Dennis L. Lythgoe

DENNIS L. LYTHGOE {[email protected]} grew up in Salt Lake City, where he took BA, MA, and PhD degrees in history from the University of Utah. He was a professor of history for twenty years, and chair of the Department of History (four years) at Bridgewater State University, near Boston, Massachusetts; he was later adjunct professor of history at the University of Utah, while acting as columnist and book review editor at the The Deseret News for twenty more years. He has authored six books, the best known of which is Let ‘Em Holler! A Political Biography of J. Bracken Lee, published by Utah Historical Society, 1982. He has also written numerous articles in professional journals about US western, US political, and Mormon history.

Review: The Dean of Mormon History”: One Viewpoint Gregory A. Prince. Leonard Arrington and the Writing of Mormon History

Articles/Essays – Volume 49, No. 4

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The Changing Image of Mormonism

Articles/Essays – Volume 03, No. 4

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Mormonism in the Nineteen-Seventies: The Popular Perception

Articles/Essays – Volume 10, No. 3

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Artful Analysis of Mormonism: The Story of the Latter-day Saints by James B. Allen and Glen Leonard

Articles/Essays – Volume 10, No. 4

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A Special Relationship: J. Bracken Lee and the Mormon Church

Articles/Essays – Volume 11, No. 4

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Battling the Bureaucracy: Building a Mormon Chapel

Articles/Essays – Volume 15, No. 4

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