Mormon Historical Studies - Fall 2010 | Vol. 11 | No. 2

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German and Austrian Latter-day Saints in World War II- An Analysis of the Casualties and Losses– by Roger P. Minert

“No More Strangers and Foreigners” – The Dual Focus of the LDS Church Language Program for Scandinavian Immigrants, 1850–1935 – by Lynn E. Henrichsen and George Bailey

Encouraging Joseph Smith to Practice Plural Marriage – The Accounts of the Angel with a Drawn Sword by Brian C. Hales

Caleb Baldwin- Prison Companion to Joseph Smith – Justin R. Bray

Vienna Jacques- Eyewitness to the Jackson County Persecutions – by Brady G. Winslow

Making Friends in Missouri- Telling the Steamboat Saluda Story and Its Aftermath – by Fred E. Woods

Conversations with Mormon Historians

Balancing Faith and History – A Conversation with James B. Allen – Alex D. Smith


The Riches of Mormon Materialism- Parley P. Pratt’s “Materiality” and Early Mormon Theology – Benjamin E. Park and Jordan T. Watkins

Book Reviews

The Joseph Smith Papers Journals-Vol 1-1832-1839/ Dean C. Jessee, Mark Ashurst-McGee, and Richard L. Jensen, eds. – Reviewed by Kenneth Stevens

The Joseph Smith Papers, Revelations and Translations- Manuscript Revelation Books / Robin Scott Jensen, Robert J. Woodford, and Steven C. Harper, eds. – Reviewed by Craig L. Foster

“Liberty to the Downtrodden”- Thomas L. Kane, Romantic Reformer / Matthew J. Grow – Reviewed by Lavina Fielding Anderson

Hearken, O Ye People- The Historical Setting of Joseph Smith’s Ohio Revelations / Mark Lyman Staker – Reviewed by Matthew C. Godfrey

The Best of the St. Louis Luminary / Susan Easton Black, ed. – Reviewed by Fred E. Woods