Rediscovering the Sites of the Restoration

by Justin R. Bray, Alan D. Johnson, Reid L. Neilson

Rediscovering the sites

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On September 6, 1888, three Church history missionaries—Andrew Jenson, Edward Stevenson, and Joseph S. Black—left on a fact-finding mission to the Church’s historic sites in Missouri, Illinois, New York, Ohio, and Iowa. They spent a majority of their time visiting the sacred spaces of the Restoration. The observations they made became the subjects of a lengthy correspondence to the Deseret News. These letters were later compiled into a pamphlet, allowing the Saints in the West to vicariously experience the early days of the Restoration. Some notable historical themes in their observations include a desire for the establishment and redemption of Zion and the promise that righteous Saints would be restored to their lands to build up Zion.

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PublishedDeseret Book and RSC BYU 2015

About the Authors

Justin R. Bray

Justin R. Bray works in the Church History Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He received a BA in history and Latin American studies from BYU in 2011. He is currently pursuing an MA in history from the University of Utah.

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Alan D. Johnson

Alan D. Johnson attended Brigham Young University, where he earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees. He is presently pursuing a master’s degree in history at the University of Utah. Alan is currently the director of the Church History Museum.

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Reid L. Neilson

REID L. NEILSON received his BA degree in international relations from Brigham Young University. After graduation he worked in strategy, finance, and economics around the world, including in Los Angeles, London, Tokyo, and Hong Kong. He earned graduate degrees in American history and business administration at Brigham Young University. In 2006 he completed his PhD in religious studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he was named an International Studies Scholar for Tomorrow Fellow.

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