Bibliography from “The Burden of the Cross”

I got to thinking, if maybe I should put up my bibliographies from other Mormon history I have done so far.

This is from my fourth year course in US Civil right 20th century.  I took the title from a comment by Eugene England.  It was all about the end of the Priesthood ban covering from the 1950-1978:

Arrington, Leonard J. and David Bitton. The Mormon Experience: A History of the Latter-day Saints. New York: Alfred Knopf. 1979

Bringhurst, Newell C. Saints, Slaves and Blacks: The Changing Place of Black People Within Mormonism. West Port Connecticut: Greenwood Press. 1981

Brodie, Fawn McKay. No Man Knows My History. 2nd edition. New York : Knopf. 1971

Bush Jr., Lester E. “Mormonism’s Negro Doctrine: An Historical Overview”. Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought. Vol.8 No. 1. Spring. 1973.

Bush, Lester E. Jr. and Armand L. Mauss ed. Neither White nor Black: Mormon Scholars Confront the Race Issue in a Universal Church. Midvale, Utah: Signature Books. 1984

Bushman, Claudia Lauper. Contemporary Mormonism: Latter-day Saints in Modern America. Westport Connecticut: Praeger Publishers. 2006

Bushman, Claudia Lauper and Richard Lyman Bushman. Building the Kingdom: History of Mormons in America. Oxford UK: Oxford University Press. 2001

Bushman, Richard L. Rough Stone Rolling. Chicago: University of Illinois Press. 2005

Corporation of the President. The Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ. Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 1981

Corporation of the President. Pearl of Great Price. Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 1981

Crapo, Richley H. “Grass-Roots Deviance from Official Doctrine: A Study of Latter-Day Saint (Mormon) Folk-Beliefs.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, Vol. 26, No. 4. Dec., 1987

Firmage, Edwin B. ed. An Abundant Life: The Memoirs of Hugh B. Brown. 2nd Ed. Salt Lake City: Signature Books. 1999

Gottlieb, Robert and Peter Wiley. America’s Saints: The Rise of Mormon Power. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons. 1984

Jacobson, Cardell K. “Black Mormons in the 1980s: Pioneers in a White Church.” Review of Religious Research, Vol 33, No. 2. December 1991

Jacobson, Cardell K. ed. All God’s Children: Racial and Ethnic Voices in the LDS Church. Springville UT: Bonneville Books. 2004

The New York Times. 1963 – 1978.

Prince, Gregory A. and Wm. Robert Wright. David O. McKay and the Rise of Modern Mormonism. Salt Lake: University of Utah Press. 2005.

Quinn, Michael D. The Mormon Hierarchy: Extensions of Power. Salt Lake City: Signature Books. 1994

Roberts, David. “Interview with President Gordon B. Hinckley.” Compass. (Accessed on October 15, 2007)

Smith, Darron. “These House Negros Still Think We’re Cursed: Struggling Against Racism in the Classroom.” Cultural Studies, Vol. 19, No. 4. July 2005

Taggart, Stephen G. Mormonism’s Negro Policy: Social and Historical Origins. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press. 1976

Tanner, Jerald and Sandra Tanner. The Changing World of Mormonism. Chicago : Moody Press. 1980

Tanner, Jerald and Sandra Tanner. Mormonism, shadow or reality? Salt Lake City : Utah Lighthouse Ministry. 1982

Tvedtnes, John A. “The Charge of ‘Racism’ in the Book of Mormon.” Black (accessed on October 15, 2007)

Walton, Brian. “A University’s Dilemma: B.Y.U. and Blacks.” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought.

White Jr., O. Kendall. “Boundary Maintenance, Blacks, and the Mormon Priesthood.” The Journal of Religious Thought. 37. Fall-Winter, 1980-81

White Jr., O. Kendall and Daryl White. “Abandoning an Unpopular Policy: An Analysis of the Decision Granting the Mormon Priesthood to Blacks.” Sociological Analysis, Vol. 41, No. 3. Autumn, 1980


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