History Revisited

What Elder Orson Hyde’s prayer dedicating the Holy Land 180 years ago means to Latter-day Saints today Sunday marks 180 years since Elder Orson Hyde climbed the Mount of Olives and offered a prayer dedicating Jerusalem. Elder Quentin L. Cook explains what this means to Latter-day Saints today.
How you can make the most of the Church History Library Whether you're working on family history research, fulfilling your calling as a ward historian or just interested in Church history, the Church History Library has a wealth of resources and staff ready to help you.
Episode 53: Historian Spencer W. McBride on the importance of the Nauvoo Temple for early Church pioneers and for Latter-day Saints today Historian Spencer W. McBride explores the history and significance of the Nauvoo Temple for early Church pioneers and for all of us today.
President Eyring points to then-unseen successes of Utah’s silkworm industry at monument commemoration President Henry B. Eyring helped mark the 80th anniversary celebration of the monument in Salt Lake City’s Yalecrest neighborhood, where he spent part of his childhood.
See what Joseph F. Smith’s rooms in the Beehive House might have looked like in 1918 The Beehive House just opened two rooms that have been refurbished to reflect the bedroom and office of Joseph F. Smith and Julina Lambson Smith at the time he received the vision of the redemption of the dead on Oct. 3, 1918.
Timeline: How the Church has responded to the global COVID-19 pandemic It's been 18 months since the First Presidency suspended Church gatherings worldwide. Take a look back at how The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has responded to COVID-19.
FamilySearch’s 2.4 million rolls of microfilm are now digitized. Here’s what this milestone means The Genealogical Society of Utah — known today as FamilySearch — began microfilming records in 1938. Now, 83 years later, the entire microfilm collection is available online.
Learn about Elder Neil L. Andersen’s reflections on Joseph Smith after visiting Church historic sites in Eastern United States The Prophet Joseph Smith "lived in crescendo," said Elder Neil L. Andersen after visiting Church historic sites in New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio.
How Elder Davies and Elder Sikahema helped secure the Philadelphia Pennsylvania Temple site During a BYU devotional in 2015, Elder Dean M. Davies described how the Church successfully secured the Philadelphia Pennsylvania Temple site after all seemed lost. 
A look at the history of Face to Face events: Topics, audiences, locations and international reach When did Face to Face events begin, which Church leaders have participated and what have they talked about? Here is a historical look at the interactive question-and-answer broadcasts.
‘Come, Follow Me’: Exploring sites in Historic Kirtland, Ohio Over the past 2 decades, several buildings have been restored in Historic Kirtland, which was a gathering place in the 1830s and where the Doctrine and Covenants was first published.
20th anniversary of BYU–Idaho: How its creation is ‘one of the most important educational events of the Restoration’ Twenty years after BYU–Idaho's creation, past and present leaders reflect on its distinctive role and importance within the Church Educational System.