Brigham Young University : A School of Destiny
Brigham Young University Press
"This is the dramatic story of Brigham Young University, founded by Brigham Young in 1875 with the simple instructions to Karl G. Maeser, a German convert to the Mormon faith who was to become its principal. "You should teach not even the alphabet or multiplication tables without the inspiration of the Lord. That is all. God bless you, good-bye." Founded as a private school in Provo, Utah, and dedicated to the standards and principles of the LDS Church, it struggled for 75 years during which it was threatened with being closed down on 21 recorded occasions...An exciting account of the growth of a prominent American university dedicated to the principles of a sound Christian education, this book is well worth the reading." [Author]
Wilkinson, Ernest L.
Oaks, Dallin H.
Native Americans, education
McDonald, Howard S.
Maeser, Karl G.
Harris, Franklin S.
Education, administrators and faculty
Cluff, Benjamin, Jr.
Brimhall, George H.
Brigham Young University, Native Americans
Brigham Young University, administrators and faculty
Brigham Young University
Brigham Young Academy
Administrative history, education
A Century of Seminary
Agitators in the Land of Zion : The Anti-Vietnam War Movements at Brigham Young University, University of Utah, and Utah State University
A History of 'Especially for Youth,' 1976-1986
A People’s History of Book of Mormon Archaeology: Excavating the Role of “Folk” Practitioners in the Emergence of a Field
Archaeology, Relics, and Book of Mormon Belief
'A Sad and Expensive Experience' : Ernest L. Wilkinson's 1964 Bid for the U.S. Senate
A Strange Phenomena : Ernest L. Wilkinson, the LDS Church, and Utah Politics
Brigham Young University and Jerusalem before Semester Abroad, 1931-1968
Building Wilkinson's University
By the Hand of Mormon : The American Scripture that Launched a New World Religion
Discourses in Mormon Theology : Philosophical and Theological Possibilities
Elder Stephen L Richards on Peace and War : An Examination of Elder Richards' Views on the Causes of War and His Prescription for Peace, Based on the Analytical Framework Contained in Kenneth N. Waltz' Man, the State and War
Ernest L. Wilkinson and the Office of Church Commissioner of Education
Ernest L. Wilkinson's Appointment as Seventh President of Brigham Young University
Exploring the Lands of the Book of Mormon
George H. Brimhall's Legacy of Service to Brigham Young University
"In search of Zarahemla, 1900-1902" Parley Pratt Nelson's abortive calling : a test of his mettle and magnified worthiness
LDS Language Teaching and Learning : Highlights from 1830 to 1982
Leonard James Arrington (1917-1999) : A Bibliography
Loyal Opposition : Ernest L. Wilkinson's Role in Founding the BYU Law School
Nineteenth-Century Mormon Architecture and City Planning
Out of Obscurity : Mormonism Since 1945
People of Paradox : A History of Mormon Culture
Refusing to Die : Financial Crisis at Brigham Young Academy, 1877-1897
Ricks College : The Struggle for Permanency and Place, 1954-60
Satan's Foot in the Door : Democrats at Brigham Young University
Search for Zarahemla, 1900 : Expeditioneer Parley Pratt Nelson
Susa Young Gates: Daughter of Mormonism
The Awkward State of Utah : Coming of Age in the Nation 1896-1945
The Church in the Twentieth Century
The Educational Legacy of Karl G. Maeser
The Geography of the Book of Mormon Events : A Source Book
The Latter-day Saint Century
The Limits of Learning in Pioneer Utah
The Mormon Image in the American Mind : Fifty Years of Public Perception
The Story of The Truth, The Way, The Life
Utah Schools and the Japanese American Student Relocation Program