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Volume 40:3 (2001)

Volume 40:3 (2001)
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Volume 40:3 (2001)

This issue explores Mormon Christmas traditions from different perspectives. Richard Ian Kimball's article on Mormon pioneer holiday celebrations talks about Utah's early traditions—everything from plum pudding to gun salutes to Santa Claus. The influence of Dickens's A Christmas Carol on LDS fiction is dealt with in an article by Rosalynde Frandsen Welch. And Larry C. Porter discusses how different presidents of the Church celebrate Christmas and Joseph Smith's birthday. Equally fascinating articles vary in subject matter, such as the evacuation of Czechoslovakian and German missionaries during World War II and two articles discussing the Scotford-Soper-Savage Michigan Relics.

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Dixie L. Partridge
PoetryPg. 27
Mark D. Bennion
PoetryPg. 48
Marilyn Bushman-Carlton
PoetryPg. 120
Richard L. Bushman
ArticlePg. 155
Cheryl Carlstrom
PoetryPg. 172
Dixie L. Partridge
PoetryPg. 173
Mark Ashurst-McGee
ArticlePg. 174
Christin L. Porter
Personal EssayPg. 239
Marilyn Bushman-Carlton
PoetryPg. 242
Marilyn Bushman-Carlton
PoetryPg. 244
Leslee Thorne-Murphy
Book ReviewPg. 245
Noel L. Owen
Book ReviewPg. 251
Bruce A. Van Orden
Brief NoticePg. 255