Quick Tip: Finding Older General Conference Talks
Contributed By Larry Richman, Church News contributor
Looking for older general conference talks? Here are four sources:
- Conference.lds.org has conference talks back to 1971 in text and more recent talks in video, audio, PDF, and EPUB in many languages. Also in the Gospel Library app.
- BYU has an LDS General Conference Corpus that lets you search the 24 million words in the 10,000 talks given from 1851 to 2010 in English.
- The Church History Department has scanned all the general conference reports in English since 1880 and placed them online in the Internet Archive, a nonprofit internet library.
- BYU’s LDS Scripture Citation Index (scriptures.byu.edu) has the text from conferences from 1941 to the present. You can search them or check references in all conferences to a given scripture passage.