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Australia: Additional Information
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“Australia: Additional Information,” Global Histories: Australia (2019)

“Australia: Additional Information,” Global Histories: Australia

Australia: Additional Information

  • Australasian Mission manuscript history and historical reports, 1840–97. Church History Library, Salt Lake City.

  • Conte, Ortensia Greco. “Call Those Missionaries.” Ensign, Oct. 2000, 64–65.

  • Devitry-Smith, John. “William James Barratt: The First Mormon ‘Down Under.’” BYU Studies, vol. 28, no. 3 (1988): 53–66.

  • Jones, Morgan. “For the Love of Missionary Work: Former Mormon Yankees Remember Their Experience in Australia.” Deseret News, Oct. 14, 2016, deseretnews.com.

  • Meyer, Amanda. “Aborigines Gather for Temple Work, Meetings.” Church News, Feb. 5, 1994, thechurchnews.com.

  • Moodie, Robert G. “Missionary Work in the Central Australian ‘Outback.’” Ensign, Feb. 1982, 75–76.

  • “Mormon Grandmother Helps Australian Prime Minister Say ‘Sorry.’” Newsroom, Apr. 8, 2008, newsroom.ChurchofJesusChrist.org.

  • Newton, Marjorie. Southern Cross Saints: Mormons in Australia. Laie, Hawaii: Institute for Polynesian Studies and BYU–Hawaii, 1991.

  • Newton, Marjorie A. “Pioneering the Gospel in Australia.” Ensign, Oct. 1986, 32–41.

  • Newton, Marjorie B. “Australia’s Pioneer Saints.” Ensign, Feb. 1997, 44–51.

  • Wakeley, Alan and Richard Hunter. “Faith Prevailed over Distance in Temple Trip.” Church News, May 26, 2001, thechurchnews.com.