Conveyance & Contribution: Mormon Scots Gather to an American Zion
Scottish Saints, Mormon Studies, Zion, Scottish immigrants
“I believed in the principal [sic] of the gathering and felt it my duty to go although it was a severe trial to me, in my feelings to leave my native land and the pleasing associations that I had formed there; but my heart was fixed. I knew in whom I had trusted and with the fire of Israel’s God burning in my bosom, I forsook my home.”1 So wrote Mormon convert Jane C. Robinson Hindley, who gathered to an American Zion in the mid nineteenth century
Original Publication Citation
Fred E. Woods, “Conveyance and Contribution: Mormon Scots Gather to an American Zion,” History Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland, 5, no. 4 (July/August 2005):48-54.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Woods, Fred, "Conveyance & Contribution: Mormon Scots Gather to an American Zion" (2005). Faculty Publications. 5596.
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