Wilkinson, Ernest L.
Brigham Young University : The First One Hundred Years
4 vols. Provo, Utah
Brigham Young University Press
Administrative history, education
Brigham Young Academy
Brigham Young University
Brigham Young University, administrators and faculty
Brigham Young University, Native Americans
Brimhall, George H.
Cluff, Benjamin, Jr.
Education, administrators and faculty
Harris, Franklin S.
Maeser, Karl G.
McDonald, Howard S.
Native Americans, education
Oaks, Dallin H.
Wilkinson, Ernest L.
"And I Saw the Hosts of the Dead, Both Small and Great" : Joseph F. Smith, World War I, and His Visions of the Dead
"That Most Important of All Books" : A Printing History of The Book of Mormon
'A Sad and Expensive Experience' : Ernest L. Wilkinson's 1964 Bid for the U.S. Senate
A Century of Seminary
A New Community : Mormon Teachers and the Separation of Church and State in Utah's Territorial Schools
All Abraham's Children : Changing Mormon Conceptions of Race and Lineage
American Universities and the Birth of Modern Mormonism, 1867-1940
Anticipating the Year 2000 : Howard Nielson, BYU, and Statistics
BYU and Religious Universities in a Secular Academic World
Before The Manifesto : The Life Writings of Mary Lois Walker Morris
Brigham Young : American Moses
Charting the Course : President Clark's Charge to Religious Educators
Charting the Future of Brigham Young University : Franklin S Harris and the Changing Landscape of the Church's Educational Network, 1921-1926
Closing the Church College of New Zealand : A Case Study in Church Education Policy
David O. McKay and the Rise of Modern Mormonism
Ernest L. Wilkinson and the Office of Church Commissioner of Education
Ernest L. Wilkinson's Appointment as Seventh President of Brigham Young University
George H. Brimhall's Legacy of Service to Brigham Young University
Healing Souls : Psychotherapy in the Latter-day Saint community
Inner Dialogue : James Talmage's Choice of Science as a Career, 1876-84
Joseph F. Merrill and the 1930-1931 LDS Church Education Crisis
Joseph F. Smith and the Reshaping of Church Education
Karl G. Maeser's German Background, 1828-1856 : The Making of Zion's Teacher
LDS Approaches to the Holy Bible
Leonard James Arrington (1917-1999) : A Bibliography
Liberty to the Downtrodden : Thomas L. Kane, Romantic Reformer
Life at a Church Academy : The Murdock LDS Academy in Beaver, Utah
Loyal Opposition : Ernest L. Wilkinson's Role in Founding the BYU Law School
Making Lamanites : Mormons, Native Americans, and the Indian Student Placement Program, 1947-2000
Moritz Busch's Die Mormonen and the Conversion of Karl G Maeser
Mormonism and Music : A History
Mormons and Mormonism : An Introduction to an American World Religion
Reexamining the Radical : Stephen Holbrook and the Utah Strategy for Protesting the Vietnam War
Refusing to Die : Financial Crisis at Brigham Young Academy, 1877-1897
Religion and Education : The Scopes Controversy in Utah
Ricks College : The Struggle for Permanency and Place, 1954-60
Search for Zarahemla, 1900 : Expeditioneer Parley Pratt Nelson
Setting the Record Straight
Seven Steps to Greatness
Shaping BYU : The Presidential Administration and Legacy of Benjamin Cluff Jr.
The 1966 BYU Student Spy Ring
The Chicago Experiment : Finding the Voice and Charting the Course of Religious Education in the Church
The First Institute Teacher
The Inception of Brigham Young University's Archival Program, 1956-1962
The Mormon Experience : A History of the Latter-day Saints
The Prophet and the Reformer : The Letters of Brigham Young and Thomas L. Kane
The Reed Smoot Hearings : A Quest for Legitimacy
Utah Schools and the Japanese American Student Relocation Program
Utah and World War II
Western History Association Prize Recipient, 1984 : Leonard J. Arrington
Wilford Woodruff, Intellectual Progress, and the Growth of an Amateur Scientific and Technological Tradition in Early Territorial Utah
Women of Faith in the Latter Days : Volume 4, 1871-1900