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Their Faces Toward Zion: Voices and Images of the Trek West

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Noted author and historian Richard Holzapfel examines the Mormon pioneers' trek westward to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake. Accompanying the text are unforgettable images preserved through the daguerreotype, ambrotype, and tintype processes of the period, as well as excerpts from diaries and other documents.
Hardcover, 221 pages
Published January 1st 1996 by Bookcraft
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Dr. Richard Holzapfel is a Professor of Church History in the Religious Education Department at BYU. He attended BYU, Hebrew Union College, and the University of California, Irvine (B.A., M.A., and Ph.D.) emphasizing in Middle Eastern Studies, Jewish History, Ancient History. Dr. Holzapfel began teaching at Brigham Young University in 1993, and has taught in the Church History, Ancient Scripture, ...more
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