Mormon Historical Studies - Spring 2005 | Vol. 6 | No. 1
This issue of Mormon Historical Studies contains an article about the passage of LDS immigrants through Philadelphia, records of the early history of the Philadelphia branch, and an interview with historian Milton V. Backman, Jr.
Also included in this issue are accounts of the Icelandic Memorial Dedication in Spanish Fork Utah, the Las Vegas Mormon Fort sesquicentennial celebration, the Junius F. Wells Award presentation to President Gordon B. Hinckley, and and a review ofThe Collected Leonard J. Arrington Mormon History Lectures by J. Spencer Fluhman.
This issue is now also available for download. Click the article title to download the associated PDF file.
“Pronounced Clean, Comfortable, and Good Looking:” The Passage of Mormon Immigrants through the Port of Philadelphia
Walking-on-Water Stories and Other Susquehanna River Folk Tales about Joseph Smith
Historic Research Index
The Philadelphia Pennsylvania Branch: Its Early History and Records
Philadelphia Pennsylvania Branch Membership: 1840–1854
Conversation with Historians
History Is People, Places, Sources, and Stories: An Interview with Milton V. Backman Jr.
The Short-Lived Mormon Encounter of Pennsylvania State University’s First President: Six Letters from the Family of Evan Pugh
The Impact of Edward Hunter’s Conversion to Mormonism in Chester County, Pennsylvania: Henry M. Vallette’s 1869 Letter
The First Annual Junius F. Wells Award Presented to President Gordon B. Hinckley
The Las Vegas Mormon Fort Sesquicentennial Commemoration
The Collected Leonard J. Arrington Mormon History Lectures – Reviewed by J. Spencer Fluhman