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Mormons -- Colonization

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Chicago University Branch collection of Sunday School speeches

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 2140
Scope and Contents 24 talks presented to the University Branch Sunday School. Subjects of talks are direction and control of recreation by the Mormon church; Salvation for the dead and genealogy; teachers training; the Mormons and the printing industry; Mormon poetry; Mormon history; Need of temples in this dispensation; Education among the Mormons; Brief genealogical history of the LDS Church; Patriotism; LDS Literature; Missionary work; Customs of the south seas and the missionary work among the people; Mormon...
Dates: 1925-1926

Colonizing Church Members on Farms, Proposal for, date of production not identified

 Item — Box 8: Series 9; Series 10 [Barcode: 31197230220631], Folder: 1?
Identifier: MSS 823 Series 9

In the pioneer group to the Iron Co. Mission, was another great leader, Anson Call, who became a great colonizer

 File — Folder 1: [Barcode: 31197230329770]
Identifier: MSS SC 3079
Scope and Contents Photocopy of a microfilm reproduction of a typed manuscript. The item is a biography of Anson Call by an unnamed author. The date of composition is uncertain. Anson Call was born in Fletcher, Franklin County, Vermont on 13 May 1810. Call married Mary Flint and later joined the Mormon Church. "He was closely associated with the Prophet Joseph [Joseph Smith, 1805-1844], and with the saints was driven from his home. He had a great love the the Prophet and did all he could to protect him from...
Dates: 1930

Research on Gunlock, Utah

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 2233
Scope and Contents Manuscripts dealing with Utah's Dixie. Dr. Banfield focused on the settlement of Gunlock, a Mormon settlement located northeast of St. George, Utah. One manuscript is entitled, "Mormon Hamlet" and the other, "Settlement of Southern Utah."
Dates: approximately 1950