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2 edition of Name index to the Library of Congress collection of Mormon diaries. found in the catalog.

Name index to the Library of Congress collection of Mormon diaries.

Merrill Library. Special Collections Dept.

Name index to the Library of Congress collection of Mormon diaries.

by Merrill Library. Special Collections Dept.

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Published by Utah State University Press in Logan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mormons -- Biography -- Indexes.,
  • American diaries -- Indexes.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesLibrary of Congress collection of Mormon diaries.
    SeriesWestern Text Society series, v. 1, no. 2
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX8693 .M47 1971
    The Physical Object
    Pagination391 p.
    Number of Pages391
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4859657M
    LC Control Number75636249

    1 print: lithograph. | Print shows a Mormon family, consisting of the husband, two wives, and seven children, posed for group portrait in front of their dwelling, with several buildings in . Journals of the Continental Congress. T he First Continental Congress met from September 5 to Octo The Second Continental Congress ran from , to March 2, The Journals of the Continental Congress are the records of the daily proceedings of the Congress as kept by the office of its secretary, Charles Thomson.

    Names with superscripts (e.g., Nephi 1) are numbered according to the index in the LDS scripture, the Book of Mormon. Missing indices indicate people in the index who are not in the Book of Mormon; for instance, Aaron 1 is the biblical Aaron, brother of Moses. Trails to Utah and the Pacific—a joint endeavor of the Library of Congress’s American Memory project, the Utah Academic Library Consortium, and other western archival institutions—represents the most sophisticated Internet-based effort yet to bring the writings of such pioneers (and some of the published guides and maps they relied upon.

    Browse the Collection One of the great values that Mormon missionary diaries give us is the insight into the lives of ordinary people, missionaries and the people they labored among. We find deep religious insights set against cultural and social biases, often fermenting in misunderstandings due to language gaps of considerable proportions.   Nearly every Mormon in Congress as well as high-profile members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from the Washington region pored over the first and third editions, an original Book of Commandments from the faith's founding and other rare items that are part of the Library of Congress collection.


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Name index to the Library of Congress collection of Mormon diaries by Merrill Library. Special Collections Dept. Download PDF EPUB FB2

It is therefore of great importance to note the publication of the Name Index to the Library of Congress Collection of Mormon Diaries. This publication, Volume 1, No. 2 of the Western Text Society, consists of (1) a list of the diaries in the collection and (2) an alphabetical listing of the names found in the diaries.

The Name Index to the Library of Congress Collection of Mormon Diaries (FHL book Mn) indexes all names in the diaries, not just the author.

The first 11 pages are an alphabetical list of the diaries. Each entry gives the item author, item type, length, reel number, and item number. : Name Index to the Library of Congress Collection of Mormon Diaries (): Merrill Library: Books. Get this from a library.

Name index to the Library of Congress collection of Mormon diaries. [Merrill Library. Special Collections & Archives.] -- Name index to each name mentioned in the Mormon diaries held by the Library of Congress.

Library has microfilm copies of these Mormon diaries, listed on a leaf inserted just after the preface, and. Name index to each name mentioned in the Mormon diaries held by the Library of Congress. Library has microfilm copies of these Mormon diaries, listed on a leaf inserted just after the preface, and also listed under: Library of Congress collection of Mormon diaries.

Library has 2 paper copies of: Register of the Library of Congress collection of. For a name index to every name listed or involved in any one or all of the journals, diaries, etc., see: Name index to the Library of Congress collection of Mormon diaries / compiled by Special Collections Department, Merrill Library, Utah State University.

Flake, Chad J. () "Name Index to the Library of Congress Collection of Mormon Diaries Special Collections Department, Merrill Library, Utah State University," BYU Studies Quarterly: Vol. 12. It should have been as easy to have these diaries searched by a student living in the area as it was to have the local institutions examined.

A larger percentage of holdings in the Bancroft Library and the Library of Congress is included because there are available inventories to these collections. When the burning of the Capitol by the British destroyed Congress' library inThomas Jefferson offered to sell Congress his broad and varied collection of books.

This collection became the basis of the Library of Congress and serves today as the core collection of the Rare Book and Special Collections Reading Room.

Held in the Library of Congress Manuscript Division, these papers constitute the largest collection of original Roosevelt documents in the world. The collection contains personal, family, and official correspondence, diaries, book drafts, articles, speeches, and scrapbooks, dating from to with the bulk of material from the period.

A copy of the Book of Mormon was even checked out to President Abraham Lincoln at the Library of Congress on Novem ” The Book of Mormon, a record of ancient-American civilizations, is a foundational scripture for Latter-day Saints, along with the Bible and other books.

The King James Quotations in the Book of Mormon, The History of the Text of the Book of Mormon. Volume 3, Part Five. Name Index to the Library of Congress Collection of Mormon Diaries.

Chad J. Flake. Book Review Pg. Book Review Pg. Nightfall at Nauvoo. Neal E. Lambert. Book. The King James Quotations in the Book of Mormon, The History of the Text of the Book of Mormon. Volume 3, Part Five.

A Non-Mormon View of the Birth of Mormonism in Ohio. Name Index to the Library of Congress Collection of Mormon Diaries. Reviewer Chad J. Flake. Nightfall at Nauvoo. The Research Libraries of The New York Public Library have a sizable and long-standing collection of materials on Mormon history.

Beginning with the donation of the William C. Berrian collection, which contained books, pamphlets, 52 volumes of newspapers, and over individual, unbound newspapers, the Library has maintained the collections in Mormon history at a high level.

Library of Congress Collection of Mormon Diaries is a collection of transcripts of biographies, diaries, journals, life sketches, and other documents pertaining to early members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the history of the state of Utah.

The Mormon Missionary Diary Project Team set as their overarching goal to apply both a controlled vocabulary with some authority control on individual names, places, and organizations, in order to provide the widest possible discovery for the researcher.

The Rare Book and Special Collections Division has an important collection of early printed books relating to the history of the Latter-day Saints, beginning with two copies of the first edition of The Book of Mormon by Joseph Smith, printed in Palmyra, New York in More important LDS works will be digitized to add to this online collection.

The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the Library of Congress. This includes data values and the controlled vocabularies that house them. Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more.

19th-Century Mormon Article Newspaper Index. A bibliography of national newspaper articles dating from towhich deal in some way with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Mormons, or with the territory or state of Utah.

19th-Century Publications about the Book of Mormon. The diaries in Mss Collection #18 do not represent a complete set of the Library of Congress Mormon Diaries. However, a complete set of the diaries is housed in Special Collections in the Utah Reels Collection #, part 1.

Moroni 2 declares Book of Mormon, D&C God will send righteousness out of earth to bear testimony of the Only Begotten, Moses Joseph Smith obtains plates, JS—H –54, 59– Joseph Smith begins to translate Book of Mormon, JS—H we believe Book of Mormon to be word of God, A of F The Library of Congress (LC) is the research library that officially serves the United States Congress and is the de facto national library of the United States.

It is the oldest federal cultural institution in the United States. The library is housed in three buildings on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.; it also maintains the National Audio-Visual Conservation Center in Culpeper, Virginia.What you will see in this digital publication of Mormon Missionary diaries is a collection, arranged geographically by continents or island groups.

The Pacific region includes thirty diarists writing in volumes, serving from the s to the s, representing missions to Hawaii/Sandwich Islands, Samoa, Tonga, Tahiti/Society Islands, New.