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EVENING WITH AN EDITOR
We are pleasedÂ to announce that Devery Anderson, editor ofÂ Salt Lake School of the Prophets, 1867-1883Â (published by Signature Books) will be here onÂ Tuesday, October 23, to speak about his book. He will beÂ here from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and will speak at 6:00Â and will answer questions and sign books before and after that time. We hope you will be able to make it that night but, if not, we can mail a signed copy or hold one here at the store for pick-up. To RSVP on Facebook, clickÂ 7057843127.
In 1833 Joseph Smith founded a school to train ministers and missionaries and called it the School of the Prophets. Entrance was limited to men of the priesthood, and the initiatory ceremony reenacted the washing of feet described in the New Testament. The school met sporadically until 1837. Brigham Young resurrected it in Utah in 1867.
Youngâs version of the school was more of a decision-making body than an academic institution. The Salt Lake School of the Prophets chose candidates for political office, regulated a command economy, and discussedâand ruled uponâtheological and procedural questions. It also established satellite schools in all the major settlements in the territory. Young dismissed the washing of feet ritual, but he insisted that potential members receive a recommend from their local bishops, based on worthiness, to participate in the school. Membership cards were issued, and rolls were called.
After the school built a membership of nearly 1,000, it became a victim of its own success as it became nearly impossible to keep the groupâs deliberations secret. Incensed to find information leaking to outsiders, Young closed the school in 1872 and started over, carefully scrutinizing each member before inviting him back. The school lasted another two years before being replaced by a council governing the United Order, an LDS cooperative association.
Over the span of the schoolâs existence, members discussed the churchâs most controversial doctrines, invented strategies for retaining control of the political landscape, pressured people to boycott non-Mormon establishments, and expressed their most heartfelt emotions in what would today be thought of as an LDS testimony meeting.
Youngâs successor, John Taylor, tried to revive the school in 1883 based on a revelation he received commanding him to do so. But despite his best efforts, nothing would come of it. Looking back today, the schoolâs legacy is the influence it had on LDS theology and the belief that Mormon autonomy can be preserved against pressures to assimilate into the larger society. The minutes, made available in print for the first time in this publication, answer many questions about pioneer Utah and the role of the LDS Church in government and economics, as well as provide insight into the development of doctrine.
Devery S. AndersonÂ holds a degree in history from the University of Utah and an MA in publishing from George Washington University. He is co-editor of a two-book set that in 2006 won the Mormon History Associationâs Best Documentary Book Award:Â Joseph Smithâs Quorum of the Anointed, 1842â1845Â andÂ The Nauvoo Endowment Companies, 1845â1846. He is the sole editor of a companion volume,The Development of LDS Temple Worship, 1846â2000. He authored an award-winning serialized history ofÂ Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought; his bookÂ Emmett Till: The Murder That Shocked the WorldÂ and Propelled the Civil RightsÂ MovementÂ is the basis for a forthcoming miniseries; and he has published on historical topics in theÂ Journal of Mormon History,Â Southern Quarterly, andÂ SunstoneÂ magazine.
Salt Lake School of the Prophets, 1867-1883. Signature Books. 640pp. Hardcover. Reg. $47.95,Â SALE $38.35Â (as part of our fall sale outlined below)
Also by Devery Anderson
Joseph Smith’s Quorum of the Anointed, 1842-1843: A Documentary History. Signature Books, 2005. Hardback. Reg. $39.95,Â SALE $31.95
Nauvoo Endowment Companies, 1845-1846: A Documentary History. Signature Books, 2005. Hardback. Reg. $39.95,Â SALE $31.95
The Development of LDS Temple Worship, 1846-2000: A Documentary History. Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 2011. Reg. $49.95,Â SALE $39.95
Emmett Till: The Murder That Shocked the World and Propelled the Civil Rights Movement. Mississippi: University Press of Mississippi, 2015. Paperback. Reg. $25.00,Â SALE $19.99
Itâs time once again for our traditional annual Fall Sale. Weâve got a lot of inventory and that means lots of wonderful books at great prices. This is the time to stock up on some of the best books in Mormon Studies and others that have been available for a whileâat at attractive sale prices. For the rest of October, most items in the store are being offered at 20-30% off (not including books on our perennial sale tables that can be 40% to 80%, or more, off original prices). Usually temptation is not a good thing, but we are trying to tempt you by offering free books and free shipping, depending on how much you buy. See below for details.Thank you once again for helping Benchmark Books continue selling good books at reasonable prices. We are now beginning our 32nd year.
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- Burton, Richard F.Â Â City of the Saints: Among the Mormons And Across the Rocky Mountains to California. The Narrative Press. Paperback. (Original retail: $28.95)
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Skousen, Royal with the collaboration of Stanford Carmack.Â The History of the Text of the Book of Mormon, The Nature of the Original LanguageÂ (Parts 3â4). FARMS/BYU Studies, 2018. Hardcover. Reg. $99.99/set,Â SALE $79.99.Â The Nature of the Original LanguageÂ (NOL) continues the analysis of the Book of Mormon text that was begun inÂ Grammatical VariationÂ (GV), parts 1 and 2 of volume 3 of the critical text, published in 2016. InÂ that first work, Royal Skousen (with the collaboration of Stanford Carmack), discussed all the editing that the Book of Mormon has undergone, in its manuscript transmission and in the printed editions from 1830 up to the current edition. Critics of the text have viewed the nonstandard grammar of the original text (âthey was yet wrothâ and âinÂ them daysâ) as an indication of Joseph Smithâs dialect, but Skousen and Carmack argue in GV that the so-called bad grammar of the original text was actually Early Modern English and represents language that appeared in published texts from the 1500s and 1600s. Now in NOL, Skousen (again with the assistance of Carmack) argues that virtually all of the language of the Book of Mormon, not just the bad grammar, is found in Early Modern English. And not only are these words, phrases, and expressions in the text largely from Early Modern English, but a good many of them ceased to exist in English prior to 1700 (examples likeÂ but ifÂ âunlessâ,Â do awayÂ âto dismissâ, andÂ idlenessÂ âmeaningless wordsâ). In all, Skousen identifies about 80 such word uses, phrases, and expressions that disappeared from English one to three centuries before the 1830 publication of the Book of Mormon.
Van Orden, Bruce A.Â We’ll Sing and We’ll Shout: The Life and Times of W. W. Phelps. RSC/Deseret Book, 2018. 526pp. Hardcover.Â Reg. $31.99,Â SALE $25.60. In this comprehensive biography, learn of the ups and downs of W. W. Phelps, early Latter-day Saint leader, printer, scribe, ghostwriter, and monumental hymn writer. He printed the Book of Commandments and other early standard works. He was one of the council of presidents that guided the Church in Kirtland in 1835 36. Phelps continued to be the leading light in newspaper publishing in Nauvoo. As political clerk, he assisted Joseph Smith in his roles as mayor of Nauvoo and contender for the US presidency. Phelps also played a key role in the Council of Fifty. He went west with the Saints, helped propose the State of Deseret, and published prose and poetry in the Deseret News and his Deseret Almanac. Phelpsâs strong feelings sometimes put him at odds with Church leaders, and he was excommunicated three times, rejoining each time.Â **signed copies still available**
Saints, The Story of the Church of Jesus Christ, vol. 1: The Standard of Truth, 1815â1846. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2018. 699pp. Paperback. Reg. $9.99,Â SALE $7.99.Â In 1820, a young farm boy in search of truth has a vision of God the Father and Jesus Christ. Three years later, an angel guides him to an ancient record buried in a hill near his home. With Godâs help, he translates the record and organizes the Saviorâs church in the latter days. Soon others join him, accepting the invitation to become Saints through the Atonement of Jesus Christ. But opposition and violence follow those who defy old traditions to embrace restored truths. The women and men who join the church must choose whether or not they will stay true to their covenants, establish Zion, and proclaim the gospel to a troubled world.Â The Standard of TruthÂ is the first book inÂ Saints, a new, four-volume narrative history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Fast-paced, meticulously researched, Saints recounts true stories of Latter-day Saints across the globe and answers the Lordâs call to write history âfor the good of the church, and for the rising generationsâ (Doctrine and Covenants 69:8).
Van Dyke, Blair G., Brian D. Birch and Boyd J. Petersen (eds.).Â The Expanded Canon: Perspectives on Mormonism & Sacred Texts. Greg Kofford Books, 2018. 258pp. Paperback.Â Reg. $25.95,Â SALE $20.75/HardbackâReg. $35.95,Â SALE $28.80Â (hardback copies arriving soonâpre-order now!). Among the most distinctive and defining features of Mormonism is the affirmation of continuing revelation through modern day prophets and apostles. An important component of this concept is the acknowledgement of an open canonâthat the body of authoritative scriptural texts can expand as new revelations are made available and presented to the membership for ratification. This volume brings together both Mormon and non-Mormon scholars to examine the place, purpose, and meaning of the LDS Standard Works (Christian Bible, Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants, and Pearl of Great Price) in the Mormon tradition, as well as the extra-canonical sources that play a near-scriptural role in the lives of believers. Approaching LDS scripture from a variety of disciplines, methodologies, and perspectives, these scholars offer new insights into both the historical and contemporary understandings of Mormon continuing revelation.
Stone, Daniel.Â William Bickerton: Forgotten Latter Day Prophet. Signature Books, 2018. 400pp. Hardcover.Â Reg. $35.95,Â SALE $28.80. William Bickerton is the founding prophet of theÂ third-largest Latter Day Saint denomination, knownÂ as the Church of Jesus Christ. Remarkably, his lifeÂ has largely remained in the shadows.Â Bickerton immigrated to America in 1831 atÂ the height of the Second Great Awakening. InÂ 1845 Sidney Rigdon, a former counselor to foundingÂ prophet Joseph Smith, accepted him into theÂ Church of Christ. Rigdon soon bankrupted hisÂ church and abandoned his followers. Unsure whereÂ to turn, Bickerton joined with Brigham Young untilÂ a moral objection to polygamy left him once againÂ in search of a religious community. Divine inspirationÂ led Bickerton to form his own church based onÂ the original teachings of Joseph Smith. A visionary man, Bickerton expanded his churchÂ along the western frontier, even among the NativeÂ Americans, and kept his congregation afloat throughÂ financial trials. Yet when an allegation of maritalÂ infidelity against Bickerton split his church in two,Â he was disfellowshipped and his legacy obscured.Â Biographer Daniel P. Stone carefully reconstructsÂ the forgotten details of this American mystic.
Bergera, Gary James, ed.Â ConfessionsÂ of aÂ Mormon Historian: The Diaries of Leonard J. Arrington, 1971â1997, 3 vols. Signature Books. 3 volumes in slipcase.Â Reg. $150/set,Â SALE $119.99. Leonard Arrington (1917â99) was born an Idaho chicken rancherÂ whose early interests seemed not to extendÂ much beyond the American west.Â Throughout his life, he tended to projectÂ a folksy persona, although nothing wasÂ farther from the truth. He was, in fact, an intellectually oriented,Â academically driven young man,Â determined to explore the historical,Â economic, cultural, and religious issuesÂ of his time. After distinguishing himselfÂ at the University of North CarolinaÂ (Chapel Hill) and serving in the armyÂ during World War II in North Africa andÂ Italy, Arrington accepted a professorshipÂ at Utah State University. In 1972 he wasÂ called as the LDS Church HistorianâanÂ office he held for ten years until, followingÂ a stormy tenure full of controversy over whether the âNew Mormon HistoryâÂ he championed was appropriate forÂ the church, he was quietly released andÂ transferred, along with the entire ChurchÂ History Division, to Brigham Young University. It was hoped that this wouldÂ remove the impression in peopleâs mindsÂ that his writings were church-approved. His personal diaries reveal a man whoÂ was firmly committed to his church, asÂ well as to rigorous historical scholarship.Â His eye for detail made him an important observer of âchurch headquartersÂ culture.â
Ashurst-McGee, Mark, Robin Scott Jensen and Sharalyn D. Howcroft (eds.).Â Foundational Texts of Mormonism: Examining Major Early Sources. Oxford University Press, 2018. 429pp. Hardcover.Â Reg. $74.00,Â SALE $59.20. Joseph Smith, founding prophet and martyr of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, personally wrote, dictated, or commissioned thousands of documents. Among these are several highly significant sources that scholars have used over and over again in their attempts to reconstruct the founding era of Mormonism, usually by focusing solely on content, without a deep appreciation for how and why a document was produced. This book offers case studies of the sources most often used by historians of the early Mormon experience. Each chapter takes a particular document as its primary subject, considering the production of a document as an historical event in itself, with its own background, purpose, circumstances, and consequences. The documents are examined not merely as sources of information but as artifacts that reflect aspects of the general culture and particular circumstances in which they were created. This book will help historians working in the founding era of Mormonism gain a more solid grounding in the period’s documentary record by supplying important information on major primary sources.
Kerns, Travis. The Saints of Zion: An Introduction to Mormon Theology. B&H Academic, 2018. 288pp. Paperback. Reg. $24.95,Â SALE $19.95Â (arriving soon).
Janzen, Rebecca. Liminal Sovereignty: Mennonites and Mormons in Mexican Culture. SUNY Press, 2018. 200pp. Hardback.Â $85.00 (no discountâspecial order only, please notify us if you would like a copy)
Jones, Megan Sanborn. Contemporary Mormon Pageantry: Seeking After the Dead. University of Michigan, 2018. 336pp. Hardback.Â $80.00 (no discountâspecial order only, please notify us if you would like a copy)
Bowman, Matthew and Rosemary Demos (eds.).Â A Preparatory Redemption: Reading Alma 12â13. Neal A. Maxwell Institute, 2018. 105pp. Paperback. Reg. $15.95,Â SALE $12.75.
Strickling, Laura Rutter.Â On Fire in Baltimore: Black Mormon Women and Conversion in a Raging City. Greg Kofford Books, 2018. 175 pp. Paperback. Reg. $20.95,Â SALE $16.75.
Bowen, Matthew L.Â Name as Key-Word: Collected Essays on Onomastic Wordplay and the Temple in Mormon Scripture. Eborn Books, 2018. 347pp. Hardcover. Reg. $24.95,Â SALE $19.95
Richardson, Steven L. and Benjamin M. Richardson.Â Wasatch 3D Atlas. 2i3D, 2018. 48pp. Spiral bound. Reg. $24.95,Â SALE $19.95.
Dunning, Linda. Utah Territory Tales. 2018. First printing. 661pp. Paperback. Reg. $25.00,Â SALE $19.99.
Colvin, Gina and Joanna Brooks (eds.).Decolonizing Mormonism: Approaching a Postcolonial Zion. University of Utah Press, 2018. 323pp. Paperback.Â Reg. $24.95,SALE $19.95.
Stapley, Jonathan A.The Power of Godliness: Mormon Liturgy and Cosmology. Oxford University Press, 2018. 184pp. Hardcover.Â Reg. $29.99,Â SALE $23.99.
Bringhurst, Newell G.Â Saints, Slaves, and Blacks: The Changing Place of Black People Within Mormonism, second ed. Greg Kofford Books, 2018. 261pp. Paperback.Â Reg. $27.95,Â SALE $22.35.
Smith, William Victor.Â Textual Studies of the Doctrine and Covenants: The Plural Marriage Revelation. Greg Kofford Books, 2018. 273pp. PaperbackâReg. $26.95,SALE $21.55/HardbackâReg. $59.95,Â $47.95.
Handley, George B.Â Learning to Like Life: A Tribute to Lowell Bennion. George B. Handley, 2017. 107pp. Paperback. Reg. $12.99,Â SALE $11.05Â (15% discount)
Godfrey, Matthew C, et al.Â The Joseph Smith Papers, Documents, Volume 7: September 1839-January 1841.Â Church Historian’s Press, 2018. 712pp. Hardback. Reg. $54.95, SALE $43.95.
Neilson, Reid L. and Scott D. Marianno.Â A Voice in the Wilderness: The 1888-1930 General Conference Sermons of Mormon Historian Andrew Jenson. Oxford University Press, 2018. 338pp. Hardcover.Â Reg. $74.00,Â SALE $59.20.
Cowan, Richard O.Â A Beacon on a Hill: The Los Angeles Temple. RSC/ Deseret Book, 2018 364pp. Hardcover. Reg. $31.99,Â SALE $25.60.
Kern, KC (ed.).Â The Journals of Jacob Gates. NP. 479pp. Single volume–polished transcript only. Paperback. Reg. $14.99,Â SALE $11.99/Hardback. Reg. $29.99,Â SALE $23.99.
- Facsimile edition–scan on left page, exact transcript on right page. 5 vols. PaperbackâReg. $59.99,Â SALE $47.99/HardbackâReg. $149.99,Â SALE $119.99. **special order onlyâplease notify us if you would like to purchase these booksâthey are print-on-demand and may take a week or two to arrive**
Grayson, Donald K.Â Sex & Death on the Western Emigrant Trail: The Biology of Three American Tragedies. University of Utah Press, 2018. 246pp. Paperback. Reg. $29.95,Â SALE $23.95.
Bennett, Richard E.Â The Journey West: The Pioneer Journals of Horace K. Whitney with Insights by Helen Mar Kimball Whitney. RSC/Deseret Book, 2018. 442 pp. Hardcover.Â Reg. $31.99,Â SALE $25.60
Tullis, F. LaMond.Â Martyrs in Mexico: A Mormon Story of Revolution and Redemption. RSC/ Deseret Book, 2018. 182pp. Hardcover. Reg. $19.99,Â SALE $15.99
Woods, Fred E.Â Melting the Ice: A History of Latter-day Saints in Alaska. BYU Studies, 2018. 363pp. Hardcover. Reg. $19.95,Â SALE $15.95
Miller, Adam S.Â An Early Resurrection: Life in Christ before You Die. Neal A. Maxwell Institute/ Deseret Book, 2018. 128pp. Paperback. Reg. $11.99,Â SALE $9.99.
Rosenvall, Lynn A. and David L. Rosenvall.Â A New Approach to Studying the Gospel of Jesus Christ: A Unified Harmony of the Testimonies of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Olive Leaf Foundation, 2018. 365pp. Paperback.Â Reg. $14.99,Â SALE $11.99.
Trimble, Greg.Â The Cultural Evolution Inside of Mormonism. Greg Trimble, 2017. 242pp. Paperback.Â Reg. $14.99,Â SALE $11.99.
Paul, Charles Randall.Â Converting the Saints: A Study of Religious Rivalry in America. Greg Kofford Books, 2018. 256pp. Paperback.Â Reg. $26.95,Â SALE $21.55
Taylor, John.Â An Examination into and an Elucidation of the Great Principle of the Mediation and Atonement. Mormon Roots, 2018. 205pp. Reprint of first edition (1882) with historical introduction. Hardcover– Reg. $26.95,Â SALE $21.50./Hardcover w/ dust jacket– Reg. $29.95,Â SALE $23.99.
Hartley, William G.Â Faithful and Fearless: Major Howard Egan–Early Mormonism and the Pioneering of the American West. Howard Egan Biography, 2017. 619pp. Hardcover. Reg. $44.95,Â SALE $35.95.
McConkie, James and Judith.Â Whom Say Ye That I Am?: Lessons from the Jesus of Nazareth. Greg Kofford Books, 2018. 285 pp. Paperback. Reg. $27.95,Â SALE $22.35.
Miller, Adam S. and Joseph Spencer, eds.Â Christ and Antichrist: Reading Jacob 7. Neal A. Maxwell Institute, 2018. 148pp. Paperback.Â Reg. $15.95,Â SALE $12.95.
Miller, Adam S.Â The Sun Has Burned My Skin: A Modest Paraphrase of Solomon’s Song of Songs. BCC Press, 2017. 68pp. Paperback.Â Reg $7.99,Â SALE $6.80 (15% discount).
Cope, Rachel, Amy Easton-Flake, Keith A. Erekson and Lisa Olsen Tait (eds.).Â Mormon Womenâs History: Beyond Biography. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2017. 278pp. From the Fairleigh Dickinson University Press Mormon Studies Series. Hardcover.Â $95.00 (no discount).Â **special orderâplease let us know if you would like to get a copy**
Wilkinson, Craig West and Debra Deanne Olsen.Â The “People’s Governor”: The Honorable Culbert Levy Olson, Governor of California 1939-1943, Humanitarian – Ex-Mormon – Atheist.Â Dr. Craig West Wilkinson and Ms. Debra Deanne Olson, 2017. 418pp. Paperback. Reg. $29.95,Â SALE $23.95.
Ure, James W.Â Stop the Press: How the Mormon Church Tried to Silence theÂ Salt Lake Tribune. Prometheus Books, 2018. 311pp. Paperback.Â Reg. $18.00,Â SALE $14.40.
McCourt, Tom and Wade Allinson.Â The Elk Mountain Mission: A History of Moab, Mormons, The Old Spanish Trail and the Sheberetch Utes. Southpaw Publications, 2017.Â 192pp. Paperback.Â Reg. $17.00,Â SALE $13.60.
We are pleased to offer a fantastic selection of titles from Signature Books and the Smith-Pettit Foundation at incredible prices, some as much as 85% off. In most cases, we have purchased all remaining copies from the publisher. Take advantage of these bargains!
Classics in Mormon Thought
The Essential Parley P. Pratt. Foreword by Peter L. Crawley. Signature Books, 1990. Hardback. Reg. $24.95,Â SALE $2.99.
The Essential Brigham Young. Foreword by Eugene E. Campbell. Signature Books, 1990. Hardback. Reg. $22.95,Â SALE $2.99.
The Essential Joseph Smith. Foreword by Marvin S. Hill. Signature Books, 1995. Hardback. Reg. $22.95,Â SALE $4.99.
The Essential B. H. Roberts, ed. by Brigham D. Madsen. Signature Books, 1990. Hardback. Reg. $29.95,Â SALE $6.99.
The Essential James E. Talmage, ed. by James P. Harris. Signature Books, 1997. Hardback. Reg. $29.95,Â SALE $9.99.
Significant Mormon Diaries
Anderson, Elizabeth Oberdick (ed.).Â Cowboy Apostle: The Diaries of Anthony W. Ivins, 1875-1932. Signature Books, 2013. Hardback. Reg. $125,Â SALE $19.99. Limited edition of 500 copies.
Lyman, Edward Leo.Â Candid Insights of a Mormon Apostle: The Diaries of Abraham H. Cannon, 1889-1895. Signature Books, 2010. Hardback. Reg. $125,Â SALE $19.99. Limited edition of 500 copies.
Hatch, John P. (ed.).Â Danish Apostle: The Diaries of Anthon H. Lund, 1890-1921. Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 2006. Hardback. Reg. $100,Â SALE $39.99.
Early Mormon Documents (ed. by Dan Vogel)
Early Mormon Documents, vol. 2. Signature Books, 1998. Hardback. Reg. $44.95,Â SALE $6.99.
Early Mormon Documents, vol. 3. Signature Books, 2000. Hardback. Reg $44.95,Â SALE $6.99
Smith-Pettit Limited Editions
Marquardt, H. Michael.Â Later Patriarchal Blessings of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Smith-Pettit Foundation, 2012. Hardback. Reg. $90,Â SALE $19.99. Limited to 501 copies.
Dinger, John S. (ed.).Â Significant Textual Changes in the Book of Mormon: The First Printed Edition Compared to the Manuscripts and to the Subsequent Major LDS EnEvglish Printed Editions. Smith-Pettit Foundation, 2013. Reg. $60,Â SALE $19.99. Limited to 501 copies.
Ritner, Robert K.Â The Joseph Smith Egyptian Papyri: A Complete Edition. The Smith-Pettit Foundation, 2011. Hardback. Reg. $79.95,Â SALE $29.99. Limited to 501 copies.
Hill, Donna.Â Joseph Smith, the First Mormon. Signature Books, 1999. Paperback. Reg. $16.95,Â SALE $2.99
Allison, William Thomas and Matt, Susan J.Â Dreams, Myths & Reality: Utah and the American West(The Critchlow Lectures at Weber State University). Signature Books, 2008. Paperback. Reg. $29.95,SALE $2.99
New Mormon Studies CD-ROM, 2009 Edition A Comprehensive Resource Library. Smith Research Associates, 2009. Reg. $100.00,Â SALE $19.99
Allen, James.Â Still the Right Place: Utah’s Second Half-Century of Statehood, 1945-1995. Charles Redd Center for Western Studies, 2017. Hardback. Reg $37.95,Â SALE $29.99
Neilson, Reid L. and Nathan N Waite (eds.).Â Settling the Valley, Proclaiming the Gospel: The General Epistles of the Mormon First Presidency. Oxford University Press, 2017. Hardback. Reg. $45.00,SALE $27.99
Hurtado, Laura Allred and Bryon C. Andreasen.Â Saints at Devil’s Gate: Landscapes along the Mormon Trail. Church Historian’s Press, 2017. Paperback. Reg. $24.95,Â SALE $17.99
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