George Q. Cannon

Sharing stories from family history: Robert Crookston's testimony of the Prophet

One ancestor who wrote down his testimony and other events was my third-great grandfather Robert Crookston as he saw several important events in the history of The... Read more »

March 15, 2012


Book of Mormon translation: Pacific Islands

The Pacific Islands span multiple languages and a variety of translation stories. From Tongan to Maori, from as early as the 1840s through today, translating the Book... Read more »

Feb. 22, 2012


Pioneering the Bear: Southeastern Idaho teems with early Mormon and emigrant history

MONTPELIER, Idaho — For centuries, the region where the Bear River wriggles north from the Uinta Mountains then turns south toward the Great Salt Lake has been a... Read more »

Oct. 6, 2011

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Utah's most important visitors — president of the United States

This week marks the first presidential visit to Utah on Oct. 4, 1875, with Ulysses S. Grant's arrival. Wednesday, Oct. 5, will mark the 100th anniversary of William... Read more »

Oct. 2, 2011


Defending the Faith: Dealing with Book of Mormon geography and other secondary issues

To divide the church along political (or ethnic, national, economic, class or gender) lines is the work of the devil, not of God. Read more »

June 16, 2011


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