Latter-Day Saint Biographical Encyclopedia

Latter-day Saint Biographical Encyclopedia

LDSBio1Originally published between 1901 and 1936, and with over
5,000 biographical entries of “heroes and heroines” complete with more than 2,000 photographs, the LDS Biographical Encyclopedia is an essential reference for the study of early Church history. Nearly anyone with pioneer heritage will find exciting and interesting history about ancestors in these volumes.

Available as individual volumes (I-IV).





6” x 9”
836 Pages
Volume I:

833 Pages
Volume II:

834 Pages
Volume III:

830 Pages
Volume IV:


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