Mormon History of Church Presidents/Prophets
An explanation of prophets and presidents from Mormon History. Learn more about how the LDS Church President receives his title and calling with this four page article on Mormon History.
Mormon History: What we Believe
Who are we and what do we believe? Find out about Mormon history, what the Apostasy is, and how Christ's church was organized again on the earth.
Joseph Smith: Prophet of the Restoration Movie
This free, full feature movie is about the prophet Joseph Smith, founder of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Free Mormon History Pageants
There are seven free pageants held by the LDS Church each year in different locations throughout the US. These pageants teach about the Mormon History through their theatrical performances.
13 Articles of Faith History
Learn the history of the 13 Articles of Faith of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, including the author and when he wrote the 13 Articles of Faith.
Mormon History - Twelve Photos of the Sacred Grove
This Mormon History article contains 12 pictures of The Sacred Grove where Joseph Smith had his First Vision.
Mormon History - Photos from the Palmyra Visitors Center
Pictures of Joseph Smith and scenes from the Book of Mormon that make up part of Mormon History.
Mormon History - Photos of Joseph Smith's House and Bedroom
These great pictures of Mormon History are of Joseph Smith's room where he saw the Angel Moroni for the first time.
LDS Clipart - Mormon History
Over 120 free LDS clipart pictures of Joseph Smith, Gordon B. Hinckley, pioneers, and other church leaders from Mormon History.
Mormon History of Church Leaders
A four part explanation of the Mormon History of LDS Church's Leaders, the titles used to address members, how callings are received, and past LDS prophets.
Mormon History and Church Membership/Population
Some statistics from Mormon History including total number of members, wards, stakes, missionaries, etc.
Mormon History: Johnson's Army
Who was the President of the USA when Johnson's army was sent to destroy the Salt Lake Temple? Find out more about this bit of Mormon History here.
Mormon History: Nauvoo Bell
The Nauvoo bell, a symbol of religious freedom from Mormon History is a reminder that "our nation and our community owes its existence to our trust in God."
Mormon History of Nauvoo Temple: A Symbol of Sacrifice
Learn more about the Mormon History of the first Nauvoo Temple, and the rebuilding of it 150 years later.
Mormon History: Polygamy, Official Statement
By President Gordon B. Hinckley, this statement clarifies the LDS Church's stand on polygamy, a part of Mormon History.
Mormon History of Polygamy, Setting the Record Straight
This article by the previous LDS guide gives some good information on this part of Mormon history.
Mormon History: Salt Lake Temple
In Mormon History when the pioneers settled the Salt Lake Valley the temple was more than just a matter of functional design or conceptual convenience; it was a symbol of their faith and devotion to the Lord.
Mormon History - The Hill Cumorah Pageant Photos
An article including pictures of the amazing Hill Cumorah Pageant, a world famous theatrical production of Mormon History.
Mormon History: JosephSmith.net
The LDS Church has a new website about Joseph Smith! It provides information about his life, ministry, mission, and other Mormon history information. There are quotes, daily events, historic sites, and other great features including photographs, artwork, documents, maps, and online resources.
The Joseph Smith Papers
JosephSmithPapers.org is a website about the collecting, organizing, transcribing, and publishing of the numerous documents related to the life and teachings of the prophet Joseph Smith.
Mormon History: City of Joseph Pageant
Located in Nauvoo, Illinois this pageant tells this beautiful yet tragic story of Mormon history through songs and dancing. This site includes location and schedule information.
Mormon History from LDS.org
This official LDS Church site contains wonderful resources including: Mormon History, sites of interest, church library, archives, and the Museum of Mormon History and Art.
Create Your Own Mormon History with Journals
There is more than one way to keep a journal. This article gives a huge list of additional ways of recording your personal Mormon history along with handy tips and tricks.
Mormon History with William Clayton's Nauvoo Diaries
A chronological compilation of Mormon history through the personal writings of William Clayton while he was a resident of Nauvoo, Illinois. If you love reading about Mormon history you'll love this.