In the late nineteenth century, a small community of Native Hawaiian Mormons established a settlement in heart of The Great Basin, in Utah. The community was named Iosepa, after the prophet and sixth president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Joseph F. Smith. The inhabitants... read more
Chapter 1: "The Pacific World"
Chapter 2: The Hawaiian Mission - Lana'i, La'ie, and the Gathering
Chapter 3: Early Native Hawaiian Migration to the Salt Lake Valley
Chapter 4: Iosepa: Creating a Native Hawaiian Community in Skull Valley, Utah
Chapter 5: "As a testament to the faith of these ancestors of ours": Iosepa in Public Memory
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