More than a century after Latter-day Saints trekked across the Mormon Trail, Church members continue to celebrate this pioneer experience as an identity-defining touchstone of their American-born religion. Latter-day Saints commemorate their pioneer past in folklore, art, museums, and monuments, as well as with annual plays, pageants, and parades throughout the West.
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About the Author
Eric A. Eliason, Provo, Utah, is associate professor of English at Brigham Young University. His books include The J. Golden Kimball Stories, Mormons and Mormonism: An Introduction to an American World Religion, and The Fruit of Her Hands: Saba Lace History and Patterns.