Northern States

The mission was originally organized as the Northwestern States Mission on 6 May 1878 and headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. The mission name changed to the Northern States Mission on 20 July 1889.

Not to be confused with the Northwestern States Mission organized on 26 July 1897 and headquartered in Portland, Oregon.

The Northern States Mission was renamed as the Illinois Mission on 17 June 1973, at that time it consisted of the state of Illinois, except the Illinois portion of the St. Louis, Missouri Stake. It contained a small strip of eastern Iowa, which included Keosauqua, Fort Madison, and Burlington; plus a small portion of western Indiana around LaPorte, Hammond, and Gary.

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Navuoo Centennial Event 1939
Navuoo Centennial Event 1939
Northern States (1878 - ?) Profile
Northern States (1878 - ?) Profile
Tirza Amelia Hansen (1878-1966) Profile, Circa 1913
Tirza Amelia Hansen (1878-1966) Profile, Circa 1913
Northern States Mission Home in Chicago
Northern States Mission Home in Chicago
Missionaries of the Michigan Conference
Missionaries of the Michigan Conference
Northern States Missionaries
Northern States Missionaries
Conference Presidents
Conference Presidents
North Ohio District Missionaries
North Ohio District Missionaries
Publications Office Staff
Publications Office Staff
North Ohio Conference
North Ohio Conference
Conference Presidents
Conference Presidents
United States Mission Presidents
United States Mission Presidents
Northern States Missionaries
Northern States Missionaries
Lady Missionaries of the Northern States Mission
Lady Missionaries of the Northern States Mission
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