T. Edgar Lyon

Thomas Edgar "Ed" Lyon was a prominent Latter-day Saint historian and educator. He is most noted for his work on 19th century Latter-day Saint history. He also wrote on Latter-day Saint doctrine. Lyon was born in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Preparation for the Kingdom | Milton V. Backman, American Religions and the Rise of Mormonism

Articles/Essays – Volume 01, No. 1

This book will satisfy an intellectual need which has long existed in the L.D.S. Church and among all those who wish to investigate the “apostasy” from the Early Christian Church and the course of religious…

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On the Mormon Trail | Alma P. Burton, Mormon Trail from Vermon to Utah, and R. Don Oscarson and Stanley B. Kimball, The Travelers’ Guide to Historic Mormon America

Articles/Essays – Volume 03, No. 2

Dr. Alma P. Burton, currently Assistant Administrator of Seminaries and Institutes for the L.D.S. Department of Education, first published his guide in 1952 to satisfy a long-felt want of many people who desired to trace…

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The Restoration Churches: Two Reviews: The Mormon Churches, A Comparison from Within

Articles/Essays – Volume 05, No. 1

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The Current Restoration of Nauvoo, Illinois

Articles/Essays – Volume 05, No. 1

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Free Masonry at Nauvoo

Articles/Essays – Volume 06, No. 1

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Church Historians I Have Known

Articles/Essays – Volume 11, No. 4

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