Mormon Historical Studies - Fall 2011 | Vol. 12 | No. 2

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The Wall- Reflections on the Legacy of Vietnam
by Elder Lance B. Wickman

The Rest of the Story- Latter-day Saint Relations with Utah’s Native Americans
by Elder Marlin K. Jensen

Augustine Spencer- Nauvoo Gentile, Joseph Smith Antagonist
by Richard W. Sadler and Claudia S. Sadler

Jon Jonsson- Icelandic Mormon Poet and Translator
by Fred E. Woods and Kari Bjarnason

Utah Architect Leslie S. Hodgson and the Architectural Environment of Early Twentieth Century Ogden, Utah, 1900–1940
by Michael H. MacKay

Conversations with Mormon Historians

Mormonism’s Remarkable History- A Conversation with Max H. Parkin
Interview by Alexander L. Baugh

Historical Sites

Where was the Aaronic Priesthood Restored?- Identifying the Location of John the Baptist’s Appearance, May 15, 1829
By Mark Lyman Staker

LDS Exhibit in the Vestmannaeyjar, Iceland, Folk Museum
By Steven L. Olsen

Book Reviews

Book Reviews

The Mormon Rebellion: America’s First Civil War, 1857–1858
By David L. Bigler and Will Bagley
Reviewed by Brent M. Rogers

Mormonism: A Historical Encyclopedia
By W. Paul Reeve and Ardis E. Parshall, eds.
Reviewed by Keith A. Erekson

“This is My Doctrine”: The Development of Mormon Theology
By Charles R. Harrell
Reviewed by Benjamin E. Park

From the Muddy River to the Ivory Tower: The Journey of George H. Brimhall
By Mary Jane Woodger and Joseph H. Groberg
Reviewed by Brett D. Dowdle

“Swell Suffering”: A Biography of Maurine Whipple
By Veda Tebbs Hale
Reviewed by Gary Topping