Latter Day Saint churches -- History
Found in 84 Collections and/or Records:
The collections consists of business and personal correspondence, research materials, and miscellaneous items, which relate to Lundwall's research, writing, finances, and personal life. The collection is divided into two parts: a manuscript section and a microfilm section.
Typewritten family histories. Lyman writes about the Edward Patridge and Lucretia Hancock Robinson families. These families were early converts to the Mormon Church. They suffered persecutions, lived in Nauvoo, Illinois, came to Utah, and settled in Fillmore, Utah.
Contains correspondence, articles, family blessings, and other materials for Bradley's research. Materials pertain to Hugh B. Brown's family, the Card family, the Huntington family, and other leaders. Materials pertain to daily life, church involvement, and personal histories. Used for Bradley's research in writing a new book. Dated circa 1836-1975.
Collection consists of research files on various historical topics, including war, Mormon history, Utah territorial journalism, family history, American history, and world history. Includes lecture and research notes on McLaws' history classes and research, as well as notes on his work with the Genealogical Society of Utah and oral family history materials. Materials dated from 1955 to 1996.
Autobiography by Cyrena Dustin Merrille, including her experience joining the Mormon Church in 1837, time spent in Far West, Missouri, Nauvoo, Illinois, Winter Quarters, Nebraska, and her migration to Salt Lake City, Utah. She describes the impact of a measles outbreak among Ute Indians in Salt Lake City in 1851, and an 1876 move to Arizona with her family. Also included is a genealogy of the Merrill family. Dated 1898 to 1907.