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Volume 46:1 (2007) Print


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BYU Studies volume 46, number 1, offers articles that include George S. Tate’s thoughts to find deeper meaning of D&C Section 138 as well as three poems and an essay by Partridge that demonstrate her skill as a poet and writer. Research on the “Mormon outmigration”—the migration of young Latter-day Saints from the western United States to other areas of the country—is shared by G. Wesley Johnson and Marian Ashby Johnson. Fred Woods gives context and analysis to a letter written to Brigham Young pleading to be remembered on the rolls of the Church by LDS convert Agnes O’Neal.

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