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Volume 29:4 (Fall 1989)

Volume 29:4 (Fall 1989)


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Volume 29:4 (Fall 1989)

This issue of BYU Studies centers on the early Utah period of Mormon history, 1847-1877. The events surrounding the Mormons' application for U.S. statehood is discussed by Peter Crawley. Mormon relations with Native Americans is discussed by Ronald Walker. Leo Lyman gives insight into the Mormon settlement at San Bernardino, California, paying particular attention to that settlement as an outpost of dissent during the period. Richard Poll writes about the Utah War, James Buchanan's sending of troops to Utah in 1857, specifically the effects of the "Move South." David Whittaker looks at the Mormon press, specifically the almanacs produced by Mormons from 1844 to 1864. This issue also contains poetry, book reviews, a letter to the editor, and an index of volume 29.

Table of Contents
David J. Whittaker
ArticlePg. 5
Peter L. Crawley
ArticlePg. 7
Edward L. Lyman
ArticlePg. 43
Jim Walker
PoetryPg. 64
Richard D. Poll
ArticlePg. 65
David J. Whittaker
ArticlePg. 89
Dixie L. Partridge
PoetryPg. 114
Paul H. Peterson
Book ReviewPg. 115
Newell G. Bringhurst
Book ReviewPg. 117
Maureen U. Beecher
Book ReviewPg. 123
Louis C. Midgley
Book ReviewPg. 127
Randall L. Hall
PoetryPg. 136
Gary P. Gillum
IndexPg. 137
Cara M. Bullinger
PoetryPg. 142
Thomas G. Alexander
AfterwordPg. 143