Mormon Historical Studies - Fall 2008 | Vol. 9 | No. 2
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“Overwhelmingly Democratic”- Cultural Identity in Jackson County, Missouri, 1827–1833 – by Steven C. Harper
“Upon a Lot . . . Not Far From the Courthouse”- A Photographic History of the Temple Lot in Independence, Jackson County, Missouri – by R. Jean Addams and Alexander L. Baugh
Conversations With Historians
“There is Always Something You Can Do”- A Conversation with Claudia Bushman – Interview by Kristine Wardle Frederickson
Alexander W. Doniphan- A Path to Follow – W. Christian Sizemore
The Utah War and Its Mountain Meadows Massacre- Lessons Learned, Surprises Encountered – William P. MacKinnon
The Lady and the Governor- Emma Hale Smith’s and Thomas Carlin’s 1842 Correspondence – by Andrew H. Hedges and Alex D. Smith
The Historic Gate at Brigham Young Academy Square – by L. Douglas Smoot
Junius F. Wells Award
The 2008 Junius F. Wells Award- A Tribute to L. Douglas Smoot – by Kenneth R. Mays
At Sword’s Point – A Documentary History of the Utah War to 1858 – William P. Mackinnon – Reviewed by Lawrence Coates