Mormon Historical Studies - Fall 2004 | Vol. 5 | No. 2
This issue of Mormon Historical Studies contains articles about the Palawai Basin, the first gathering place in Hawaii; Sampson Avard, and Mormonism in Upper Canada between 1833 and 1843.
Also included in this issues is an interview with Charles S. Peterson, and descriptions of the dedication of an historical marker at Lanai, Hawaii, a description of the Nathaniel H. Felt Home dedication in Salem, MA, and a review of A Widow’s Tale: 1884-1896 Diary of Helen Mar Kimball Whitney, by Charles M. Hatch and Todd Compton.
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The Palawai Pioneers on the Island of Lanai: The First Hawaiian Latter-day Saint Gathering Place (1854–1864)
Sampson Avard: The First Danite
The Politicization of Religious Dissent: Mormonism in Upper Canada, 1833–1843
Orson Pratt’s [An] Interesting Account of Several Remarkable Visions: A Seminal Scottish Imprint in Early Mormon History
Historic Research Index
Licensing Ministers of the Gospel in Kirtland, Ohio
Old Testament Manuscript 3: An Early Transcript of the Book of Moses
Conversation with Historian
Defining the Mormon West: An Interview with Charles S. Peterson
Dedication of the Palawai Historical Marker on the Island of Lanai, Hawaii
Historic Nathaniel H. Felt Home Dedicated in Salem, Massachusetts
A Widow’s Tale: 1884–1896 Diary of Helen Mar Kimball Whitney, Charles M. Hatch and Todd Compton, transc. and eds. – Reviewed by Richard Neitzel Holzapfel and David M. Whitchurch