Mormon Historical Studies - Spring 2014 | Vol. 15 | No. 1


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LDS Misconceptions About the Community of Christ
by Richard G. Moore

I hid [the Prophet] in a corn patch”: Mormon Women as Healers, Concealers, and Protectors in the 1838 Mormon-Misouri War
by Andrea G. Radke-Moss

A Spot for the Temple”: Reclaiming the Temple Site in Independence, Missouri
by R. Jean Addams

Lives of Faith Pieced in Poetry: Poetry as a Historical Source
by Brittany A Chapman

From Mormon Battalion Member to Civil War Soldier: The Military Service of Henry Wells Jackson
by Devan Jensen and Paul A. Hoffman

City of Joseph: The Original Nauvoo Pageant Remembered
by Don Oscarson

Spires & Sycamores: The Brigham City Temple Controversy
by Roger P. Minert

Conversations with Mormon Historians

LDS Church Historic Sites: A Conversation with Donald L. Enders
Interview by Mark L. Staker

Book Reviews

Book Reviews

The Mormon Menace: Violance and Anti-Mormonism in the Postbellum South
by Patrick Q. Mason
Reviewed by Beth Barton Schweiger

Playing with Shadows: Voices of Dissent in the Mormon West
by Polly Aird, Jeff Nichols, and Will Bagley, eds.
Reviewed by Robin Scott Jensen

Devil’s Gate: Owning the Land, Owning the Story
by Tom Rea
Reviewed by Melvin L. Bashore

A Frontier Life: Jacob Hamblin, Explorer and Indian Missionary
by Todd M. Compton
Reviewed by David W. Grua

Pansy’s History: The Autobiography of Margaret E.P. Gordon
by Claudia Bushman, ed.
Reviewed by Gary L. Boatright

Parley P. Pratt and the Making ofMormonism
by Gregory K.Armstrong, Matthew J. Grow,and Dennis J. Siler, eds.
Reviewed by Steven L. Staker