Pickin Mormons
The Washing of Feet, 1914

April 6th, at Sea
The Pioneers: Our Models of Faith, Courage, Endurance – War?
Plural Marriage:

Bite 1 (Plural marriage was a priesthood ordinance)
Bite 2 (There was no formal, consistent “rule book” for the historical practice of plural marriage)
Bite 3 (Grammar)

Pouze jedenkráte v živote: naskýtá se Vam priležitost úcastniti se jubilejních oslav 100. výroci trvaní
Poisoned Sugarplums: Eliza R. Snow Writes for Little Children
Polynesians in the Desert
President Uchtdorf, Elder Benson, and Keepa
Pretend Mormons
Provo Tabernacle/Temple, 17 August 2012
Public Baptism, 1850
Raising Funds for Relief Society in London, England
Raising the House in San Antonio, 1949
Random Reasons Why I Like Brigham Young: One
Random Reasons Why I Like Brigham Young: Two
Random Reasons Why I Like Brigham Young: Three
A Ready-Made Congregation in Alabama, 1921
A Real, Live Mormon in Boston, 1879
Realignment of French-speaking Missions in Europe
The Recovery of Clark Hamblin
The Red Triangle Club
“Reduce Missionaries in Neutral Countries to Smallest Workable Number,” 1939
Reestablishing Contact with the Norwegian Saints, 1946
Relic of an Old Tragedy
“Relief of the Needy Cannot be Immoral or Unlawful”: Justice for Mormon Widows and Orphans, 1892
Rented Light Bulbs
Report on the South American Missions, 1948
Riverview Ward Anniversary, 1948
Rochester, New York Hears from Elders Millward and Driggs, 1926
Rudger Clawson Takes a Bath, 1912
The Saints Gather in Breslau/Wroclaw, 1924
Salt Lake City, early 1860s
Salt Lake Missionary Home, 1974

Schedule; “Your Potential forSuccess”
Priesthood Correlation in Missionary Work

“Scared Straight”: 1926 Mormon Edition
Second International Hygiene Exhibition, Dresden, 1930
“Self Abuse” and “Self Destruction”: Frank Talk in Relief Society, 1927
The Shingle Sisters of Lake Elsinore, California
Shipboard Services, 1930
“A Sight to Make Strong Men Weep”: Rudger Clawson, World Traveler
A Simple Prayer
Signs of the Time [Janne M. Sjodahl on Albert Einstein]
Smells Like …
So You Think You Can Dance, 1851 Edition
Somali Pirates, Mormon Militiamen, and the U.S. Military
Southern States Mission Leadership Conventions, 1939
“Stated More Luridly than in a Work of History”
Stories from the Construction of the Laie Temple
The Story of a Stone: Miriam Works Young
Street Meeting, 1915
“Such a Frivolous Point”
Sunday School at Scipio
Surviving Saints of the Armenian Mission, 1922
The Swiss Saints Contact the Church, 1944
The Tabernacle under Attack, 1938
Technology in the Service of the Gospel
Televising General Conference: Question, Televising General Conference: Answer
Temple Excursion, 1902
Temple Innovation, 1922
Temple Square’s Temporary Temple
Temple Work
Temple Work in Connection with the Church Security Program
A Terrifying Proposal
That 1937 Illinois Documents Purchase
There’s Just Something about Covered Wagons
“Thereby Hangs a Tale”: David O. McKay on the Stake Conference Circuit, 1909
“They Are Firing at Us”: A Mission President in World War II
They Lived to See Sputnik, Yet They Remembered Brigham Young
They “Shipped the Books”: World War II Missionary Evacuation
“This Great War”: Missionaries Report World War I
Those Sensational Mormons, 1908
Three Musketeers: Servicemen’s Meetings in the Canal Zone, 1942
Through the Fire
Through These Gates
“To Appreciate Our Homes When Once We Are Permitted to Return”: Sister Missionaries in Samoa, 1892
To Members Far from Temples, 1916
“To Speak in Public on a Stage”
Tracting in Newark, New Jersey, 1905
“A Tragic, Solemn and Dark Day”
20th Century Covered Wagon Pioneers
Two Presidents Meet, 1919
The Two Roads
The Ugliest Post Keepa Has Ever Published
Unexpected Tenderness: Joseph F. Smith on the Death of George A. Smith
An Urgent Need, 1932
A Utah War Primer
The Valentines Return from Switzerland, 1917
Vienna Jacques: A Glimpse in Transit
The Visitors
The Washington, D.C. Chapel
The Way We Were: July 1942, July 1942 (German edition), March 1961, February 1985
“We Earnestly Petition You to Set Standards
We got ’em coming and going
“We Will Remember Them”
“Well Known Facts”
We’re dead! Dead, I tell you! (Why won’t we stay dead?!)
West of the Lion House
What an Irishman Thought of Us in 1851
What Happens to English Girl Converts Who Emigrate to Utah
What If This Were Your Introduction to the Church?
What Was Burned in the Privy Vault?
“When Baked Potatoes and Milk Are Needed,” 1945-46
When Garbage Pickup Was a Gospel Subject
When One Prophet Supersedes an Earlier One
When Words Fail
When the Gas Lights Flickered
Where Is a Mormon’s Abode?
“The ‘Wild West’ Has Ceased to Be”
A Wild West Train Robbery – With a Mormon Twist
Wilford Woodruff’s First Mission (Graphic History):

part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5, part 6, part 7, part 8, part 9, part 10, part 11, part 12, part 13, part 14, part 15, part 16, part 17, part 18

William W. Phelps’s Mad Poetry: “The Apostates’ New Names”
The Winds and the Waves, 1903
Winston Churchill Investigates the Mormon Question, 1910-1911
Winter on Temple Square
A Winter Walk from Solingen to Kassel, 1902
Without Purse or Scrip: First Tracting of the Argentine Countryside, 1931
TheWolfsgrün Displaced Persons Camp: Mormon Relief Efforts in the Soviet Occupation Zone, 1945-47
“Women Do Not Hold the Priesthood,” 1914
Word Processing, 1893
The Work of Their Own Hands
Wrecking Ball Blues
You Are Cordially Invited to 1905
“You Can’t Go to Heaven in Cologne Water”: A Missionary Talk by J. Golden Kimball
“Young Man, Do You Want SAL-vation?”: Joseph E. Taylor’s 1849 Mission (with Joseph Edward Taylor’s Obituary)

Music

Advent 2009:

Introduction
Digital Sound Files
“All Hail the New-Born Year,” Parley P. Pratt, George Careless
“Bethlehem’s Song of Triumph ,” B.H. Winslow, Alfred M. Durham
“A Child’s Merriest Christmas ,” Lula Greene Richards, Willy Reske
“Christ Is Born, the Joyful Story,” Evan Stephens
“Christmas Babe,” Frances K. Taylor
“Christmas Bells,” George Hugh Thomas
“Christmas Carol,” Mildred Tanner Pettit
“Christmas Carol,” Willy Reske
“Christmas Eve,” Myles B. Foster
“Christmas is Coming,” Hazel Washburn, Lorenzo Mitchell
“Christmas Night,” Inez R. Preece, Inez Jean Preece
“Christmas Song,” Evan Stephens
“Dear Little Stranger,” Charles H. Gabriel
“Glory Be to God,” Evan Stephens
“The First Christmas Night,” Moiselle Renstrom
“The Holy Child,” Mildred Tanner Pettit
“In the Star-Light,” Mary Hale Woolsey, Robert Sauer
“Mortals Awake! with Angels Join,” Samuel Medley, John Rippon
“Sing the Sweet and Touching Story,” Emmeline B. Wells, George Careless
“A Stranger Star,” Orson F. Whitney, Evan Stephens
“A Stranger Star O’er Bethlehem,” Orson F. Whitney, Edwin F. Parry
“To the Land of Judea,” Frances K. Taylor
“We Must Adore Thee,” Willy Reske (arranger)
“When Christ Was Born in Bethlehem,” Ebenezer Beesley
“While Shepherds Watched,” Frank Moore Jeffrey
“The Wrinkled Brow of Time,” Orson F. Whitney, Samuel B. Mitton

“Be Thrifty,” Tra-la-la
Because We’re Mormons
“Don’t Be a Forgetter, Write the Soldier Boy a Letter”
Every Movement Needs a Good Theme Song
“The Gushing Rill”
“I Am a Mormon Boy” (… “Girl”)
“Israel Reigns”: A Song by William W. Phelps
“Lasting Joy,” 1927
My Code: The Gaynote, Firelight, Merrihand Song
My Love He Is a Mormonite
O Britain! Dear Britain!
“Our Mother in Heaven”
“Sadness”
Sing the Wondrous Story
A Sissy Boy
Song of the Wheat (1915)
A Temple Hymn
Two Mormon Folk Songs, One Tune to Learn
“Winter,” with Evan Stephens and Our Phantom
There’s No Such Thing as a Witch
Zoom! I am a Pilot

Newspaper Clippings

A Beehive in Battersea, 1934
Chicago’s Welfare Project, 1943
“Scallywags to Its Ranks,” 1901
“Stupid Imposture,” 1854

On This Date

February 4, 1949
June 17, 1951

Open House

Susanville, California, 1929

Personal

50 Handkerchiefs
An American Mormon? or a Mormon American?
Another Fourfold Purpose Thought, or, Why I Follow Prophets Instead of Trying to Lead Them
Ardishood: The View from 2010
Baby Clothes in the Basement
Being a 50-Something Single in the Church
Books Fall from Shelves
Braggernacle
Calling on Old Friends I Haven’t Yet Met
Carefully Taught
Consequences
Completely Off-Topic: Help My Friends Win a Year’s Free Milk Delivery
Confessions of My Father’s Daughter (2014 Reposting)
Creating My Own Edition of the Scriptures
Cutting Stones, or Building a Cathedral? A Minor Rant
Daryl’s Integrity
Does Jesus Understand Postpartum Depression?
An Extraordinary Gospel Doctrine Moment
The Father She Never Knew
“Favourable Conditions”: New Year’s Eve Reflections
God’s Hand in History
“Grieved: For He Had Many Possessions”
The Hacking of AOL’s Mail Service
Helaman’s Sons
How I Got Hooked: My Confession
I Don’t Know It All, But I Know Some Things
In Which a Secretary Outshines a Police Department
A Lecture I Know I’ll Have to Give
“I left the church because I found out all the history that they never taught”
In Which I Suddenly Understand
Joseph Smith Again for the First Time
Justice for Peggy
Les Arabes
Living with Another’s Agency
The Missionary at Mass
My Mission’s Brightest Moment
My Philosophy of Teaching Gospel Doctrine
Needling Grandma
Of Missionaries, Squirrels, and the Bloggernacle
“On the Wall”
Pillars of My Faith
Putting Our Time and Talents to God’s Service
A Rant about Scriptural Literalism
The New Year a-Knocking
On Being Asked for My Opinion
On Creative Agency: Barbie Dolls and Welfare Canneries
Poll: Tender Mercy? or Two Stupids Cancelling Each Other?
A Prayer for Jenny Reeder
Prayers for a Brave Little Boy
Remembrance of Things Fast
See the Band Wagon. See Ardis Jump on the Band Wagon.
Sharing Christ
Some Things Toby Has Taught Me
Stray Thoughts During a Testimony Meeting on the Fourth of July
“Take Out the Trash Day”
This is the Son of God. These are Men in Uniform. Don’t Confuse the Two
To My Ward Members
To Touch the Face of God
Trials of Faith in the Face of History
What I Learned at the UVSC Bus Stop
What I’m Listening for in Conference
Words for Life
“Why I Chose to Convert to Islam,” by my niece

Photograph Collections

(Beehive) Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, 1916
British Latter-day Saint Images, 1957
Flocks of Seagulls, 1923
Latter-day Missionaries, 1912
Latter-day Saint Children, 1927,1940
Latter-day Saint Images

1902 (double issue),1903, 1904, 1905, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1910 (2), 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1914 (2), 1915, 1915 (2), 1916, 1916 (2), 1917, 1917 (2), 1918, 1918 (2), 1918 (3), 1919, 1920, 1920 (2), 1920 (3), 1920 (4), 1921, 1921 (2), 1922, 1923, 1923 (2), 1923 (3), 1924, 1924 (2) (Women’s Edition, Mostly), 1925, 1925 (2), 1925 (3), 1925 (4), 1925 (5), 1926, 1927, 1927 (2), 1927 (3), 1927 (4), 1928, 1928 (2), 1928 (3), 1928 (4), 1929, 1929 (2), 1929 (3), 1929 (4), 1930, 1931, 1931 (2), 1932, 1932 (2), 1932(3), 1932 (4), 1933, 1933 (2), 1934, 1934 (2), 1935, 1935 (2), 1936, 1936 (2), 1937, 1937 (2), 1938, 1940, 1940 (2), 1941, 1941 (2), 1941 (3), 1941 (4), 1941 (5), 1942, 1943, 1943 (2), 1944, 1944 (2), 1949, 1949 (2), 1949 (3), 1950, 1951

Sisters of the German-Austrian Mission, 1937
Snapshots of Mormon Life, 1938, 1959
We Are the Beehive Girls, 1918

Poetry

7 December 1941
The Acorn
Acrostic
Administration
Adoption
All This Will Come
Angel Whisperings to the Dying Child
Antidote
The April Fool
Around These Emblems Bowed
Art Teacher
At Church
Auditor
Aunt Em
Awake! Ye Royal Sons!
Baby Learning to Read
Bacteriological Verse
Badge of Triumph
Be Patient, Little Flock
Be Thou My Strength
Beautiful Waters of Mormon
The Bees of Deseret
Best of All
Big-Man Shoes
Blind
Blow Gently, Ye Wild Winds
Boy of Mine
Boy Wanted
Boys Are Dear
Brave Privileged Feet
Brown-Crusted Bread
The Building Fund
By My Fruits
Cardston’s Jubilee
Casper
A Cheap Remedy
Christmas Bells
Christmas Eve on the Desert
Christmas Fires
The Clerical Sense
The Close of Life
Closing Hymn
Collector’s Item
Colour Blind
Come Forth, Awake
The Comet
Conference
Cooks and Cooks
The Constant Generation
Courage
Cumorah Hill
Dearest Pal of Pals
Death of Teancum
Defeat
Desert Shrine
The Dixie Quail
Does It Pay?
A Doxology
Earth, I Have Loved You Well
Eden
Education
An Ephemeral Thing
An Episode of Euthanasia
Fallen Giant
Fame
Father! Lead Me Out of Darkness
A Father’s Prayer
Fellowship Meeting
Field of Hyacinths
Filosofy
Finger Play
First Real Treasures
Flowers in a Sick Room
For Right
Four Hopes
A Fragment
The Freckle-Faced Kid
Fresh-cut Flowers
Gahazi’s Lament
Gandhi
The Glory of All Creation
The Glory of War
Gnarled Hands
God Must Love the Autumn
Good Old Dog
Goodbye
The Gospel
The Gospel Heralds
The Graduate Nurse (illustrated by: The Graduate Nurse, Embodied)
Grandfather’s Tree
Great-Grandmother Dear
Greetings
The Groves of Venus
Gulls Follow a Plow
Gypsy Soul
The Half-Believers
Happy Warrior
Heart-deep in Winter
Heavenly Voices
Her Calling
Holy Affection and Undying Love
Hopes for Mother’s Day, 1919
I Am Rich
I Saw Her Fade
If I Were You
If Joseph Came
I’m Going to Be a Scout
Immigrants
Immutable
In Arms We Trust
“Infant Daughter of –”
Into Light
Is Our Mind Prepared for Prayer?
It’s Christmas Eve
Jack Frost: Anti-Modern
Katie E. Merrill’s Grave
The King of the Kodak Brigade
The Kiss
Knowledge
Knowledge
Land-Bound Gulls
Last Call to Vacation
Let Me Remember
Let Me Then Answer
Let There Be Beauty
Liberty Park
Lien on the Land
The Lights in Homes
Little Boy Blue
The Lonely Grave
Love in Use
Marathon of Souls
Marking the Trail
May I Remember Thee
Maytime in the Mountains
Memo to Inventors
Memorial Day
The Message of Easter, 1919
Metamorphosis
Mirror, Mirror
Moan Alone
A Mocking Bird
Modern Carol
Mormon Politics
The Mormons and Their Enemies
Mother’s Evening Prayer
Moving Day
My Apology
My Child and Thine
My Latest Inspiration
My Mother’s Hand
My Old Green Chest
My Shangri-la
The Neglected Grave of a Mormon Pioneer
A New Year’s Prayer for 1921
Night Nurse
O Give Me a Home
Obedience Is Better than Gold
Old Folks’ Greetings
Old Things
On and On
The Organ Speaks
The Origin of Song
Our Baby’s Prayer
Our Golden Wedding
Over the Waves of Sin
Parting
Petition (For a Missionary’s Welfare)
Pictures of Juarez
Pilgrim’s Progress
Pioneer Father
Pioneers 1920
Playtime
Please Don’t
Please, God
Poems and Trees
Poem for a Washday
Prayer
Prayer for Banging Doors
A Prayer for the Mission Worker
Prayer for theWar-Scarred
Prayer of a Second Wife
Prayer of Thanks
Prerequisite
A Primary Prayer
Profile of Joseph
The Prophet Turned the Key
Quick Forgiveness
Radio Magic
Reality
Reaping We Wonder
Reasonable Facsimile
The Records of Our Dead
The Red Sea Wilderness
Remorse
Replacement
Restoration
The Restoration
Resurrection Day
Reunion
Roads
Science
Seagulls
The Seeker
Shadows
Shall We Know Our Own Once More?
She Laughs at Miracles
Since Mother Went Away
Small Boy with New Born Kittens
Smoot
The Snooks, 1 and 2, 3 and 4, 5 and 6, 7 and 8
Soaring Seagull
A Song for Returning Missionaries
Song for the Camp of Israel – Let Us Go
Song of the Twelve
Sonnet for an Empty Wheelchair
Sonnet on the Book of Mormon
Sonnet to the Bride and Groom
The Sparrows’ Thanksgiving Feast
Speech
Star of Evening
Star of Gold Removed
Starless Interlude
The Still, Small Voice
The Story Hour
Strength
Sussex Road
Take What You Can
The Tell-Tale Blush
Tell Them You Love Them
Temple Gardener
The Temple Site
Temple Square at Dusk
Testimony?
Testimony Meeting in New Guinea
Thanksgiving Memories
That Lad
Their Separate Ways
Thou Shalt Worship the Lord Thy God
’Tis Well with Him
To a Friend on His Marriage
To a Lost Flyer
To a Teacher
To My Grandmother’s Portrait
To My Grandson: Elder Ferry Curtis Hadlock
To My Sisters
To the Master
To the Returned Elders of Old Virginia
To Somebody’s Mother
To You in the Year 2000 A.D.
Too Frail a Lute
Trial and Error
A Trip to the Sun
Truth’s Message
Twelve Ride to Church
Two Faces
Two Months a Missionary
The Understanding Heart: A Tribute to George Albert Smith
The United Uplift of the Hand
Until
Utah Gulls in Spring
“Valentine”
The Value of Silence
Victory
The Vigil
The Vision
A Visit to the Temple Site
Visitors
Wakeful Winter Nights
A War Tribulation
We Do Not Call Thee Chieftain
We Love Our Work
“We” Not “You”
Weather Retort
What Has Been Wrought
What of Thy Victory, O Woman?
When the Choir Broadcasts
Where Is Peace?
Where the Gull Goes
Who Watched in Faith
A Wish
With the Rain
Women’s Rights
The Word of Wisdom
You Have Not Failed
The Young Seer
The Young War Widow Speaks
Zintka Latuni

Political Tuesday

Civic Responsibility
LDS Political Thought (1948-49)

Preview
Lesson 1: The Meaning and Importance of Political Doctrines
Lesson 2: Some Political Doctrines of the Book of Mormon
Lesson 3: Political Ideas Advocated by the Prophet Joseph Smith
Lesson 4: “The Declarationof Belief Regarding Governments and Laws”
Lesson 5: Main Currents in Latter-day Saint Political Thought as Revealed in Discourse and Literature
Lesson 6: Contemporary Domestic Problems
Lesson 7: International Strife and the Quest for Peace

Civil Liberty Today (1949)
Declaration of Belief Regarding Governments and Laws in General (1949-50)

Preview
Lesson 1: “The Declaration of Belief Regarding Governments and Laws in General”
Lesson 2: The Significance of the Declaration of Belief
Lesson 3: “Governments Instituted for the Benefit of Man”
Lesson 4: Public Administration and Good Government
Lesson 5: The Obligations of Citizenship and the Responsibility of the State
Lesson 6: The Conditions for Achieving the Kingdom of God
Lesson 7: Achieving the Kingdom of God

Our Political Inheritance, 1949
The Tasks of Modern Citizenship (1949)

Problems of the Age

Preface
Notice
1: An Interpretation of the War
2: The Ashes of the World’s Conflagration
3: The World’s Leveling Processes
4: The Spirit of Destruction
5: Religion and the War
6: Conservation of Life
7: A Real Danger to the Middle Class
8: Value of Child Life
9: Co-operation
10: Extravagance
11: Inequalities a Besetting Sin of Present Day Life
12: The Future of the Holy Land
13. The Reaction of War Weapons on Civil Life
14: Intemperance
15: A Pleasure-Loving Age
16. Financial Respectability
17: Survival of the Fittest
18: The New Education
19: The Home
20: Woman’s World
21: Dependent Mothers
22: Sexual Life
23: Divorce
24-25. Race Suicide
26: Music
27: Dancing
29: Heredity
30: Eugenics
31-32: Back to the Land
33: Fast Offerings
34. Business Life
35: The Negro Question

The Prophets (From the Children’s Friend, 1945)

Heber J. Grant
George Albert Smith
Joseph Smith
Joseph F. Smith
Lorenzo Snow
John Taylor
Wilford Woodruff

with related pages:

“This is the Place”

Proprieties and Usages of Good Society

Preliminary
Lesson I. Introduction
Lesson II. Visitors in the Home
Lesson III. Dress
Lesson IV. Traveling
Lesson V.: Suggestions for Travel by Sea
Lesson VI.: Ball Room Etiquette
Lesson VII. Table Manners
Lesson VIII. Proper Street Deportment
Lesson IX. Shopping
Lesson X. Social Observances in Calling, at Weddings, and Funerals
Lesson XI. Picnics, Excursions, Parties, and Winter and Summer Outings
Lesson XII. Conduct in Places of Worship

Puzzles

An 1872 Charade: Another Keepa Puzzle
Book of Mormon Alphabet (Puzzle)
Charade Challenge, 2009
Christmas Themed Puzzler
Come Play Conference Wordles! October 2012 Edition
Conference Wordle Puzzles, April 2011
Conference Wordles, April 2012
Conference Wordles, October 2010
Conference Wordles! October 2011
Conference Wordles! April 2013
Conference Wordles, April 2014
Conference Wordles, October 2013
Contest: “Angels of Glory Shout the Refrain” – Writing a Hymn and Hark, All Ye Nations: Contest Winners
Crosspatch Puzzle, 1958, Crosspatch Puzzle, 1959
Donnie’s Day: April, June, July, August, October
“Enigma”: A Puzzle from 1875
An Enigma – Children Solved It; Can We?
An “Enigma” for Friends at Another Blog
Hidden Picture Puzzle
“Honored and Famous”: Another Keepa Enigma
How’s Your Walk and Your Talk? Another Keepa Puzzle
Monday Afternoon Riddle
Mr. Billy Goat in Spellingtown
October Conference Wordles: A Keepa Puzzle
Rogues Gallery: A Keepa Puzzle
Scripture Riddle
See if You Can Find Them
The Word Made Visible: A Keepa Puzzle
Wrong, So Wrong

Questions and Answers

About All Those Questions They Had …
He Had a Question, 1894-95
She Had a Question:

1897, 1897 (2), 1909, 1909 (2), 1909 (3), 1910, 1910 (2), 1911, 1911 (2), 1911 (3), 1912, 1912 (2), 1912 (3), 1912 (4), 1913, 1913 (2), 1913 (3), 1913 (4), 1913 (5), 1914, 1915, 1915 (2), 1915 (3), 1916, 1916 (2), 1917, 1917 (2), 1917 (3), 1917 (4), 1917 (5), 1918, 1918 (2), 1918 (3), 1919, 1919 (2), 1919 (3), 1920, 1920 (2), 1921, 1921 (2), 1921 (3)

They Asked Him Questions, 1947, 1955
I Have a Question:

1840, 1841, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1899, 1902, 1903, 1905, 1907, 1908-09, 1912-13, 1930

I Have an (Unanswered) Question, 1896
I Have Even More Questions:

1890, 1894, 1896, 1898

I Have More Questions:

1890, 1892, 1894 , 1895, I Have More Questions, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1902, 1903, 1930, 1930

Questions from the Grass Roots, 1948:

part 1,[part 2] Curse of Cain Edition, part 3, part 4, part 5, part 6, part 7, part 8, part 9, part 10, part 11, part 12, part 13, part 14, part 15, part 16, part 17, part 18

She Had a (Relief Society) Question, 1928
The Teacher Had a Question, 1953, 1953 (2)
They Had Peculiar Questions, 1912
They Had Questions:

1953, 1955, 1959

They Had Questions, Too, 1939
They Had Sunday School Questions, 1919 (part 1), (part 2), (part 3)
Those Historical Questions
We Have Answers: St. George, 1898

Recipes

Birth of a Mormon Tradition: Jello!
Dilly Bread
Gingerbread, the Scent of Christmas
Hot Cross Buns for Good Friday
Little White Lab Rat
Little White Lab Rat Cleans Up After the Easter Bunny
Little White Lab Rat Gets Juiced
Little White Lab Rat Goes Fruity
Little White Lab Rat Has Bean Loafing Around
Little White Lab Rat Is Your Sweet Little Honey Dumpling
Little White Lab Rat Loses Courage
Little White Lab Rat: The Postum Showdown
Little White Lab Rat Tries Again
“Noodles May Be Served as a Vegetable”: A YLMIA Cookbook of 1920
Pea-Shell Beer
Thrifty Cakes

Relief Society History

A Building for the Women of the Church
A Home for Women and Girls
Little Houses of Their Own: Relief Society Halls
The Jefferson Ward Bedding Project
The Scope of Relief Society, 1915

Stories of the Book of Mormon (Phil Dalby’s Graphic Novel)

The Story of Lehi

parts 1 and 2, parts 3 and 4, parts 5 and 6, parts 7 and 8, parts 9 and 10, parts 11 and 12, parts 13 and 14, parts 15 and 16, parts 17 and 18, parts 19 and 20, parts 21 and 22, parts 23 and 24, parts 25 and 26, parts 27 and 28, parts 29 and 30, parts 31 and 32, parts 33 and 34, parts 35 and 36

The Story of Nephi

parts 1 and 2, parts 3 and 4, parts 5 and 6, parts 7 and 8, parts 9 and 10, parts 11 and 12, parts 13 and 14

Jacob

parts 1 and 2, parts 3 and 4, part 5

Enos

part 1, parts 2 and 3

The Book of Jarom
Omni

parts 1 and 2, parts 3 and 4

The Story of Mosiah

parts 1 and 2, parts 3 and 4, parts 5 and 6, parts 7 and 8, parts 9 and 10, parts 11 and 12, parts 13 and 14, parts 15 and 16, parts 17 and 18, parts 19 and 20, parts 21 and 22, parts 23 and 24, parts 25 and 26, parts 27 and 28, parts 29 and 30, parts 31 and 32, parts 33, 34, and 35

The Rebellion

parts 1 and 2, parts 3 and 4, parts 5 and 6, parts 7 and 8

The Missions of Alma

parts 1 and 2, parts 3 and 4, parts 5 and 6, parts 7 and 8, parts 9 and 10, parts 11 and 12, part 13

The Destruction of Ammonihah

part 1, parts 2 and 3

Peace in Zarahemla
The Adventures of the Sons of Mosiah

part 1, parts 2 and 3, parts 4 and 5, parts 6 and 7, parts 8 and 9, parts 10 and 11, parts 12 and 13, parts 14 and 15, parts 16 and 17, parts 18 and 19, part 20

People of the Lord
A Great War
Korihor the Evil

parts 1 and 2, parts 3 and 4

Alma Among the Zoramites

parts 1 and 2, parts 3, 4, and 5

The Commandments of Alma to His Sons: Helaman and Shiblon, and Corianton
The Story of Moroni

parts 1 and 2, parts 3 and 4, parts 5 and 6, parts 7, 8 and 9

The Title of Liberty

parts 1 and 2

The Treachery of Amalickiah

parts 1 and 2, parts 3, 4 and 5

The Title of Liberty

parts 1 and 2, parts 3 and 4

The Defenders

parts 1 and 2, parts 3

The Story of Morianton

part 1, parts 2 and 3, parts 3 and 4

The 25th Year of the Judges

parts 1 and 2

Tale of the City of Mulek

parts 1 and 2, parts 3 and 4, parts 5 and 6

The Stripling Soldiers

parts 1 and 2, parts 3 and 4, parts 5, 6 and 7

The Nephite Prisoners

parts 1 and 2, parts 3 and 4

The Story of Pahoran

parts 1 and 2, parts 3 and 4, parts 5 and 6

Hagoth the Ship Builder

parts 1 and 2

The Thirty and Ninth Year of the Reign of the Judges
Three Sons

parts 1 and 2

The Battle of Zarahemla

parts 1 and 2, parts 3 and 4

The Gadianton Robbers

parts 1 and 2, part 3

The Migration to the North
The Fall of Zarahemla

part 1, parts 2 and3

The Conversions of the Lamanites

parts 1 and 2, parts 3 and 4, parts 5 and 6

The Death of Cezoram
The Return of the Gadianton Robbers
The Prophecy of Nephi

parts 1 and 2, parts 3 and 4, parts 5 and 6, parts 7 and 8, parts 9 and 10, parts 11, 12, and 13

The Sign

parts 1 and 2

The Story of Gidgiddoni

parts 1 and 2, parts 3 and 4, parts 5, 6 and 7

The Days of Lachonaus

parts 1, 2, and 3

The Tribe of King Jacob
The Testimony of Nephi

The Sign of Samuel

parts 1 and 2

The Voice in the Night

parts 1 and 2

Jesus Among the Nephites

parts 1 and 2, parts 3, 4and 5

The Story of Jared

parts 1 and 2, parts 3 and 4, parts 5 and 6, parts 7 and 8, parts 9 and 10, parts 11 and 12, parts 13, 14, and 15

The Captivity

parts 1 and 2, parts 3 and 4, parts 5 and 6parts 7 and 8, parts 9, 10 and 11

The Reign of Omer

parts 1 and 2, parts 3 and 4, part 5

Story of Ether

parts 1 and 2, parts 3 and 4parts 5 and 6parts 7 and 8, parts 9 and 10

Territorial Library of Utah (1852 catalog)

Agriculture and Gardening
American History
Antiquities, Ethnology, Genealogy, Heraldry, Mythology, Numismatics
Architecture, and Engineering
Arts, Manufactures, and Domestic Economy
Asiatic and African History
Biography
Botany
Chemistry, Meteorology, Electricity, &c.
Collective Authors, and Polite Literature
Dictionaries, Grammars, and Alphabets
Domestic Animals and Veterinary
Drawing, Painting, Engraving, Sculpture and Music
Education
Encyclopaedias and General Dictionaries
European History
General, and Literary History, and Chronology
Geography and Topography
Law, Government, Political Economy, Statistics, &c.
Maps, Atlases, Globes and Busts
Mathematics; Astronomy, Navigation, and Surveying
Mechanics, Hydraulics, and Hydrostatics
Medicine, Surgery, Anatomy and Physiology
Memoirs, Transactions, and Publications of Literary and Scientific Institutions
Mineralogy and Geology
Natural History
Natural Philosophy; Ethics, Logic, Rhetoric and Criticism
Novels, Tales, Games and Sports
Orations, Addresses, Eulogies, Speeches, Lectures, and Letters
Periodicals and Newspapers; Catalogues
Poetry and Drama
Registers, Directories, Almanacs, and Guides
Theology, Ecclesiastical History and Law
Trade and Commerce
Voyages and Travels

This Is Why I Love to Read Old Letters

German E. Ellsworth
Heber J. Grant
J. Golden Kimball

The Trials of Cora Birdsall

Prologue, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11, Part 12, Part 13, Part 14, Part 15

Cora Had a Question, 1903
Elsie Birdsall Taylor, Cora’s Sister

Utah History

July 24, 1857
An 1870 Ghost Story
The Bones in the Pit
Booker T. Washington in Salt Lake City
A Country of Magnificent Distances
A Crime in Progress
Dashing Through the Snow
Edgardo and Bertha; or, Chief White Elk Weds Princess Ah-Tra-ah-Saun
Emancipation Day
Grave Robbing, Abraham Lincoln, and Polygamy
Hatchtown Dam Collapse
Heroes in the Desert, 1916 (Utah history)
Honor the Civil War Nurse
The Human Stories Behind Safety Regulations
It’s a Gas, Gas, Gas
John Jacob Williams: Pioneer Aviator
Justice for Hing Sing
The Liberty Bell
My Love Letter to Boy Scouts (Republished)
National Guard, 1916
An Occurrence at St. Mark’s Cathedral
Old Folks Day
Our Women Veterans (reposted as Our Mothers Answered the Call)
Powder Car Explosion, 1910
The Raucous Election of 1888
A Salvation Army Christmas
“To Succor Their Fellow Men”
Utah’s First Annapolis Cadet
Willard Flood, 1923
Wizard of the Wasatch

Vanguard Scouts: Mormon Boys in Their Mid-Teens

part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5

Venus in Tahiti

1915

5 February – 23 February, 24 February – 7 March, 8 March – 24 March, 25 March – 15 April,16 April – 28 April29 April – 21 May, 22 May – 8 June, 9 June – 4 July , 5 July – 31 July, 1 August – 23 August, 24 August – 12 September, 13 September – 7 October, 8 October – 28 October, 29 October – 21 November, 22 November – 31 December

1916

1 January – 18 January, 19 January 1 – 17 February, 18 February – 28 February, 29 February – 24 March, 25 March – 11 April, 12 April – 22 April, 24 April – 12 May, 13 May – 1 June, 2 June – 2 July, 3 July – 4 August, 5 August – 4 September, 6 September – 4 October, 5 October – 17 October, 18 October – 7 November, 8 November – 9 December, 10 December – 31 December

1917

1 January – 24 January, 25 January – 24 February, 25 February – 25 March, 26 March – 24 April, 25 April – 26 May, 27 May – 5 July, 6 July – 7 August, 8 August – 27 August, 28 August – 14 September, 15 September – 4 October, 5 October – 24 October, 1 November – 3 December 1917, 4 December – 10 January 1918, 21 Apr – 18 May

1918

11 January – 15 February, 16 February – 18 March, 19 March – 20 April, 19 May – 18 June, 19 June – 23 July, 27 July – 27 August, 28 August – 27 September, 28 September – 26 October, 27 October – 16 November, 17 November – 15 December, 16 December – 2 January 1919

1919

3 January – 28 January, 29 January – 25 February, 26 February – 3 April, 4 April – 30 April, 1 May – 30 May, 31 May – 14 July

Bonus Letter to Her Mother
Bonus Photo

The View From … (Expressions of the roles of women, women vis-a-vis the Church, etc.)

Ardishood: The View from 2010
“Called to Her Calling”: The View from 1903
Daughters of Zion: The View from 1903
The Emancipation of Women: The View from 1935
Equality of the Sexes: The View from 1890
“For Men and Women to Mingle”: The View from 1910
The Girl Who Marries: The View from 1908
Girls and Missionaries: The View from 1964
Girls and the Priesthood: The View from 1937
Girls and the Sacrament Table: the View from 1950
Girls at Home and Abroad: The View from 1903
Glory of Womanhood: The View from 1945
“God Requires This at Our Hands”: The View from 1895
In the Full Dignity of a Daughter of the Lord: The View from 1924
Lessons on Women and the Priesthood: The View from 2012
Mission of Motherhood: The View from 1962
Only an Old Maid: The View from 1900
Our Real Position in the Church of God: The View from 1850
Priesthood and Girlhood: The View from 1933
Priesthood and Womanhood: The View from 1933
Priesthood’s Blessings to Womanhood: The View from 1944
Restraining Influence of Girls: The View from 1901
A Righteous Girl: The View from 1942
Training Our Daughters in Homemaking Skills: The View from 1941
A Virtuous Woman: The View from 1942
What Girls Should Not Do: The View from 1914
Why a Mission is Good for Women: The View from 1915
Woman as Mother, Teacher and Compassionate Servant: The View from 1958
Woman: Most Valuable Property, Most Precious Gift: The View from 1917
Womanhood and Priesthood: The View from 1943
The Woman’s Role: The View from 1973
Women and the Church: The View from 1840
Women, Leisure, and Salvation: The View from 1937
Women’s Service, a Strength to the Church: the View from 1962
A Word to Little Girls: The View from 1867
“A Work for Them to Do”: The View from 1910

Volkstrauertag (coordinated and largely written by Amy Tanner Thiriot)

Volkstrauertag: A Commemorative Week

Achtung! Grosse Konferenz, 1928
Alfons Joseph Finck: Soldier and Missionary
Contest: “Angels of Glory Shout the Refrain” – Writing a Hymn
“Died in the Service of Their Fatherland”: German Latter-day Saints in WWI, 1916, 1919
Ernst Pola: “Do Not Fear!”: A Latter-day Saint in the German Army, 1915
General Conference, Zwickau, 1928
Great Fall Conference at Berlin, 1927
Hark, All Ye Nations: Contest Winners
Herbert Klopfer and the East German Mission During World War II
Volkstrauertag in Salt Lake City
TheWolfsgrün Displaced Persons Camp: Mormon Relief Efforts in the Soviet Occupation Zone, 1945-47

The Ward Music Guild

1: Music Program for the Year
2: Congregational Singing
3: The Functions of an Organist
4: What Is the Matter with Our Choral Singing?
5: Music for Worship
6: Interpretation of Music (Tempo)

“What Shall I Do?” Paid Employment for Mormon Girls, 1927

Part 1: The Nurse
Part 2: The Teacher
Part 3: The Salesgirl
Part 4: The Musician
Part 5: Domestic Art and Science
Part 6: The Beauty Operator
Part 7: The Stenographer
Part 8: The Artist
part 9: The Doctor
part 10: The Writer

The Whole Year Through

Beneficial Life, 1958
Bookcraft, 1954, Bookcraft, 1958
BYU Advertising, 1936, 1954, 1963
Children’s Friend, 1926
Children’s Friend, 1950
Children’s Friend, 1951
Children’s Friend, 1952
Children’s Friend, 1957
Children’s Friend, 1958
Children’s Friend, 1962
Children’s Friend, 1963
Children’s Friend, 1964
Childrens Friend, 1965
Daynes Music Advertising, 1915
Deseret Book Ads, 1956
The Deseret News Advertises in the Children’s Friend, 1949
Educational Opportunities, 1923
Gaynotes, 1959-1968
Home Fire Insurance Company, 1905
Hotel Utah Advertising, 1944
Improvement Era, 1963
Instructor, 1948, 1949
“Junior Council” (the Primary’s TV show), 1957
Juvenile Instructor, 1914, 1915, 1926, 1929
KSL Advertising, 1937
LDS Business College, 1944, 1954
Melchizedek Priesthood, 1938
Relief Society, 1976-77
Relief Society Magazine, 1917, 1933, 1939, 1941
The Sax Education of Mormons, 1926
Teachers’ Quorum, 1940

Without Purse or Scrip in Texas

1899

20 October – 8 November, 9 November – 30 November, 1 December-19 December, 22 December 1899-14 January 1900

1900

15 January-4February, 5 February-18 February, 20 February – 5 March, 6 March – 18 March, 19 March – 31 March, 1 April – 16 April, 17 April – 4 May, 5 May – 17 May, 18 May – 2 June, 1 June – 18 June, 19 June – 8 July, 9 July – 31 July1 August – 20 August, 21 August – 10 September, 11 September – 7 October, 3 October – 31 October, 1 November – 18 November, 19 November – 4 December, 5 December-17 December, 18 December-31 December

1901

1 January-19 January, 11 January-25 January, 26 January – 6 February, 7 February – 18 February, 19 February – 28 February, 1 March – 12 March, 13 March – 25 March, 26 March – 7 April, 8 April – 20 April, 21 April – 3 May, , 15 May – 27 May, 28 May – 8 June, 9 June – 21 June, 22 June – 4 July, 5 July – 19 July, 20 July – 7 August, 8 August – 25 August, 26 August -10 September, 11 September – 27 September, 28 September – 10 October, 11 October – 23 October, 24 October – 6 November, 7 November – 21 November, 17 December – 27 December, 22 November – 3 December, 4 December – 16 December, 28 December – 4 January 1902

1902

5 January – 12 January, 13 January – 24 January, 25 January – 6 February, 7 February – 20 February, 21February – 15 March

Technical Note

The Woman Alone

Preview
1: Achieving Interdependece
2: Strength in Self-Respect
3: Developing Spiritual Interdependence with the Lord
4: People Need People

“You Have Been Listening …”

… to the Church of the Air: New Witnesses for Christ
… to Gordon B. Hinckley’s Frontiers, 1936
… to the L.D.S. Children’s Hospital Broadcast, 1933
… to an LDS Radio Broadcast: Visiting a Primary Meeting, 1933
… to an M.I.A. Broadcast: Indian Lore for the Vanguards, 1933
… to the Mormon Elders in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 14 June 1931
… to a Relief Society Broadcast: Memories (1933)
… to the Sunday Evening Broadcast

“Come, Come Ye Saints”
Early Hymns of the Restoration
Heber J. Grant’s 80th Birthday, 1936
History of LDS Hymns
The Hymns of John Jaques
“The Morning Breaks, the Shadows Flee”
Our Missions in Wartime Europe, 1941
“The Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief,” 1933
Three Hymns by Charles W. Penrose

… to the Sunday Morning Church of the Air

The Young Man and His Vocation, 1925-26

Introduction
Lesson 1: Succeeding in Life
Lesson 2: The Need of Vocations
Lesson 3: Kinds of Vocations
Lesson 4: The Vocational Situation
Lesson 5: The Agricultural Pursuits
Lesson 6: The Trades
Lesson 7: Manufacturing
Lesson 8: Business
Lesson 9: Engineering – Architecture
Lesson 10: Medical and Legal Professions
Lesson 11: Teaching– Librarian
Lesson 12: Art – Music – The Stage
Lesson 13: Mining
Lesson 14: Research – Science – Expert Service
Lesson 15: Journalism – Authorship
Lesson 16: Vocations Developed in Recent Years
Lesson 17: Vocations for the Disabled and for Special Conditions
Lesson 18: Choosing the Right Vocation
Lesson 19: Preparation for a Vocation
Lesson 20: Securing and Keeping a Position
Lesson 21: Keeping Fit
Lesson 22: Efficiency in Work
Lesson 23: Some Vocational Problems
Lesson 24: The Vocational Outlook



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