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Legacy—Great Stories from Church and Family History

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

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Legacy—Great Stories from Church and Family History
Legacy—Great Stories from Church and Family History

Legacy—Great Stories from Church and Family History

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

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A program featured on the Mormon Channel (mormonchannel.org), the official radio station of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Latest Episodes

93: Lincoln and The Mormons

Author Ron Anderson discusses Abraham Lincoln and his relationship with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

28 MIN2013 JAN 14
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93: Lincoln and The Mormons

92: Joseph Smith's America

What was America like in the time of Joseph Smith? Historians Chad Orton and Bill Slaughter talk about art, music and politics in Joseph Smith's America.

29 MIN2012 AUG 20
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92: Joseph Smith's America

91: John Taylor

He is the only President of the church not born in the United States. This episode of Legacy discusses the life of President John Taylor.

23 MIN2012 AUG 13
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91: John Taylor

90: Women of Faith

Historian Brittany Chapman talks about some of the lesser known Latter-day Saint women.

25 MIN2012 JUL 30
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90: Women of Faith

89: The Cardston Alberta Temple

Delayed in part by World War I, construction of the Cardston Alberta Temple lasted for 10 years. This temple was a first in many ways.

29 MIN2012 JUL 23
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89: The Cardston Alberta Temple

88: Southern Alberta

They pitched their tents in the rain and mud that first night. Historians talk about early Latter-day Saint settlements in Southern Alberta, Canada.

28 MIN2012 JUL 16
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88: Southern Alberta

87: Exhibiting Mormonism

The 1893 World's Fair in Chicago, Illinois, presented Latter-day Saints with their first opportunity to introduce the Church to an international audience. Historian Reid Neilson talks about this critical event in Church history.

29 MIN2012 JUL 9
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87: Exhibiting Mormonism

86: To the Peripheries of Mormondom

In 1920, Apostle David O. McKay and Hugh J. Cannon traveled over 60,000 miles, visiting members of the Church around the world. Historian Reid Neilson talks about this historic trip.

28 MIN2012 JUL 2
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86: To the Peripheries of Mormondom

85: The Joseph Smith Papers - Histories

Historians discuss the latest volume from the Joseph Smith Papers project.

29 MIN2012 JUN 25
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85: The Joseph Smith Papers - Histories

84: The Joseph Smith Papers Project

Historians discuss the Joseph Smith Papers project and share insights into the history of the project and what the future holds.

29 MIN2012 JUN 18
Comments
84: The Joseph Smith Papers Project

Latest Episodes

93: Lincoln and The Mormons

Author Ron Anderson discusses Abraham Lincoln and his relationship with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

28 MIN2013 JAN 14
Comments
93: Lincoln and The Mormons

92: Joseph Smith's America

What was America like in the time of Joseph Smith? Historians Chad Orton and Bill Slaughter talk about art, music and politics in Joseph Smith's America.

29 MIN2012 AUG 20
Comments
92: Joseph Smith's America

91: John Taylor

He is the only President of the church not born in the United States. This episode of Legacy discusses the life of President John Taylor.

23 MIN2012 AUG 13
Comments
91: John Taylor

90: Women of Faith

Historian Brittany Chapman talks about some of the lesser known Latter-day Saint women.

25 MIN2012 JUL 30
Comments
90: Women of Faith

89: The Cardston Alberta Temple

Delayed in part by World War I, construction of the Cardston Alberta Temple lasted for 10 years. This temple was a first in many ways.

29 MIN2012 JUL 23
Comments
89: The Cardston Alberta Temple

88: Southern Alberta

They pitched their tents in the rain and mud that first night. Historians talk about early Latter-day Saint settlements in Southern Alberta, Canada.

28 MIN2012 JUL 16
Comments
88: Southern Alberta

87: Exhibiting Mormonism

The 1893 World's Fair in Chicago, Illinois, presented Latter-day Saints with their first opportunity to introduce the Church to an international audience. Historian Reid Neilson talks about this critical event in Church history.

29 MIN2012 JUL 9
Comments
87: Exhibiting Mormonism

86: To the Peripheries of Mormondom

In 1920, Apostle David O. McKay and Hugh J. Cannon traveled over 60,000 miles, visiting members of the Church around the world. Historian Reid Neilson talks about this historic trip.

28 MIN2012 JUL 2
Comments
86: To the Peripheries of Mormondom

85: The Joseph Smith Papers - Histories

Historians discuss the latest volume from the Joseph Smith Papers project.

29 MIN2012 JUN 25
Comments
85: The Joseph Smith Papers - Histories

84: The Joseph Smith Papers Project

Historians discuss the Joseph Smith Papers project and share insights into the history of the project and what the future holds.

29 MIN2012 JUN 18
Comments
84: The Joseph Smith Papers Project
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