The Mormon Texts Project

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Making free e-books of LDS texts available on Project Gutenberg.

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Year in Review: 44 E-Books Released Thanks to Volunteers, Donors

[...] During 2014, the Mormon Texts Project released 44 e-books on Project Gutenberg. That’s a lot of books. To give it some scale, on Jan. 1, 2014, there were only 21 LDS e- [...]

Merry Christmas! Our gift to you–three new (free) book releases!

[...] Series book #16), and Cowley’s Talks on Doctrine by Matthias F. Cowley are now up on Project Gutenberg. Heber C. Kimball was a member of the original Quorum of the Twelve, member of Brigham Young’ [...]

Happy Boxing Day! New Release: History of the Church vol. 3

[...] History of the Church vol. 3 is now available as a free e-book on Project Gutenberg! Obviously, HotC is a big deal, and we’ll just let it stand at that. (Unless you have some [...]

New Release: “History of the Church”, vol. 2

[...] needles, rejoice! History of the Church vol. 2 is now available as a free e-book on Project Gutenberg thanks to excellent work by Emma Cahoon, one of our interns last summer, and Mariah [...]

New Release: “Wilford Woodruff,” a biography written from his journals

If you’ve always wanted to read Wilford Woodruff’s journal but can’t afford ~$4k for the out of print nine-volume typescript edition, this is yo [...]

“Mormon Settlement in Arizona” by James H. McClintock

[...] Proofreaders. (As longtime readers know, I think very highly of PGDP.) It touches on the Mormon Battalion, pioneer and Forty Years Among the Indians author Daniel W. Jones, noted missionary Jacob [...]

2015 Mormon Texts Project Summer Internship Program

[...] process and produce at least one e-book start to finish. Last year the inaugural internship program was a great success, and this year’s program will build on last year’s to [...]

New Release: “A String of Pearls”, Faith-Promoting Series Book #2

[...] and was in print until at least the 1920s; we’ve already released some books from it (see Available Texts) and […] [...]

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Year in Review: 44 E-Books Released Thanks to Volunteers, Donors

[...] During 2014, the Mormon Texts Project released 44 e-books on Project Gutenberg. That’s a lot of books. To give it some scale, on Jan. 1, 2014, there were only 21 LDS e- [...]

Merry Christmas! Our gift to you–three new (free) book releases!

[...] Series book #16), and Cowley’s Talks on Doctrine by Matthias F. Cowley are now up on Project Gutenberg. Heber C. Kimball was a member of the original Quorum of the Twelve, member of Brigham Young’ [...]

Happy Boxing Day! New Release: History of the Church vol. 3

[...] History of the Church vol. 3 is now available as a free e-book on Project Gutenberg! Obviously, HotC is a big deal, and we’ll just let it stand at that. (Unless you have some [...]

New Release: “History of the Church”, vol. 2

[...] needles, rejoice! History of the Church vol. 2 is now available as a free e-book on Project Gutenberg thanks to excellent work by Emma Cahoon, one of our interns last summer, and Mariah [...]

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