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The history of 'Mormon Tea'

by Salt Lake Tribune | Opinions & Features

Mormon Tea, also known as Brigham Tea, is made from a leafless shrub with jointed stems that grows abundant...


Picturing history: Brigham Young home in Iowa

by Deseret News | Everything Else

After leaving Missouri, Brigham Young and his family settled in Montrose, Iowa, across the Mississippi Rive...


The Mormons Sit Out the Civil War

by New York Times | Opinions & Features

On May 1, 1862, Capt. Lot Smith led a cavalry company of a little more than 100 volunteers from Salt Lake C...


In Our Lovely Deseret: Where does our journey take us after baptism?

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

What things have you found yourself doing, year after year, on your baptism day? Brigham Young was baptized...


Old Mormon Fort offers glimpse into the past

by The Spectrum | Opinions & Features

Let’s face it — most people don’t visit Las Vegas to see historic old forts. Many of you have probably driv...

What Does it Mean to Be Offended?

by The Exponent | Best of LDS Blogs

I’ve noticed that often expressions of concern about the church’s actions are met with comments about being...


Provo Utah Temple: Four decades of service

by LDS Church News | Opinions & Features

On Feb. 9, the Provo Utah Temple will celebrate its 40th anniversary. Early residents of Provo cherished Br...

Prophets of the Restoration

by | What We Believe


How Brigham Young helped win a baseball game

by Deseret News | Saints & Sports

Editor's note: While serving a mission with his wife in the Utica New York Mission, George L. Eads of Breme...


A Note about Brigham’s Beard

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

Although Brigham Young was eliminated from the final runoff when he lost to Joseph F. Smith in the “Patriar...