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Read some of Elder Gordon B. Hinckley's newswriting from 1936

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They came nearly five hundred strong. Every portion of food was served in a piece of yesterday’s newspaper ...

How We Taught This Lesson in the Past: Lesson 8: Living Righteously in a Wicked World

by Keepapitchinin | Lesson Helps

The second of the three Abraham lessons in the current manual focuses on episodes in Abraham’s life which i...

How to request copies of patriarchal blessings

by Keepapitchinin | Everything Else

The process for requesting copies of patriarchal blessings (either your own, or for a direct-line ancestor)...

So You Think You Can Dance, 1851 edition

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The Sabbath quiet of the newly formed Mormon colony at Parowan, Utah, was shattered one morning by the arri...

George Henry Mecham Pays a “Debt”

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By now you’re probably familiar with the story of Joseph Millett, which has been told several times in chur...

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The Latter-day Saints Who Rallied to Aid the Titanic’s Victims

by Keepapitchinin | Makes You Think

London’s Latter-day Saints were as shocked as the rest of the world by news of the Titanic’s sinking on 15 ...

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When a 1937 Movie Newsreel Called Mormons "The Wealthiest Churchgoers in the World"

by Keepapitchinin | Fun Mormon Life

MR says: This is simply incredible! A movie newsreel from the Great Depression touting Mormons, the Ch...

Orrilla Northway Rose Higley: “If You Should Have a Chance to Hear a Mormon Elder Preach”

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Orrilla Northway was born 13 June 1795 at Granby, Connecticut. She married Josephus Rose of Granville, Mass...

Butch Cassidy, Wayward Mormon, Surfaces Again

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The outlaw Butch Cassidy was born as Robert LeRoy Parker on 13 April 1866 in Beaver, Utah, son of Maximilia...

Be the Girl of Your Dreams: The For the Strength of Youth of the 1950s

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Almost two years ago, Janice W. asked whether anyone remembered Be the Girl of Your Dreams from the 1950s, ...