Taylor, Samuel W.
Rocky Mountain Empire : The Latter-Day Saints Today
(Sixteen chapters covering a variety of miscellaneous topics relating to the late 19th century and the 20th century. The last five chapters center on Utah Valley. Major topics covered include Charles Mostyn Owen, famous informer on polygamists; the Manifesto; early 20th century politics relating to B. H. Roberts and Moses Thatcher; 20th century Church finances; post-Manifesto polygamy and schismatic 'fundamentalists'; the Utah media, especially Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News; disfellowshipped Apostle Matthias Cowley; Benjamin Cluff's expedition to Central America; Eugene L. Roberts and BYU athletics; the Koyle Dream Mine; BYU professor Wilford Poulson; changes in Mormon life.)
Brigham Young University, administrators and faculty
Brigham Young University, departments and programs
Cluff, Benjamin, Jr.
Cowley, Matthias F.
Economics, 20th century
Education, administrators and faculty
Internal conflict, 20th century
Koyle Relief Mine
Koyle, John H.
Owen, Charles Mostyn
Plural marriage, post-Manifesto
Poulson, M. Wilford
Publications (Mormon), Deseret News
Publications (non-Mormon), Salt Lake Tribune
Roberts, B. H., politics
Roberts, Eugene L.
Smoot, Reed, hearings
Utah County, Utah
Utah, politics, 20th century
'To Maintain Harmony' : Adjusting to External and Internal Stress, 1890-1930
All Abraham's Children : Changing Mormon Conceptions of Race and Lineage
Doing the Works of Abraham : Mormon Polygamy―Its Origin, Practice, and Demise
Fawn Brodie and Her Quest for Independence
Fawn M. Brodie, 'Mormondom's Lost Generation,' and No Man Knows My History
Fundamentalist Attitudes toward the Church : The Sermons of Leroy S. Johnson
Jan Shipps and the Mormon Tradition
Joseph Smith and the Manchester (New York) Library
Mormon Memory, Mormon Myth, and Mormon History
Mormon Polygamy : A Bibliography, 1977-92
Mormonism : The Story of a New Religious Tradition
Mormonism's Worldwide Aspirations and its Changing Conceptions of Race and Lineage
Parallel Paths : LDS General Conference and Mormon History
Samuel Woolley Taylor : Maverick Mormon Historian
Search for Zarahemla, 1900 : Expeditioneer Parley Pratt Nelson
Shaping BYU : The Presidential Administration and Legacy of Benjamin Cluff Jr.
Sojourner in the Promised Land : Forty years among the Mormons
Solemn Covenant : The Mormon Polygamous Passage
South Temple Street Landmarks : Salt Lake City
The Principle Revoked : A Closer Look at the Demise of Plural Marriage
The Reed Smoot Hearings : A Quest for Legitimacy
The Social-Historical Context of Mormon Beliefs
The Taylor-Cowley Affair and the Watershed of Mormon History
Utopia, Family, and Authority : The Major Rhetorical Themes of LDS General Conference