Individuals and families braved the heat to attend A Pioneer Fair outside the Church History Museum where they participated in various activities and gained appreciation for the skills, ingenuity and industry of the early pioneers of Utah.
Latter-day Saints “stand with reverence at their courageous faith and are inspired by the testimony of truth they sealed with their precious blood,” President Ballard said of the Prophet and his brother.
The International African American Museum in South Carolina includes a Center for Family History, which is supported by FamilySearch International. The center was built with a $2 million from the Church.
Writer-historians and co-authors Richard E. Turley Jr. and Barbara Jones Brown tell the story of the Mountain Meadows Massacre, offering key points and lessons from the darkest episode in Latter-day Saint history.