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Early Morman Millenarianism: Another Look

  • Grant Underwood (a1)
  • DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2307/3167237
  • Published online: 01 July 2009
Abstract

It is by no means insignificant that many of the specially funded Tanner Lectures delivered recently at the annual meetings of the Mormon History Association have dealt, to some degree or another, with early Mormon millenarianism. This occurrence is less surprising when it is relized that the lectures come in the wake of a decade that produced what one historian has called “a veritable blizzard of scholarly and popular writings in the often stormy field of millennialism.”

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James W. Davidson , “Searching for the Millennium: Problems for the 1790s and the 1970s,” New England Quarterly 45 (1972): 252.

David E. Smith , “Millenarian Scholarship in America,” American Quarterly 17 (1965):539;

William Lamont , Godly Rule: Politics and Religion, 1603–1660 (New York, 1969);

Yonina Talmon , “Millenarian Movements,” European Journal of Sociology 7 (1966):190;

David L. Rowe , “A New Perspective on the Burned-over District: The Millerites in Upstate New York,” Church History 47 (1978):408420,

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