Daniel S. Tuttle : Utah's Pioneer Episcopal Bishop
Journal of Mormon History
Salt Lake City, UT
Mormon History Association
Quinn discusses Daniel S. Tuttle's activities as the first permanent Protestant missionary to settle in Salt Lake City. Tuttle was the Bishop for the Montana-Utah-Idaho Missionary District of the Protestant Episcopal Church. Quinn describes Tuttle's background, trip west, and his attitude toward the Mormons. He also details the roles St. Mark's Cathedral and St. Mark's Hospital played in Tuttle's ministry. Finally, Quinn discusses women in the early Protestant Episcopal Church in Utah, and Tuttle's departure from the state.