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Using quotes from the recently digitized Woman’s Exponent, Jen Barkdull explains how Latter-day Saint women used the magazine to express their unique views on women’s rights and suffrage.
The library holds millions of original, authoritative records that will help bring your family’s story to life.
Discover the library’s digital collections in a streamlined search and viewing experience developed with input from hundreds of patrons.
Learn about the library’s collections and historical resources.
Learn about the establishment and progress of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in every land” with the tile.
Explore dozens of collections recently digitized to enable your research wherever you are in the world.
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 in Salt Lake City, tells the story of the restoration of the Church of Jesus Christ through some of its most treasured documents.
Patrons who use the library’s reading room and digital assets are required to complete a registration process.
We acquire materials from around the world containing information about what it means to be a Latter-day Saint.
Learn how we care for our collections, and get tips on how to safely preserve your own treasures.