Includes diaries, letterbooks, correspondence, financial papers, deeds and other legal papers, petitions, addresses, and certificates.
Files kept in Brigham Young’s office during the period he served as President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles (1844–1847) and President of the Church (1847–1877), including files accumulated during his tenure as governor of Utah Territory and ex officio territorial superintendent of Indian affairs (1851–1858).
Minutes collected or created by the Church Historian and Recorder’s Office.
Elevations, cross-sections, floor plans, stonemason charts, and detailed drawings of both the interior and the exterior of the Salt Lake Temple.
Preliminary and construction drawings by the Church’s architect for the temple and other structures in Nauvoo, Illinois.
Search the database to find the names of Latter-day Saint pioneers ancestors. Discover the companies they traveled with and read accounts about their experiences on the trail.
The 1830–1972 index of the Journal History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a digitized card index. Once you have found the proper citation, you can find the relevant article within the Journal History collection itself here.
Brigham Young’s incoming correspondence from 1840 to 1877 has been indexed and added to the library catalog. You can search the collection by searching for a name in the Archival Materials tab and including the key words “Brigham,” “Young,” and “Correspondence.” You may browse the entire correspondence collection here.
A collaborative effort between the Family History and Church History Departments. Patrons may log in to this website using their LDS Accounts and discover which of their ancestors crossed the plains to Utah as Latter-day Saint pioneers.
A collaborative effort between the Joseph Smith Papers Project and the Family History Department. Patrons may log in to this website using their LDS Accounts to discover if any of their ancestors were mentioned in the Joseph Smith Papers.
This database identifies the residents of Nauvoo, Illinois, from 1839 to 1846. Wherever possible, each resident will be documented from birth to death in the records of the time.
Identifies the people, places, and events of the early history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.