Pioneer magazine is a quarterly full-color publication written and distributed by the National Society of the Sons of Utah Pioneers. Each issue focuses on a Utah or Mormon pioneer theme, including significant places, persons and families, important events, historic buildings, and more. Designed to captivate and inspire the reader, beautifully illustrated with photographs and artwork depicting the pioneer experience.

All Life, Annual, and Friends and Family members of the SUP receive the magazine with membership; but subscriptions and back issues are also available. Pioneer magazine is available at most Deseret Book Stores shortly after publication date until the issue is sold out.Click here for Subscription information, or go to the S.U.P. Store.

 
 

SAMPLE ISSUES BELOW

 

"The Heavens Are Opened" Special Edition

 

Summer 2013: The Garden Issue

Summer 2011: The Provo Tabernacle

 

Pioneer Fall 1998: Pioneer Furniture Making

Spring 2012: The United Order

 

June 1936 First Issue

 

CLICK HERE for a chronological Index of more than 20 years of the magazine.

 
 

“The PIONEER magazines are really super and we enjoy reading them from cover to cover. I’ve shared many of the articles with others. Thanks again for producing such a great magazine.” — Merle J. Eggett, Aubrey, Texas


“Last week we took a short trip to Las Vegas to see the Old Mormon Fort State Park. On our way home, we drove through St. George and stopped at the Deseret Book there, where I found your magazine on the same display as the Ensign.  I am thrilled with it, and knew that I would want future editions. This magazine is of superior quality.  Many thanks to all who contributed!” — MaryAnn Williams, Smithfield, Utah


“The magazine is beautifully structured, and written with such obvious devotion, I can never postpone reading it. I come from my reading delighted, edified and filled with gratitude for heritage.” — Anne Okerlund Leavitt, Cedar City, Utah

 
 
 

Pioneer magazine is a non-profit publication of the National Society of the Sons of Utah Pioneers. The publisher and editorial board are unpaid volunteers who are members of the Sons of Utah Pioneers.

Note: Pioneer magazine no longer accepts general advertising. Occasionally we may advertise an event or publication with a specific connection to western Pioneer history.