Mormon Historical Studies - Fall 2013 | Vol. 14 | No. 2

 

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Articles

Looking Beyond the Borders of Mexico: Historian Andrew Jenson and the Opening of Mormon Missionary Work in Latin America
by Justin R. Bray and Reid L.Neilson

Life at a Church Academy: The Murdock LDS Academy in Beaver, Utah
Casey Paul Griffiths

Transitioning Benemérito de las Américas into the Mexico Missionary Training Center
Barbara E. Morgan

The History of LDS Seminaries and Institutes in Taiwan
John Hilton III and Po Nien (Felipe) Chou

“Firm and Steadfast in the Faith”: Patterson O’Banion and the Battle of Crooked River
Erin B. Metcalfe

Loftur Jónsson: A Mormon Icelandic Pillar of Strength
Fred E. Woods and Kári Bjarnason

Reexamining Lorenzo Snow’s 1899 Tithing Revelation
Dennis B. Horne

Document

“I Cannot Refrain from Testifying”: Edith Mary Turpin’s Observations about Mormonism and Plural Marriage
Rachel Cope

Remarks

Bruce R. McConkie: A Special Witness
Joseph Fielding McConkie

Book Reviews

Histories Volume 1: Joseph Smith Histories, 1832–1844
Karen Lynn Davidson, David J. Whittaker, Mark R. Ashurst-McGee, and Richard L. Jenson, eds.
Reviewed by Diana Dial Reynolds

War & Peace In Our Time: Mormon Perspectives
Patrick Q. Mason, J. David Pulispher, and Richard L. Bushman, eds.
Reviewed by Brian Q. Cannon

Civil War Saints
Kenneth L.Alford, ed.
Reviewed by Bryon C. Andreasen

Go Ye into All the World: The Growth and Development of Mormon Missionary Work
Reid L. Neilson and Fred E. Woods, eds.
Reviewed by Amanda Hendrix-Komoto

Plain but Wholesome: Foodways of the Mormon Pioneers
Brock Cheney
Reviewed by Richard W. Sadler