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British Newspaper Shares Miraculous Story of Pioneer Whose Head Was Crushed by Ox Cart

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Warning: Some of the descriptions of the accident include content that some readers may find disturbing. "T...

I Am a Believer, But I Don’t “Just Believe”

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I am a believer, but contrary to the Tony award winning Book of Mormon musical, I don’t “just believe.” My ...

Historical Letters: Neighbors Defend Early Saints

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Dear Sir: I wish you could call public attention to the situation of the Mormons, who were driven out of Il...

Eleanor and Emma

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The early years in the Salt Lake Valley were years of shortages. The seagulls may have beaten back the cric...

Pretend Mormons

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Apparently in the early years, at least, of the Church in Britain, men claiming to be Mormons, even claimin...

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Norlan G. and Sheron R. Walker: Service in the Nuclear Age

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Between 1951 and 1962, the Nevada Test Site northwest of Las Vegas was the location of exactly 100 above-gr...

The Wife I Want, 1893

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“Garcon” outlined his ideal wife in an article published in the December, 1893 issue of The Young Woman’s J...

Cool History - Booker T. Washington in Salt Lake City

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Booker T. Washington, born into slavery on a Virginia plantation in 1856, had gone on to a brilliant career...

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Why We Don’t Have Ads in Church Magazines Anymore

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We can’t know for certain, of course, but I like to think that page layouts like this one from 1970 may hav...

What Latter-day Saint Women Should Know, 1906 (III)

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This and that, directed to LDS women in the publications of 1906: The Wage Earner The working girl’s dress ...