Danel W. Bachman
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Bachman received an M.A. in history from Purdue University in 1975. He also received his bachelors degree from Brigham Young University. Bachman has written articles on the Morrisites and the practice of polygamy in the LDS Church prior to Joseph Smith's death.
Bachman was born in Twin Falls, Idaho.
From 2002 to 2005 Bachman served as the president of the California Roseville Mission, where he was succeeded by Lee Tom Perry. He recently served as the second counselor in the presidency of the Logan Utah Temple.
Recently he has helped compile a massive bibliography of over 7,000 entries regarding Near Eastern, Mediterranean, and Mormon Temples.
- Bachman, Danel W. (1975), A Study of the Mormon Practice of Plural Marriage Before the Death of Joseph, retrieved 2009-03-18
- Richard E. Turley, Jr., Victims (Urbana-Champaign: University of Illinois Press, 1992) p. 26
- listing for Bachman's papers at the University of Utah library
- Maxwell Institute bio
- Church News, Feb. 26, 2005;[full citation needed] Feb. 2, 2002[full citation needed]
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