Central States

The Southwestern States Mission was renamed from the Indian Territory Mission in 1898. Its name was changed again in 1904 to the Central States Mission and headquarters were moved from St. Johns, Kansas to Independence, Missouri. Beginning in 1907, the mission published a periodical called the Liahona. Later that same year the magazine merged with the Southern States Mission magazine to become Liahona, The Elders' Journal.

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Central States (1898 - ?) Profile
Central States (1898 - ?) Profile
Northwestern States Mission
Northwestern States Mission
Central States Mission Headquarters
Central States Mission Headquarters
Central States Mission  January 1917-September 1919
Central States Mission January 1917-September 1919
Missionaries at Mission Headquarters
Missionaries at Mission Headquarters
Missionaries at Mission Headquarters
Missionaries at Mission Headquarters
Central States Missionaries March 15
Central States Missionaries March 15
Central States Mission
Central States Mission
Central States Mission
Central States Mission
Central States Mission
Central States Mission
Central Mission
Central Mission
United States Mission Presidents
United States Mission Presidents
Central States Mission     Visiting Missionaries and Officials
Central States Mission Visiting Missionaries and Officials
Central States Mission
Central States Mission
Central States Mission   St John District Missionaries May 23, 1927
Central States Mission St John District Missionaries May 23, 1927
Missionaries in the Central States Mission
Missionaries in the Central States Mission
Southwestern States Mission
Southwestern States Mission
President Duffin with Missionaries
President Duffin with Missionaries
Central States Missionaries
Central States Missionaries
Central States Mission
Central States Mission