Embry, Jessie L.
Black Saints in a White Church : Contemporary African American Mormons
Salt Lake City
Embry presents the history of African Americans in the Latter-day Saint Church. In so doing, she confronts how the Church deals with ethnic groups who are not a part of its middle-class upperwardly mobile image.
"Why Then Introduce Them Into Our Inner Temple?" : The Masonic Influence on Mormon Denial of Priesthood Ordination to African American Men
A Widow's Tale : The 1884-1896 Diary of Helen Mar Kimball Whitney
All Abraham's Children : Changing Mormon Conceptions of Race and Lineage
Biography in Mormon Studies
Black and Mormon
Faithful Transgressions in the American West : Six Twentieth-Century Mormon Women's Autobiographical Acts
Helvecio Martins : First Black General Authority
Joseph Smith's Ambiguous Legacy : Gender, Race, and Ethnicity as Dynamics for Schism Within Mormonism after 1844
Mormonism's Problematic Racial Past and the Evolution of the Divine-Curse Doctrine
Mormonism's Worldwide Aspirations and its Changing Conceptions of Race and Lineage
New Perspectives in Mormon Studies : Creating and Crossing Boundaries
Prostitution, Polygamy, and Power : Salt Lake City, 1847-1918
Spencer W. Kimball and the Revelation on Priesthood
Telling Latter-Day Saint Lives : The Craft and Continuing Challenge of Mormon Biography
The Diverse Sheep of Israel : Should the Shepherds Resemble Their Flocks?
The Mormon Church and Blacks : A Documentary History
The Mormon Quest for Glory : The religious world of the Latter-day Saints
The Oxford Handbook of Mormonism
Undaunted Courage and Faith : The Lives of Three Black Women in the West and Hawaii in the Early 19th Century
Women of Faith in the Latter Days : Volume 4, 1871-1900