LDS Church History

“Going to Work with a Will”: Emmeline B. Wells and the Road to Suffrage

Cherry Bushman Silver, Sheree Maxwell Bench, and Katherine Kitterman discuss how Emmeline B. Wells made history as she meet with US presidents and...

Egyptian Papyrus: Preserving History in the Church History Library

The state-of-the-art Church History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah, preserves priceless treasures of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day...

The Rise and Fall of John C. Bennett

Historians Elizabeth A. Kuehn and Matthew C. Godfrey discuss the lasting effects of John C. Bennett’s writing and speaking campaign against Joseph...

Keeping a Record

The Lord’s command to keep a record has resulted in an exhaustive effort to preserve a staggering number of historical journals, images, artifacts,...

Keeping a Record, Focused on Preserving History

In obedience to the Lord’s command to keep a record, a five-story, state-of-the-art facility is focused strictly on preserving a staggering number...

Latter-day Saint Women and the Right to Vote

Latter-day Saint women were pioneers in the women's suffrage movement. Learn how their Church experience helped them become more active in their...

Special Tribute to Elder George F. Richards

Elder George F. Richards served as an Apostle of Jesus Christ for more than 44 years until his death in August 1950. Listen to Elder Spencer W....