Latter Day Saint churches -- Missions -- Tonga
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Collection consists of papers relating to the dictionary Ermel J. Morton, a Mormon missionary who went to Tonga, created from English to Tongan and Tongan to English, his accounts of his mission and translating the Book of Mormon, a history of his wife, a catalog of his materials from home, a typed copy of the talks at his funeral and a Tongan grammar book. There is also a book written about the time the family spent in Tonga.
Contains journals and a letter created and collected by Smoot during his service as a Latter-day Saint missionary in Samoa and Tonga between 1889 and 1892. Also includes transcriptions of the journals prepared by Loretta Nixon.
Collection contains photographs, correspondence, slides, film reels, and journals related to Verlyn Dale Frost and his mission to the Tongan Islands. A particular emphasis is placed on his work at the Liahona School. The materials are dated 1954-2010.
Collection contains slides (photographic) and a Tongan mission scrapbook, 1955-1959, including photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, Church programs, invitations, and related ephemera. The slides include nineteen color images of Tonga, Tongan people, missionaries, and Stone family members.
Letters from Frost to his parents, sister, and future wife, Mr. and Mrs. John Frost, Emma Lou Frost, and Carol Jean Gibson. The letters cover the entirety of his mission, and describe his experiences as a missionary, teacher, and district president in Tonga. Dated 1955-1958.