Article entitled "Paul Jones: the pacifist bishop (1914-1918)" included in the book "Building the 'Goodly Fellowship of Faith' : a history of the Episcopal Church in Utah, 1867-1996" by Frederick Quinn, c2004.;
Pacifism--Utah; Pacifists--Utah; Episcopal Church--Bishops--Utah; Socialism and Christianity--Utah; World War, 1914-1918--Public opinion; Episcopal Church--Utah--History; Utah--Church history;
Yearbook for Utah State University. Published from 1909-1971 with single issues in 1978 and 1981.
Utah State University--History; Utah State University; Utah State Agricultural College; Agricultural College of Utah; Universities and colleges--Utah; Education, Higher--Utah; USU--Student life; USU--Student publications; USU--Faculty and staff;...
Scrapbook of St. John's Church, Logan, Utah, 1906-1911. "A pictorial history from the scrapbook of the Right Rev. Paul Jones. Compiled while he was at St. John's. Presented by the family of Paul Jones on the occasion of dedication of the...
St. John's Episcopal Church (Logan, Utah); Scrapbooks--Utah--Logan; Jones, Paul, 1880-1941; Anglican church buildings--Utah--Logan; Episcopal Church--Utah--Logan; Community centers--Utah--Logan;
A question of conscience: the resignation of Bishop Paul Jones by John R. Sillito and Timothy S. Hearn. Article published in the 1982 Volume 50, No. 3 issue of the Utah Historical Quarterly.
Jones, Paul, 1880-1941--Resignation from office; Episcopal Church--Utah--Logan; Socialism and Christianity--Utah; Pacifism--Utah; Pacifists--Utah; World War, 1914-1918--Public opinion; Episcopal Church--Bishops--Utah;
In 1980, the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians was established to review the facts and circumstances surrounding the relocation of American citizens and permanent resident aliens during World War II and "recommend...
Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; United States. War Relocation Authority; Detention of persons -- United States; Japanese Americans -- Civil rights