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Submissions from 2003

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The 1853 Mormon Migration through Keokuk, Fred E. Woods and Douglas Atterberg

Submissions from 2002

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“Blessed Is the First Man Baptised in This Font”: Reuben McBride, First Proxy to Be Baptized for the Dead in the Nauvoo Temple, Alexander L. Baugh

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“For This Ordinance Belongeth to My House”: The Practice of Baptism for the Dead Outside the Nauvoo Temple, Alexander L. Baugh

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Has the Lord Turned Bankrupt? The Attempted Sale of the Nauvoo Temple, 1846-1850, Richard Bennett

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How Long, Oh Lord, How Long? James E. Talmage and the Great War, Richard Bennett

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Lucy Smith’s History and Abner Cole’s Piracy of Extracts from the Book of Mormon, Andrew H. Hedges

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The “I’s” of Corinth: Modern Problems Not New, Mary Jane Woodger

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The Cemetery Record of William D. Huntington, Nauvoo Sexton, Fred E. Woods

Submissions from 2001

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A Relic of the Mormon Missouri Period: The Haun’s Mill Stone at Breckenridge, Missouri, Alexander L. Baugh

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From High Hopes to Despair: The Missouri Period, 1831–39, Alexander L. Baugh

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Making Church History Come Alive: A Conversation with LaMar C. Berrett, Alexander L. Baugh

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Not Every Missourian Was a Bad Guy: Hiram G. Parks’ 1839 Letter to James Sloan in Quincy, Illinois, Alexander L. Baugh

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“We Took Our Change of Venue to the State of Illinois”: The Gallatin Hearing and the Escape of Joseph Smith and the Mormon Prisoners from Missouri, April 1839, Alexander L. Baugh

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And I Saw the Hosts of the Dead, Both Small and Great: Joseph F. Smith, World War I, and His Visions of the Dead, Richard Bennett

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When Men and Mountains Meet: Pioneer Life in Utah’s Ogden Valley, Andrew H. Hedges

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Bitter Sweet: John Taylor's Introduction of the Sugar Beet Industry in Deseret, Mary Jane Woodger

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Two Sides of a River: Mormon Transmigration through Quincy, Illinois, and Hannibal, Missouri, Fred E. Woods

Submissions from 2000

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Ramus/Macedonia (Illinois) Markers Dedicated, William G. Hartley and Alexander L. Baugh

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"I Wondered If I Could Feel at Home": Southern Alberta Through the Eyes of Its Early Saints, 1883-1910, Andrew H. Hedges

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Commentary on the leadership of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints during the Vietnam War, Mary Jane Woodger

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Leah Widtsoe: Pioneer in healthy lifestyle family education, Mary Jane Woodger

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The Words of C.S. Lewis as Used by the Leadership of the LDS Church, Mary Jane Jane Woodger

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Norfolk and the Mormon Folk: Latter-day Saint Immigration through Old Dominion (1887-90), Fred E. Woods

Submissions from 1999

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In This Issue: Returning to Nauvoo, Alexander L. Baugh

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Commentary on the Leadership of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints during the Vietnam War, Mary Jane Jane Woodger

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Gathering to Nauvoo: Mormon Immigration 1840-46, Fred E. Woods

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More Precious than Gold: The Journey to and through Zion in 1849-50, Fred E. Woods

Submissions from 1998

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A Community Abandoned: W. W. Phelps’ 1839 Letter to Sally Waterman Phelps from Far West, Missouri, Alexander L. Baugh

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Introduction Missouri Mormonism: Past and Present, Alexander L. Baugh

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The Star-Spangled Banner Forever be Furled: The Mormon Exodus as Liberty, Richard Bennett

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First Impressions: California Through the Eyes of Its Early Saints, 1846-1857, Andrew H. Hedges

Submissions from 1997

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Some Reflections at Winter Quarters, Richard Bennett

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The Idaho Territorial Penitentiary's First Female Inmate, Fred E. Woods

Submissions from 1996

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Inmates of Honor: Mormon Cohabs in the Idaho Penitentiary, 1885-1890, Fred E. Woods and Merle W. Wells

Submissions from 1995

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Samuel Bogart's 1839 Letter About the Mormons to the Quincy Postmaster, Alexander L. Baugh

Submissions from 1986

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Cousin Laman in the Wilderness: The Beginnings of Brigham Young's Indian Policy, Richard Bennett

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Eastward to Eden: The Nauvoo Rescue Missions, Richard Bennett