Volume 38:1 (1999)

Volume 38:1 (1999)
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Volume 38:1 (1999)

Several short pieces in this issue were written in commemoration of the 40th anniversary of BYU Studies. Another short piece by Doris Dant looks at the way pioneers crafted furniture to make the graining match beautifully. And another article, by Jed L. Woodworth, looks at the financial difficulties experienced by the small, yet divinely commissioned Brigham Young Academy. Eric Eliason asserts that conversion stories are often overlooked, but are some of the most important stories in all of folklore. Richard Dilworth Rust, in his article, compares Joseph Smith and Herman Melville as "deep thinkers" of their time.

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Clinton F. Larson
Part 1: The Past ItemPg. 9
Charles D. Tate Jr.
Part 1: The Past ItemPg. 11
Edward A. Geary
Part 1: The Past ItemPg. 14
John W. Welch
Part 1: The Past ItemPg. 18
Alexander L. Baugh
Part 2: The Present ItemPg. 22
Jed L. Woodworth
Part 2: The Present ItemPg. 70
Dixie L. Partridge
Part 2: The Present ItemPg. 124
Doris R. Dant
Part 2: The Present ItemPg. 125
Eric A. Eliason
Part 2: The Present ItemPg. 137
Richard D. Rust
Part 2: The Present ItemPg. 151
Eugene England
Part 2: The Present ItemPg. 170
Susan E. Gunter
Part 2: The Present ItemPg. 186
Alexander L. Baugh
Part 2: The Present ItemPg. 188
Kahlile Mehr
Part 2: The Present ItemPg. 203
Roger R. Keller
Part 2: The Present ItemPg. 207
Craig L. Foster
Part 2: The Present ItemPg. 211
Glen M. Leonard
Part 2: The Present ItemPg. 213
Robert C. Freeman
Part 2: The Present ItemPg. 217
Jed L. Woodworth
Part 2: The Present ItemPg. 219
John W. Welch
Part 2: The Present ItemPg. 219
Jed L. Woodworth
Part 2: The Present ItemPg. 220
Amber Esplin
Part 2: The Present ItemPg. 220
John W. Welch
Part 2: The Present ItemPg. 221
John W. Welch
Part 3: The Future ItemPg. 225