Juvenile Instructor

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Juvenile Instructor was an official publication of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) that was published from 1866 to 1930.

The magazine was founded and edited by George Q. Cannon, who was a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the LDS Church. The magazine was targeted towards young members of the church and aimed to provide them with instruction and guidance in their faith and daily lives.

Juvenile Instructor covered a wide variety of topics, including Sunday School lessons, stories, poetry, and articles about historical and current events related to the LDS Church. The magazine also included content specifically targeted towards young women, including fashion tips and cooking recipes.

Throughout its history, Juvenile Instructor faced financial difficulties and ownership changes. In the 1930s, the magazine was merged with The Instructor to form The Instructor and Juvenile Instructor, which was later renamed The Instructor.

Despite its relatively short publication history, Juvenile Instructor had a significant impact on the LDS Church and its members. The magazine provided an important outlet for members to connect with each other and strengthen their faith, and helped to shape the culture and values of the church in its early years.{{Categories}}

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