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FROM QUAKER TO LATTER-DAY SAINT - Bishop Edwin D. Woolley

By: Arrington, Leonard

Price: $9.00  $8.10

Publisher: Salt Lake City, UT, Deseret Book: 1976

Seller ID: 14206

Condition: Very Good-


Stamp bearing previous owner's name on it on the title page and page before it. Pages clean and tight. ; Contents include: Nobody Built Better Than the Quakers, Journey to Ohio, Crisis in Nauvoo, Across the Plains, Buying Tour of the Eastern States, Bishop Wooley and the Thirteenth Ward, Troubles, plus much, much more! ; 6.25" x 9.25"; 592 pages View more info

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THE DIARIES OF CHARLES ORA CARD - The Utah Years 1871-1886

By: Godfrey, Donald G. and Godfrey, Kenneth W.

Price: $22.95  $20.66

Publisher: Provo, UT, Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University: 2005

Seller ID: 30047

Condition: New in New dust jacket


Brand New!; Charles Ora Card's diaries are a rich historical resource chronicling an important period of Mormon history that historian Thomas G. Alexander called "Mormonism in Transition. " The diaries detail the pioneers' attempt to make the desert blossom as a rose, including their work on the Logan Temple and Tabernacle. During this era, the Church faced increasing economical and federal legislative pressures. The records accent the everyday struggles of a people; their leadership, both local and Churchwide; and Card's own capture by U. S. Marshals. ; 9.25" x 11.5"; 604 page... View more info

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Hugh Nibley - A Consecrated Life - The Authorized Biography Advance Reading Copy Uncorrected Proof

By: Petersen, Boyd Jay

Price: $18.00  $16.20

Publisher: Salt Lake City, UT, Greg Kofford Books, Inc.: 2002

Seller ID: 55406

Condition: Very Good


Softcover book is in good condition, with little wear and no noticed markings. ; As one of the LDS Church’s most widely recognized scholars, Hugh Nibley is both an icon and an enigma. Through complete access to Nibley’s correspondence, journals, notes, and papers, Petersen has painted a portrait that reveals the man behind the legend. Church leaders have praised Hugh Nibley as a loyal defender of the faith who has challenged us to take our faith more seriously. President Gordon B. Hinckley has stated that he has ‘respected him highly for his great scholarship and for his quiet and humble... View more info