Utah's History

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Supplementary Bibliography
The most useful source for recent Utah history research is the Uta Historical Quartery, which contains, both articles and reviews of relevant books. Some important findings have also appeared in Western Historical Quarterly, Sunstone (quarterly) Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought (quarterly), and Journal of Mormon History (annual). The following list of books was selected by the editor from a much larger number of titles that have been published since Utah's History first went to press.
Alexander Thomas G., and Jessie L. Embry, eds. After 150 Years: The Latterday Saints in Sesquicentennial Perspective. Charles Redd Monographs in Western History, No. 13. Midvale UT: Signature Books, 1983.
Alexander Thomas G., and James B. Allen. Mormons and Gentiles: A History of Salt Lake City. Boulder CO: Pruett Publishing, 1984.
Arrington Leonard J. Brigham Young: American Moses. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1985.
Beecher, Maurine Ursenbach, and Davis Bitton, eds. New View of Mormon History: A Collection of Essays in Honor of Leonard J. Arrington. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1987.
Bringhurst Newell G. Brigham Young and the Expanding Mormon Frontier. Boston: Little, Brown & Company, 1986.
Bushman Richard L. Joseph Smith and the Beginnings of Mormonism. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1984.
Campbell Eugene E. Establishing Zion: The Mormon Church in the American, West, 1847-1869. Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1988.
Carter Thomas, and Peter Goss. Utah's Historic Architecture, 1847-1940. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1987.
Crawley Peter. The Constitution of the State of Deseret. Provo: Friends of the Harold B. Lee Library, 1982.
Embry Jessie L. Mormon Polygamous Families: Life in the Principle. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1987.

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