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FOLK COLLECTION 4

The Austin and Alta Fife Fieldwork Collection

No. 1: The Fife Mormon Collection

Series III: Esoteric Printed Sources (Vols. 19-22)


Register

Informant, Date Collection Item Description Collection Item Number
Lambert, 1915 Gems of Reminiscences. Salt Lake City: George C. Lambert, 1915.
Pp. 33-36: The Lord provides a way for Parkin.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 1
Lambert, 1915 Ibid. Pp. 44-46: William J. Parkin miraculously escapes harm
in snowslide; his garments are intact, though other clothing is torn off.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 2
Lambert, 1915 Ibid. P. 68: Ship captain thinks adverse weather on voyage is
caused by failure to pay his tithing.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 3
Lambert, 1915 Ibid. Pp. 81-83: Miraculous receipt of genealogical date from man
with usual characteristics of Three Nephites.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 4
Lambert, 1915 Ibid. Pp. 88-91: Several cases of Divine Providence protecting
Mormons traveling by boat.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 5
Lambert, 1915 Ibid. Pp. 101-102: Heber J. Grant on “talking in tongues;”
description of Snow & Young talking in tongues & giving interpretation thereof.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 6
Lambert, 1915 Ibid. P. 111: Anson Call healed of impediment in speech upon
joining the Church.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 7
Lambert, 1915 Ibid. Pp. 126-128: Joseph Smith’s prophecies of the Saints going
to the Rocky Mountains.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 8
Lambert, 1915 Ibid. Pp. 136-138: Anson Call’s account of martyrdom of
Joseph and Hyrum Smith, including the ineradicable blood stain.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 9
1882 Fragments of Experience: 6th Book of Faith Promoting Series.
Salt Lake City: 1882. Pp. 9-13: Young missionary who confounds preacher.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 10
Ibid. Pp. 23-24: Lorenza D. Young, in 1816, in a dream
sees Savior who inquires for Brigham Young.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 11
Ibid. P. 27: Lorenzo D. Young, while ill, sees angels and
hears them singing.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 12
Ibid. Pp. 38-39: Lorenzo D. Young, through prayer, is provided
employment and is able to satisfactorily perform task assigned.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 13
Ibid. Pp. 39-40: Lorenzo D. Young talks in tongues, and gives
the interpretation thereof.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 14
Ibid. Pp. 50-52: Lorenzo D. Young’s account of the battle of
Crooked River: he is saved by the Lord’s intervention.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 15
Ibid. Pp. 56-59: William Budge’s adventures as a missionary
in England in 1853, including mysterious advice not to take a certain boat.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 16
Ibid. Pp. 74-75: Missionary in Hawaii has vision of Brigham
Young who gives him advice.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 17
Ibid. Pp. 89-93: Missionaries returning to Utah at time of
Johnston’s Army are protected by fog and hail from being seen by soldiers.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 18
A String of Pearls: 2nd Book of Faith Promoting Series. Salt
Lake City: Juvenile Instructor Office, 1882. Pp. 65-68: Fulfillment of prophecy.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 19
Ibid. Pp. 63-65: Thomas Phillips, on mission in England, is
supplied with new hat as result of dream.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 20
Woodruff, 1881 Wilford Woodruff. Leaves from My Journal: 3rd Book of
Faith Promoting Series. Salt Lake City, 1881. Pp. 13-15: Dream of serpents.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 21
Woodruff, 1882 Ibid. Pp. 62-65: Incidents of healing by Joseph Smith at
Commerce in 1839, “red silk handkerchief healing,” the casting out of devils.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 22
Woodruff, 1882 Ibid. Pp. 83-85: Wilford Woodruff calculates number of evil spirits
in existence, and warns young people of temptations.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 23
Woodruff, 1882 Ibid. P. 88: Warned by spirit to move wagon and mules; half
hour later whirlwind hits tree.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 24
1940 Daughters of Utah Pioneers. Heart Throbs of the West. Salt Lake
City, 1940. Vol. 2, p. 53: Bear Lake monster stories.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 25
Haskell, 1855 Ibid. Salt Lake City, 1943. Vol. 4, pp. 483-484: Thales Haskell’s
poem about exploring in the Colorado River region in 1855.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 26
Jarvis, 1943 Ibid. Pp. 495-496: Mabel Jarvis’ poem, “Gift of the Sego Lily.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 27
1941 Ibid. Vol. 3, pp. 325-328: Accounts of Brigham Young’s vision of
coming to Salt Lake Valley, and of the “This is the Place” episode.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28
Kimball, 1868 p. 5: Ibid. Pp. 328-330: Prophecies of Heber C. Kimball in 1868. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28
p. 9: Ibid. Pp. 330-331: Travelers to Salt Lake miraculously
supplied with white horse when their own became lame.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28
p. 12: Ibid. Pp. 331-332: Polygamous wives, in hiding, attended
by mysterious mid-wife. Cf.: Three Nephite stories.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28
p. 13: Ibid. Pp. 332-334: Girl married to wrong man is rescued
from her troubles by Mormon missionaries.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28
p. 18: Ibid. Pp. 334-336: Orphan convert resists advances of
Gentile boy and comes to Utah with handcart company.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28
p. 21: Ibid. P. 336: Woman, alone on lonely ranch, cannot get
door open to investigate noises at corral.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28
p. 22: Ibid. P. 337: Promise fulfilled that no one would be killed
in erection of St. George temple.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28
p. 23: Ibid. P. 337: In crossing plains, thirsty handcart Saints
miraculously supplied with water.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28
p. 24: Ibid. P. 338: “Unseen power” prevents Indian from seeing
hiding girl whom he wants to abduct.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28
p. 25: Ibid. P. 338: Father of injured man by instinct goes to
him & anoints & administers to him, & his broken bones healed immediately.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28
p. 26: Ibid. Pp. 338-339: Father of ill boy by instinct goes
to him and administers to him: he feels better immediately.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28
p. 27: Ibid. Pp. 339-340: Wilford Woodruff’s story of moving
carriage and thereby saving their lives. [Same item as FMC III 24.]
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28
p. 29: Ibid. P. 340: Charles C. Rich follows prompting of
Spirit and changes roads, thereby thwarting robbers who are waiting for him.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28
p. 30: Ibid. P. 340: Andrew Rogers moves family in response to
prompting of Spirit, and thereby saves them from Indians.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28
p. 30: Ibid. P. 340: Woman doesn't cut muslin on which a spot
of blood appears, thereby has cloth to make Smith’s burial robes.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28
p. 31: Ibid. P. 341: Destitute family finds flour sack never gets
empty until means of providing more are at hand.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28
p. 32: Ibid. Pp. 341-342: Flour bin miraculously keeps supplying
what is needed because of goodness of heart of owner.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28
p. 33: Ibid. P. 342: Flour supplied needy family by a stranger. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28
p. 35: Ibid. P. 343: During grasshopper plague in 1855, small
pea patch spared, and it provided constantly enough to supply family.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28
p. 35: Ibid. P. 343: Flour provided to destitute family in
Utah by man whom they had befriended in Winter Quarters.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28
Carter, 1943 Heart Interest Stories of the Pioneers: Historical pamphlet
of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers, May 1943, paged from 169 to 216.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 29
Partridge “The Three Nephites: Did one of Columbus’ Sailors See Them?”
Improvement Era, XII, pp. 621-624: Columbus’ party saw Three Nephites.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 30
Partridge “The Three Nephites: Messenger to the Indians.” Improvement
Era, XV, pp. 79-80: In 1876, a personage to be one the Three Nephites.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 31
Steele The Three Nephites: Southern Sketches.” Improvement Era, XXIII,
p. 247: Prophecies uttered in Georgia, by mysterious stranger fulfilled.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 32
Paul “A Monster Worth While.” Improvement Era, XXXII, p. 987:
Bear Lake Monster story.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 33
Cox, 1924 Relief Society Magazine, Vol. XI, No. 7 (July 1924). Pp. 330-331:
Diet of Mormons in early years in Utah.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 34
Cox, 1925 Ibid. Vol. XII, No. 7 (July 1925). P. 352: Incidents from
life of Adelia Balinda Cox Sidwell.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 35
“The Three Nephites: A Strange Personage.” Juvenile Instructor,
XVI, p. 33.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 36
“The Three Nephites: My Nephite Visitor.” Juvenile Instructor,
XXVIII. Pg. 312-313: Stranger eats, gives blessing, disappears.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 37
Babcock “The Three Nephites: A Wonderful Testimony.” Juvenile
Instructor, LVI. Pp. 584-587: Saved from sliding down a mountain.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 38
Lundwall, 1941 Temples of the Most High. Salt Lake City, 1941 Pp. 59-61:
Charles Lambert tempted by man to stop work on temple in Nauvoo.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 39
Lundwall, 1941 Temples of the Most High, Salt Lake City, 1941. P. 86: Brigham
Young speaks about Gadianton Robbers around St. George.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 40
Clawson, 1941 Ibid. Pp. 103-104: Incident at Logan temple where Mariner W.
Merrill talks with Satan. Quoted from Deseret News, Dec. 12, 1936.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 41
Lundwall, 1941 Ibid. P. 120: Spirits of deceased appear at Ephraim to tell
man to go to Manti Temple where their records have been received.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 42
Nibley, 1940 Pioneer Stories. Salt Lake City, 1940. Pp. 48-51: “Payment of
Tithing,” by Joseph F. Smith. Widow blessed because pays tithes.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 43
Nibley, 1940 Ibid. Pp. 52-56: Mariner W. Merrill miraculously saved in
mountains in winter-time.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 44
Nibley, 1943 Faith Prompting Series. Independence, Missouri, 1943. Pp. 137-139:
Emmeline B. Wells testifies to the “mantle of Joseph Smith.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 45
Gates, 1930 The Life Story of Brigham Young. New York, 1930. Pp. 98-100:
Account of Brigham Young’s visions.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 46
Gates, 1930 Ibid. Pp. 116-119: John R. Young's account of the hardships of
the pioneers, and of the miracle of the crickets and seagulls.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 47
Gates, 1930 Ibid. P. 140: Brigham Young heals child of Chief Walker by laying
on of hands and prayer.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 48
Gates, 1930 Ibid. P. 163: Heber C. Kimball's 1848 prophecy about goods
becoming cheaper and more plentiful in Salt Lake than St. Louis or New York.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 49
Gates, 1930 Ibid. Pp. 185-193: Stirring episode during time Johnston Army
is in Wyoming, when at a meeting to produce peace.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 50
Informant, Date Collection Item Description Collection Item Number
Gates, 1930 The Life Story of Brigham Young. New York, 1930. P. 212: At
suggestion of Jedediah Grant, Brigham Young gives up carpentry.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 51
Gates/Widtsoe, 1930 Ibid. Pp. 222-223: Brigham Young’s advice to women an economic
matters and on wooing a husband.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 52
Gates, 1930 Ibid. P. 380: Brigham Young's last words: “Joseph! Joseph!
Joseph! Joseph!"
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 53
Gates, 1930 Ibid. Pp. 230-231: Brigham Young’s vision of Salt Lake temple
revealed at laying of its cornerstone.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 54
Gates/Widtsoe, 1930 Ibid. Pp. 301-302: Gleaning grain in early Utah economy, and
results thereof.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 55
Gates, 1930 Ibid. Pp. 311-312: Brigham Young escapes from marshal by
humorous stratagem.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 56
Widtsoe, 1925 Discourses of Brigham Young. Salt Lake City, 1925. P. 157:
Brigham Young speaks on location of Garden of Eden in United States.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 57
Widtsoe, 1925 Ibid. Pp. 495-496: Brigham Young tells missionaries to put
trust in God and promises them wisdom, etc.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 58
Widtsoe, 1925 Ibid. Pp. 724-725: Brigham Young tells of hardships of
Saints, and of miraculous supply of quail.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 59
Widtsoe, 1925 Ibid. Pp. 736, 742-743: Young’s story of Bridger telling he
would give a thousand dollars to know corn could be raised in Great Basin.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 60
Evans, 1905 One Hundred Years of Mormonism. Salt Lake City: Deseret Sunday
School Union, 1905. Pp. 64-65: Earliest known version of 3 Nephites.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 61
Rich, 1849 Scrapbook of Mormon Literature. Chicago, no date. Pp. 283-285
by Orson Hyde, in his publication The Frontier Guardian.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 62
Rich, 1849 Ibid. P. 100 (from Orson Hyde’s “Cholera Predicted,”
published in The Frontier Guardian, June 27, 1849): Joseph Smith rebukes Saints.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 63
No entry. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 64
No entry. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 65
No entry. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 66
Doctrine and Covenants. Section 84, Verses 80-86. Promises
to missionaries and background for traveling without “purse or script.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 67
Curran, 1938 My Conversion. U.S.A., 1938. Frontispiece. Obstacles to
publication of testimony removed by praying while facing temple.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 68
Pratt, 1888 Autobiography of Parley Parker Pratt. Chicago, 1888. Pp. 45-46:
Sees light in sky as sign of the Second Coming.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 69
Little, 1881 Jacob Hamblin. A Narrative of His Personal Experience. 5th
book of the Faith Promoting Series. 1881. Pp. 20-21: Account of the “mantle.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 70
Jensen, 1926 Nevada State Historical Society Papers. 1925-26. Reno, 1926.
“A History of the Las Vegas Mission,” compiled by Andrew Jensen.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 71
Fierro Blanco, 1933 The Journey of the Flame. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1933.
Pp. 17-176: Account of a “miracle of the gulls and grasshoppers.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 72
Young “The Legend of Gard” from Syllabus for History III. University of
Utah. Legend of Hoopa Indian.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 73
Munk, 1928 Early History of Manti. (Compiled by Manti Camp, Daughters of
Utah Pioneers), 1928. P. 24: Song, “The Boys of Sanpete County.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 74
Munk, 1928 Ibid. P. 3: Poem, “In Eighteen Forty-Nine,” by Azariah Smith.
Account of settlement of Sanpete.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 75
Informant, Date Collection Item Description Collection Item Number
Munk, 1935 Memories of The Old Council House of Manti, 1935. 21 pp. Borrowed
hammer accidentally nailed up in construction of Council House.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 76
Utter, 1892-3 “Mormon Superstitions.” Journal of the Chicago Folk-Lore Society.
Vol. I. 1892-93. p. 76: Background of the Three Nephites.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 77
Hand, 1945 Hoosier Folklore Bulletin, Vol. IV (March 1945), p. 18: Comments on
blood stains of Joseph Smith at Carthage Jail.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 78
Photographs of Deseret Currency and scrip of The Kirtland Society. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 79
Proceedings at the Dedication of the Joseph Smith Memorial Monument at
Sharon Windsor County Vermont, December 23rd, 1905.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 80
Taylor, 1945 Hoosier Folklore Bulletin, Vol. IV (June 1945), p. 32: Tradition that
blood of soldiers wounded in the Battle of Brandywine.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 81
Cowles, 1893 Landmarks of Wayne County, New York. Syracuse, New York, 1893.
Pp. 77, 81, 82-83: Local traditions of the Joseph Smith Sr. family.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 82
“Sheep and Treasure” from the Democrat and Chronicle, Palmyra, New York,
July 26, 1927. Stories of the activities of the Smith family.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 83
Palmyra Courier (New York). May 31, 1872. Stories of jokes played on
Martin Harris in his early days in the church.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 84
Ibid. June 7, 1872. Story of prophecy of Martin Harris, and the
consequences of it not being fulfilled.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 85
Wayne Centennial. Wayne, New York, November 3, 1824. Newspaper statement by
Smith Sr. to the effect that he had dug up remains.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 86
Wayne County Journal. July 28, 1881. Reports of Joseph Smith Jr. finding
a seer stone, and his digging activities as guided by it.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 87
Unidentified newspaper clipping from Palmyra Historical Library.
Stories of Joseph Smith’s digging for treasure.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 88
Unidentified newspaper clipping (date may have been around 1918).
Stories of early meeting places of Joseph Smith’s followers.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 89
Unidentified newspaper clipping, dated April 30, 1913. Story of Joseph
Smith finding peep stone in 1829.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 90
Manuscript copied from an early newspaper, no date. Article 4 in a series
entitled “The Gold Bible.” In Palmyra Historical Library.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 91
Hamilton Child Gazetteer and Business Directory of Chenango County, New York,
for 1869-70. Syracuse, New York, 1869. Pp. 82-83.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 92
“When Joe Smith Hatched Mormonism.” The Fairport Herald. January 24, 1917.
Story of Joseph Smith family digging for treasure.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 93
“Studies in Local History.” Post Express, February 16, 1907. In
Palmyra Historical Library. Old man in California, in 1897.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 94
Unidentified newspaper clipping in Palmyra Historical Library, no
date. Nickname of Joseph Smith.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 95
Unidentified newspaper clipping in Palmyra Historical Library, no
date. Brigham Young at time of death.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 96
Eaton, 1881 Palmyra, New York. “The Origin of Mormonism.” Paper presented in 1881.
Derogatory description of Joseph Smith’s mother.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 97
Unidentified newspaper clipping in Palmyra Historical Library.
Shovel found near “Mormon Hill, Palmyra” thought to be one used by Smith.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 98
Gelpin, 1906 Annals of Oxford, New York. Oxford, 1906. Pg. 195: Practical joke involving
removal of plank so the person falls in river.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 99
Smith, 1880 History of Chenango and Madison Counties, New York. Syracuse: D. Mason and Co.
1880. Pp. 153-155: Joseph Smith and peekstones.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 100
Informant, Date Collection Item Description Collection Item Number
Ibid. p. 154: Joseph Smith walking on water story; also healing,
casting out devils.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 101
Blackman, 1873 History of Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania. 1873. Pp. 577-582: Brief
description of material which tells of Smith’s seer stone.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 102
History of Geuge and Lake Counties, Ohio, with Illustrations
and Biographical Sketches. No author, Philadelphia: Williams Brothers, 1878.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 103
Rice, 1888 Pioneers of the Western Reserve. Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1888.
Pp. 303-304: Joseph Smith trained dove to come while he preached.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 104
Howe, 1896 Historical Collections of Ohio. Norwalk, Ohio, 1896. p. 37: Comment
on Strange’s claim to be leader of the Mormons.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 105
Illustrated Atlas of Davis County, Missouri. 1876. p. 10: History
of Mormons in Missouri from a non-Mormon point of view.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 106
Gregg, 1880 History of Hancock County, Illinois. Chicago: Chas. C. Chapman
and Co., 1880. Pp. 104-109: Summary of Smith family’s diggings.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 107
Ibid. P. 256: Calvin Stoddard’s conversion to the church, hastened
by prank of Governor Stephen S. Harding.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 108
Ibid. P. 326: Miracle of how Joseph Smith’s corpse was
protected from mutilation.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 109
Scofield, 1921 Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois and History of Hancock County.
Munsell Publishing Co., 1921. P. 839: Brigham Young preaches.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 110
Ibid. P. 844: Miracle of shaft of light protecting Joseph Smith’s
corpse from mutilation.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 111
Nauvoo Guide. Compiled and written by Federal Writers Project
of Illinois, Works Progress Administration. Chicago, 1939.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 112
Unidentified newspaper clipping in Palmyra Historical Library.
Variance in Whitmer’s and Harris’s description of Book of Mormon.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 113
Deseret News. Salt Lake City, Utah. May 15, 1946. Observance of 117th
anniversary of restoration of Aaronic priesthood.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 114
Deseret News. Salt Lake City, Utah. May 11, 1946. Review of Fawn
Brodie’s No Man Knows My History.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 115
Newspaper clipping in Scrapbook of Eliza Curtis, from Tri-Weekly Journal,
May 6, 1909. Poem, “The Pioneers of 1847,” by Aaron DeWitt.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 116
Scrapbook of Eliza Peacock Curtis. Item entitled “1847,” which is
a Mormon stanza to “Sweet Betsy of Pike.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 117
Curtis, 1946 Pioneer Edition of Events in the Early History of Logan and
Cache Valley, 1946. Pp. 7-8: Story of child being stolen by Indians in 1867.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 118
“Some Mining Terms: Curious Expressions Used by Miners and
Prospectors.” The Christmas Journal. Logan, Utah, December 25, 1892.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 119
Apperley, 1892 “A Christmas Story.” The Christmas Journal. Logan, Utah, December 25,
1892. Two girls abducted by Indians in 1860.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 120
Tanner, 1942 Descendants of John Tanner...1942. p. 72: Theobald attend Relief
Society by premonition that her baby will die if she doesn’t.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 121
Ibid. p. 45: Man warned in dream that boy will drown; following
day saves him from this death.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 122
Ibid. Pp. 16-17: By dream or vision, John Tanner joins Joseph Smith
in 1835.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 123
Ibid. Pp. 18-19: In 1844, in Nauvoo, Joseph Smith offers Tanner a
note for the $2,000 loaned in 1835.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 124
Ibid. Pp. 15-16: Conversion of John Tanner to Mormon Church,
and miraculous healing of his leg; obeys Word of Wisdom.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 125
Johnson, 1882 Jotting By the Way. St. George, Utah, 1882. Pp. XXII-XXV: Early
events in life of Benjamin F. Johnson with the church.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 126
Ibid. Pp. 22-23: Mormon Parody of “Yankee Doodle.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 127
Ibid. Pp. 20-21: Poem, “The Old Kirkland Temple.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 128
Johnson, 1881 Voice from the Mountains. Salt Lake City: Juvenile Instructor
Office, 1881. p. 18: Gift of tongues given with baptism.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 129
Cake, 1912 Susquehanna Stories. Afton, New York: 1912. Indian story
involving physical test of wooers of the daughter of the chief.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 130
Ibid. Description of points of interest about Joseph Smith in
vicinity of Afton, New York.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 131
Ibid. Site of Afton, New York’s, connection with Mormons, and their
connection with Spaulding manuscript.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 132
Ballard Three Degrees of Glory. September 22, 1922. Through messengers
of the Lord, in 1884 receives genealogical information.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 133
Tanner, 1937 A History of Moab, Utah. Moab, 1937. p. 32: Two stories of
how Moab got its name.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 134
Ibid. p. 22: Men in Moab in 1855 in trouble with Indians on
doctrine of inter-marriage. Mormons have to turn down Indian brides.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 135
Ibid. Pp. 34-35: Folk medicine in Moab. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 136
Ibid. p. 63: The Creator used south-eastern Utah as a place
to dispose waste material.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 137
p. 72-73: Remarks on Tom Roach and his killing of Indian Joe. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 138
Scorup, 1944 J.A. Scorup, A Utah Cattleman. Circa 1944. p. 4: Mormon converts
from Denmark seals as son & daughter to missionary who converted them.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 139
Ibid. p. 15: Church officials arrest two men for pulling out deck
of cards in church; fined $20.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 140
Ibid. Pp. 16-18: Conditions of church in Saline in early days, and
why they had an averse effect on young people.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 141
Unidentified newspaper clipping. Poem, “Life’s a Railway to Heaven.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 142
Young Journal of Discourses, Vol. XIX, p. 38: Brigham Young’s statement
on The Doctrine and Covenants, Section 9, Verse 2.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 143
San Juan Record. Monticello, Utah. Summer of 1946. Predictions of
Bishop John Koyle concerning World War III.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 144
Smith, 1946 An Escape from Death. Improvement Era, Vol. 49, No. 9 (September 1946).
p. 568: Copy of Improvement Era over heart prevents bullet going farther.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 145
Woodruff, 1882 Leaves from My Journal. Third book of Faith Promoting Series.
Salt Lake City, 1882. Pp. 5-6: In troubles in Missouri.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 146
Nicholson “The Lamanites.” Juvenile Instructor, Vol. IX. Pp. 264-275, 280-281,
291-292, 303: In 1874 many Indians baptized.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 147
Hunter, 1946 Milton R. Hunter’s review of Fawn Brodie’s No Man Knows
My History
, from Pacific Historical Review, 1946.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 148
Crandall, 1935 Words and music to Myron R. Crandall’s song, “This Is The Place,”
published by Mr. Crandall in Ogden in 1935.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 149
Golder/Bailey/Smith, 1928 The March of the Mormon Battalion from Council Bluffs, Taken
from the Journal of Henry Standage. New York, 1928. Pp. 136-137.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 150
Informant, Date Collection Item Description Collection Item Number
“Memories of Alice Parker Isom.” Utah Historical Quarterly,
Vol. 10, Nos. 1-4. Pp. 58-59. Song about Johnston’s Army
and the Mormons.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 151
Unidentified newspaper clipping from Asa Judd, St. George, Utah, 1947.
Song: “The Mormon Car.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 152
Brodie, 1947 “‘This is the Place’--And it Became Utah: A Century Ago Brigham Young...”
New York Times Magazine. July 20, 1947.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 153
Program of Home Concert, the Occidental College Glee Clubs, May 1947,
at which “Blue Mountain” by F.W. Keller was sung.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 154
Crafts/Megehee, 1857-8 Pioneer Days in the San Bernardino Valley. Redlands, California: 1906.
p. 33: when Mormons suddenly left San Bernardino.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 155
Ibid. p. 61: Description of houses in San Bernardino in 1858, including
“The Harem,” built by Apostle Lyman for his four wives.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 156
Ibid. Pp. 49-50: Mormon legend about Brigham Young’s revelation
concerning the settlement of San Bernardino.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 157
Ibid. p. 31: How the streets of San Bernardino were laid out
in 1854, and the Mormon names given to them.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 158
Ibid. P. 29-30: Story about coyotes eating buckskin bags
containing a large amount of gold, hidden in a tree.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 159
Jarvis, 1872 “Church Steps’ Bottle Holds Pioneer Poem.” Salt Lake Tribune,
March 1948. In repairing steps to St. George Stake Tabernacle…
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 160
Brown, 1948 “Gone But Not Forgotten: Fate of 108-Year-Old Nauvoo Legion
Flag Missing Since 1897 Still Mystery.” Salt Lake Tribune, March 28, 1948.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 161
American Whig. Vol. 2, No. 11. Woodstock, Vermont: March 14, 1831.
Article on the growth of Mormonism.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 162
Purdy, 1831 The Horn of the Green Mountains. Vol. 1, No. 51 Manchester, Vermont,
March 8, 1831. Article on fanaticism of Mormons.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 163
Painesville Telegraph. Vol. 3, No. 21 Painesville, Ohio, May 26, 1837.
Poem: “The Golden Bible.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 164
Geauga Gazette. Vol. III, No. 25 Painesville, Ohio, March 15, 1831.
Statements that Mormonism is an anti-Masonic religion.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 165
Millennial Star. Vol. VIII, No. 10, December 6, 1846. Song said
to have been sung while some Mormon leaders were in prison.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 166
Deseret News. Vol. IV, No. 8 Salt Lake City, March 2, 1854.
Poem: “Mind Your Own Business.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 167
Millennial Star. Vol. VI, No. 1, June 15, 1845. P. 26: Mormon proverbs. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 168
Millennial Star. Vol. IX, No. 3, February 1, 1847. P. 46: Description
of marriage which took place on a ship.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 169
Millennial Star. Vol. IX, No. 9, May 1, 1847. Hymn sung at the
“Dedication of the House of the Lord in the City of Joseph, May 1, 1846.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 170
Deseret News. Vol. 2, No. 6 Salt Lake City, January 24, 1852.
“The Returned Californian’s Song,” a parody of “Oh Susannah!”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 171
Deseret News. Vol. 2, No. 7 Salt Lake City, August 13, 1862.
Song: “Three Cheers for Our Own Mountain Home.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 172
Deseret News. Vol. 1, No. 13 Salt Lake City, September 7, 1850.
William Clayton; Song: “The Gold Diggers.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 173
Deseret News. Vol. 13, No. 23, March 2, 1864. Song: “That Concert,”
by E.R. Snow.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 174
Millennial Star. Vol. 12, No. 3, February 1, (?). Song: “The Mormon
Farmer’s Song,” to the tune of “A Life on the Ocean Wave;” by Holt.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 175
Deseret News. Vol. 1, No. 25 Salt Lake City, January 25, 1851.
Song: “The Bee,” by Joseph Cain, to the tune of “The Sea.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 176
Beehive Songster. August 18, 1868. P. 11: Song: “The Iron Horse,”
sung to the tune of “Caerfilly [sic] March.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 177
Arbaugh, 1932 Revelation in Mormonism. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1932.
Bishop of Sanpete preaching about polygamy.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 178
Arrington, 1948 “Destruction of the Mormon Temple at Nauvoo.” The Nauvoo Independent,
Nauvoo, Illinois, October 14, 1948.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 179
Zobell, 1948 “An Illustrated Storyette.” Deseret News, Salt Lake City, July 11, 1948.
Joseph F. Smith saved from harm.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 180
Daily News, Los Angeles, November 18, 1949. Column by Matt Weinstock.
Mexican writes God for 100 pesos.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 181
Whipple, 1949 “Anybody’s Gold Mine.” Saturday Evening Post October 1, 1949.
Article on hunting for Montezuma’s treasure near Kanab, Utah.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 182
Bella Union Melodeon Songster. San Francisco: D.E. Appleton, 1860.
Pp. 7-8. Song: “The Dumb Wife.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 183
Marching Through Georgia, and Wearing of the Green. Fifth ed.
San Francisco: D.E. Appleton, 1867. P. 24: Song: “Brigham Young.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 184
The Great Emerson New Popular Songster. Blake and Sharp, 1872.
Pp. 53-55. Song: “The Days of ‘49.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 185
Fremont’s Song for the People. New York, 1856. Pp. 58-60: poem:
“The Pass of the Sierra.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 186
Book of Words of the Hutchinson Family. New York: Baker Godwin
and Co., 1851. Pp. 22-23: song: “Ho! For California.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 187
Ibid. Pp. 32-33: poem: “The Indian’s Lament.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 188
Ibid. P. 44: poem: “Westward Ho!” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 189
Appleton, 1861 The Pacific Song Book. San Francisco, 1861. Part I, pp. 28-30:
song: “Joaquin, the Horse Thief.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 190
Ibid. P. 55: Song: “Hangtown Gals.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 191
Ibid. Part IV, p. 16: Song: parody on “Villikins and his Dinah,”
which is an attack on Sam Brannon.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 192
Ibid. Part V, pp. 30-31: Song: “Wish I Was a Mormonite.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 193
Ibid. One Stanza of “Sweet Betsy of Pike,” which has reference
to Brigham Young.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 194
Put’s Original California Songster. D.E. Appleton and Co.:
San Francisco, 1868. Pp. 31-33: Song: “Arrival of the Greenhorn.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 195
Ibid. Pp. 19-21: Song: “Seeing the Elephant.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 196
Ely White Pine News. Ely, Nevada, March 19, 1870. P. 3, Col. 2:
Short article on the circumstances of the Mountain Meadows Massacre.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 197
Kelly, 1946 “John D. Lee’s Lost Gold Mine.” The Deseret Magazine, El Centro,
California. August 1946, Vol. 9, No. 10. Tales of Lee’s activities.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 198
Walker Pp. 65-66: a parody of “The Mountains Meadows Massacre.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 199
Utah Works Progress Administration, Historical Records Survey. Copy
of “Pioneer Personal History Questionnaire.” March 9, 1937.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 200
Informant, Date Collection Item Description Collection Item Number
Pogue, 1953 “Written in May 1894. Sung by Chas Snell Latigo Gordon
and other cowboys. Frank Silvey.” Song: “Big ‘I’ and Little ‘U’,”
by Charles Snell.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 201
Court Order from Weber County, Utah, April 11, 1855: Summons
for disturbing the peace; salty language.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 202
Exactly the same as FMC III 180. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 203
Maloney, 1953 “Arizona Raided Short Creek -- Why?” Collier’s Magazine.
November 13, 1953.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 204
Jessop/Whipple, 1953 “A Mormon Fundamentalist Tells His Story: Why I Had Five Wives.”
Coolier’s Magazine, November 13, 1953.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 205
Clipping from unidentified “slick” magazine, circa 1953, 1954.
Pictures and article on Water Dowser at work in Vermont.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 206
Postcard purchased in Moab, Utah, 1953. “Indian Lament,” supposedly
statement of “Old Hosteen Yazzie, Age 110 Years.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 207
Printed pamphlet entitled “Moab, Utah...Center of Scenic Graneur.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 208
Van Doren, 1928 Benjamin Franklin. New York: the Viking Press, 1928. Quoting a
statement in Franklin’s column, “The Busy-Body,” March 27, 1729.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 209
The Utah Christian Mission, Phoenix, Arizona. Utah The Land
of Mormon Darkness. Anti-Mormon pamphlet sent us in 1950.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 210
Triezenberg “The Bible and Mormonism.” Silent Evangelist. No. 1828. Grand
Rapids, Mich.: Faith Prayer and Tract League. Anti-Mormon criticism.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 211
Sexauer My Testimony of the Gospel of the Grace of God. Phoenix, Arizona:
The Utah Christian Mission. n.d. Anti-Mormon, by a former Mormon.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 212
McGimsey, 1949 Reaching Mormons for Christ and Exposing Mormon Fables. Phoenix,
Arizona. The Utah Christian Mission. n.d. Anti-Mormon.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 213
Ibid. Dec. 1949. Anti-Mormon. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 214
Sexauer Can You Believe? Phoenix, Arizona. The Utah Christian Mission. n.d.
Anti-Mormon.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 215
Anthon A Great Scholar’s Opinion of Joseph Smith, Jr.’s Reformed Egyptian
So-Called. Phoenix, Arizona: The American Desert Mission. n.d.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 216
Daily News. Los Angeles. July 12, 13, 1954. Accounts of
the unsuccessful start of the raft Lehi, from San Francisco to Hawaii.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 217
Fife, 1961 A review by Austin E. Fife of Jules Remy and Julius Brenchley, A
Journey to Great-Salt-Lake-City. London, 1961.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 218
Cather, 1926 My Antonia. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Co. 1918 and
1926. Pp. 28-29. First Mormons leaving mid-West for Utah.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 219
Groesbeck, 1959 “Song of Mormon Battalion Tells of ‘Battle of Bulls.’” Provo
(Utah) Daily Herald. May 24, 1959.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 220
“Mormons and Civil Rights.” April 13, 1959. Also three letters
to the editor. May 4, 1959. Discussion of Mormon treatment of minorities.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 221
Powers, 1947 Poems of the Covered Wagons. Portland: Pacific Publishing House.
1947. Four items of poetry and song.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 222
Enoch’s Advocate. Newspaper (anti-Mormon pamphlet). June 6, 1874.
Song “Enox” to tune of “There Is Sweet Rest in Heaven.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 223
Burton, 1969 “Astronauts Parallel Mormon Pioneers.” Herald Journal. Logan,
Utah. July 30, 1969. Comparison of first trip to moon.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 224
“‘Issues’ Speaker Deplores Doctronaire.” Salt Lake Tribune,
April 5, 1962. University of Utah professor enumerates faults of Utahans.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 225
Austin, 1932 Earth Horizon. New York: The Literary Guild. 1932. P. 250. Cites a
“haunted” Mormon.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 226
Miller, 1956 “The Man Who Was Banished.” Unidentified Salt Lake newspaper.
April 15, 1956. Story of John Baptiste.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 227
Austin, 1932 New York: The Literacy Guild. 1932. Pp. 256-257. A family’s attitude
toward a handicapped child.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 228
Cather Death Comes for the Archbishop. New York: Knopf. Pp. 278-279. A tale
about Father Serra, related to Three Nephite stories.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 229
Log Angeles Examiner. March 11, 1956. Account of opening and
description of Los Angeles L.D.S. temple.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 230
The Deseret News. Salt Lake City. April 21, 1939. Federal government
requests information about inventor of “Mormon” hay derrick.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 231
Scrapbook of Selma Galbraith, Thornton, Idaho. Unidentified
newspaper clipping.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 232
Stevens, 1963 Salt Lake Tribune. April 19, 1963. Article by Mrs. C. W. Stevens on
the activities and probable fate of the outlaw Lopez.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 233
Gravestones in Soda Springs, Idaho, on graves of Niels and Mary
Christoffersen Anderson.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 234
Song: “Seagulls and Crickets.” Folkways Records FP 36. 1952. L.M.
Hilton.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 235
American Thresherman (monthly). Madison, Wisconsin. Nov. 1901.
On death of Lorenzo Snow.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 236
Herald Journal. Logan, Utah. Oct. 10, 1975. Thornley family placed
plaque.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 237
Cora Burt Lauridsen’s notes on songs in early Deseret News,
Millennial Star, Ogden Junction. 1848-1870. Twenty citations.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 238
Hansen, 1977 Herald Journal. Logan, Utah. April 24, 1977. Mrs. Hansen’s account
of “seagulls and crickets.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 239
Hansen, 1976 Ibid. April 22, 1979. Again, Mrs. Hansen records the miracle of
“seagulls and crickets” at Teton Dam disaster, 1976.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 240
Transcription of text on Elijah Fordham gravestone, Wellsville, Utah.
Personal data, plus account of his healing by Joseph Smith.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 241
Translation of Pliny’s Natural History (London 1601), in which
there is an account of devastations by locusts.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 242
Herald Journal. Logan, Utah. May 30, 1982. Account of use of
human body to repair ditches, in early days of Cache Valley.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 243
Deseret News. Salt Lake City, Jan. 8, 1947. John H. Koyle
Repudiates All Claims Regarding Dream Mine.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 244
The Desert Magazine, August 1946. John D. Lee’s Lost Gold Mine. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 245
Letters of a Woman Homesteader. Under date of 1911, woman in
Wyoming says she has bookcase.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 246
Walker Salt Lake Tribune. March 6, 197?. Poem on St. George Tabernacle
by Charles L. Walker found in tabernacle steps.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 247
Eaton, 1881 The Origin on Mormonism, pamphlet of speech given by Mrs. Dr.
Horace Eaton, Palmyra, N.Y., 1881.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 248



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