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Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. British Mission

 Organization

Dates

  • Existence: 1837-1929

Authoritative History

The British Mission (1837-) was the largest mission in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints during the 19th century.

The British Mission was established on June 4, 1837, when Heber C. Kimball was set apart to open a mission in England. The first missionaries sent to England arrived in Liverpool on July 20, 1837. The British Mission President was also over missions to Europe until the European Mission was created in 1929.

Citation

churchofjesuschrist.org, via WWW, accessed February 14, 2020 (largest mission in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints during the 19th century; established on June 4, 1837 by Heber C. Kimball; first missionaries sent to England arrived in Liverpool on July 20, 1837; British Mission President was also over missions to Europe until the European Mission was created in 1929).

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Walter M. Wolfe articles, 1887-1905

 Series
Identifier: UA 366 Series 2
Scope and Contents Photocopy of a scrapbook of clippings, articles about himself, letters containing background information, articles about the South American expedition, articles Wolfe wrote about life and education and his activities at BYA, etc. Primarily copies of poems and articles written by Wolfe on all sorts of archeological and educational subjects, organized into folders by magazine (Forest and Stream, Juvenile Instructor, The Normal, Journal of Pedagogy, Millennial Star, Improvement Era, etc.), then...
Dates: 1887-1905

Walter M. Wolfe journals and other papers, 1900-1901

 Series
Identifier: UA 366 Series 1
Scope and Contents Originals and typescripts of Wolfe's personal journals, August 1900-August 1901; Guatemalan passport and letter authorizing "archaeological explorations," receipt, and letter of request for translation of said items.
Dates: 1900-1901