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Jeffrey Tucker shares background on the Church History Library’s collections related to Arsenal Hill, a prominent landmark in Salt Lake City, and the disaster that occurred there.
Helpful resources and strategies for responding to difficult Church history questions.
Schedule a presentation that shares insights on gospel topics from a historical perspective.
Research assistance, subject guides, and useful resources compiled by your friendly librarians. Know what we know—find it in our research guides!
Learn about a widely distributed mission periodical published throughout the first half of the 20th century.
Learn about the library’s collections and historical resources.
We’ve brought together several popular series of related posts from The Historical Record, the Church History Library’s blog, in one convenient location.
The library holds millions of original, authoritative records that will help bring your family’s story to life.
This database is a compilation of names of individuals and families obtained from reliable sources of individuals who immigrated to Utah in 300 wagon and handcart companies between 1847 and 1868.
Discover a wealth of information about nearly 40,000 missionaries who served from 1830 to 1930.
This new exhibit, available online and at the Church History Library, tells the story of the restoration of the Church of Jesus Christ through some of its most treasured documents.
View a collection of videos produced by the Church History Library about our mission and the priceless materials we collect, preserve, and share.
We acquire materials from around the world containing information about what it means to be a Latter-day Saint.
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