Four years already?

We worked very hard to publish Mapping Mormonism in time for the 2013 Gospel Doctrine course on the Doctrine and Covenants and Church History, and many people found it useful for understanding the historical and geographic context for the history of the Church. Four years have since passed, and here we are again. This year, the Church is encouraging Sunday School teachers and students to use more materials in their studies this year, and we hope you will find the Atlas a useful resources. Go to our Sunday School page to download a few of the most relevant graphics from the Atlas.

Don’t have a copy? It is still for sale at Amazon, Deseret Book, and BYU Studies for $40 or less.

Best Atlas of 2012!

I recently found out that Mapping Mormonism won Best Atlas in the 2012 Map Design Competition of the Cartography and Geographic Information Society (CaGIS), the most prestigious cartography awards in the U.S.! It turns out we were a tiebreaker away from Best of Show, but I’m happy to hear that someone likes the atlas. I only hope that CaGIS eventually updates their website so it shows something official. . .

January Book Signings

Brandon Plewe will be visiting Costco stores in Utah again this month to sign the atlas:

  • Jan 3rd: Lehi, 1-5pm; Jan 5th: Sandy, 1-5pm
  • Jan 8th: Ogden, 1-5pm; Jan 12th: Bountiful, 11-3
  • Jan 17th: Orem, 1-5; Jan 19th: St. George, 1-5
  • Jan 24th: Lehi, 1-5; Jan 26th: Spanish Fork, 1-5
  • Jan 29th: Orem, 1-5; Jan 31st: Sandy, 1-5