Latter Day Saint churches -- History
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Handwritten autobiography. Clawson writes about his experiences in the Mormon Church, persecutions he faced as a member of that faith, and his association with the first president of the Mormon Church, Jospeh Smith.
Materials include 115 slides taken between approximately 1972 and 1995. Slides are photographs relating to the history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Contains papers submitted to various history professors for History 400 and other upper-division history classes. Among the topics covered are Native Americans, nineteenth-century gold mining in the American West, Mormons, Spanish explorers and missionaries; the American Southwest, Mexico, and African Americans.
Contains one typed manuscript of the book Latter-day Prophets and the Constitution, which was edited by Donald Q. Cannon. The book is the seventh volume in the Religious Studies Center Specialized Monograph Series. It contains statements made by each of the prophets of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints up to 1991, when it was published. Dated March 1989.
Contains research from the publication of two books: Sacred Places: A Comprehensive Guide to LDS Historical Sites and the Encyclopedia of Latter-day Saint History. Also contains a typed manuscript of the book Latter-day Prophets and the Constitution. Donald Q. Cannon co-authored Sacred Places, co-edited the Encyclopedia, and edited Latter-day Prophets. Dated 1938-2001.