Erik J. Freeman

ERIK J. FREEMAN {[email protected]} earned a PhD in history from the University of Connecticut in 2022, where he defended a dissertation on the transnational roots of Mormon communitarianism in the nineteenth century. He is an assistant professor of history at Snow College in Ephraim, Utah.

Faithful Pioneers and the Roots of a Global Church | F. LaMond Tullis, Grass Roots in Mexico:Stories of Pioneering Latter-day Saints

Articles/Essays – Volume 56, No. 4

F. LaMond Tullis’s Grass Roots in Mexico: Stories of Pioneering Latter-day Saints explores the lives of nineteen people who influenced the founding and growth of Mormonism in Mexico. Tullis is a retired professor of political…

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