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Shauna Christine Anderson Young complete files on Scandinavian missionaries, approximately 2003-2007

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 8370 Series 1

Scope and Contents

Contains files for all names of individuals of whom information was sent to Young. Files contain primarily copies of genealogical information and biographical sketches, including some copies and original photographs or images of the ancestor. Also contains some correspondence relative to the publication of "Legacy of Sacrifice," including correspondence with editors and additional authors of the text. Dated approximately 2003-2007.

Dates

  • approximately 2003-2007

Conditions Governing Access

Open for public research.

Conditions Governing Use

It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances. Permission to publish material from Shauna Christine Anderson Young research on Scandinavian missionaries must be obtained from the Supervisor of Reference Services and/or the L. Tom Perry Special Collections Board of Curators.

Biographical History

From the Collection: Shauna Anderson Young (1945- ) is an academic administrator, educator, and author in Utah.

Shauna Christine Anderson Young was born July 31, 1945 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She received an Associate of Science degree from Ricks College in 1965 and a Bachelor of Science degree in clinical laboratory science from Brigham Young University in 1967. Dr. Anderson Young received a year of clinical training at Utah Valley Hospital in Provo, Utah, and is a certified Medical Laboratory Scientist. She has a Master of Science degree in medical technology from the University of Utah in 1973 and a Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction from the University of Washington in 1984.

In 2007, Dr. Anderson Young co-authored with Susan Easton Black and Ruth Ellen Maness a publication on Scandinavian missionaries in the late 19th Century titled "Legacy of Sacrifice: Missionaries to Scandinavia, 1872-1894." As of 2014, she was serving as the Faculty Administrator over Life Sciences Student Services, a faculty member in the Department of Microbiology and Molecular Biology, and as the Program Director of the Clinical Laboratory Science Program at Brigham Young University.

Biographical History

From the Collection: Susan Easton Black (1944- ) is a retired professor of Mormon Church history at Brigham Young Univeristy and a prolific writer in Utah.

Susan Easton Black was born in 1944 in Long Beach, California. She attended Brigham Young University where she earned degrees in political science and history. Black married and had three sons, but was divored six years later. To provide for her family, she went back to school and earned a Master's degree in counseling from San Bernardio. After graduating, Black began teaching at San Bernardino College.

Black decided to continue her education and went on to obtain her Ed.D. in educational psychology with a minor in Church history from Brigham Young Univeristy. Upon completing her degree, Black was hired to teach in the College of Family Living in 1978; however, this only lasted for four years before she was asked to move into the BYU religion department. While at BYU, Black has been the associate dean of General Education and Honors and the director of Church history in the Religious Studies Center. In 2000, she recieved the Karl G. Maeser Distinguished Faculty Lecturer Award. Black's career has extended outside of the classroom because she has written and edited more than 100 books on religious subjects.

Susan Easton Black married Harvey B. Black. They were together for 25 years before he passed away in 2011. Susan married George Durrant in 2013, and together they are currently serving a mission in Nauvoo, Illinois.

Extent

6 boxes

Language

English