Unbound Documents Index


Click on blue index number to download.

To download a combined UNBound and Bound ALPHABETIZED index, click here for WORD and click here for PDF.

JS0001      Smith, Joseph F. Affidavit Books, 4 vols. VOLUMES 1, transcript. MS 3423. LDS Church History Library.

JS0002      Smith, Joseph F. Affidavit Books, 4 vols. VOLUME 2, transcript. MS 3423. LDS Church History Library.

JS0003      Clayton, William, “William Clayton’s Nauvoo Diaries and Personal Writings.” compiled by Robert C. Fillerup. http://www.boap.org/LDS/Early-Saints/clayton-diaries (accessed December 12, 2009).”

JS0004      Johnson, Benjamin F., My Life’s Review. 1893. typescript.

JS0005      Helen Mar Kimball Whitney, 1828-1896, Autobiography (c. 1839-1846), “”Life Incidents,”” Woman’s Exponent 9-10 (1880-1882) and “”Scenes and Incidents in Nauvoo,”” Woman’s Exponent 11 (1882-83), typescript.

JS0006      Bennett, John C., “Letter from General Bennett,” October 28, 1843, Hawk Eye (Burlington, Iowa), December 7, 1843, 1, typescript.

JS0007      Smith, Joseph, (Sangamo Journal 10 [8 July 1842], letter regarding John C. Bennett’s withdrawal, transcript.

JS0008            Illinois Code, 1827, pdf.

JS0009            Riggs, Michael S., and John E. Thompson. “Joseph Smith, Jr., and ‘The Notorious Case of Aaron Lyon’: Evidence of Earlier Doctrinal Development of Salvation for the Dead and a Trigger for the Practice of Polyandry?” John Whitmer Historical Association Journal 26 (2006): 101-19.

JS0010            Brotherton, Martha H. Affidavit, July 13, 1842. Sangamo Journal (Springfield, Illinois) 10 (July 22, 1842); rpt. from Native American Bulletin (St. Louis) 1 (July 16, 1842); and rpt. in  Warsaw [Illinois] Signal, July 23, 1842; New York Herald 8 (July 25, 27, 1842); Louisville Daily Journal 12 (July 25, 1842): 183 (extracts); Alton [Illinois] Telegraph and Democratic Review 7 (July 30, 1842); Quincy [Illinois] Whig, 5 (August 6, 1842): [2].

JS0011            SCHINDLE, Melissa, Sangamo Journal 10 [15 July 1842], typescript.

JS0012            SMETHURST, Thomas, Affidavit, The Morning Chronicle 1 (27 July 1842), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

JS0013            Affidavits and Certificates, Disproving the Statements and Affidavits Contained in John C. Bennett’s Letters. Nauvoo, Illinois, August 31, 1842, typescript.

JS0014            Alger, Fanny, information sheet.

JS0015            Angel commanding polygamy information sheet.

JS0016            Johnson, Benjamin F., excerpt from 1903 letter discussing plural marriage.

JS0017            Winchester, Benjamin, Interview, 27 November 1900 (RLDS archives – Call Number _____ ?; not proofed)

JS0018            Bigamy according to Illinois Law, information sheet.

JS0019            Plural Marriage in Nauvoo: 1841-1844, Books and articles

JS0020            Bowes, John. Mormonism Exposed. London: R. Bulman, 1850, excerpts, photocopy.

JS0021            “Buckeye’s Lamentation for Want of More Wives,” transcript.

JS0022            Possible Children born to Joseph Smith, by H. Michael Marquardt, report.

JS0023            Smith, David Hyrum Letter to Sherman Smith in Pontiac, Michigan, 27 July 1872,

JS0024            Brotherton, Edward, information.

JS0025            Partridge Lyman, Eliza Marie, 1820-1885, Autobiography (1820-1885) “Life and Journal of Eliza Marie Partridge (Smith) Lyman,” typescript, HBLL, typescript.

JS0026            Huntington, Dimick, recollections regarding sisters sealed to Joseph. Typescript.

JS0027            Partridge Young, Emily, 1824-1899 Autobiography, typescript, HBLL. REMINISCENCE, Salt Lake City, Utah; April 7, 1884. “What I remember. . .

JS0028            Smith, Emma, “MRS.  JOE  SMITH,” Wellsville  Daily  Reporter 4 (27 October 1884):[2], Wellsville, N.Y.,  “An Interview With the Widow of the Noted Mormon Leader.” (Lippincott’s Magazine.) Typescript.

JS0029            EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE. Evangelical Magazine and Gospel Advocate (1830-1848); Feb 5, 1831; 2, 6; pg. 46

JS0030            Lee, John D. Mormonism Unveiled, complete, typescript.

JS0031            Bennett, John C., History of the Saints, pp. 226-34 typescript.

JS0032            Haven family, Letters — 1839-48, Overland Monthly 1890-1891, Charlotte Haven (1843),  N. E. Quarterly Dec. 1936,  Martha & Jesse Haven (1843-48), Elizabeth Haven (1839), transcript.

JS0033            Anderson, Richard Lloyd , and Scott H. Faulring, “The Prophet Joseph Smith and His Plural Wives” review of In Sacred Loneliness: The Plural Wives of Joseph Smith by Todd M. Compton, Provo, Utah: Maxwell Institute, 1998. Pp. 67–104, transcript.

JS0034            Polyandry–early research information sheet.

JS0035            Perkins, Keith W., “A Study of the Contributions of Andrew Jenson to the Writing and Preservation of LDS Church History.” M.A. thesis, Brigham Young University, 1971.

JS0036            Hill, Marvin S. “Mormon Religion in Nauvoo: Some Reflections.” Utah Historical Quarterly 44 (Spring 1976): 170-80, trnascript.

JS0037            Hales-Bradley emails February, 2007.

JS0038            Polyandry quotes

JS0039            Polyandry chart

JS0040            In Sacred Loneliness, excerpts and analysis.

JS0041            Sessions, Sylvia, pregnancy chart

JS0042            “MORMON  BLASPHEMY,” The Witness, Vol. I.,  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  July, 1842.                         No. 2.

JS0043            The Wasp, Vol. I. – No. 6. Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Sat., May 21, 1842. Whole No. 6, transcript.

JS0044            Ford, Thomas. History of Illinois from Its Commencement as a State in 1818 to 1847. 1854. chapter XI. Transcript.

JS0045            Rigdon, Sidney, Messenger and Advocate, 1844 articles from internet, transcript.

JS0046            Wyl, W[ilhem]. [pseud. for Wilhelm Ritter von Wymetal]. Mormon Portraits, or the Truth about Mormon Leaders from 1830 to 1886, Joseph Smith the Prophet, His Family and His Friends: A Study Based on Fact and Documents. Salt Lake City: Tribune Printing and Publishing Co., 1886. Mormon Portraits was proposed as a series, with Joseph Smith the Prophet, His Family and His Friends, A Study Based on Fact and Documents the first volume. No other volumes were published. Typescript.

JS0047            McLellin, William E. 1875 Interview, “Jackson Country,” The Daily Tribune, October 6, 1875, transcript.

JS0048            Law, William, Three Letters The Daily Tribune: SALT LAKE CITY, TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1887. Transcript.

JS0049            Law, William, interview, The Daily Tribune: SALT LAKE CITY, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1887. Transcript.

JS0050            “Remembering the Wives of Joseph Smith” online resource.

JS0051            Bean LL; Mineau , “The polygyny-fertility hypothesis: a re-evaluation,” Population Studies. 1986 Mar; 40(1):67-81.

JS0052            Partridge Young, Emily D., P51 Temple Lot Case, Box 2, Respondents Testimony, LDS Archives, Independence, Missouri. Transcript by Michael Marquardt.

JS0053            Price, Richard and Pamela, Joseph Smith Fought Polygamy, vol. 1, plus online VISION 32-57, transcripts.

JS0054            Daynes, Kathryn, “Polygamy” essay.

JS0055            Ware, Richard A., “THE PRACTICE OF PLURAL MARRIAGE AMONG THE LATTER-DAY SAINTS,” 1979

JS0056            Gardiner, William M., Excerpt from “Shadow Influences of Plural Marriage on Sexuality Within The Contemporary Mormon Experience.”

JS0057            Wyatt , Allen L. “Zina and Her Men: An Examination of the Changing Marital State of Zina Diantha Huntington Jacobs Smith Young”

JS0058            Brotherton, Elizabeth, “Letter by the sister of Martha Brotherton,” Nauvoo, April 20th, 1842.

JS0059            George A to Joseph Smith III and dated October 9, 1869. The original is in the RLDS Church Archives, P 15, fd5, April 12, 1869 – August 16, 1870.

JS0060            Section 132, transcription of Kingsbury manuscript in LDS archives

JS0061            Comparison of printed D&C 132 to transcript of Kingsbury manuscript.

JS0062            Smith, Joseph to Newel K. Whitney, revelation, July 27, 1842.

JS0063            Plural Marriage at Nauvoo During the Lifetime of Joseph Smith

JS0064            Marquardt, Michael, Plural Marriage (Mormon Polygamy) Wives research notes.

JS0065            References to William Law, Jane Law, Joseph Smith, Emma Smith, and the 12 July 1843 revelation

JS0066            Proxy Marriages in Joseph Smith’s Lifetime, research notes.

JS0067            Outline on Nauvoo Polygamy (1841-1844)

JS0068            Noble, Joseph B., Statements, transcript.

JS0069            Nauvoo Neighbor 2 (19 June 1844), transcript.

JS0070            Smith, Joseph, Letter of to Miss Nancy Rigdon, circa 11 April 1842

JS0071            Page, John E., information sheet.

JS0072            Smith, Hyrum, and LDS D&C 132

JS0073            Joseph Smith-sealed to women in order to form a Gospel Family?

JS0074            Eternal Sealings, During the lifetime of Joseph Smith

JS0075            Dibble, Lydia, information sheet.

JS0076            Smith, Emma, 1847 recollections typescript.

JS0077            Quorum of the Twelve, Epistle was written [30-31] March 1842 and read at the third Relief Society meeting held in Nauvoo, Illinois. A Record of the Organization, and Proceedings of the Female Relief Society of Nauvoo, Illinois,” pages 86-88. Typescript.

JS0078            Smith, Joseph epistle to George W. Robinson, Nauvoo, Nov. 6, 1842, with response, from Sangamo Journal 10 [18 Nov. 1842]: [2].

JS0079            ROBINSON, George W., information regarding in Times and Seasons, Vol.3, p.878

JS0080            Kimball, Heber C., 1801-1868, Autobiographical Remarks and Letters From The Times and Seasons, Millennial Star, His Journal and Articles by His Daughter, Helen Mar Kimball Whitney in Woman’s Exponent.

JS0081            Plural wives in Holy Order in Nauvoo.

JS0082            Neyman, Jane info

JS0083            Jenson, Andrew, list of plural wives from Historical Record article, “Plural Marriage,” July 1886.

JS0084            Woodruff, Wilford, to Andrew Jenson, August 6th, 1887, regarding Historical Record article, typescript.

JS0085            Scherer, Mark, Statement on Joseph Smith and plural marriage with response from Community of Christ First Presidency.

JS0086            Bennett, John C., Articles from the Sangamo Journal published in Springfield, Illinois.

JS0087            Coolidge, Joseph, interview with Joseph F. Smith, Journal, entry for August 28, 1870, LDS archives, trypscript.

JS0088            Joseph Smith’s Red Brick Store1842-1844 workers and clerks.

JS0089            Levi Hancock, 1803-1882, Autobiography (1803-1836), Typescript, HBLL, THE LIFE OF LEVI HANCOCK, (Copied from his own journal by Clara E. H. Lloyd, great-grand daughter.) Typescript.

JS0090            Bullock, Thomas, List of Marriages in back of Joseph Smith’s Diary, transcript.

JS0091            Rollins, Mary Elizabeth, Autobiography of Mary E. Lightner (1818-1913), “Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner,” The Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine 17 (July 1926):193-205, 250-http://www.boap.org/LDS/Early-Saints/MLightner.html, typescript.

JS0092            Walker Kimball, Lucy, in Temple Lot Case, Tuesday March 22, 1892.

JS0093            Polyandrous wives-list of 11.

JS0094            Brotherton, Martha H. Affidavit, July 26, 1842. Pittsburgh Morning Chronicle

JS0095            McLellin, William E., Recollections of his Visit with Emma Smith in 1847.

JS0096            Thompson, Mercy R., June 19, 1869, Affidavit, Joseph F. Smith Collection, Affidavit Book 1:34, LDS archives; typed copy.

JS0097            Hancock, Mosiah Lyman 1834-1907, Autobiography (1834-1865), Source: Autobiography of Mosiah Hancock, typescript, BYU-S. Compiled by Amy E. Baird, Victoria H. Jackson, and Laura L. Wassell (daughters of Mosiah Hancock).

JS0098            Smith, Joseph, to Nancy Rigdon on “Happiness,” typescript and brief discussion.

JS0099            Plural Marriages in Lifetime of Joseph Smith

JS0100            Eternal Sealings to Joseph Smith in Nauvoo Temple, 12 January – 8 February 1846

JS0101            Olney, Olver, H., to the Sangamo Journal 11 (7 October 1842), “A  COMMUNICATION  FROM  ANOTHER  SECEDING MORMON, KNOX COUNTY,” Sept. 18, 1842. Typescript.

JS0102            Robinson, George W., and Sidney Rigdon, affidavits regarding Stephen Markham, typescript.

JS0103            Nauvoo city ordinance on marriage passed Feb. 17, 1842.

JS0104            Pendleton Morgan Harris, Lucinda, information sheet.

JS0105            Polygamy affidavits, Joseph F. Smith Collection, Affidavit Books, typescripts.

JS0106            Robinson, Ebenezer and Angeline E.  affidavit, istory and affidavits, letters, typescripts.

JS0107            Ordinance of rebaptism in Nauvoo

JS0108            Smith, Joseph to Nancy Rigdon, transcript from The New York Herald 8 (31 August 1842), New York City, New York

JS0109            Coolbrith, Agnes  to Joseph F. Smith, May 30, 1864, transcript, excerpt.

JS0110            Tripp, Enoch Bartlett, Notes on Journal of Enoch Bartlett Tripp, 16 May 1996, Special Collections, Brigham Young University, Volume 1 to Dec. 31, 1855, typed copy.

JS0111            Rollins Lightner, Mary E. to Emmeline Wells, Summer 1905.

JS0112            Broadhurst, Dale, on Udney Hay Jacob.

JS0113            Argus [Charles Wandell], “History of Mormonism: The Revelation of Polygamy Invented by Joseph Smith as a Cover for Incest . . . Open Letter to Brigham Young,” Daily Corrine Reporter, 2 August 1871, 2/2-3, transcript, excerpt.

JS0114            Blair, William W. diary entry of 17 June 1874

JS0115            Snow, Eliza R., to President John Taylor, 12 December 1886, LDS archives, typed copy.

JS0116            Woodruff, Wilford to Brigham Young, from Boston, Oct. 9, 1844. Typescript.

JS0117            Daynes, Kathryn, “Mormon Polygamy: Belief and Practice in Nauvoo.” In Roger D. Launius and John E. Hallwas, eds., Kingdom on the Mississippi Revisited. Urbana: University of Illinois, 1996, 130-46.

JS0118            Rollins Lightner, Mary Elizabeth, “Remarks at Brigham Young University, April 14, 1905.” Signed typescript copy of original. Perry Special Collections, Vault, MSS 363, fd. 6.

JS0119            Rollins Lightner, Mary Elizabeth, Letter to A. M. Chase, April 20, 1904. Quoted in J. D. Stead. Doctrines and Dogmas of Brighamism Exposed., [Lamoni, Iowa]: RLDS Church, 1911, 217-19.

JS0120            Rollins Lightner, Mary Elizabeth in Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine, 17 (1926), p.193-205, 250-260, transcript.

JS0121            Van Wagoner, Richard, on Oliver Cowdery as a polygamist.

JS0122            Young, Emily P. to Mary Elizabeth Lightner, Salt Lake City, Aprl 28, 1886

JS0123            Rollins Lightner, Mary Elizabeth, Affidavit, March 23, 1877, in Scott G. Kenney Collection, MS 587, Box 11, Folder 14; Marriott Library (photocopy of manuscript)

JS0124            Rollins Lightner, Mary Elizabeth, “Autobiography.” n.d. Holograph. MSS B95, Box 14, unnumbered folder supplementing fd. 3, Utah State Historical Society.

JS0125            Rollins, Mary Elizabeth, LDS Church Archives, MS 748—Record Book of Mary R. L. Rollins, including Feb 21st 1905 (Affidavit), transcript.

JS0126            Newell, Linda King and Valene Avery, Mormon Enigma, preface and footnote regarding Mrs. Warner Alexander.

JS0127            Rollins Lightner., Mary Elizabeth, “Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner,” Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine 17 (July 1926): 193-205. Continued in 17 (October 1926): 250-60.

JS0128            Rollins Lightner., Mary Elizabeth, bibliography.

JS0129            Rollins Lightner, Mary Elizabeth, Speech July 24, 1889Mary Rollins Lightner Rollins Record Book, (This was the daughter of MERL),  MS 748, LDS Archives, pp. 28-29

JS0130            Rollins Lightner, Mary Elizabeth, Statement 1884 Apr 18, LDS Church Archives, MS 4638, transcript. Excerpt.

JS0131            Rollins Lightner, Mary Elizabeth, statements–sealed for eternity and time and eternity.

JS0132            Rollins Lightner, Mary Elizabeth, Collection; MS 752, Folder 4; LDS CHD, transcript, excerpt.

JS0133            Rollins Lightner, Mary Elizabeth to Emmeline B. Wells, summer 1905, MS 282, CA; copy of holograph in Linda King Newell Collection Ms 447, bx 9, fd 2, transcript, excerpt.

JS0134            Rollins Lightner, Mary Elizabeth, to John Henry Smith, January 25, 1892, in George A. Smith Family Papers, MS 36, Box 7, Folder 12 (John Henry Smith, incoming correspondence); Marriott Library, transcript, excerpt.

JS0135            Rollins Lightner, Mary Elizabeth, photo from In Sacred Loneliness.

JS0136            Huntington, Zina to Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner, June 22, 1887,  Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner Collection, MSS 363, BYU HBLL Special Collections

JS0137            Horne, Mary Isabella Hales, “Testimony of Mary Isabella Horne,” photocopy of transcript.

JS0138            Fielding, Joseph, “They Might Have Known That He Was Not a Fallen Prophet”—The Nauvoo Journal of Joseph Fielding,” Transcribed by Andrew Ehat.

JS0139            Ashurst-McGee, Mark, The Josiah Stowell Jr.–John S. Fullmer Correspondence,” BYU Studies

JS0140            Ward, Maurine Carr, “A Partial List of Church Members Living in Nauvoo, article.

JS0141            Bennett, John C., letters to the Sangamo Journal, chart of dates and contents.

JS0142            Huntington, William, Journal of William Huntington (1784-1846), Typescript, HBLL. A brief sketch of the life of William Huntington, Sr.

JS0143            Committee on Celestial Demographics. “‘In the Heavens, Are Parents Single?’: Report No. 11. DIALOGUE: A JOURNAL OF MORMON THOUGHT 17 (Spring 1984): 84–87.

JS0144            Launius, Roger D. Joseph Smith III Pragmatic Prophet, excerpt p.233

JS0145            Smith, Joseph, III, The Memoirs of President Joseph Smith (1832-1914), T H E S A I N T S ‘ H E R A L D, November 6, 1934, Edited by his daughter, Mary Audentia Smith Anderson

JS0146            Kirtland Elders’ Quorum Record 1836-1841, Edited by Lyndon W. Cook and Milton V. Backman, Jr. Provo, Utah: Grandin Book Co., 1985, Source: Kirtland Elders’ Quorum Record, RLDS Archives

JS0147            Bachman, Danel, to Brian Hales, undated typescript.

JS0148            Hancock, Levi, 1803-1882, Autobiography (1803-1836), Typescript, HBLL, “THE LIFE OF LEVI HANCOCK,” (Copied from his own journal by Clara E. H. Lloyd, great-grand daughter.)

JS0149            Jackman, Levi, 1797-1876, “Autobiography (1797-1833), A Short Sketch of the Life of Levi Jackman, by Levi Jackman,” typescript, BYU-S

JS0150            McBride Knight, Martha, “LIFE STORY OF MARTHA McBRIDE KNIGHT SMITH KIMBALL”

JS0151            Spencer, Orson. Patriarchal Order or Plurality of Wives! Liverpool: R. James, 1853. Rpt. in Spencer”s Letters Exhibiting the Most Prominent Doctrines of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter‑day Saints . . . Salt Lake City: Deseret News Co., 1889.

JS0152            Pack, John, vision of “adoption” ordinance work In Ward E Pack Papers, 1847-1935, MSS 449, Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.

JS0153            “A Veteran Gone.” [John Snider obituary.] Deseret News, December 22, 1875, 9.

JS0154            McBride Knight, Martha, obituary, “Death of a Pioneer Woman,” undated.

JS0155            Webster’s 1830 dictionary definition of the word “translate” (JST).

JS0156            Haven, Charlotte. “A Girl’s Letters from Nauvoo.” Overland Monthly 16, no. 96 (December 1890): 616-38.

JS0157            Brotherton, Martha, affidavit, July 1842, typescript.

JS0158            Was Jesus a polygamist? Brief.

JS0159            Laub, George, “George Laub’s Nauvoo Journal,” Edited by Eugene England BYU Studies, Vol. 18, No. 2, GEORGE LAUB JOURNAL

JS0160            Ostler, Jacob, to Brian Hales regarding evidences of sexuality in Joseph Smith’s marriages

JS0161            Jenson, Andrew, Malissa Lott section from Historical Record article, “Plural Marriage,” July 1886.

JS0162            Hanson, Doris, “Is Polygamy Biblical?” essay.

JS0163            Bruno, Cheryl, “Keeping a Secret, Freemasony, Polygamy, and the Nauvoo Relief Society, 1842-44,” Journal of Mormon History, 39 (2013)4: 144-157.

JS0164            Thompson, John E., “The Mormon Baptism of William Morgan The Philalethes,” February 1985, essay.

JS0165            Carrigan, J., “Did Jesus Christ Marry and Father Children?: A Survey of Mormon Teachings on the Marital and Parental Status of the Son of God,” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Ministries to New Religions, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary ~ January 30, 2004.

JS0166            Smith, Lucy Messerve, quoting George A. Smith, May 18, 1892 (Geo. A. Smith papers,Special Collections, University of Utah S.L. City) and  second undated reference (Wilford Wood Collection of Church Historical Materials Microfilm at LDS Church Archives, MS 8617, Reel 8 Internal reference within collection—4-N-b-2)

JS0167            Smith, Lucy Messerve, quoting George A. Smith, May 18, 1892 (Geo. A. Smith papers,Special Collections, University of Utah S.L. City).

JS0168            Heron, Mary and John Snider misc papers.

JS0169            Snider, John (Snyder), 1850 Census

JS0170            Bergera, Gary James. “Buckeye’s Laments: Two Early Insider Exposés of Mormon polygamy and Their authorship.” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 96, no. 4 (Winter 2003): 350-90. Digitized version, http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa3945/is_200301/ai_n9170043/pg_1 (accessed January 22, 2008).

JS0171            Gully, Jane Jones Frylick, information.

JS0172            Heron, Mary and John Snider, Todd Compton information sheet.

JS0173            Hardy, John, HISTORY OF THE TRIALS OF ELDER JOHN HARDY, BEFORE THE CHURCH OF LATTER DAY SAINTS IN BOSTON, FOR SLANDER, IN SAYING THAT G. J. ADAMS, S. BRANNAN, AND WM. SMITH WERE LICENTIOUS CHARACTERS. [Boston: Conway & Company, 1844]

JS0174            Foote, Warren, “AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF WARREN FOOTE,” VOL. 3, JAN. 1, 1894, TO DEC. 31, 1901 typescript.

JS0175            Smith, Merina, “The New and Everlasting Order of Marriage: The Introduction and Implementation of Mormon Polygamy: 1830-1856,” dissertation.

JS0176            Huntington, Presendia, “A Venerable Woman,” articles from the Women’s Exponent, photocopies.

JS0177            Pratt, Parley P. An Appeal to the Inhabitants of the State of New York, Letter to Queen Victoria, the Fountain of Knowledge; Immortality of the Body, and Intelligence and Affection. Nauvoo, Illinois: John Taylor, 1844.

JS0178            Sex Ratio Book Excerpts

JS0179            Swedenborg, Emanuel,  (1688-1772) Heaven and Hell, New York: Swedenborg Foundation, 1946, 382-83. First edition in Latin, 1758. See also The Delights of Wisdom Pertaining to Marriage Love, Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, n.d., 27-56. First Latin edition 1768.

JS0180            Howe, Eber D. Mormonism Unvailed. Painesville, Ohio: Author, 1834.

JS0181            Jacob, Udney Hay,  An Extract, from a Manuscript Entitled The Peace Maker, or the Doctrines of the Millennium: Being a Treatise on Religion and Jurisprudence. Or a New System of Religion and Politicks. Nauvoo, Ill.: J. Smith, 1842. Typed transcript available at http://olivercowdery.com/smithhome/1840s/1842Udny.htm (accessed August 22, 2008).

JS0182            Richards, Franklin D.,  A Compendium of the Faith and Doctrines of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Liverpool: Orson Pratt, 1857.

JS0183            Wyl, W[ilhem]. [pseud. for Wilhelm Ritter von Wymetal]. Mormon Portraits, or the Truth about Mormon Leaders from 1830 to 1886, Joseph Smith the Prophet, His Family and His Friends: A Study Based on Fact and Documents. Salt Lake City: Tribune Printing and Publishing Co., 1886. Mormon Portraits was proposed as a series, with Joseph Smith the Prophet, His Family and His Friends, A Study Based on Fact and Documents the first volume. No other volumes were published.

JS0184            Upton, Harriet Taylor. History of the Western Reserve. Chicago: Lewis Publishing, 1910.

JS0185            Linn, William Alexander. The Story of the Mormons from the Date of Their Origin to the Year 1901. New York: Macmillan Co., 1902; rpt. Whitefish, Mont.: Kessinger Publishing, 2007.

JS0186            Pancoast, Charles Edward. A Quaker Forty-Niner: The Adventures of Charles Edward Pancoast on the American Frontier. Edited by Anna Paschall Hannum. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1930, excerpts.

JS0187            Bennett, John C. The History of the Saints: Or an Exposé of Joe Smith and Mormonism. Boston: Leland & Whiting, 1842.

JS0188            Tinney, Thomas Milton. The Royal Family of the Prophet Joseph Smith, Jr. Salt Lake City: Tinney-Greene Family Organization, 1973.

JS0189            Smith, Lucy Mack. Biographical Sketches of Joseph Smith the Prophet and His Progenitors for Many Generations. Liverpool: S. W. Richards, 1853. Rpt.: Independence: Price Publishing, 1998.

JS0190            Grandstaff, Mark R. “The Impact of the Mormon Migration on the Community of Kirtland, Ohio, 1830-1839.” M.A. thesis, Brigham Young University, 1984.

JS0191            Hayden, Amos Sutton. Early History of the Disciples in the Western Reserve. Cincinnati, Ohio: Chase and Hall, 1875.

JS0192            Anderson, Nephi,  Added Upon.  A Story. Salt Lake City: Deseret News Publishing Company, 1898.

JS0193            Pratt, Parley Parker, Jr., ed. Autobiography of Parley Parker Pratt, One of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 1874; Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, typescript.

JS0194            Snow Smith Young, Eliza Roxcy,  Biography and Family Record of Lorenzo Snow. Salt Lake City: Deseret News Press, 1884.

JS0195            Shook, Charles A. The True Origin of Mormon Polygamy. Cincinnati, Ohio: Standard Publishing, 1914, excerpts, transcript.

JS0196            Anon. History of the Mormons, or Latter-day Saints, with an Account of their Persecutions in Missouri and Illinois. From an Authentic Source,  Whitehaven, [England]: William Wilson, 1844. Rpt. under the same title London: William and Robert Chambers, 1853.

JS0197            Cooper, Rex E. “The Promises Made to the Fathers: A Diachronic Analysis of Mormon Covenant Organization with Reference to Puritan Federal Theology.” Ph.D. diss., University of Chicago, June 1985.

JS0198            Smith, Daymon Mickel, “THE LAST SHALL BE FIRST AND THE FIRST SHALL BE LAST: DISCOURSE AND MORMON HISTORY,” Dissertation, 2007.

JS0199            Whitney, Samuel F. “Statement on Mormonism.” In Arthur B. Deming. Naked Truths about Mormonism. 1, no. 4 (January 1888): 4/col. 1. Two numbers, both published in Oakland, California by Deming and Co.

JS0200            Green, Nelson Winch, ed. Fifteen Years among the Mormons: Being the Narrative of Mrs. Mary Ettie V. Smith, Late of Great Salt Lake City; A Sister of One of the Mormon High Priests, She Having Been Personally Acquainted with Most of the Mormon Leaders, and Long in the Confidence of the “Prophet” Brigham Young. New York: D. W. Evans, 1860.

JS0201            Firmage, Edwin B., and Richard Collin Mangrum. Zion in the Courts: A Legal History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1830-1900. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1988, excerpt, transcript.

JS0202            Riley, Isaac Woodbridge. The Founder of Mormonism: A Psychological Study of Joseph Smith, Jr. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1902.

JS0203            Bancroft, Hubert Howe. History of Utah, 1450-1887. San Francisco: History Company, 1889.

JS0204            Beadle, John Hanson. Life in Utah: Or, the Mysteries and Crimes of Mormonism. Philadelphia: National Publishing, 1870, photocopy.

JS0205            Beadle, John Hanson. Life in Utah: Or, the Mysteries and Crimes of Mormonism. Philadelphia: National Publishing, 1870, typescript.

JS0206            Bennett, John C. The History of the Saints: Or an Exposé of Joe Smith and Mormonism. Boston: Leland & Whiting, 1842, typescript.

JS0207            Jackson, Joseph H.,  A Narrative of the Adventures and Experiences of Joseph H. Jackson in Nauvoo, Exposing the Depths of Mormon Villainy. Warsaw, Illinois, August 1844. Reprinted for Karl Yost, Morrison, Illinois, 1960. http://www.archive.org/stream/adventuresexperi00jack#page/4/mode/2up (accessed December 5, 2009).

JS0208            Gunnison, John W. The Mormons, or Latter‑Day Saints, in the Valley of the Great Salt Lake: A History of their Rise and Progress, Peculiar Doctrines, Present Condition, and Prospects, Derived from Personal Observation during a Residence among Them. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo, 1852.

JS0209            Gunnison, John W. The Mormons, or Latter‑Day Saints, in the Valley of the Great Salt Lake: A History of their Rise and Progress, Peculiar Doctrines, Present Condition, and Prospects, Derived from Personal Observation during a Residence among Them. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo, 1852, transcript.

JS0210            Richards, Robert. The Californian Crusoe or The Lost Treasure Found, a Tale of Mormonism. New York: Stanford and Swords, 1854.

JS0211            Nauvoo High Council transcript of testimony from May 21-28, 1842 from Sarah Miller, Maria Champlin, Melinda Lewis, Caroline Butler, Ellen Edwards, Catherine Fuller Warren, Matilda Nyman and Margret Nyman, testified incriminating Chauncey Higby, Darwin Chase, Joel S. Miles, Mrs Barriss John C. Bennett Mrs Shindle George W. Thatcher, J. B. Backenstos, and Lyman O. Littlefield.

JS0212            Hyde, Orson, “Diagram of the Kingdom of God,” photocopy from Millennial Star.

JS0213            Johnson, Rufus David, J.E.J Trail to Sundon:Cassadaga to Casa Grande 1817-1882, Salt Lake City: Deseret News Press, 1961, PART 1

JS0214            Johnson, Rufus David, J.E.J Trail to Sundon:Cassadaga to Casa Grande 1817-1882, Salt Lake City: Deseret News Press, 1961, PART 2

JS0215            Snow, Erastus, “Discourse by Apostle Erastus Snow,”photocopy, 1883.

JS0216            Cummings, Horace, “Conspiracy of Nauvoo,” from The Contributor, volume 5, pages 251-60, Salt Lake City: Magazine Printing, April, 1884, typescript.

JS0217            Deming, Arthur B., Naked Truths About Mormonism, Oakland, California: Deming & Co., 1888, Part I of II, typescript.

JS0218            Smith, Joseph F. to Emeline Wells, January 20, 1906, regarding Mary Elizabeth Rollins, typescript.

JS0219            Smith, Joseph F. to Emeline Wells, January 20, 1906, regarding Mary Elizabeth Rollins, photocopy of letter.

JS0220            Underwood, Grant, “Early Mormon Millennialism: Another Look,” masters thesis, 1981.

JS0221            Deming, Arthur B., Naked Truths About Mormonism, Oakland, California: Deming & Co., 1888, Part II of II, typescript.

JS0222            “Fanny Alger Sources,” research papers.

JS0223            Allred, Alma G.,  “The Story of Mormon Polygamy,” essay.

JS0224            Compton, Todd, “Truth, Honesty and Moderation in Mormon History: A Response to Anderson, Faulring and Bachman’s Reviews of In Sacred Loneliness,” http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Oracle/7207/rev.html, first published in pamphlet form and on the internet, July 2001

JS0225            “Angels” search document.

JS0226            1835 Section CI, “Article on Marriage,” transcript.

JS0227            Coray, Howard, 1817-1900, Autobiography (1817-1888), Typescript, HBLL and Autobiography (1817-c.1840) Copy of holograph, LDS Church Archives.

JS0228           Winchester, Benjamin, “Primitive Mormonism–Personal Narrative of It.” Salt Lake Daily Tribune, September 22, 1889, 2, typescript.

JS0229            Smith, Bathsheba Wilson Bigler, 1822-1910, Autobiography (1822-c. 1906), typescript, HBLL, AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF BATHSHEBA W. SMITH

JS0230          Johnson, Benjamin F. (1818-1905), Letter to George S. Gibbs, 1903, Church Archives, typescript.

JS0231            Winchester, Benjamin, (1817-1901), “Winchester’s Last Testimony.” Text from Wayne Cowdrey, et al., The Spalding Enigma… (Manhatten Beach, CA: The Digital Voice, 2000, pp. 835-836).

JS0232            Winchester, Benjamin, “PRIMITIVE  MORMONISM.” Personal Narrative of It by Mr. Benjamin Winchester, Vol. XXXVII. Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City, Utah, Sunday, September 22, 1889.No. 135. Typescript.

JS0233            Bergera, Gary James, “Buckeye’s Laments: Two early insider exposes of Mormon polygamy and their authorship,” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society,  Winter 2003  by http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa3945/is_200301/ai_n9170043/pg_1 (accessed May 6, 2007)

JS0234            Bushman, Richard, Mormonism and Democratic Politics: Are They Compatible? Monday, May 14, 2007, Key West, Floridahttp://pewforum.org/events/?EventID=148  (accessed July 4, 2007.)

JS0235            Young, Brigham, discourse, 8 October 1866     SLC Bowery HDC, Ms d 1234, Box 49 fd 13, typescript.

JS0236            Young, Brigham, discourse, 24 January 1869     SLC 13th Ward,  DNW 17:412; MS 31:187,190

JS0237            Carruth, LaJean Purcell, transcriber. “John Taylor’s June 27, 1844 Account of the Martyrdom.” BYU Studies 50, no. 3 (2011): 39 58.

JS0238            Hardy, B. Carmon, “Lying for the Lord: An Essay,” Solemn Covenant, p. 363

JS0239            Haynes, Nathaniel S. History of the Disciples of Christ in Illinois 1819-1914, “Biography of Clark Braden,” Cincinnati: Standard Publishing Company, 1915. Pages 481-482. This online edition © 1996, James L. McMillan http://www.mun.ca/rels/restmov/texts/nhaynes/hdcib/BRADEN01.HTM February 13, 2008

JS0240            “Spiritual wifery” quotations,

JS0241            Cook, Lyndon W. “’Brother Joseph Is Truly a Wonderful Man, He Is All We Could Wish a Prophet to Be’: Pre-1844 Letters of William Law.” BYU Studies 20 (Winter 1980): 207-18, typescript.

JS0242            Cox, Cordelia, Autobiography, BYU Archives and Manuscripts, Cordelia Morley Cox, 1823- Autobiography (1823-1865), Holograph, BYU, typescript.

JS0243            Cox, Cordelia Calista Morley, 1823-1915, Autobiography (1823-1909), Holograph, HBLL, AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF CORDELIA MORLEY COX

JS0244            Smith, Daymon, “The Church Correlation Department: An Uncorrelated History Discussion,” essay.

JS0245            Stout, Hosea Diary (1810-1889), Vol. 1, Typescript, HBLL, Diary (1844-1846) of Hosea Stout, vols. 1 and 2, typescript, HBLL.

JS0246            Smith, Don Alonzo, “Who’s child?” Research and analysis.

JS0247a            Smith, Don Carlos to Agnes Smith, from Lucy’s Book.

JS0248            Robinson, Ebenezer (1816-1891), THE  RETURN, Davis City, Iowa,  1889-1891, typescript.

JS0249            Partridge Smith Lyman, Eliza Marie, 1820-1885, Autobiography (1820-1885), Eliza Marie Partridge Smith Lyman, “Life and Journal of Eliza Marie Partridge (Smith) Lyman,” typescript, HBLL.

JS0250            Partridge, Eliza, bibliography.

JS0251            Beecher, Maureen Ursenbach, ed. “Eliza R. Snow’s Nauvoo Journal.” BYU Studies 15, no. 4 (Summer 1975): 391-416.

JS0252            Whitney, Elizabeth, Obituaries, February 17-18, 1882.

JS0253            Partridge, Emily Dow, bibliographical information.

JS0254            Partridge, Emily, Letter to W. Collins, January 27, 1899. MS 2845. LDS Church History Library. Photo of holograph available at http://partridge.parkinsonfamily.org/histories/emily-collins.pdf (accessed January 23, 2011).

JS0255            Smith, Emma, “Last Testimony of Sister Emma.” Saints Herald, October 1, 1879, 289-90. Also in Saints’ Advocate 2 (October 1879): 49-52, typescript.

JS0256            J.M.H. “Editorial Correspondence.” Evangelical Magazine and Gospel Advocate (Utica, N.Y.), 2, no. 6 (February 5, 1831): 1, typescript.

JS0257            Cannon II, Kenneth L,. “‘Mountain Common Law’: The Extralegal Punishment of Seducers in Early Utah,” pp. 308-327, excerpts.

JS0258            Excerpts from Fawn Brodie’s, No Man Knows My History: The Life of Joseph Smith, the Mormon Prophet. 2d ed. rev. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1971.

JS0259            Smith, Joseph, Red Brick Store Day Book, entry for December 8, 1843, signed by John C. Bennett, transcript.

JS0260            Thompson, Mercy R.,  “Recollections of the Prophet Joseph Smith,” The Juvenile Instructor 27 (1892).

JS0261            Robinson Joseph Lee Journal, Mormon Pioneer. Captured by Dr. Oliver Preston Robinson and Mary Robinson Egan, Published journal scanned by David and Joni Nielsen.

JS0262            Peregor, Ugo, quoted in “DNA solves Joseph Smith Mystery,” Deseret News, July 10, 2011 B1.

JS0263            Ward, Maurine Carr,  “‘This Institution Is a Good One”: The Female Relief Society of Nauvoo, 17 March 1842 to 16 March 1844.” Mormon Historical Studies 3, no. 2 (Fall 2002): 87-203.

JS0264            Bloom, Harold quoted in “Scholar employs hatchet opportunism in Mormon Critique,” Deseret News, November 27, 2011. Bloom calls Joseph Smith a “superb trickster. . .”

JS0265            Poulterer, Sarah Rapson, “A ‘financee’ of Joseph Smith?” from Connell O. Donovan–information sheet.

JS0266            Dehlin, John, “New Survey Highlights Causes, Costs of Mormon Faith Crises”

JS0267            Nibley, Hugh W., No, Ma’am, That’s Not History, A Brief Review of Mrs. Brodie’s Reluctant Vindication of a Prophet She Seeks to Expose, Reprinted by permission from Tinkling Cymbals and Sounding Brass, volume 11 in The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley (Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1991), 3—52.

JS0268            Tracy, Helon H., quoted in Larson, Stan, ed.  Prisoner for Polygamy: The Memoirs and Letters of Rudger Clawson at the Utah Territorial Penitentiary, 1884 87. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1993.

JS0269            Alger, Sam, obituary, “Died,” undated.

JS0270            Thompson, John E., “The Mormon Baptism of William Morgan-The Philalethes,” February 1985

JS0271            Pratt, Orson, signed suicide note, July 14, 1842, transcription from original MS 16976, CHL, by Brian Hales.

JS0272            Bennett, John C. History of the Saints, Table of Contents of polygamy related claims.

JS0273            Bennett, John C., letters to the Sangamo Journal, chart of dates and contents, with transcripts.

JS0274            Bennett, John C., letter to The Morning Chronicle, Pittsburgh, July 29, 1842, transcript.

JS0275            Taylor, John,  “The Origin and Destiny of Women,” in The Mormon (Aug. 29, 1857), transcript.

JS0276            Lyman, Albert R., “Amasa Mason Lyman: Trailblazer and Pioneer from the Atlantic to the Pacific” 1957.

JS0277            Mackay, Charles. The Mormons, or Latter‑day Saints: With Memoirs of the Life and Death of Joseph Smith, the American Mahomet. 4th ed. London: Office of the National Illustrated Library, 1851, transcript.

JS0278            Austin, Emily M., Mormonism or Life Among the Mormons, Madison, WIS.: M. J. Cantwell, 1882.

JS0279            Pratt, Orson, A Series of Pamphlets on the Doctrines of the Gospel, Chattanooga, Tenn: The Southern States Mission, 1899.

JS0280            Pratt, Parley P. A Voice of Warning, SLC: George Q. Cannon, 1891 edition.

JS0281            Pratt, Parley P., Life and Travels of Parley P. Pratt, New York: Russell Brothers, 1874

JS0282            Pratt, Parley P., Key to the Science of Theology, Liverppol: F. D. Richards, 1855.

JS0283            Pratt, Parley P., Key to the Science of Theology, SLC: George Q. Cannon, 1891, 5th edition.

JS0284            Laub, George Nauvoo Journal, Edited by Eugene England, BYU Studies, Vol. 18, No. 2

JS0285            Gregg Thomas, (1808-1892), The Prophet of Palmyra, (NYC: J. B. Alden, 1890), excerpts, transcript.

JS0286            Groat, Joel B., Review of Todd Compton, In Sacred Loneliness: The Plural Wives of Joseph Smith, (Signature Books, 1997) 788 pages, cloth, ISBN 1-56085-085-X http://www.irr.org/mit/sacredlon.html, (March 25, 2007)

JS0287            Dubois, Hannah and Don Alonzo Smith chronology and research.

JS0288            Harris, Dennison Lot, “Remembering Joseph,” (January 17, 1825‑June 6, 1885)

JS0289            Kimball, Heber C., 1801-1868, Autobiographical Remarks and Letters From The Times and Seasons, Millennial Star, His Journal and Articles by His Daughter, Helen Mar Kimball Whitney in Woman’s Exponent

JS0290            Kimball, Helen Mar, excerpt from Plural Marriage discussing plural marriages.

JS0291            Kimball Whitney, Helen Mar 1828-1896, Autobiography (c. 1839-1846) “Life Incidents,” Woman’s Exponent 9-10 (1880-1882) and “Scenes and Incidents in Nauvoo,” Woman’s Exponent 11 (1882-83)

JS0292            Andres, Hyrum L., Doctrines of the Kingdom, p.448, excerpts.

JS0293            Kimball Whitney, Helen Mar, WHY WE PRACTICE PLURAL MARRIAGE: By a “Mormon” Wife and Mother, Salt Lake City, Utah, Published at the Juvenile Instructor Office 1884, typescript.

JS0294            Email discussing Joseph’s sealing to Helen Mar Kimball who was 14 years old.

JS0295            Morley, Isaac, 1786-1865, Cordelia Morley Cox, Biography of Isaac Morley, Holograph, HBLL, A SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF MY FATHER ISAAC MORLEY, ONE OF THE PIONEERS TO SALT LAKE VALLEY IN 1848

JS0296            Commentary and translations of Isaiah 4:1

JS0297           Jacob, Udney Hay,  An Extract, from a Manuscript Entitled The Peace Maker, or the Doctrines of the Millennium: Being a Treatise on Religion and Jurisprudence. Or a New System of Religion and Politicks. Nauvoo, Ill.: J. Smith, 1842. Photocopy

JS0298            Smith, Joseph F., Collected Discourses Vol. 4, p.229, regarding Eliza R. Snow as a prophetess

JS0299            Johnson, Joel Hills – Journal, (Covering his life up to 21 Dec 1858), “A JOURNAL OR SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF JOEL HILLS JOHNSON.”

JS0300            Fielding, Joseph, 1797-1863, Diary (1843-1846), Source: Joseph Fielding, Diary (1843-1846), Church Archives in “They Might Have Known That He Was Not a Fallen Prophet”–The Nauvoo Journal of Joseph Fielding,” transcribed and edited by Andrew F. Ehat, BYU Studies 19 (Winter 1979). Selected footnote references or summaries of some footnotes have been inserted in the text in brackets.

JS0301            Review of polyandrous husbands.

JS0302            Walker Kimball, Lucy, in Lyman Littlefield Reminiscences (1888), p.37 – p.38, transcript.

JS0303            Johnson, Luke,  Autobiography (1807-1838), “History of Luke Johnson [by himself],” The Latter-day Saints’ Millennial Star 26 (1864):834-36; 27 (1865):5-7.

JS0304            Hales, Brian, “Lying for the Lord,” unfinished essay.

JS0305            Littlefield, Lyman O., Reminiscences of Latter-day Saints, (Logan, Utah: The Utah Journal Co., 1888), excerpts, typescript.

JS0306            Smith, Joseph III, interview with Malissa Lott, from Saints Herald.

JS0307            Young, Brigham, Manuscript History of Brigham Young from 1801 to 1844

JS0308            Hyde, Marinda M.[N], 1815-1886, Autobiography (1818-1868), Cited in Edward W. Tullidge, The Women of Mormondom, New York, 1877

JS0309            Rollins Lightner, Mary Elizabeth, Address at Brigham Young University, 14 April 1905, “Testimony of Mary Elizabeth Lightner,” typescript.

JS0310            Lightner, Autobiography of Mary E., (1818-1913), “Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner,” The Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine 17 (July 1926):193-205, 250-

JS0311            Minutes of the High Council of the Church of Jesus Christ of Nauvoo, Illinois, 1840-45, typescript.

JS0312            Midgley Louis C. “The Brodie Connection: Thomas Jefferson and Joseph Smith,” BYU Studies: 20:1

JS0313            Hamilton Gardner, “The Nauvoo Legion, 1840-1845: A Unique Military Organization, Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society (1908-1984), Vol. 54, No. 2 (Summer, 1961), pp. 181-197, Published by: University of Illinois Press

JS0314            Diary of Neibaur, Alexander, diary, typescript, excerpts, from holograph, Church Archives. Grammar has been standardized.

JS0315            Huntington, Oliver B., 1823-1909, Autobiography (1823-1839), Typescript, HBLL, HISTORY OF THE LIFE OF OLIVER B. HUNTINGTON, ALSO HIS TRAVELS AND TROUBLES, WRITTEN BY HIMSELF

JS0316            Olney, Oliver H., Papers of Madeline R. McQuown, Manuscripts Division, Marriott Library, University of Utah, Extracts by Dale L. Morgan from the Olney Papers [Yale University], MS 143, Bx 25, fd 27

JS0317            Wight, Orange L., 1823-1907, Autobiography (1823-1903), Typescript, BYU. RECOLLECTIONS OF ORANGE L. WIGHT, SON OF LYMAN WIGHT

JS0318            Pratt, Orson, “CELESTIAL MARRIAGE: A discourse delivered in the Tabernacle, Great Salt Lake City, August 29, 1852. Journal of Discourses, Vol.1, p.53

JS0319            Pratt, Orson, Nauvoo property record

JS0320            Pratt, Orson, signed suicide note, July 14, 1842, photocopy, MS 16976, CHL.

JS0321            Terry. Thomas Sirls, history, transcription.

JS0322            Crawford, Vesta, lists of Joseph Smith’s plural wives, from collection at the Marriott Library, Univ. of Utah.

JS0323            Cook, Phneas wolcott, “Life and History,” transcript.

JS0324            Quinn, D. Michael. “The Mormon Succession Crisis of 1844.” BYU Studies 16 (Winter 1976):187-233.

JS0325            The Sangamo Journal, 1842 Articles, transcript.

JS0326            Hales, Brian, and Don Bradley, email correspondence, February 4, 2007.

JS0327            Owen, Laura Farnsworth Frampton (1806-1881), Autobiography, 1868 (MS 1048), LDS Church Archives.

JS0328            Patriarchal Order Quotes

JS0329            Polyandry notes–deconstructor

JS0330            Polyandry quotes

JS0331            Pratt, Parley Pl, “Celestial Family Organization,” The Prophet, Published In New York City, 1845. Typescript.

JS0332            Perego, Ugo, “THE CHILDREN OF JOSEPH SMITH AND DNA RESEARCH,” http://www.wivesofjosephsmith.org/DNA.htm

JS0333            Huntington, Prescindia Lathrop, 1810-1892, Autobiography (1810-1842) in Edward W. Tullidge, The Women of Mormondom New York, 1877, pp. 207-10, 213.

JS0334            A COMPILATION OF QUOTATIONS ON CELESTIAL OR PLURAL MARRIAGE

JS0335            Excerpts from Todd Compton, In Sacred Loneliness

JS0336            Richards, Rhoda 1784-1879, from Edward W. Tullidge, The Women of Mormondom, New York, (1877):419-422

JS0337           Bushman, Richard, on polyandry – quotes.

JS0338            Quotes on sexuality is only for reproduction.

JS0339            Smith, Hyrum, transcript of talk, April 8, 1844 from Richard E. Turley, Jr. Selected Collections from the Archives of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Provo, Utah: BYU Press, vol. 1, DVD # 1, volume 6, pages 1984-91.  The edited form of the discourse including in the History of the Church (6:320-21) is found on page 11 of the addendum.

JS0340            RIGDON, SIDNEY,  PITTSBURGH, MESSENGER & ADVOCATE, 1844 Articles

JS0341            Ivins, Stanley S., “Notes on Mormon Polygamy,” Utah Historical Quarterly, 34 (Fall, 1967), 309-21, typescript.

JS0342            Sessions Lyon, Sylvia, Pregnancy chart

JS0343            Tanner, Jerald and Sandra, POLYGAMY AND TRUTH: From Its Inception–To A United States Senate Investigation, (This article originally appeared in the Salt Lake City Messenger, Issue No. 66 January, 1988). Transcript.

JS0344            Compton, Todd in In Sacred Loneliness answers:  “Did the civil husband know of sealing to Joseph?”

JS0345            Robinson, Ebenezer, “Items of Personal History” [headline varies]. The Return (Davis City, Iowa), transcript.

JS0346            Robinson, Ebenezer 1816-1891, Autobiography (1832-1843), Source: The Return 1-3 (1888-1890),  “ITEMS OF PERSONAL HISTORY OF THE EDITOR.” Typescript.

JS0347            The wives of Joseph Smith, list according to Compton.

JS0348            Quotes from Fawn Brodie on Joseph Smith and Plural Marriage

JS0349            Quotes on why members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints practiced plural marriage.

JS0350            Kimball Whitney, Helen Mar, WHY WE PRACTICE Plural Marriage: By a “Mormon” Wife and Mother, Salt Lake City, Utah, Published at the Juvenile Instructor Office, 1884, typescript.

JS0351            “Doing the Works of Abraham”

JS0352            WOODRUFF, WILFORD, Discourses Delivered at the General Conference of the Church, the Tabernacle on the Law of Adotpion, Salt Lake City, Utah, Sunday, April 18, 1894. James R. Clark, Messages of the First Presidency, Vol.3, p.252

JS0353            Quotes on Joseph Smith’s plural wives.

JS0354            Beecher, Maureen Ursenbach, ed. “`All Things Move in Order in the City’: The Nauvoo Diary of Zina Diantha Huntington Jacobs.” BYU Studies 19 (Spring 1979): 285‑320.

JS0355            Richards, Franklin D., Notebook: “Words of the Prophets/Scriptural Items.” Holograph. MS 4409. LDS Church History Library, typescript, August 12, 1843.

JS0356            Anonymous, History of the Mormons, or Latter-day Saints, with an Account of their Persecutions in Missouri and Illinois.  From an Authentic Source,  Whitehaven, [England]: William Wilson, 1844, 3.

JS0357            Jackson, Joseph H. June 1844 LETTER to EDITOR WARSAW SIGNAL, June 5, 1844, NS No. 17. Warsaw, Illinois, June 5, 1844. Whole 134. STARTLING DISCLOSURES. Carthage, June 1, 1844, typescript.

JS0358            Jackson, Joseph H., Letters to New York Herald, September 5 and 7, 1844. Weekly Herald, September 7, 1844. Photocopies.

JS0359            Phelps, W. W., REVELATION RECEIVED WEST OF JACKSON COUNTY, MISSOURI, ON 17 JULY 1831, transcript.

JS0360            Smith, Joseph F., Affidavits—from the LDS Church Archives—Ms 3423—Folder 1, transcriptions. Compiled 1869-1879.

JS0361            Smith Joseph F., Affidavits—from the LDS Church Archives—Ms 3423—Folder 2, transcripts, compiled 1869=1870.

JS0362            Correspondent. “The Mormon Church War.” Daily Evening Bulletin (San Francisco), September 1, 1869. photocopy.

JS0363            McLellin, William, “W. E. McLellan, M.D.” to “Joseph Smith [III], esq.” Linden, Genesee Co., Michigan, Jan. 10, 1861, MS 9090; LDS Church Archives. Title: Letters and documents copied from originals in the office of the Church Historian, Reorganized Church, [Typescripts of the papers of William E. McLellin.]

JS0364            Stucki, John U., Letter to President John U. Stucki, dated April 2, 1875, 42 Islington, Liverpool; in Scott G. Kenney Collection, MS 587, Box 11, Folder 14; Marriott Library (photocopy of manuscript)

JS0365            McLellin, William E. “Jackson County.” Salt Lake Tribune, October 6, 1875, 4.

JS0366            Whitney, Reverend S. F. on “Joseph Smith and Early Mormonism —including the Tarring and Feathering and also Plural Marriage,” excerpted from Arthur B. Deming, Naked Truths about Mormonism, (Oakland, California: Deming & Co., 1888), Volume I, No. 1, transcript.

JS0367            De Leon, Edwin, Thirty Years of My Life on Three Continents, (formerly diplomatic agent and consul-general of the United States of America in Egypt), (London: Ward and Downey, 1890) Volume 1,  [Describing a visit to Nauvoo, apparently in about May 1844, made by he and another young man during their three months’ summer vacation from South Carolina University.] Transcript.

JS0368            Cannon, Angus Munn, LDS Church Archives, Ms 3166. Item titled by Historical Department “Statement of an interview with Joseph Smith, III, 1905,”—regarding conversation on October 12, 1905. [pp. 12-13—Angus M. Cannon knew Eliza R. Snow personally and spoke with her about plural marriage.] Transcript.

JS0369            Jenson, Andrew, “Biographical Sketch of Almera Johnson,” in Andrew Jenson Collection, CA, MS 17956; Box 8, Fd. 1, transcript.

JS0370            Hanscom, Almira, statement, 1908 in “Autobiography of Hyrum Belnap”  The Hyrum  Belnap autobiography may be found in a compilation by Della Belnap titled “Biographies of the Belnap and Knight Families” (typescript), copied by BYU library 1958; copy at BYU HBLL Special Collections—Amer BX 8670.1 .B41, transcript.

JS0371            Hanscom, Almira Knight, Letters, 1875-1898, undated letter to Martha McBride Knight, LDS Church Archives, MS 327, transcript.

JS0372            Hanscom, Almira Knight, Affidavit, July 24, 1908, Akron, Ohio

JS0373            Hale, Aroet L., Reminiscence (ca. 1882); MS 1509; LDS CHL, Citing Joseph Smith Regarding Emma. Transcript.  [Page 30]

JS0374            Hale, Aroet L. (1828-1911), Reminiscence (ca. 1882), (spelling and punctuation standardized). Church Archives MS 1509  [Bitton 968], typescript.

JS0375            Johnson, Benjamin F., “‘Aunt Zina’ as I Have Known Her from Youth—By ‘Uncle Ben'” (Benjamin F. Johnson), in Zina Card Brown Family Collection, MS 4780, Box 3, Folder 6 , LDS Church Archives, transcript.

JS0376            Ames, Ira,  Autobiography and Journal, 1858, Church Archives, MS 6055, Ames was brother-in-law to Jared Carter. Typescript—excerpt.

JS0377            Winchester, Benjamin. “Letter to the Editor.” New York Herald, November 11, 1844. Photocopy.

JS0378            Smith, Bathsheba Wilson Bigler, Autobiography, MS 8606, LDS Church Archives. (Note that a typescript of this item is cataloged at the Church Archives as MS 16633.) Typescript, excerpt.

JS0379           Jenson, Andrew, Biographical Sketch of Benjamin F. Johnson, in Andrew Jenson Collection, CA, MS 17956; Box 8, Fd. 5, excerpt, typescript.

JS0380            Bergera, Gary James.  “Identifying the Earliest Mormon Polygamists, 1841-1844.” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 38, no. 3 (Fall 2005): 1-74.

JS0381            Boice, John and Mary Ann (Barzee), Boice “Record,” MS 8883, Microfilm of manuscript. Excerpts—transcript.

JS0382            Young, Brigham, “A Few Words of Doctrine,” 8 October 1861. From “Reports of Speeches ca. 1845-1885,” by the Historian’s Office, CR 100 317; CHD. Reported by G. D. Watt. Don Bradley transcription of G.D. Watt’s uncorrected notes.

JS0383            Young, Brigham Journal, September 19, 1844, in Brigham Young, Office Files, 1832-1878, CR 1234 1, Box 71, Folder 2 (Journal with entries spanning 1837-1845), Excerpt—transcript.

JS0384            Young, Brigham, to Parley P. Pratt, Nauvoo, July 17, 1842, in Van Wagoner Papers, MS 597, Box 9, Fd. 6; typescript; original in Brigham Young Papers, LDS CHD

JS0385            Young, Brigham to William Smith, “City of Joseph, Aug 10th 1845,”  in Brigham Young Collection, CR 1234/1; Reel 24; LDS Church Archives. Transcript—excerpt.]

JS0386            Smith, William, to Brigham Young, August 27th 1844, in Brigham Young Collection,  incoming correspondence, CR 1234 1, Box 42, Fd. 13 (Reel 55). Transcript—excerpt.

JS0387            Rathbone, Tim, “Brigham Young’s Masonic Connection And Nauvoo Plural Marriages,” Brigham Young’s Masonic connection pre April 1842

JS0388            Lambert, Charles, “Autobiography [ca. 1885],” typescript, MS 1130, Folder 1, Church Archives, typescript—excerpt.

JS0389            Smith, Charles, Remarks at Saint George Stake, General Minutes, LR 7836, Reel 1, LDS Church Archives, excerpt, transcript.

JS0390            Bradley, Don, “Dating Fanny Alger—Emma’s Discovery of Her Relationship with Joseph”

JS0391            Cobb family papers in Theodore Schroeder Collection; LDS CHD, MS 9391, Reel 2. Description.

JS0392            Smith, Joseph, comparison of transcripts of blessing given to Nancy Marinda Hyde dated “Dcr 2d 1841.” See also Dean C. Jessee, ed. The Papers of Joseph Smith: Volume 2, Journal, 1832-1842, Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1992, 361; revelation is dated “Dcr 2d 1841.”  See also History of the Church 4:467.

JS0393            Oliver Cowdery “Sketchbook”—Diary, January-March 1836, LDS Church Archives, MS 3429, [January 1836], Monday the 25th.  Brief excerpt transcribed.

JS0394            Analysis of Joseph Smith’s August 1, 1831 revelation and purchasing of the Independence Temple Lot.

JS0395            Dame-McBride Family Papers, (internally titled the Della Dame Edmunds Collection) , MS 515, Marriott Library, excerpts, transcriptions.

JS0396            Hales, Brian C., Dating the Joseph Smith – Fanny Alger Relationship

JS0397            Moore, David, “Compiled Writings of David Moore,” typescript, pp. 19-20, MS 1892, LDS Church Archives, excerpt.

JS0398            “The Right of Succession,” Deseret Evening News, July 29, p. 4, photocopy.

JS0399            Rigdon, John W., “Whence Comes Its Authority?” Deseret Evening News, July 29, 1905, p. 5. photocopy.

JS0400            Wight, Orange L., “Further Testimony,” Deseret Evening News,  August 12, 1905, p. 8, photocopy.

JS0401            Harris, Dennison Lott, Statement, May 15, 1881, LDS Church Archives, MS 2725. Transcript.]

JS0402            Derr, Jill Mulvay. “Mrs. Smith Goes to Washington: Eliza R. Snow Smith’s Visit to Southern Utah, 1880-81.” May 24, 2004. Unpublished typescript in my possession courtesy of Jill Mulvay Derr. Published under the same title as a pamphlet (St. George, Utah: Dixie State College, 2004), also http://library.dixie.edu/info/collections/brooks/mrs.%20smith%20goes%20to%20washington.htm (accessed January 18, 2011).

JS0403           Fullmer, Desdemona Wadsworth, Papers; Church Archives, MS 734, excerpt, transcript.

JS0404            Dibble Family, Nauvoo Ward Census, 1842, pages 42-43—4th Ward—Folder 4, Frame 641—Dibble family, taken February 7, 1842:

JS0405            Lamb, Van Buren, “Dibble Family”

JS0406            Smith, Joseph F., Deseret News Weekly, February 22, 1882, p. 9, re Joseph Smith in 1831

JS0407           Stevenson, Edward, Autobiography, Church Archives, MS 1054 (typescript), excerpt, transcript.

JS0408            Bray (Glenn), Mildred H., “Elenor Houtz Snow” Biographical Sketch (typed), of Bountiful, Utah, (Page stamps say “Daughters of the Utah Pioneers”) MS 12145, LDS Church Archives

JS0409           Funk, Elijah, Sheets, Journals, LDS Church Archives, excerpt, transcript.

JS0410            Eliza R. Snow, “Sketch of My Life,” in “Utah and Mormons” collection, Bancroft  Library, UC Berkeley, microfilm copy in LDS Church Archives, under call number MS 8305, Reel 1, Item 11, excerpt, transcript.

JS0411            Holmes, Elvira Ann Cowles, letter from daughters Marietta and Emma Welling, in Andrew Jenson Collection, MS 17956, excerpt, transcript.

JS0412            Partridge Young, Emily D., Description of contents of Emily Dow Partridge Young Collection Marriott Library, MS 113, excerpt, transcript.

JS0413            Partridge Young, Emily Dow, undated handwritten autobiographical statement, in Andrew Jenson Collection, Box 26, Folder 3, holograph, in ink, CHD, transcript, excerpt.

JS0414            Emily Dow Partridge Young, “Incidents in the life of a Mormon girl,” undated, Ms 5220, 186-186b.

JS0415            Derr, Jill, email to Don Bradley, October 22, 2008 regarding Elize R. Snow.

JS0416            Snow, Eliza R., to President John Taylor, December 27, 1886, in CR 1 180, First Presidency, incoming correspondence, LDS CHD, transcript.

JS0417            Faulring, Scott H. – Fanny Alger folder in the Scott H. Faulring Papers, Marriott Library, Accn 2316, Box 19, Folder 11

JS0418            Stenhouse, Mrs. T. B. H., Exposé of Polygamy in Utah: A Lady’s Life among the Mormons: A Record of Personal Experience as One of the Wives of a Mormon Elder During a Period of More than Twenty Years, New York: American News Company, 1872, , excerpt, transcript.

JS0419           Jenson, Andrew, “Fate of Apostates,” Andrew Jenson Collection, MS 17956, Box 73, Fd. 28, CHD, excerpt, typescript.

JS0420            Cowdery, Oliver, information from Scott H. Faulring Collection, Marriott Library, Accn 2316, Box 23, Folder 3, (part of the “Documentary History of Oliver Cowdery,” preliminary draft, unpaginated)

JS0421            Bradley, Don, list of files

JS0422           Smith, George Albert, Journal, photocopy, May 9, 1844, MS1322_2_4

JS0423           Walker, Foster, “The Mormons in Hancock County: Facts in Regard to the Turbulent Times—Gentiles Have Been Sadly Misrepresented” Published serially on consecutive Thursdays in the newspaper The Review (Dallas City, Hancock County, Illinois), March 13, 1902 through March 12, 1903

JS0424            Franklin D. Richards Journal, January 22, 1869, MS 1215, LDS CHD

JS0425            Bradley, Don to Brian C. Hales, undated, discussing general conferences and the August 1835 General Assembly

JS0426            Smith, George D., Benchmark Books Lecture: George Smith on Nauvoo Polygamy, December 10, 2008

JS0427            Brimhall, George H., Diary, Jan. 1, 1888, entry, Bound typescript, undated, no publisher; edited by Jennie H. Groberg, Copy in Harold B. Lee Library, Special Collections.  The originals are also at BYU, excerpt, transcript.

JS0428            Saunders, Richard LavVell, “Francis Gladden Bishop and Gladfdenism: A Study in the Culture of a Mormon Dissernter and his Movement,” masters thesis, USU, 1989.

JS0429            Larson, Hannah Rebecca Stoddard and Adessa Larson Christensen, Affidavit of Hannah R. Larson, and October 15, 1949,  microfilm, MS 7952,  Church Archives, excerpt, transcript.

JS0430            Oa Jacobs Cannon, “History of Henry Bailey Jacobs,” MS 6891 1, LDS Church Archives, excerpt, transcript.

JS0431            Coray, Howard, Reminiscences, LDS Church Archives, MS 8142 , excerpt, transcript.

JS0432            Taylor, Harriet, et al. History of the Western Reserve, Vol. 2. Chicago: Lewis Pub., 1910. Photocopy p. 1209.

JS0433            Belnap, Hyrum to Andrew Jenson, Ogden, Utah, 30 December 1899, in Andrew Jenson Collection, MS 17956, Box 9, Fd. 24

JS0434            Jane Snyder Richards, “The Inner Facts of Social Life in Utah, by Mrs. F. D. Richards, San Francisco, 1880,” in “Utah and Mormons” collection, Bancroft Library, UC Berkeley, microfilm copy in LDS Church Archives, under call number MS 8305, Reel 2, Item 2, transcript, excerpt.

JS0435            Mary Isabella Hales Horne considered polygamy to be a “great trial,” saying quite frankly, “No one can ever feel the full weight of the curse till she enters into polygamy.”  (Mrs. Joseph Horne, “Migration and Settlement of the Latter-day Saints,” 22, typescript, 1884.

JS0436            Kimball, J. Golden, Journal, May 31, 1898, MS 1354, LDS Church Archives. Except, typescript.

JS0437            Rigdon, John W., letter  to “Arthur Willing, Elder,” Feb 20th 1904, (written from Brooklyn, New York) MS 14595, LDS Church Archives, excerpt, typescript.

JS0438            Noall, Claire, letter of Sept. 16, 1943 reporting Vienna Jacques Being Sealed to Joseph Smith—Vesta P. Crawford Papers, Marriott Library, Ms 125, Bx 1, Fd. 11, excerpt, transcript.

JS0439            James, Jane Elizabeth Manning, Autobiography, MS 4425, LDS CHD, excerpt, transcript.

JS440            Grant, Jedediah M. to Brigham Young, Et Al.; December 30, 1851, Typescript in Scott G. Kenney Papers, Mss 2022, Box 11, Folder 14, BYU, Harold B. Lee Library, Special Collections. Excerpt, transcript.

JS0441            Froiseth, Jennie Anderson, Letters and Advertisement, BYU, Harold B. Lee Library, MSS 3375, report on collection.

JS0442            Coolbrith, Ina,  correspondence with Joseph F. Smith; typescript in Scott Kenney Papers, MS 587, Box 1, Folder 21, transcripts, excerpts.

JS0443            Kester, Jo Ann L., information on Fanny Alger

JS0444            Smith, John Lyman,  Journal, MS 2072, LDS CHD, transcript, excerpt.

JS0445            John Mills Whitaker, Autobiography and Journals, 1883-1960, MS 1356, LDS CHD, Reel 1, entry dated November 1, 1890 , (Whitaker’s typed version, apparently based on his shorthand original). Excerpt, transcript.

JS0446            Murdock, John, Journal: Joseph Smith Accused of Sanctioning “Whoredom” LDS Church Archives; MS 1194, excerpt, transcript.

JS0447            Young, John R.,  Scrapbook, Mesa Arizona Feb 7, 1928, 1928-1930, MS 1180 2; LDS CHD, pages 32 and 34, typescript.

JS0448            Taylor, John, Minutes of a Meeting of the First Presidency, Twelve Apostles, and Presidents of Stakes, held at President John Taylor’s office, October 14, 1882, —in L. John Nuttall Papers, Vault MSS 790,  Special Collections and Manuscripts, Harold B. Lee Library, BYU, transcript, excerpt.

JS0449            Film titled, “Early History of Provo, 1849-1872,” Film 979.2 Z99 v. 2 [volume 2], Family History film area, Harold B. Lee Library, BYU, excerpt.

JS0450           Johnson, Joseph E. “Comments in Council Meeting in Salt Lake City, September 2, 1850.” Brigham Young Collection. MS d 1234, LDS Church History Library, ron Richard E. Turley, Jr. Selected Collections from the Archives of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Provo, Utah: BYU Press, vol. 1, DVD #18 , but that entry is blacked out, restricted because it deals with Church disciplinary proceedings, photocopy with redactions.

JS0451            Richards, Franklin D., Journal, MS 1215, LDS CHD, [1869], excerpt “coat and hat,” transcript.

JS0452            Kelting, Joseph A., Sept. 11, 1903, Joseph Smith Affidavit Books (on Polygamy) MS 3423, LDS Church Affidavit

JS0453            Kingsbury, Joseph C., “History of Joseph C. Kingsbury,” pages 13 & 14 (photocopy of manuscript), in Ronald and Ilene Kingsbury Collection, MS 522 Box 3 Folder 2, Marriott Library, transcript, excerpt.

JS0454            Robinson, Joseph E., Diary, MS 7866, LDS Archives, excerpt regarding Olive Frost bearing a child.

JS0455            Fielding, Joseph, Journals, 1837-1859, Church Archives, MS 1567. Excerpt, transcription.]

JS456            Smith, Joseph, Joseph Smith v. Oliver Olney, in “Nauvoo Records,” MS 16800, LDS Church Archive, (last disk of series)

JS0457            Fisher, Josephine E., “JOSEPHINE ROSETTA LYON FISHER,” essay

JS0458            Fisher, Josephine E., “Josephine Rosetta Lyon Fisher—Her Parentage,” 1954, Copy in the Donna Toland Smart Collection, Marriott Library, Accn 1817, Box 5, Folder 5, excerpt, transcript.

JS0459            Hyde, Orson, 1832 mission journal, (typescript), BYU HBLL Special Collections, Americana Collection; BX 8670 .M82 vol. 11, excerpt, transcript.

JS0460            “Birthday of Prophet.” Salt Lake Semi-Weekly Tribune, December 26, 1899.

JS0461            Smith, III, Joseph to John Smith; March 21, 1848, John Smith Papers, Vault Mss 803, Box 2, Folder 43, BYU HBLL Special Collections, excerpt, transcript.

JS0462            McQuown, Madeline, Marriott Library, Papers, MS 143, Box 2, Fd 21, Dale Morgan to Fawn M. Brodie, multiple letters excerpts transcribed.

JS0463            Smith, Joseph,  to Vilate Kimball, March 2, 1841, in Helen Vilate Bourne Fleming Papers, MS 9670, Box 1 (only box), Folder 25, LDS Church Archives, (manuscript copy)

JS0464            Notes on “The Spiritual Wife Doctrine of the Mormons”

JS0465            Bradley, Don, Notes from a conversation with Lajean Purcell Carruth, at the LDS Church Historical Department, June 29, 2008

JS0466            Cannon Taylor, Leonora, Diary, in George John Taylor Papers, MS 2936, LDS Church Archives. Transcription, excerpt.

JS0467            Hancock, Levi, Autobiography [ca. 1854?],  MS 8174, LDS CHD p. 136, date marriage to Clarrisa Reed.

JS0468            Levi Ward Hancock, “Autobiography of Levi Ward Hancock ,” (with additions by his son Mosiah Hancock), CHO, Ms 570, microfilm. Transcription, excerpt.

JS0469            Coryell, Lewis S., Statement, copy, LDS Church History Library, excerpted from Gen Hotchkin, Ancient & Modern Germantown, Mt. Airy, and Chestnut Hill, and is supposed to have come from a library LAP. LIBR. Transcription.]

JS0470            Rollins, Mary Elizabeth, Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner Collection, MSS 363, BYU HBLL Special Collections, transcriptions, excerpts.

JS0471            Hales, Brian to Don Bradley, Documents to Obtain or Review; and Quinn Items—Comments 1-27-2008

JS0472            Lott, Cornelius P., Family Bible; MS 3373; LDS CHD, transcription

JS0473            Pendleton Morgan Harris, Lucinda, discussion of why Eliza R. Snow did not include her on Document 1 in Andrew Jenson papers.

JS0474            Meserve Smith, Lucy, Statement, Wilford Wood Collection of Church Historical Materials, Microfilm at LDS Church Archives, MS 8617, Reel 8, Internal reference within collection—4-N-b-2, excerpt, transcript.

JS0475            Walker Kimball, Lucy, “Statement,” LDS Church Archives, MS 9827, Typescript, excerpts.

JS0476            Watson, Elden Jay, ed. Brigham Young Addresses, 1836-1877: A Chronological Compilation of Known Addresses of the Prophet Brigham Young. 6 vols. Salt Lake City: Elden J. Watson, 1979-84.

JS0477            Walker Kimball, Lucy to Joseph F. Smith (“My very dear Nephew”), Santa Rosa, February 24, 1884, excerpt, typescript.

JS0478            Walker, Lucy, in Lyman Omer Littlefield, Reminiscences of Latter-day Saints (Logan, Utah: The Utah Journal Co., 1888), typescript, excerpt.

JS0479]            Shurtliff, Luman Andros, Autobiography, Church Archives, MS 1605, excerpt, transcript.]]

JS0480           Knight, Lydia, Lydia Knight’s History: The First Book of the Noble Women’s Lives Series, by “Homespun” (pseudonym), Salt Lake City: Juvenile Instructor Office, 1883, 31, transcript.

JS0481            Smith, Joseph, revelation to Marinda Nancy Johnson Hyde, published transcript.

JS0482            Kerr, Marion Adaline Belnap Family Papers Collection, MS 916, Folder 21, LDS Church Archives, review of contents.

JS0483            Smith, Mary B., Letters of Mary B. Smith Norman to Ina Coolbrith; typescript in Scott Kenney Papers, MS 587, Box 1, Folder 22; original in “RLDS Library Archives, P 13 f 951, excerpt, transcript.

JS0484            Hyde, Mary Ann Price, MS 6415; LDS Church Archives, 1880, excerpt, transcript.

JS0485            Thompson, Mercy Rachel Fielding, LDS Church Archives, Ms 4580, [Autobiographical sketch, 1880]

JS0486            Thompson, Mercy R. to Joseph Smith III, August 5, 1883, copy forwarded to Joseph F. Smith, in the Joseph F. Smith Collection, MS 1325, Folder 12; LDS CHD

JS0487            Rollins Lightner, Mary Elizabeth, Affidavit, March 23, 1877, in Scott G. Kenney Collection, MS 587, Box 11, Folder 14; Marriott Library, transcript.

JS0488            Rollins, Mary R. L.,MS 748—Record Book of Mary R. L. Rollins, includes a good deal of material copied from the documents of her mother, Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner. LDS Church Archives

JS0489            Rollins Lightner, Mary Elizabeth, Speech July 24, 1889Mary Rollins Lightner Rollins Record Book, (This was the daughter of MERL),  MS 748, LDS Archives, pp. 28-29, typescript, excerpt.

JS0490            Rollins Lightner, Mary Elizabeth, “Statement,” 1884 Apr 18, LDS Church Archives, MS 4638, excerpt, transcript.

JS0491            Rollins Lightner, Mary Elizabeth, Collection; MS 752, Folder 4; LDS CHD, excerpt, transcript.

JS0492            Rollins Lightner, Mary Elizabeth, to John Henry Smith, January 25, 1892, in George A. Smith Family Papers, MS 36, Box 7, Folder 12 (John Henry Smith, incoming correspondence); Marriott Library, excerpt, transcript.

JS0493            Browne, Hilda Faulkner, “The Michigan Mormons,” unpublished manuscript by (210 pages, no references or bibliography), 1985, comments for dates.

JS0494            Phelphs, W. W., to Sally Phelps, September 16, 1835, transcript.

JS0495            Richards, Mrs. F. D., “Reminiscences of Mrs. F. D. Richards, San Francisco, 1880,” Jane Snyder Richards in “Utah and Mormons” collection, Bancroft Library, UC Berkeley,  microfilm copy in LDS Church Archives, under call number MS 8305, Reel 1, Item 2, transcript, excerpt.

JS0496            Alexander, Mrs. Nancy – 1880 Census photocopy.

JS0497            Shearer, Daniel, (husband of Vienna Jacques) MS 7673 [Information concerning Daniel Shearer] by Sherwin Chase; Santa Barbara, CA; 1983

JS0498            Johnson Hyde, Marinda Nancy, letter, undated (after Dec. 1, 1841). Transcript.

JS0499            Bennett, John C. “Nauvoo Records,” MS 16800, Church Archives, transcript, re: age of marriage in Nauvoo.

JS0500            Nauvoo Stake High Council Minutes, May 24th 1842, 1839 Oct. – 1845 Oct., LR 3102 22; LDS CHD;

JS0501            Nauvoo Ward Census Church Archives, LR 3102 27, transcript

JS0502            Snyder, John, census report, photocopy

JS0503            Knight, Newel, “Sketch of the Life of Newel Knight” (likely a first draft), CHD, MS 767, Folder 3 (manuscript), transcript, excerpt.

JS0504          Knight, Newel,  “Autobiography and journal [ca. 1846];” MS 767, Folder 1, item 4; LDS CHD, excerpt, transcript.

JS0505            Newspapers Searched for Allegations of Polygamy or Sexual Immorality, Using the GaleGroup database “19th Century US Newspapers”

JS0506           “‘Sealed,’ But not Wedded: Mormon Ceremony was only intended to Enhance Miss Armitage’s Happiness in the Hereafter.” New York Times, July 12, 1901,

JS0507            Huntington, Oliver, Diary, Mss 162, Harold B. Lee Library, Special Collections, excerpt, transcript. February 18, 1883 entry.

JS0508            Huntington, Oliver B.,  Diaries, Mss 162, Box 1, Folder 8; Harold B. Lee Library, Provo, Utah, (vol. 16) 1884 excerpt.

JS0509            Kimball, Heber C., Statement on Oliver Cowdery and polygamy, Provo Utah Central Stake General Minutes, LR 9629 11, Reel 1, Record of the Provo Stake of Zion, p. 118, CA. typescript.  Excerpt.

JS0510            Smith, Joseph F., statement on Oliver Cowdery and Polygamy, Provo Utah Central Stake General Minutes, LR 9629 11, Reel 2, March 4, 1883, Quarterly Stake Conference, Sunday afternoon session, pp. 271-72.

JS0511            Frost, Oliver Grey, Biographical Sketch by Mary Ann Pratt, in Andrew Jenson Papers [ca. 1871-1942], MS 17956; LDS Church Archives, Box 4, Fd. 59

JS0512            Huntington, Oliver B. Diaries, Ms 162, Harold B. Lee Library, Manuscripts and Special Collections, October 11, 1843, January 5, 1844, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0513            The Oliver Olney Papers, Originals at Yale, Microfilm in LDS Church Archives—MS 8829, Item 8, multiple transcribed excerpts.

JS0514           Wight, Orange L., Ms 405—Reminiscences 1903 May-Dec, LDS Church Historical Department, typescript, excerpt.

JS0515            Pratt, Orson, Journal of Orson Pratt, MS 587; LDS Archives, Journal for1835-1837, entry dated June 10, 1836, transcript, excerpt.

JS0516            Woodruff, Phebe, “Autobiographic Sketch of Phebe W. Woodruff, Salt Lake City, 1880,” Phebe W. (Carter) Woodruff, in “Utah and Mormons” collection, Bancroft Library, UC Berkeley,  microfilm copy in LDS Church Archives, under call number MS 8305, Reel 1, Item 7, excerpt, transcript.

JS0517            Crary, Christopher G., Pioneer and Personal Reminiscences (Marshalltown, IA: 1893), excerpts, transcripts.

JS0518            Polyandry wives, baptismal dates, and legal marriage dates.

JS0519           Bradley, Don, “Mormon Polygamy before Nauvoo?  The Relationship of Joseph Smith and Fanny Alger”

JS0520            Pratt, Orson, typescript on Letter, Parley P. Pratt to his cousin John Van Cott, May 7, 1843, with a postscript by Orson Pratt; MS 5238, LDS CHD, excerpt, transcription.

JS0521            Huntington Kimball, Presendia, Biographical Sketch, 1881, MS 742, LDS Church Archives.

JS0522            Write, William letter, ca May 1931, Box 65, Church Records series, 1/44, CA, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0523            Kimball Whitney, Helen Mar, undated letter, ca. 1879-82—in Myron H. Bond Papers, RLDS Archives, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0524            Kimball, J. Golden, Diary, 31 May 1898, CA, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0525            Webb, Eliza Jane Churchill, letter to Mary Bond, 24 Apr 1876, in the Myron H. Bond Papers, Community of Christ Archives. , Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0526            Webb, Eliza Jane Churchill, letter to Mary Bond, 4 May 1876, in Myron H. Bond Papers, Community of Christ Archives, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0527            Webb, Eliza Jane Churchill, Letter of Aug. 27, 1876, and in the Myron H. Bond Papers, Community of Christ Archives, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0528            Nauvoo High council “Misc Docs, May 24, 1842, Apr 27, 1842, Catherine Fuller Warren testimony, May 24, 1842, Oct 1841, Apr 18 1844, May 24, 1842 June 10, 1844, book of Feb-Dec 1844 minutes, pp. 24-25, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0529            Cahoon, Nauvoo High Council, April 18, 1844,  testifies that [Robert] Foster delivered Joseph’s child, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0530            Miller, Sarah, Testimony of Sarah Miller, May 24, 1842 Nauvoo High Council, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0531            Smith, Hyrum, Nauvoo City Council, June 10, 1844., Nauvoo City Council Minutes, June 10, 1844, book of Feb-Dec 1844 minutes, pp. 24-25, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0532            Hyde, Orson statement c.1869. Quinn Collection, [Source location not given by Quinn; may be in CHD affidavit collection.] Typescript.

JS0533            Cannon, Abraham H., Diary: undated quotation, entry for 29 Jan 1891, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0534            Huntington Young, Zina D. statements, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0535            Fullmer, Desdemona Autobiography, , Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0536            Rollins Lightner, Mary Elizabeth Autobiography, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0537            Nuttall, L. John Notes for J. Taylor Office Jrnl, HDC, d1346, brief excerpt, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0538            Wells, Emmeline B., letter to Mary E. Lightner, Mar 12, 1887, in BYU, Vault Mss 282, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0539            Alexander, Nancy Smith, Quinn identifies the “Statement of Nancy Smith Alexander” as being “in A. B. Deming Papers, Chi. H.S “—i.e., Chicago Historical Society, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0540            Fifield, Matthew Phelps affidavit, May 31 1906, L[[d?]] 2725, [CA?], brief excerpt.

JS0541            Taylor, Leonora Cannon, Diary, in George John Taylor Papers, Quinn extract and commentary, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0542            Belnap, Hyrum Journal; in Della A Belnap Collection. Almira Knight declines plurality.

JS0543            Snow, Eliza, comment at Glenwood Ward, Relief Society, Sep. 28, 1880, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0544            Welling, Job, Unpublished Family History of Job Welling Family, by Phebe Louisa Welling, Feb 9th, 1938, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0545            Boice, Mary Ann Barzee History, , Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0546            Smith, Lydia, Endowment House record as “wd of Joseph Smith,Boice, Mary Ann Barzee History, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.”

JS0547            Crookston, Robert Autobiography, d2050, excerpt.

JS0548            Whitaker, John M. Edited Journal, 1:123; Nov 16, 1887, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0549            Johnson, Benjamin F. to Frank Feely, Dec. 10, 1897, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0550            Johnson, Benjamin F. to Anthon H. Lund, May 12, 1903, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0551            Law, William, Minutes of trial of Laws, Apr 18, 1844, [Jacob Scott says Wm Law stated yesterday], Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0552           Brimhall, George H. journal excerpt, Jan. 1, 1888, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0553            Clayton, William, comment on January 18, 1843 entry, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0554            Blair, W. W. Diary, June 17, 1874, excerpt, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0555            Smith, Joseph III, Memos, July 1876, 1876, 1876 Daybook, Nov 27, 1876, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0556            Smith, Joseph III Journal, Nov 12 [[or Nov 18?]], 1876, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0557            Quinn, D. Michael, speculation on Marinda Nancy Johnson Hyde’s relationship with Willard Richards, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0558            Young, Seymour B., April 2, 1912, journal excerpt, transcript.

JS0559           Richards, Heber John, Letter dated Sept. 25, 1891 from Brigham Young Jr. in his 1891-93 Journal, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0560            Wells, Emmeline B. recorded in S.B. Young Journal, Jan 15, 1912, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0561            Lund, Anthon H. Diary, report of meeting in temple of First Presidency, Apostles, and Stake Presidencies, 20 Apr 1893 and 18 June 1905, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0562            Robinson, Joseph E., October 26, 1902 diary excerpt, regarding Olive Frost’s child by Joseph Smith.

JS0563            Duffin, James G., Conversation with Howard Coray recorded in James. G. Duffin Diary, 20 April 1904, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0564            Smith, Joseph F. Journal, Aug 28, 1870, Nov 1, 1879, Joseph Smith sealed plural wives to Joseph W. Coolidge.

JS0565           Jacques, Vienna (Shearer), patriarchal blessing by William Smith, RLDS church, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0566            Richards, Franklin D. Journal Dec 9 1887, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0567            Smith, Joseph F. Journal, November 1, 1879, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0568            Richards, Franklin D. Journal June 25, 1896, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0569            Richards, Franklin D. Journal, at council of Pres & Apostles, undated, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0570            Richards, George F. Journal, June 10, 1883, quoting Joseph B. Noble “coat and hat.” Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0571            Taylor, John First Presidency Office Journal, Dec 28, 1886, regarding Hannah Ells, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0572            Relief Society – Nauvoo notes [Oliver Olney Papers?] regarding Hyrum Smith’s plural marriages, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0573            Rich, Charles C. Journal, June 9, 1844, regarding Hyrum Smith’s discourse on plurality

JS0574            Lott, Cornelius P Family Bible, CHD, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0575            Quinn “Polygamy, 1830-1844, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0576            Grant, Heber J., March-July 1881 Journal, quoting “Lysander Gee” saying Oliver Cowdery committed adultery, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0577            Cannon, Abraham H.  diary (BYU) entry for 29 Jan 1891 reference to Joseph Smith’s imperfections.

JS0578            Young, Brigham, Collection Minutes, Feb 27 1845, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0579            Murdock, John Diary, p. 66—May 29, 1835, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0580            Cahoon, William F Journal, January 19, 1836, pp. 44-45, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0581            Pratt, Orson 1835-1837 Journal, June 10, 1836; July 14, 1842, quotation, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0582            Seventies 1835-43 Record, p. 20, Apr 29, 1837, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0583            Cowdery, Warren, defends Joseph Smith in Messenger and Advocate, Sept, 1837, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0584            Kirtland Elders, Quorum record, November 29, 1837, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0585            Shurtliff, Luman A. jrnl. pp. 116-118, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0586            Richards, Franklin D., to Joseph F. Smith, in Joseph F. Smith Papers July 5, 1881, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0587            Woodruff, Wilford, “Historian’s Private Journal,” Dates first PMs to 1840, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0588            Fielding, Joseph, Journal, September 2, 1841, pp 73-74, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0589            Thompson, Mary R. Fielding, autobiography, December 20, 1880, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0590            Quinn “Mormon Polygamy Chronology, 1829-1902.” Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0591            Winchester, Benjamin, Philadelphia Branch Record, pp. 27-28, Apr 6 1842—at Philadelphia conference; May 27, 1843, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0592            Pratt, Orson, July 14, 1842. Journal excerpt, suidcide note.

JS0593            Johnson, Joseph E., September 2, 1850 comments at disciplinary council, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0594            Vose, Ruth, statement about “Mrs. Sayers [Sagers]” Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0595            Smith, John L., letter to First Presidency, Mar 8, 1895, Quinn Collection, excerpt, transcript.

JS0596            Bradley, Don, notes from his January 2008 trip to view the D. Michael Quinn Papers, at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale.  Original dated January 16, 2008.

JS0597            Hales, Brian, to Don Bradley dated January 20, 2008, items from original Quinn Collection notes to focus upon.

JS0598            Ensign, Mary Dunn, re: Julia Murdock Smith knowing of her father’s wives, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0599            Richards, George F., Journals June 10, 1883, at a conference at Centerville, Utah, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0600            Smith, Joseph F., Financial Revelation , November 1, 1918, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0601            Huntington, Zina, marriage certificate to 1841 marriage to Henry B. Jacobs, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0602           Young, Brigham, comments at trial of George J. Adams, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0603            Smith, John L., Feb 27, 1895 to David H. Cannon of the St. George Temple, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0604            Young, Brigham, remarks, Oct 8, 1848, JS received nothing higher than the apostleship, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0605            Woodruff, Wilford to David H. Cannon, March 8, 1895. Re: Sarah Kingsley Cleveland, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0606            Badger, Alex, to his sister Alice E Cayton at St Louis, from SLC, on Jan 19 1863, in Badger Collection, MO Historical Society, St Louis, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0607            Quinn, D. Michael, speculation on Leonora Cannon Taylor’s diary entry, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0608            Quorum of the Twelve Minutes, July 1, 1866, with 1840 dates for Joseph Smith’s plural marriages (rather than 1841), Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0609            Blair, William W., Diaries Excerpts –holographs at RLDS Research Library and Archives, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0610            Post, Warren, Record Book, comment on polygamy, bound volume in Iowa State Historical Department, Archives Division, Historical Library, Des Moines, Iowa, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0611            Walker, Lucy, rebaptism, Aug. 6, 1843, Record of Baptisms for the Dead and Rebaptisms for Sins, loose sheets, in CR 342/1, Church Archives, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0612            Alger, John, Record of Excommunications 1832-1899, CR 298/4, four boxes, Church Archives, July 1975, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0613            Morgan, John, Journals, d 1479, CA recounting William Huntington talk with JSIII, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0614            Wright, William Undated holograph letter, stamped as received in the First Presidency Office on June 2, 1931, in Box 65, CR 1/44, Misc. Corresp. Of 1st Pres., at Church Archives, in part, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0615            Grant, Heber J. Carbon of letter to Patriarch Hyrum G. Smith, dated Nov 6, 1919, in Box 18, CR 1/44, Misc. Correspondence of 1st Presidency, at CA:  Patriarchs’ visions of JS promoting PM, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0616            Johnson, Joseph E. – Document in BY Collection, d 1234, CA, a council meeting in SLC, Sept. 2, 1850, with excerpts from minutes as follows, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0617            Heron Snider, Mary – Joseph E. Johnson council notes and Quinn’s comments, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0618            Huntington, Zina D. – Marriage date to Henry B. Jacobs, #139, MSS 76, NKW Papers, HBLL, Letter from A. Bonney , March 6, 1841, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0619            Hills, Gustavus, Paternity suit between Gustavus Hills and Mary Clift, Sept 15, 1842, wherein Hills agrees to pay $200.00 to Mary Clift, [etc.], Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0620            Pratt, Sarah, Handwritten statement in Mormon Collection, Chicago Historical Society: regarding accuracy of History of the Saints by John C. Bennett, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0621            Grant, Heber J., journal, April 1, 1896, quotes LS re: angel with a sword and John Woolley being rebaptized in 1916, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0622           McLellin, William E., transgressions of Joseph Smith. Quoted in Saints Herald, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0623            Goldsmith, Lucia A., “Rigdon  The first Mormon Elder,” a two page holograph in the Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, OH, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0624            Snow, Eliza R., Relief Society Minutes, Glenwood Ward (Sevier Stake), 1873-1881, p. 224,  28 Sep 1880, CA:  ERS comments, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0625            Woodruff, Wilford, 1883 memo book, WW Papers donated by Caroline Woodruff Owen; d5506, Box 2: article on marriage printed against JS wishes, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0626            Smith, Joseph F., Journals at HDC, Oct 9, 1869, and 1879 Bk, Nov 1, 1879, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0627           First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve, February 16, 1849 meeting, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0628            Brailey, Jesse C., trial for adultery, First Council of Seventy Trial, mistakenly filed with SL Hi Council Minutes, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0629            Gee, Lysander, Heber J. Grant, Journals, March-July 1881 volume, June 11, 1881, Regarding OC and adultery, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0630            Richards, H.J. Loose letter enclosed in volume: Dated September 25, 1891, 42 Islington, Liverpool, with notation on back, letter to H. J. Richards, Sept 25. 91” re: JS and sexual polyandry, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0631            “The Star in the East—Strangites” with “After Strang by Jr., Badger, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0632            Foote, Warren, Journals, CHD, Vol 3, pp. 106-107, Oct 13 1897 Re: didn’t know of PM in Nauvoo (lived 60 miles out of town).

JS0633            Phelps, W. W., 1847 excommunication meeting – Minutes of Public and Private Meetings (Dec 2-Dec7, 1847): Meetings of Apostles Ms, 16 pages, handwritten, in d1234, Misc Minutes, BY Papers, HDC, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0634            Rich, Charles C. Rich. Hyrum read revelation about Law, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0635           Kimball, Heber C., Minutes, 1847-1861, Jan 8, 1848, Minutes of First Presidency Meetings with Quorum of the Twelve, 1881-1882, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0636            Smith, Joseph, comments at the trial of Benjamin Winchester with Q12 [date?], , Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0637            Twelve Apostles, Quorum, Minutes, Meeting of Apr 18, 1844 with the High Council, Presidents of Seventies:(Trial of William and Jane Law); Box “High Council Meetings, etc., conference and public meetings,” CA; folder, “Minutes of Council of Twelve,Smith, Joseph, comments at the trial of Benjamin Winchester with Q12 [date?]  Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0638            Twelve Apostles, Quorum, Minutes, Meeting, 14 March 1913, (Quorum of Twelve minutes, 23 Jan 1914) re: “Woolley John W.” rebaptism, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0639            Woodruff, Wilford, Novement 30, 1841, journal extract, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0640            Richards, Willard, January 21, 1842, dream related:  “Joseph &[A?] woman sitting in a chair pulling of her stocking. Little boy in the old wives lap interrupted.” Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0641            Hills, Gustavius, excommunication in Nauvoo High Council minutes for Jan 28, 1843, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0642            Taylor, Leonora Cannon, Diary notes by Quinn, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0643            Notes of the Mrs. Sayers document (affidavit May 1, 1869), Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0644            Nauvoo City Council Minutes for Jan. 3, 1844—(Nauvoo City Council Minutes, 1842-1844 Book, p. 35), Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0645            Nauvoo City Council Minutes for April 13, 1844 Harrison Sagers, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0646            Rich, Charles C. Rich, diary excerpts, Quinn Collection, excerpts, transcribed.

JS0647            Bradley, Don, notes from his May 2009 trip to view the D. Michael Quinn Papers, at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale.

JS0648            Rhoda Ann Marvin Fullmer, “Reminiscences,” MS 128, LDS CHD

JS0649            Smith, Samuel Harrison, Diary, Church Archives—MS 4213—Covers only his 1832-1833 mission to Boston and places along the way.

JS0650            Richards, Samuel W., “Journal,” MS 1841, LDS Church Archives, microfilm of original manuscript

JS0651            Rich, Sarah DeArmon Pea, Autobiography, MS 1543 1-3, LDS Church Archives

JS0652            Fuller Gully, Sally Ann, also Sarah Ann, Fuller Gully, evidence as a plural wife of Joseph Smith.  1815 Oct 29-1897 March 15, Born Providence, NY, Parents: Edward M. and Hannah Fuller. Transcript.

JS0653            Sarah Ann Fuller Gulley Smith Fuller—Sealings; in Pre-Endowment House Ordinances; CR 334 13, LDS CHD (vault).

JS0654            Fuller Gully, Sally Ann, 1815 Oct 29-1897 March 15, information.

JS0655            Poulterer, Sarah, 1851 census

JS0656            Schroeder, Theodore, From “Theodore Schroeder Mormon Antagonist—Content and Significance of the Theodore Schroeder Collection New York Public Library,” MS 9030, LDS Church Archives.

JS0657            Palmer, Grant H., “Sexual allegations against Joseph Smith, 1829-1835,” [2000?]

JS0658            Mary Augusta Hawkins Snow Journal, CHD, MS 6136, Fd. 1

JS0659            Chart of sources for information about Joseph Smith’s polygamy.

JS0660            Snow, Erastus, St. George Utah Stake [Conference], General Minutes, Sunday 17 June 1883, 2 p.m., LR 7836 11, Reel 1

JS0661            Gates, Susa Young, Collection, MS 8884, LDS Church Archives (microfilm copy of original at Utah State Historical Society), Reel 9 (Box 12, Fd. 2) regarding Joseph Smith had no children.

JS0662            Session, Sylvia, Biographical Information on Windsor and Sylvia Lyon, Undated sheet in Andrew Jenson Collection, MS 17956, Box 10, Folder 81; CHD

JS0663            Temple Lot depositions–attempt to find originals–contacting Scott Lewandowski of the 8th Circuit Court

JS0664            Whittaker, David J. “The Bone in the Throat: Orson Pratt and the Public Announcement of Plural Marriage.”  Western Historical Quarterly 18 (July 1987): 293-314

JS0665            “From the Boston Atlas: Missouri and the Mormons: Letter from a Gentleman at the West to His Friend in Boston.” Emancipator (New York City), April 25, 1839.

JS0666            Dibble, Philo, THE FAMILIES OF PHILO DIBBLE, http://www.sedgwickresearch.com/philo/families.html, Accessed April 8, 2008

JS0667            Hinckley, Parnell, The Henrys and the Kings: Incidents Taken from the Lives of Andrew Henry, Margaret Creighton Henry, Josephine King Thornley, Samuel A. King, William Henry King, Lillian King Hinckley, William King, Thomas Rice King, Matilda Robison King, n.p. n.d.

JS0668            E. G. Lee, The Mormons, or, Knavery Exposed, Frankford, PA and Philadelphia: E.G. Lee, George Webber and William Fennimore, 1841. Transcript, excerpt.

JS0669            Paddock, Mr. A. G., The Fate of Madame La Tour, New York: Fords, Howeard  & Hulbert, 1900. [FIction.]

JS0670            De Leon, Edwin, Thirty Years of My Life on Three Continents, (formerly diplomatic agent and consul-general of the United States of America in Egypt) (London: Ward and Downey, 1890), transcript, excerpt.

JS0671            Grover, Thomas to Brigham Young, 14 October 1870 ,Brigham Young Collection, CR 1234, 1, (Reel 45) LDS CHD

JS0672            Braden, Clark, Analysis of Three Accusations from the 1884 Braden-Kelley Debate

JS0673            J.J.J. “Two Prophets’ Widows: A Visit to the Relicts of Joseph Smith and Brigham Young, the Present Occupants of the Lion House and Bee-Hive, A Peep into the Big Parlor Where Brigham Held Family Prayers–Aunt Zinah and Eliza R. Snow, the Poetess, August 8, 1887. St. Louis Globe-Democrat, August 18, 1887, p. 6, col. E.

JS0674            Knight Family Biographical Sketches—in compilation by Della Belnap titled “Biographies of the Belnap and Knight Families,” copied by BYU library 1958; copy at BYU HBLL Special Collections, —Amer BX 8670.1 .B41

JS0675            Phelps, W. W., “General Church Minutes,” CR 100 318, LDS Church Archives.]

JS0676            Phelps, W. W., Letter to Sally Phelps—May 26, 1835, Photocopy of original, W. W. Phelps Papers, Vault Mss 810, Box 2, Folder 1, BYU Harold B. Lee Library, (Originals are in Box 1 [oversize])

JS0677            Warren Foote (1817-1903), Autobiography and Journal, MS 1123, Folder 1; LDS CHD, Volume 1, pp. 74-75, 83-84

JS0678            Marsh, Eudocia Balwin, “When the Mormons Dwelt Among Us,” in The Bellman, April 1, 1916, 375. transcription, excerpt.

JS0679            Wikipediea list of Joseph Smith’s plural wives

JS0680            Richards, Willard, Journal, 1847, in Willard Richards Papers MS 1490, Church Archives, excerpts, transcripts.

JS0681           Walker, William Holmes, Reminiscence and Diary, LDS Church Archives, MS 1890

JS0682            Thompson, William M.,  Affidavit, August 23, 1854, in CR 100 396; LDS CHD; original manuscript; transcribed by Don Bradley October 9, 2008

JS0683            Arrowsmith, William Census sheet, undated.

JS0684            Bigler, Henry William, typed journal excerpts, made as part of the WPA Historical Records Survey—in Bancroft Library collection “Utah and the Mormons,” microfilm at LDS Church Archives, MS 8305, Reel 1.

JS0685            Law. William, to Isaac Hill, July 20, 1844, MS 3473, LDS CHD (photocopy, apparently from original)

JS0686            “Workings of Mormonism related by Mrs. Orson Hyde \Pratt/”  [unknown author] Ms 4048, Salt Lake City, 1884, typescript.

JS0687            Woodruff, Wilford, to Andrew Jenson, August 6, 1887; from First Presidency Letterpress Copybooks, LDS CHD; transcribed from photocopy of manuscript provided by Randall Dixon

JS0688            Rollins Lightner, Mary Elizabeth, Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner Collection, MSS 363, BYU HBLL Special Collections, typescript, excerpt.

JS0689            Zina D. H. Young Biographical Sketch, in Zina Card Brown Collection, MS 4780, CA, Box 2, Folder 18; on Reel 1, excerpt, typescript.

JS0690            Huntingingon Young, Zina D. Biographical Sketch, In Zina Card Brown Family Collection, MS 4780, CA, Box 2, Folder 18; on Reel 1

JS0691            Cannon, Oa Jacobs, “Zina D. H. Young,” MS 6891 2, LDS Church Archives

JS0692            Huntington, Zina, Zina D. H. Young Papers, MSS SC 2184, at Harold B. Lee Library Special Collections excerpt, transcript.

JS0693            Huntington, Zina, Zina D. H. Young—Undated Biographical Sketch, in Zina Card Brown Collection, MS 4780, Box 2, Fd. 17 (on Reel 2)

JS0694            Huntington, Zina, Zina D. H. Young Diary, 1848, in Zina Card Brown Family Collection, Box 1, Folder 1, Monday, Dec 11th, 1848, transcript, excerpt.

JS0695            Blood, Jane Wilkie Hooper, 1845-1898, Diaries, 1880-1898,  [p.241] Fri 22 [July 1892] Reference to Zina Huntington, excerpt, transcript.

JS0696            Huntington, Zina, Zina D. H. Young Biographical Sketch, In Zina Card Brown Family Collection, MS 4780, CA, Box 2, Folder 18; on Reel 1, 2nd sketch of 3. Evaluation-nothing on plural marriage.

JS0697            Huntington, Zina, “Poem to Mrs. Sylvia P. Lyon,” Zina Card Brown Family Collection, S 4780, Box 2, Folder 20 (on Reel 1), Undated verse written for Sylvia P. Lyon

JS0698            Huntington Young, Zina D., Undated Biographical Sketch #1, in Zina Card Brown Family Collection, MS 4780, Box 2, Fd. 17 (on Reel 2), excerpt, transcript.

JS0699            Huntington Young, Zina D. H., Undated Biographical Sketch #2, In Zina Card Brown Family Collection, MS 4780, CA, Box 2, Folder 17; on Reel 1, 2nd sketch of 3—begins on page 13 with “paint music both instrumental and vocal…”

JS0700            Huntington Young, Zina D., Undated Biographical Sketch #3, In Zina Card Brown Family Collection, MS 4780, CA, Box 2, Folder 17; on Reel 1. This is the third sketch of three.  The extant text, which begins at page 2, starts, “My own father William Huntington…”

JS0701            Tullidge, Edward,  The Women of Mormondom. New York: Tullidge and Crandall, 1877, transcript.

JS0702            Parsons, Tyler. Mormon Fanaticism Exposed: A Compendium of the Book of Mormon or Joseph Smith’s Golden Bible. Boston: n.pub., 1842.

JS0703            Caswall, Henry. City of the Mormon or Three Days at Nauvoo. London: J.G.F. and J. Rivington, 1843, excerpt.

JS0704            Caswall, Henry. The Prophet of the Nineteenth Century, or, the Rise, Progress, and Present State of the Mormons… London: J.G.F. and J. Rivington, 1843, photocopy, excerpt.

JS0705           Hungtinton, Oliver B., Diaries, excerpts, transcripts, MS 162, HBL library. October 11, 1843, January 5, 1844

JS0706            Olney, Oliver H. The Absurdities of Mormonism Portrayed: A Brief Sketch. Hancock Co: Illinois, March 3, 1843, photocopy.

JS0707            George Peck, “Mormonism and the Mormons,” Methodist Quarterly Review 25, series 3 (January 1843): 111-27, quotation on p. 117:

JS0708            Jackson, Joseph H., Letters to New York Herald, September 5, 1844. High resolution.

JS0709            Jackson, Joseph H., Letters to New York Herald, September 5, 1844.  Low resolution.

JS0710            Jackson, Joseph H., Letters to New York Herald, September 7, 1844. High resolution.

JS0711            Robert Baird, Religion in the United States of America (Glasgow, Scotland.] Blackie and Son, 1844), photocopy, excerpt.

JS0712            Nauvoo Neighbor 2 (19 June 1844), Photocopy.

JS0713            Brotherton, Edward. Mormonism: Its Rise and Progress and the Prophet Joseph Smith. Manchester, England: J and S. Smith, 1845, title page.

JS0714            Olney, Oliver H., Spiritual Wifery at Nauvoo Exposed. St. Louis: Author, 1845.

JS0715            Hyde, Orson, Speech of Elder Orson Hyde, Delivered before the High Priests Quorum, in Nauvoo April 27th 1845, upon the Course and Conduct of Mr. Sydney Rigdon, and upon the Merits of His Claims to the Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Liverpool: James and Woodburn, 1845.

JS0716            Thomas, John. Sketch of the Rise, Progress, and Dispersion of the Mormons. London, Arthur Hall, 1847, photocopy, excerpt.

JS0717            Belisle, Orvilla S. The Prophets of Mormonism Unveiled. London: Trubner, 1855, photocopy, excerpt.

JS0718            Sexton, George, Portraiture of Mormonism or Animadversions on the Doctrines and Pretensions of the Latter-Day Saints; a Review of the History and Contents of the Book of Mormon; and a Sketch of the career of Joseph Smith, and various other Notorious Fanatics and Impostors, London: W. Strange 1849. Photocopy, excerpt.

JS0719            [n.a.], California: Its Past History, Its Present Position, Its Future Prospects (London: N.pub., 1850), 208:

JS0720            John Frere, A Short History of the Mormonites; or Latter Day Saints (London: Joseph Masters, 1850), 20: photocopy, excerpt.

JS0721            Bowes, John. Mormonism Exposed. London: R. Bulman, 1850, photocopy from microfilm, excerpt.

JS0722            Ashley, F. B. Mormonism: An Exposure of the Impositions Adopted by the Sect Called “The Latter-day Saints.” London: John Hatchard, 1851. Photocopy, excerpt.

JS0723            Hall, William. The Abominations of Mormonism Exposed; Containing Many Facts and Doctrines concerning That Singular People during Seven Years’ Membership with Them, from 1840 to 1847. Cincinnati, Ohio: I. Hart, 1852. Photocopy from microfilm, excerpts.

JS0724            Kelly, William. Across the Rocky Mountains from New York to California. London: Simms and M’Intyre, 1852. Photocopy, excerpt.

JS0725            Haven, Jesse. Celestical [sic] Marriage and the Plurality of Wives. Cape Town: W. Foelscher, 1853.

JS0726            Bunn, Alfred, Old England and New England, in a Series of Views Taken on the Spot, 2 vols., vol.1, London: Richard Bentley, 1853, photocopy, excerpts.

JS0727            Simpson, Sparrow, W. Mormonism: Its History, Doctrines and Practices. London, A. M. Pigott, 1853. Photocopy, excerpts.

JS0728            Ferris, Benjamin G. Utah and the Mormons: The History, Government, Doctrines, Customs, and Prospects of the Latter-day Saints. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1854. Excerpt on angel with sword.

JS0729            Johnson, Benjamin F.  Why the “LATTER DAY SAINTS” Marry a Plurality of Wives: A Glance at Scripture and Reason . . . San Francisco: Excelsior Printing Office, 1854.

JS0730            Richards, Robert. The Californian Crusoe or The Lost Treasure Found, a Tale of Mormonism. New York: Stanford and Swords, 1854. Photocopy, excerpt.

JS0731            Thomas L. Nichols, Woman in All Ages and Nations (New York: Fowlers and Wells, 1854), 105: photocopy, excerpt.

JS0732            Ferris, Mrs. B[enjamin]. G. The Mormons at Home, with Some Incidents of Travel from Missouri to California. New York: Dix and Edwards, 1856. Photocopy, excerpt.

JS0733            Gerhard, Fred. Illinois as It Is. Chicago: Keen and Lee, 1857, excerpt, photocopy.

JS0734            Phelps, W. W., Letter to Brigham Young, August 12, 1861. Brigham Young Collection, LDS Church History Library. Printed in Fred C. Collier, ed. Unpublished Revelations of the Prophets and Presidents of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2d ed. Salt Lake City: Collier’s Publishing, 1981, 57-58; also printed in Jerald and Sandra Tanner, eds. Mormonism like Watergate?: An Answer to Hugh Nibley. Salt Lake City: Modern Microfilm, 1974, 6-8. Photocopy of holograph.

JS0735            Syme, William, Life Among the Mormons and A March to Their Zion, New York, Moorhead, Simpson, and Bond, 1868, excerpt, photocopy.

JS0736            Noble, Joseph B., affidavit regarding angel with a sword, transcript, 1869

JS0737            Smith, George A. Letter to Joseph Smith III, October 9, 1869. Also in Journal History, October 9, 1869, LDS Church History Library. Photocopy in my possession. Also in Richard E. Turley Jr. Selected Collections from the Archives of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Provo, Utah: BYU Press, [2002], vol. 2, DVD #5.  Typescript.

JS0738            Beadle, John Hanson. Life in Utah: Or, the Mysteries and Crimes of Mormonism. Philadelphia: National Publishing, 1870.  Excerpt, typescript, angel with sword.

JS0739            McLellin, William E. “Jackson County.” Salt Lake Tribune, October 6, 1875, 4. Photocopy.

JS0740            Trumble, Alfred. The Mysteries of Mormonism: A Full Exposure of Its Secret Practices and Hidden Crimes, by an Apostle’s Wife. New York: Richard K. Fox, Proprietor, Police Gazette, ca. 1882. Photocopy, excerpt.

JS0741            Snow, Erastus 1883 regarding angel with sword, in A. Karl Larson and Katherine Miles Larson, Diary of Charles Lowell Walker, 2 Volumes, Utah State University Press, Logan, Utah, 1980, 2:611, entry for June 17, 1883.

JS0742            Robinson, Joseph Lee, MS 7042 1-3, LDS Church Archives, angel and sword

JS0743            Cannon, Angus Munn. “Ecclesiastes as an Interviewer.” Deseret News Weekly, July 29, 1885, 6. Photocopy.

JS0744            Gurley, Zenos H., Letter to Lyman O. Littlefield, April 13, 1886, Utah State Journal,[check source] 6-5-1886.

JS0745           J.J.J. “Two Prophets’ Widows: A Visit to the Relicts of Joseph Smith and Brigham Young, the Present Occupants of the Lion House and Bee-Hive, A Peep into the Big Parlor Where Brigham Held Family Prayers–Aunt Zinah and Eliza R. Snow, the Poetess, August 8, 1887. St. Louis Globe-Democrat, August 18, 1887, p. 6, col. E. Photocopy.

JS0746            Kennedy, James H. Early Days of Mormonism: Palmyra, Kirtland and Nauvoo. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1888. Photocopy, excerpt.

JS0747            Metcalf, Anthony. Ten Years before the Mast. Malad, Ida.: Author, 1888. Photocopy, excerpt.

JS0748            Beadle, J. H., “Spiritual Wives: Their Career in Utah is Finally Ended,” The North American, October 17, 1890.

JS0749            Reynolds, George. Letter to H. Neidig, June 7, 1892. In Wilford Woodruff Letterbook, Vol. 10, p. 350. LDS Church History Library.  Typescript.

JS0750            Bays. David H., Doctrines and Dogmas of Mormonism Examined and Refuted. St. Louis: Christian Publishing, 1897, chapter excerpt.

JS0751           Partridge, Emily, Letter to W. Collins, January 27, 1899. MS 2845. LDS Church History Library. Photo of holograph available at http://partridge.parkinsonfamily.org/histories/emily-collins.pdf (accessed January 23, 2011).

JS0752            Huntington, Zina, “Evidence from Zina D. Huntington Young.” Interviewed by John Wight, October 1, 1898. Saints Herald 52, no. 2 (January 11, 1905): 28-30. Photocopy.

JS0753            First Presidency to Alfred Budge, February 6, 1908. Typescript.

JS0754            Shook, Charles A. The True Origin of Mormon Polygamy. Cincinnati, Ohio: Standard Publishing, 1914, excerpts, photocopy.

JS0755            Beardsley, Harry M. Joseph Smith and His Mormon Empire. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1931. Photocopy, excerpt.

JS0756            Pratt, Paley Parker, article discussing him in Utah Genealogical Magazine, XXVII, 1936.

JS0757            Waspe, Ileen, “The Status of Woman in the Philosophy of Mormonism from 1830 to 1845,” May, 1942.

JS0758            Turley, Louis O., “The Affects of Plural Marriage upon the Present Membership of the Church,” Thesis.

JS0759            Wright, Lyle O., “Origins and Development of the Church of the Firstborn of the Fulness of Times,” Masters Thesis, BYU, 1963.

JS0760            Mouritsen, Robert G. “The Office of Associate President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.” M.A. thesis, Brigham Young University, 1972, excerpts.

JS0761            Quinn, D. Michael, “The Mormon Hierarchy, 1832-1932: An American Elite.” Ph.D. diss., Yale University, 1976.

JS0762            Hutchins, Robert D. “Joseph Smith III: Moderate Mormon.” M.A. thesis, Brigham Young University, 1977.

JS00763            Pond, Douglas, Pillars of Mormonism: A Kindly Review of Mormonism in a Careful Comparison With the Bible, Washington, D.C.: Hearld Publishing, excerpt on D&C 132

JS0764            Toscano, Paul, “Oath and Covenant of the Melchizedek Priesthood,” 1983.

JS0765           Kumar, Krishan, “Utopian thought and communal practice: Robert Owen and the Owenite communities,” Theory and Society, Vol. 19, No. 1, (Feb., 1990), pp. 1-35

JS0766            Kimball, James L., Jr. “A Wall to Defend Zion: The Nauvoo Charter.” BYU Studies 15 (Summer 1975): 491-97.

JS0767            Outhwaite, R. B. “Age at Marriage in England from the Late Seventeenth to the Nineteenth Century.” Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, Fifth Series, 23 (1973): 55-70.

JS0768            Bradley, Don and Brian C. Hales, “Joseph Smith, an Angel with a Drawn Sword, and Plural Marriage.”

JS0769            Bailey. Raymond T., “Emma Hale: Wife of the Prophet Joseph Smith.” M.A. thesis, Brigham Young University, 1952.

JS0770            Bradley, Don, research on Balaam and the angel with a drawn sword.

JS0771            Foster, Larry [William Lawrence]. “Between Two Worlds: The Origins of Shaker Celibacy, Oneida Community Complex Marriage, and Mormon Polygamy.” Ph.D. diss., University of Chicago, 1976.

JS0772            Walker, Lucy quoted in the Box Elder News, 1906, May 3, page 7.

JS0773            “The Josephites,” in Box Elder News, 1907, August 22, page 1.

JS0774            Ensign, Mary Dunn, et al., quoted in the Box Elder News 1907, August 29, page 1.

JS0775            Brooke, John L. “‘Of Whole Nations Being Born in One Day”: Marriage, Money, and Magic in the Mormon Cosmos, 1830-1846.” Social Science Information 30 (1991): 107-32.

JS0776            Godfrey, Kenneth W.  “Causes of Mormon-Non-Mormon Conflict in Hancock County, Illinois, 1839-1846.” Ph.D. diss., Brigham Young University, 1967.

JS0777            D&C 132 research on the meaning of “conditions of the law” (v. 7).

JS0778            Avery, Valeen Tippetts, “Insanity and the Sweet Singer: A Biography of David Hyrum Smith, 1844-1904,” PhD dissertation, Northen Arizona University, January 1984.

JS0779            Smutz, Lois Jean, “Textual Parallels to the Doctrine and Covenants (sections 65-133) as found in the Bible,” MRE Degree, 1971.

JS0780            Young, Brigham journal for October 23, 1843

JS0781            Smith, Joseph F., Comments on D&C 132, at Utah Stake Quarterly Conference, March 3-4, 1883. typescript.

JS0782            Ehat, Andrew F. “An Overview of the Introduction of Eternal Marriage in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1840-1843.” 1980. Paper for History 690.

JS0783            Roberts, B. H. analysis of D&C 132.

JS0784            Analysis of section 132, unknown author

JS0785            Rollins, Eveline. “One More Testimony.” Deseret Evening News, May 31, 1904, 4.

JS0786            Pfeiffer, Emily. Flying Leaves from East and West. London: Field and Tuer, 1885. Photocopy, excerpt. Angel and sword.

JS0787            Beecher, Maureen Ursenbach, Linda King Newell, and Valeen Tippetts Avery. “Emma and Eliza and the Stairs.” BYU Studies 22 (Winter 1982): 87-96.

JS0788            Osterud, Nancy and John Fulton, “Family Limitation and Age at Marriage: Fertility Decline in Sturbridge, Massachusetts 1730-1850,”

JS0789            Godfrey, Kenneth W.,  “A New Look at the Alleged Little Known Discourse by Joseph Smith,” BYU Studies 9, no. 1 (Autumn 1968): 49-55.

JS0790            Dibble, Hannah Ann Dubois. Obituary. Deseret News, November 25, 1893, 32.

JS0791            Ehat, Andrew F. “The Holy Order in Nauvoo,” essay.

JS0792            Kraut, Ogden, Analysis and study of The Peace Maker by Udney Jacob

JS0793            Pratt, Orson, excerpt from THE SEER on the Law of Sarah

JS0794            Launius, Roger D. “And There Came Prophets in the Land Again: The Life of Joseph Smith III, 1832-1914, Mormon Reformer.” PhD Dissertation, 1978.

JS0795            Snow, Lorenzo, “Discourse by President Lorenzo Snow,” August 31, 1899, Millennial Star, 61:545-49.

JS0796            Gallman, James M. “Determinants of Age at Marriage in Colonial Perquimans County, North Carolina.” William and Mary Quarterly, Third Series, 39, no. 1 (January 1982): 176-91.

JS0797            Smith, Joseph F., Address. Utah Stake Quarterly Conference, March 3-4, 1883, USHS #64904, p. 271. Typescript.

JS0798            Turner, Charles Millard, “Joseph Smith III and the Mormons of Utah,” PhD dissertation, 1985.

JS0799            Thompson, Mercy, to Joseph Smith III, in Letter to A. M. Musser, January 31, 1886. Published as “An Important Testimony.” Deseret News, February 6, 1886.

JS0800            Riggs, Michael S., and John E. Thompson. “Joseph Smith, Jr., and ‘The Notorious Case of Aaron Lyon’: Evidence of Earlier Doctrinal Development of Salvation for the Dead and a Trigger for the Practice of Polyandry?” John Whitmer Historical Association Journal 26 (2006): 101-19.

JS0801             Millett, Robert L., “The Holy Order of God (Alma 13)” essay.

JS0802             Nauvoo Expositor. Hancock County, Ill., June 7, 1844. Typescript.

JS0803             Hartley, William G.,  “Newel and Lydia Bailey Knight’s Kirtland Love Story and Historic Wedding.” BYU Studies 39, no. 4 (2000): 6-22.

JS0804             Parkin, Max H. “Conflict at Kirtland: A Study of the Nature and Causes of External and Internal Conflict of the Mormons in Ohio between 1830 and 1838.” M.A. thesis, Brigham Young University, 1966.

JS0805             Is Plural Marriage Essential for Salvation? Notes by Don Bradley

JS0806             Miles, Carrie A., “Polygamy and the Economics of Salvation,” Sunstone (August 1998)

JS0807              Gregory, Thomas J. “Sidney Rigdon: Post Nauvoo.” BYU Studies 21 (Winter 1981): 51-67.

JS0808              Ivins, Stanley S. Notes. Stanley S. Ivins Collection. Utah State Historical Society.

JS0809              Ivins, Stanley S. Notebooks, Cards . Stanley S. Ivins Collection. Utah State Historical Society.

JS0810              Ivins, Stanley S. Notebooks, Vols. 1. Excerpts. part 1. Stanley S. Ivins Collection. Utah State Historical Society.

JS0811              Ivins, Stanley S. Notebooks, Vols. 1. Excerpts. part 2. Stanley S. Ivins Collection. Utah State Historical Society.

JS0812              Ivins, Stanley S. Notebooks, Vols. 2. Excerpts. Stanley S. Ivins Collection. Utah State Historical Society.

JS0813              Ivins, Stanley S. Notebooks, Vols. 3. Excerpts. Stanley S. Ivins Collection. Utah State Historical Society.

JS0814              Ivins, Stanley S. Notebooks, Vols. 4. Excerpts. Stanley S. Ivins Collection. Utah State Historical Society.

JS0815              Ivins, Stanley S. Notebooks, Vols. 5. Excerpts. Stanley S. Ivins Collection. Utah State Historical Society.

JS0816              Ivins, Stanley S. Notebooks, Vols. 6. Excerpts. Stanley S. Ivins Collection. Utah State Historical Society.

JS0817              Ivins, Stanley S. Notebooks, Vols. 7. Excerpts. Stanley S. Ivins Collection. Utah State Historical Society.

JS0818              Ivins, Stanley S. Notebooks, Vols. 8. Excerpts. Stanley S. Ivins Collection. Utah State Historical Society.

JS0819 Ivins, Stanley S. Notebooks, Vols. 9. Excerpts. Stanley S. Ivins Collection. Utah State Historical Society.

JS0820              Ivins, Stanley S. Notebooks, Vols. 10. Excerpts. Stanley S. Ivins Collection. Utah State Historical Society.

JS0821 vIvins, Stanley S. Notebooks, Vols. 11. Excerpts. Stanley S. Ivins Collection. Utah State Historical Society.

JS0822              Ivins, Stanley S. Notebooks, Vols. 12. Excerpts. Stanley S. Ivins Collection. Utah State Historical Society.

JS0823              Ivins, Stanley S. Notebooks, Vols. 13. Excerpts. Stanley S. Ivins Collection. Utah State Historical Society.

JS0824              Ivins, Stanley S. Notebooks, Vols. 14. Excerpts. Stanley S. Ivins Collection. Utah State Historical Society.

JS0825 Ivins, Stanley S. Notebooks, Vols. 15. Excerpts. Stanley S. Ivins Collection. Utah State Historical Society.

JS0826              Ivins, Stanley S. Notebooks, Vols. 16. Excerpts. Stanley S. Ivins Collection. Utah State Historical Society.

JS0827              Oaks, Dallin H. “The Suppression of the Nauvoo Expositor.” Utah Law Review 9 (Winter 1965): 861-903.

JS0828              Jaques, Vienna, “In Memoriam,” obituary of Vienna Jaques in Woman’s Exponent. Undated photocopy. No mention of polygamy.

JS0829              Woodford, Robert John. “The Historical Development of the Doctrine and Covenants.” Ph.D. diss., Brigham Young University, 1974.

JS0830              Van Orden, Bruce, “Writing to Zion: The William W. Phelps Kirtland Letters (1835-1836),” BYU Studies 33, no. 3 (1993)

JS0831              Radke-Moss, Andrea G. (2000). “We Also Marched: The Women and Children of Zion’s Camp, 1834.”. BYU Studies 39:1 (147-165).

JS0832               Nauvoo Neighbor, February 14, 1844 photocopy Vol. 1, no. 42.

JS0833               Hales, Brian, Notes from November 14, 2007

JS0834              Bradshaw, M. Scott. “Joseph Smith’s Performance of Marriages in Ohio.” BYU Studies 39, no. 4 (2000): 23-68.

JS0835               Grant, Heber, J. Letter to Ray O. Wyland, December 12, 1936, pp. 3-4. MS 1233. Restricted, LDS Church History Library. Typescript.

JS0836               Kirtland Elders Quorum record book, transcript, excerpts.

JS0837               Cowdery, Oliver, “Defence in a Rehearsal of my Grounds for Separating Myself from the Latter Day Saints,”  forgery–not written by Cowdery

JS0838              McKiernan, F. Mark, ed. “Eliza R. Snow Letter from Missouri to Esqr. Streator February 22, 1839.” BYU Studies 13, no. 4 (1973): 544-52.

JS0839               “The Mormons and their Prophet,” The Congregational Observer, vol. 2, no. 1, Hartford and New Haven July 3, 1841, typescript.

JS0840               Hales, Brian, study of the childbearing of Joseph Smith’s wives after the martyrdom and their remarriages.

JS0841               Smith, Joseph, Letter to Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland, May 24, 1839. Typescript in Vesta Pierce Crawford Papers. MS 125, Box 1, fd. 7, Marriott Library.

JS0842               Fisher, Josephine R. Lyons. Affidavit, February 24, 1915. Typescript.

JS0843               Smith, Joseph, letters to Letter to Emma Smith, November 4 and 12,1838; March 21, 1839, April 4, 1839, 1840; August. 16, 1842. Typescripts; excerpts from . Photocopy of holograph. Linda King Newell Collection. MS 447, Box 9, fd. 37-38, Marriott Library.

JS0844               Smith, Joseph, list of children and Nauvoo properties

JS0845               Hovey, Joseph Grafton. Journal, MS 1576. LDS Church History Library. Digitized version at http://www.boap.org/LDS/Early‑Saints/JHovey.html (accessed January 29, 2010).

JS0846               Taylor, John, 27 June 1854; Sermon in honor of martyrdom, Papers of George D. Watt MS 4534, box 2, disk 2, 1854 images 146-175, Sermon not in Journal of Discourses or in CR 100 317

JS0847               Snider, Edward George, “The Life of John Snider.”  Essay.

JS0848               Snider, John,  Family Group Sheet with Sylvia Ameretta MEACHAM (MECHAM) wife.

JS0849               Snider, John, John Snider [1800-1875], historical essay.

JS0850               Reeder, Jennifer, “Eliza R. Snow and the Prophet’s Gold Watch: Time Keeper as Relic,” Journal of Mormon History, 31 (Spring 2005) 1: 119-141.

JS0851                Ward, Maurine Carr, “1842 Census of Nauvoo Identification of Members Civil Ward One, ” The Nauvoo Journal Spring 1992.

JS0852               Ward, Maurine Carr, “A Partial List of Church Members Living in Nauvoo,” The Nauvoo Journal.

JS0853                Grant, Jedediah, Journal of Discourses, Vol.2, p.10 – p.11, Jedediah M. Grant, February 19, 1854, typescript.

JS0854              Stephenson, J. E., Statement January 7, 1885 in Linda King Newell Collection, Marriott Library, University of Utah.

JS0855              Bennett, John C., letters to the Sangamo Journal, outline of contents.

JS0856              Pratt, Parley and Mary Ann Frost. Early draft of chapter portion

JS0857              Scott, James Wesley, “The Jacob and Sarah Warnock Scott Family, 1779-1910,” June 2002.

JS0858              Ivins, Stanley, list of “Women Sealed to Joseph Smith,” photocopy of typed list.

JS0859              Ivins, Stanley, “Some of the Many Comments on Mormon Marriage Customs Appearing in Print Before 1852,” transcript, excerpts by Ivins.

JS0860              Ivins, Stanley, “Notes of Early Polygamy,” typed. Photocopy.

JS0861              Ivins, Stanley, “Wives of Joseph Smith,” Handwritten notes on 84 women (many sealed post-humously). This list was transcribed and printed by the Tanners in Joseph Smith and Polygamy.

JS0862              Morley, Richard Henrie. “The Life and Contributions of Isaac Morley.” M.A. thesis, Brigham Young University, 1965.

JS0863              Anderson, Duwayne, Review of Todd Compton’s In Sacred Loneliness.

JS0864              Isaiah 4:1 notes

JS0865              Horne, Isabell Hales, “Migration and Settlement of the Latter-day Saints,” Salt Lake City, 1884, typescript.

JS0866              Smith, Hyrum, April 8, 1844, discourse not published.  Transcript. On Richard E. Turley, Jr. Selected Collections from the Archives of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Provo, Utah: BYU Press, vol. 1, DVD # 1, volume 6, pages 1984-91.  The edited form of the discourse including in the History of the Church (6:320-21) is found on page 11 of the addendum, which begins after page 2028.

JS0867              Pratt, Parley P., An Appeal to the Inhabitants of the State of New York, Letter to Queen Victoria, the Fountain of Knowledge; Immortality of the Body, and Intelligence and Affection, Nauvoo, Illinois: John Taylor, 1844, 38-39.  Excerpt discussing homosexual behavior.

JS0868              Kimball, Helen Mar, poem typescript and copy of holograph reproduced in Jeni Broberg Holzapfel and Richard Neitzel Holzapfel, eds., A Woman’s View: Helen Mar Whitney’s Reminiscences of Early Church History, Provo, Utah: Religious Studies Center, BYU, 1997, 482-87.

JS0869              “Historicus,” notes on possible identify of author as William Gill Mills, father of Mannie Pickett

JS0870              Huntingon, Zina, comment on Emma Smith, November 22, 1895,  Linda King Newell Collection MS 447 bx 17 fd 35 typescript.

JS0871              Rollins, Mary Elizabeth, “Statement” signed Feb. 8, 1902 (Vesta Crawford Papers, MS 125, bx1 fd 11, Original owned by Mrs. Nell Osborne, SLC (courtesy Juanita Brooks)

JS0872              Partridge, Emily, Statements, transcripts, excerpts.

JS0873              Harrell, Charles R. “This Is My Doctrine”: The Development of Mormon Theology. Salt Lake City: Greg Kofford Books, 2011, excerpt on “The Preexistence.”

JS0874              Smith, Joseph, Letter on happiness. Transcripts.

JS0875            Smith, Gregory L., review of early draft of Joseph Smith’s Polygamy: History and Theology.

JS0876             Bruce, John H., “Letter from Reverend John H. Bruce, Protestant Minister,” from The Nauvoo Journal.

JS0877            Prior, Samuel A., “A Visit to Nauvoo by Samuel A. Prior, Methodist Minister from the Times and Seasons,” transcript from The Nauvoo Journal.

JS0878             Pratt, Parley P., “Celestial Family Organization.” Millennial Star 5, no. 12 (May 1845): 189-94. Rpt. under the same title from The Prophet (New York City) 2 (1845): 52-57.

JS0879             Pratt, Orson.  in The Seer, photocopy of bound copy of entire series.

JS0880             Greely, Horace, 1855, May 16, photocopy of newspaper article–unknown source.

JS0881             1860 Instructions to Census Marshalls, photocopy “Instructions to U.S. Marshals, Instructions to Assistants”

JS0882             Hayden, Amos, S., Early History of the Disciples in the Western Reserve, Ohio. Cincinnati, Ohio: Chase and Hall, 1875, transcript.

JS0883            Snow, Eliza R., Letter to Daniel Munns, May 30, 1877. Transcript.

JS0884             “Joseph the Seer’s Plural Marriages: His Wife Emma’s Consent Thereto,” Deseret News, 1879, October 22, Benjamin F. Johnson. Photocopy of article.

JS0885             “The Prophet’s Birthday,” Dec. 24th, 1880 in Deseret News, January 12, 1881. Photocopy.

JS0886             Smith III,  Joseph, letter to William B. Smith, March 11, 1882, P6, Joseph Smith III Letter Book 3, page, 335-36.

JS0887             Crocheron, Augusta Joyce. Representative Women of Deseret: A Book of Biographical Sketches to Accompany the Picture Bearing the Same Title. Salt Lake City: J. C. Graham, 1884.

JS0888             “Ecclesiastes as an Interviewer: Discourse with his Son Angus on Modern Subjects in Ancient Style,” Deseret News, July 29, 1885. Photocopy.

JS0889             Bancroft, Hubert Howe. History of Utah, 1450-1887. San Francisco: History Company, 1889.

JS0890             Smith III, Joseph, letter to J. F. Mintun, 13 March 1891, Joseph Smith III Papers, P15, f17, item 7, 8, typescript.

JS0891             Jenson, Andrew, “Joseph Smith a True Prophet,” Deseret Weekly, March 14, 1891, photocopy.

JS0892             Smith III, Joseph, Letter to “Mr. Crotcher,” June 8, 1893. Miscellaneous Letters and Papers, P13, f431. Community of Christ Archives.

JS0893             Smith, Gregory L., Essay on John C. Bennett and Sidney Rigdon and his family.

JS0894             Smith, Gregory L., review of early draft of Joseph Smith’s Polygamy: History and Theology. Second half.

JS0895             Rockwell, George, letters.  June 20, 1838.  August 3, 1843. September 23, 1845. November 15, 1846. Transcripts.

JS0896             Hinckley, Gordon B., on Larry King Live, “Gordon Hinckley: Distinguished Religious Leader of the Mormons” Aired September 8, 1998 – 9:00 p.m. ET

JS0897             Hinckley, Gordon B., with Don Lattin, the San Francisco Chronicle religion writer. The article was dated Sunday, April 13, 1997

JS0898             Foster, Larry “Sex and Prophetic Power: A Comparison of John Humphrey Noyes, Founder of the Oneida Community, with Joseph Smith, Jr., the Mormon Prophet.” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 31, no. 4 (Winter 1998): 65-83.

JS0899             Fleming, Stephen, “To Organize a Nucleus of Heaven”: A New View of Joseph Smith’s Marital Practices,” essay.

JS0900             Terrell, William, “Statement regarding Death of Joseph Smith Jr., January 3, 1902.” Joseph Smith Jr. Papers, P70-1, fd. 19, Community of Christ Archives.

JS0901            Committee report of the difference between “Celestial Marriage” and “Plural Marriage.”

JS0902            Margetts, P., “The Reformation,” Deseret News, Nov. 26, 1856, typescript.

JS0903            Smith, Joseph F. “Discourse delivered by Elder Joseph F. Smith,” April 2, 1877. Photocopy from Deseret News, January 30, 1878.

JS0904            Upton, Harriet Taylor. History of the Western Reserve. Chicago: Lewis Publishing, 1910. Volume 1.

JS0905            Upton, Harriet Taylor. History of the Western Reserve. Chicago: Lewis Publishing, 1910. Volume 2.

JS0906            Smith, Alexander Hale. “Account.” Autumn Leaves [Lamoni, Iowa] 14 (August 1901): 349–51.

JS0907            Norman, Mary B. (Smith),  to Ina (Smith) Coolbrith, 3 February, 1911, typescript, original at P13, f1078, Community of Christ Archives

JS0908            The Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine, volume X, 1919. photocopy complete.

JS0909            Bean, Cheryl Harmon. “LDS Baptisms in Erie County, Pennsylvania, 1831-1833. Nauvoo Journal 5, no. 2 (Fall 1993): 59-102.

JS0910            Hardy, B. Carmon and Dan Erickson, “‘Regeneration–Now and Evermore!’: Mormon Polygamy and the Physical Rehabilitation of Humankind.” Journal of the History of Sexuality 10.1 (2001) 40-61 .

JS0911            Bergera, Gary James, “The Earliest Eternal Sealings of Civilly Married Couples Living and Dead.” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 35, no. 3 (Fall 2002): 41-66.

JS0912            McCoy, John W. “True Grit and Tall Tales: How Mary Ettie Coray (1827–1867) Got Her Man.” 2006. Unpublished manuscript.

JS0913            The “Fatherhood of God” research.

JS0914            Van Wagoner, Richard S. to Linda King Newell, undated.  Linda King Newell Collection, bx 11 fd 4, Marriott Library regarding Fanny Alger

JS0915            Tinney, Thomas Milton, “Fanny Alger, the first plural wife of the prophet Joseph Smith Jr., a preliminary genealogical report,” CHL, microfilm, MS 9034

JS0916            Woolsey, Theodore D., Essay on Divorce and Divorce Legislation with Special Reference to the United States, New York: Charles Scribner, 1869.

JS0917            Smith, Emma, to Joseph Smith April 25, 1837 and May 5, 1837, excerpts, transcripts, in LKN Collection MS 447 bx 9 fd 31

JS0918            Daynes, Kathryn, to Brian C. Hales, Emails re: Pioneer Julia Ann Snider, November 2012

JS0919            Snider, Julia, death certificate, photocopy

JS0920            Kimball, Stanley B. Heber C. Kimball: Mormon Patriarch and Pioneer. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1981. Chapter 9, “A Time of Testing.”

JS0921            Joseph Smith’s plural wives after the martyrdom, chart of Church activities from Compton.

JS0922            Smith, Lucy Meserve  Statement May 18th, 1892 handwritten, typescript.

JS0923            Cowdery, Oliver, Letters of Oliver Cowdery. [Note: Originals are available at Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, San Marino, California; and/or are reproduced in Stanley R. Gunn, Oliver Cowdery: Second Elder and Scribe (Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1962).]

JS0924            Lewis, Hiel. Quotes Levi Lewis, in “That Mormon History: Reply to Elder Cadwell.” Amboy Journal, August 6, 1879, 1, typescript from Uncle Dale’s.

JS0925            Newell, Linda King, description of collection contents at the Marriott Library, University of Utah.

JS0926             “A Study of the Mormon Practice of Plural Marriage before the Death of Joseph Smith.” M.A. thesis, Purdue University, 1975. Pages 1-175

JS0927             “A Study of the Mormon Practice of Plural Marriage before the Death of Joseph Smith.” M.A. thesis, Purdue University, 1975. Pages 176-354

JS0928             Ehat, Andrew, “Joseph Smith’s Introduction of Temple Ordinances and the Mormon Succession Question.” M.A. thesis, Brigham Young University, 1982.

JS0929             Wyatt, Allen, to Brian Hales 11-22-09 suggestions on chapters.

JS0930             Compton, Todd, “Early Marriage in Nineteenth-Century Mormon Polygamy and Nineteenth-Century New England: What Was the Norm?” essay

JS0931             Hales, Brian, Numbering Abraham Seed research

JS0932             Richins, Jeff. After the Trial of Your Faith: The Story of Edmund and Mary Ann Richardson. Dexter, Ore: Jeff Richins, 2003.

JS0933             Allred, Alma G.,  Reivew of Todd Compton’s In Sacred Loneliness.

JS0934             Lyman, Annie – research notes on Annie Lyman

JS0935             Bachman, Danel W.  “Prologue to the Study of Joseph Smith’s Marital Theology, Todd Compton. In Sacred Loneliness: The Plural Wives of Joseph Smith. Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1997. xv + 788 pp., with notes and index. $39.95.”

JS0936             Hales Brian C., “A response to D. Michael Quinn’s, “EVIDENCE FOR THE SEXUAL SIDE OF JOSEPH SMITH’S POLYGAMY,” Comments on Session #2A Reconsidering Joseph Smith’s Marital Practices Mormon History Association’s Annual Conference, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, June 29, 2012, (abbreviated version, revised during July)” August 18, 2012

JS0937             Park, Benjamin, “(Re)Interpreting Early Mormon Thought: Synthesizing Joseph Smith’s Theology and the Politics of Religion Formation in Antebellum America.”

JS0938             Winchester, Benjamin, Winchester’s Last Testimony, Council Bluffs, Iowa, November 27, 1900.”

JS0939             Johnson, Benjamin F. to George F. Gibbs, 1903, transcript excerpt on polygamy.

JS0940             Smith, Jr.  Joseph F., Blood Atonement and the Origin of Plural Marriage, excerpt.

JS0941             Boston Post, Vol. XXIV no. 108 Monday, May 6, 1844 and Vol. XXIV No. 117 Thursday, May 16, 1844, transcript, excerpts.

JS0942             Oaks, Dallin H., Gospel Teachings About Lying  fireside address was given to faculty, students, and alumni of BYU on September 12, 1993.

JS0943             Compton, Todd, Response to Brian Hales, “Joseph Smith’s Sexual Polyandry and the Emperor’s New Clothes: On Closer Inspection, What Do We Find?” Sunstone paper, July 27, 2012

JS0944             Compton, Todd, Response to the Tanners “review” of In Sacred Loneliness.

JS0945            Compton, Todd M., “Truth, Honesty and Moderation in Mormon History: A Response to Anderson, Faulring and Bachman’s Reviews of In Sacred Loneliness,” First published in pamphlet form and on the internet, July 2001

JS0946             “Contextomy 2,” essay.

JS0947             Deseret News comments on plural marriage 1862 to 1886.  Transcripts.

JS0948             “Continuation of the seeds” discussion from D&C 132

JS0949            Ehat, Andrew, “Joseph Smith’s Introduction of Temple Ordinances and the Mormon Succession Question.” M.A. thesis, Brigham Young University, 1982, reformatted.

JS0950             Deseret News May 6, 1885. “Josephite Conference” and “The Mormon Question.”

JS0951              Ostler, Blake. “The Idea of Pre-Existence in the Development of Mormon Thought.” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 15, no. 1 (Spring 1982): 59–78.

JS0952             “Did Joseph Smith Marry Young Girls?” Essay, author unknown.

JS0953            “Report of Elders Orson Pratt and Joseph F. Smith. September 17, 1878,” Deseret News, November 27, 1878,

JS0954              Ebenezer Robinson to Jason W. Briggs, January 28, 1880, MS 4631, CHD, Access No: 26997-ARCH (2000024)

JS0955             Hull, John M., ‘The Education of The Religious Fanatic’ in Jeff Astley, Leslie J. Francis and Mandy Robbins (eds) Peace or Violence: The Ends of Religion and Education? Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2007, pp 46-63.

JS0956             Partridge, Emily, detailed bibliography

JS0957             Partridge Young, Emily Dow to Mary Elizabeth Lightner, April 28, 1886, copy of holograph in LKNC, Marriott Library, University of Utah.) Transcript, excerpt.

JS0958             Millikin, Lucy, MS f100 Lucy Misserve Smith Papers, transcript, excerpt.

JS0959             Walker, Lucy, Statement.  Appears to be identical to “Important Contribution.” In Lyman Omer Littlefield, Reminiscences of Latter-day Saints: Giving an Account of Much Individual Suffering Endured for Religious Conscience. Logan: Utah Journal, 1888, 37-54.

JS0960             Cook, Lyndon, 2012 catalogue-web-version-0526

JS0961             Mace, Edwin. Letter to [President Anthony] Ivens [sic], 1928. Typescript (many errors) copy in Stanley S. Ivins Collection, Utah State Historical Society.

JS0962             Jeffress, Melinda Evans, “Mapping Historic Nauvoo,” BYU Studies, 32 (Winter and Srping 1991) no. 1-2, 269-73, along with other

JS0963           Nauvoo maps

JS0964             West, Margarret, Testimony of Margaret [Cooper] West

JS0965             West, Margaret Cooper, “Testimony of Margaret West: In Presence of Jesse N. Smith, Smauel H. Rogers, Smith D. Rogers, and others.” Photocopy of undated newspaper clipping.

JS0966             Brotherton, Martha H. Affidavit, July 13, 1842. typescript.  See Sangamo Journal (Springfield, Illinois) 10 (July 22, 1842); rpt. from Native American Bulletin (St. Louis) 1 (July 16, 1842); and rpt. in  Warsaw [Illinois] Signal, July 23, 1842; New York Herald 8 (July 25, 27, 1842); Louisville Daily Journal 12 (July 25, 1842): 183 (extracts); Alton [Illinois] Telegraph and Democratic Review 7 (July 30, 1842); Quincy [Illinois] Whig, 5 (August 6, 1842): [2].

JS0967             Partridge, George F. “The Death of a Mormon Dictator: Letters of Massachusetts Mormons, 1843-1848.” New England Quarterly 9, no. 4 (December 1936): 583-96, typescript.

JS0968             Horne, Mary Isabella Hales [catalogued as Mrs. Joseph Horne]. “Migration and Settlement of the Latter Day Saints, Salt Lake City, 1884.” Excerpts, typescript. In Utah and the Mormons Collection, Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley. Microfilm copy, MS 8305, Reel 1, item 31, pp. 33-34, LDS Church History Library

JS0969             Rollins, Mary Elizabeth, Address to Brigham Young University, April 14, 1905, BYU Archives, typescript.

JS0970             De Groote, Mormon Miscellaneous, Deseret News, January 22, 2009

JS0971             Lott, Malissa, Testimony at the Temple Lot case. Transcript.

JS0972            Rollins Lightner, Mary Elizabeth, to Emmeline B. Wells, summer 1905, MS 282, CA; copy of holograph in Linda King Newell Collection Ms 447, bx 9, fd 2.

JS0973             Marquardt, Michael, catelogue of collection at the University of Utah Marriott Library.

JS0974            Milton, John. Treatise on Christian Doctrine, Compiled from the Holy Scriptures Alone. Edited by Charles R. Sumner. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1825. Photocopy of book.

JS0975             Nauvoo Charter information

JS0976              Platt, Lyman D., “1842 Hancock County Tax Records,” The Nauvoo Journal

JS0977              Warsaw Signal April 5, 1844. Brief excerpt.

JS0978              Bridwell, John T., “Origin of American Polygamy,” The Arena: The World’s Leading Review, May 1903, 471. Brief excerpt.

JS0979              Braden, Clark, “Did Joseph Smith Teach and Practice Polygamy?” Christian Oracle, April 30, 1891, 4. transcript. Excerpt.

JS0980              Bell, Edward John, Latter-day Delusions or the inconsistencies of Mormonism, Norwich, England: Thomas Priest, 1853, 14: transcript, excerpt.

JS0981              Terry, Thomas S., Diaries of Thomas Sirls Terry, 1825 – Records 1825-1877, IX, 5.  Typewritten copy BYU library in Mormon Diaries, XIII.

JS0982              Corbett, Don Cecil, Mary Fielding Smith: Daughter of Britain, SLC: Deseret Book, 1966,154

JS0983              Pratt, Orson., July 24, 1859, Polygamy, Sermon by Elder Orson Pratt, Sen., delivered in the Tabernacle

JS0984              Pratt, Orson, The Seer, typescript.

JS0985              Olson, Floyd Donald, “Our Legacy of Faith, Tripp/Olson.”

JS0986              Pratt, Parley P. An Appeal to the Inhabitants of the State of New York, Letter to Queen Victoria, the Fountain of Knowledge; Immortality of the Body, and Intelligence and Affection. Nauvoo, Illinois: John Taylor, 1844. Transcript of chaper on “Intelligence and Affection.”

JS0987              Perkins, Keith W., “A Study of the Contributions of Andrew Jenson to the Writing and Preservation of LDS Church History.” M.A. thesis, Brigham Young University, 1971.

JS0988              Pratt, Parley, “Fragment of an Address, by P. P. Pratt.” Millennial Star 6, no. 2 (July 1, 1845): 22-23.

JS0989              Pratt, Parley Parker, Jr., ed. Autobiography of Parley Parker Pratt, One of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 1874, photocopy of entire book.

JS0990              Pratt, Parley, Key to the Science of Theology. Liverpool: F. D. Richards, 1855.

JS0991              The Peace Maker timeline

JS0992              Nauvoo property blocks for Joseph Smith, James Allred, Philo Dibble, Stephen Martindale Farnsworth, and George W. Harris.

JS0993              “The Prophet’s Death!,” Deseret News 1875

JS0994              Quinn, D. Michael, “Evidence for the Sexual Side of Joseph Smith”s Polygamy.” Comments on Mormon History Association Annual Conference, Session #2A, “Reconsidering Joseph Smith”s Marital Practices.” Calgary, Alberta, Canada, June 29, 2012.

JS0995              Quinn, D. Michael, “Evidence for the Sexual Side of Joseph Smith”s Polygamy.” Comments on Mormon History Association Annual Conference, Session #2A, “Reconsidering Joseph Smith”s Marital Practices.” Calgary, Alberta, Canada, June 29, 2012 (expanded-finalized, 31 December 2012; circulated in mid-2013).

JS0996              Hales, Brian C., “A response to D. Michael Quinn’s, ‘EVIDENCE FOR THE SEXUAL SIDE OF JOSEPH SMITH’S POLYGAMY,’ Comments on Session #2A Reconsidering Joseph Smith’s Marital Practices Mormon History Association’s Annual Conference, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, June 29, 2012,” (unabbreviated version, revised during July).  August 25, 2012.

JS0997              Hales, Brian, “Brian Hales’ Final Response to D. Michael Quinn’s ‘Evidence for the Sexual Side of Joseph Smith’s Polygamy,’ His Final Response to Hales’ 2012 MHA Presentation: ‘Joseph Smith’s Sexual Polyandry and the Emperor’s New Clothes: On Closer Inspection, What Do We Find?’” November 20, 2013.

JS0998              Reasons for Polygamy, research, unknown author.

JS0999              Skousen, Royal, on Ether 1:41 and printing error in first edition of Book of Mormon

JS1000              Jenson, Andrew, “Plural Marriage.” Historical Record: A Monthly Periodical Devoted Exclusively to Historical, Biographical, Chronological and Statistical Matters 6 (July 1887): 219-40. Jenson wrote this article on February 28, 1887.

 

JS1001            Ward, Maurine Carr, “‘This Institution Is a Good One”: The Female Relief Society of Nauvoo, 17 March 1842 to 16 March 1844.” Mormon Historical Studies 3, no. 2 (Fall 2002): 87-203.

JS1002            Nauvoo Relief Society transcript of minutes: Record of the Organization, and Proceedings of the Female Relief Society of Nauvoo, 1842-44

JS1003            Vose Sayer, Ruth, obituary, photocopy, unknown publishing details

JS1004            Smith, Joseph, blessing given to Sarah Ann Whitney, March 23, 1843, Nauvoo, typescript.

JS1005            Research material on Sarah Bapson, Sarah Rapson, Sarah Royson, Sarah Poulter, Sarah Poulterer. PDF

JS1006           Additional research material on Sarah Bapson, Sarah Rapson, Sarah Royson, Sarah Poulter, Sarah Poulterer. DOCX

JS1007            Scott, Sarah, as a possible plural wife of Joseph Smith research materials.

JS1008            Young, Seymour B., April 2, 1912, journal excerpt, transcript. Transcribed by BCH.

JS1009            2013 Changes in the headings of the Doctrine and Covenants and Pearl of Great Price.

JS1010            Muhlestein, Kerry, “Seeking Divine Interaction: Joseph Smith’s Varying Searches for the Supernatural.” Essay.

JS1011            Smith, David to Bro. Briggs, May 6, 1876 printing in the Salt Lake Tribune, May 7, 1876

JS1012            Salt Lake Tribune, November 24, 1876, re: Joseph Smith III visit to Utah

JS1013            Taylor, John, “The Origin and Destiny of Woman.” original in The Mormon 3 (August 29, 1857): 28. Reprint in Latter-day Saints Southern Star, June 30, 1906.

JS1014            Ivins, Stanley, handwritten notes on polygamy, 18 pages.

JS1015            Fleming, Stephen, “To Organize a Nucleus of Heaven”: A New View of Joseph Smith’s Marital Practices,” 2012 MHA presentation.

JS1016            Smith, Stephen Eliot. “Barbarians within the Gates: Congressional Debates on Mormon Polygamy, 18501879.” Journal of Church and State 51, no. 4 (Autumn 2009): 587616.

JS1017            Talmage, James E., “The Eternity of Sex,” Young Woman’s Journal, 25 (October 1914):  600-604, typescript.

JS1018            Baggette, S. Patrick, II. “The Temple Lot Case: Fraud in God’s Vineyard.” Journal of the John Whitmer Historical Society, 23 (2003) 121-36.

JS1019            Horne, Mary Isabella Hales [cataloged as Mrs. Joseph Horne], “Testimony of Sister M. Isabella Horne.” Typescript. Excerpt.

JS1020            Horne, Mary Isabella Hales [cataloged as Mrs. Joseph Horne], “Testimony of Sister M. Isabella Horne.” Photocopy of original transcript, 10 pages.

JS1021            The Wasp, July 27, 1842.  Extra. Typescript. The first page and a half of this Extra contain anti-Bennett copy re-printed from The Wasp of July 23, 1842.

JS1022            Michelet, M. Jules. The Life of Martin Luther: Gathered from His Own Writings. Transl by G. H. Smith. New York: D. Appleton, 1846. Photocopy of book.

JS1023            Jacob, Udney Hay,  An Extract, from a Manuscript Entitled The Peace Maker, or the Doctrines of the Millennium: Being a Treatise on Religion and Jurisprudence. Or a New System of Religion and Politicks. Nauvoo, Ill.: J. Smith, 1842. Transcript.

JS1024            Carver, Karen, “The Richard S. Van Wagoner Papers: A Register of the Collection.” The Richard S. Van Wagoner Papers,    Ms 597, Box [number], Manuscripts Division, Special Collections,    University of Utah Marriott Library,    Salt Lake City, Utah.

JS1025            Young, John Y, to Vesta Pierce Crawford, April 1931, Vesta Pierce Crawford Papers, MS 125 bx 3 fd 13, excerpt, transcript.

JS1026            J.M.H. “Editorial Correspondence.” Evangelical Magazine and Gospel Advocate (Utica, N.Y.), 2, no. 6 (February 5, 1831): 1.

JS1027            Jacques, Vienna, Chronology (also Jaques).

JS1028            Phelps, W. W. to Brigham Young, dated August 12, 1861, Joseph Smith Collection, Church Historians Office. Transcript.

JS1029            Walker, Kyle R. “Katharine Smith Salisbury and Lucy Smith Millikin’s Attitudes Toward Succession, the Reorganized Church, and Their Smith Relatives in Utah.” Mormon Historical Studies 3, no. 1 (Spring 2002): 165-72.

JS1030           Alexander, Mrs. Warner, “Statement,” [1886?], Original in Stanley B. Kimball papers, Southern Illinois University. Copy in Linda King Newell Collection, Marriott Library, University of Utah, MS 447, bx 11 fd 3. Typescript.

JS1031            Smith, Gregory L., WHAT WAS THE PURPOSE OF PLURAL MARRIAGE?

JS1032            Deconstructor, JOSEPH SMITH – POLYGAMY, POLYANDRY, http://www.mormoncurtain.com/topic_josephsmithpolyandrypolygamy.html, Accessed 3-29-08

JS1033           Law, William, notes on apostasy

JS1034            Crawford, Vesta, list of ages of Joseph Smith’s plural wives

JS1035           Woodruff, Wilford, Wilford Woodruff’s Journal,  Vol. 2, 1841–1845, p.340, discussion of plural marriage crossed out. Transcript.

JS1036            Woodruff, Wilford, June 15, 1878, “A Vision,” recorded in his journal. Transcript.

JS1037            Lambert, Mary Alice Cannon. “Leonora Cannon Taylor.” Young Woman’s Journal 19 (1908): 345-47.

JS01038            Winchester, Benmain, The Gospel Reflector, Philadelphia, May 15, 1841, vol. 1, no. 10, photocopy.

JS1039            Quotes on Adoption

JS1040           Allred genealogies

JS01041            Nauvoo High Council transcript of testimony from May 21-28, 1842 from Sarah Miller, Maria Champlin, Melinda Lewis, Caroline Butler, Ellen Edwards, Catherine Fuller Warren, Matilda Nyman and Margret Nyman. Photocopies of manuscripts.

JS1042           Hales, Brian, John C. Bennett and abortions research

JS1043            Dibble, Sidney research materials research materials.

JS1044            Cleveland, Antoinette, research materials research materials.

JS1045            Ballantyne, Annie, research materials research materials.

JS1046            Benbow, John, research materials research materials.

JS1047            Young, Margaret, research materials research materials.

JS1048            Browett, Martha R. research materials.

JS1049           Smith, Joseph Fielding, research materials.

JS1050            Chandler, Lovina research materials.

JS1051            Chase, George Ogden, research materials.

JS1052            Hyde, Emily Matilda, research materials.

JS1053            Taylor, Leonora (Lenora), research materials.

JS1054           Clark, Julia Ann, research materials.

JS1055            Spencer, Orson, research materials.

JS1056            Dibble, Emma Celia, research materials.

JS1057            Farnsworth, Philo Taylor, research materials.

JS1058            Dibble, Eliza Ann, research materials.

JS1059           Ballantyne, Jane, research materials.

JS1060            Meacham, Sylvia Amiret, research materials.

JS1061            Dibble, Philo, Jr. research materials.

JS1062            Johnson, Nancy Marinda, research materials.

JS1063            Johnson, Joseph Ellis, research materials.

JS1064            Maps of Nauvoo research materials.

JS1065            Taylor, Agnes, research materials.

JS1066            Dibble, Phillander, research materials.

JS1067            Dibble, Philo, Sr. research materials.

JS1068            Hoagland, Abraham, research materials.

JS1069            Hyde, Orson, research materials.

JS1070           Utley, Mary Amanda research materials.

JS1071            Taylor, James, research materials.

JS1072            Taylor, John research materials.

JS1073            Taylor, Joseph, research materials.

JS1074            Taylor, William, research materials.

JS1075            Dubois, Hannah Ann, research materials.

JS1076            Old Nauvoo Burial Ground, Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated, 1839-1850 period. Members and others possibly buried in old Nauvoo burial Ground or in other cemeteries in Nauvoo.

JS1077            Price, Mary Ann,  research materials.

JS1078            Snyder, John,  research materials.

JS1079            Heron, Mary, research materials.

JS1080            Snyder, Egerton, research materials.

JS1081            Snyder, John Jr. research materials.

JS1082            Snyder, Julia, research materials.

JS1083            Snyder, Harriet Ellen, research materials.

JS1084            Whitaker, Harriet, research materials.

JS1085            Johnson, Eliza A. research materials.

JS1086            Hyde, Orson Washington, research materials.

JS1087          Cannon, Leonora, research materials.

JS1088            Johnson, Joseph Ellis,  research materials.

JS1089            Dibble, Hanna Ann, research materials.

JS1090           Dibble, Loren, research materials.

JS1091            Davis, Deborah (Linda Berg), “The Children of God: The Inside Story by the Daughter of the Founder, Moses David Berg.” With Bill Davis, 1984. Internet version.

JS1092            Hales, Brian to Don Bradley, Document to Obtain or Review 10-13-1-07 to 2011.

JS1093            Hales, Brian, “The Latest Word,” Review of “George D. Smith, Nauvoo Polygamy: “… but we called it celestial marriage.” (Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 2008). Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 42 (Winter 2009): 213-35.

JS1094            Hales, Brian, “`Guilty of Such Folly?’: Accusations of Adultery or Polygamy against Oliver Cowdery.” In Alexander L. Baugh, ed., Days Never to Be Forgotten, Provo, Utah: BYU Religious Study Center, 279-93; also published in Mormon Historical Studies 9, no. 1 (Spring 2008): 41-57.

JS1095            Hales Brian, chart of Joseph Smith’s plural wives, reports and compilers.

JS1096            Hales, Brian and Gregory L. Smith, “A Response to Grant Palmer’s ‘Sexual Allegations against Joseph Smith and the Beginnings of Polygamy in Nauvoo.” from The Interpreter.

JS1097            Hales, Brian, “Emma Smith, Eliza R. Snow, and the Reported Incident on the Stairs,” Mormon Historical Studies vol. 10, no. 2 (Fall 2009), 63–75.

JS1098            Hales, Brian, “Emma Smith, Eliza R. Snow, and the Reported Incident on the Stairs,”Mormon Historical Studies, vol. 10, no. 2, Fall 2009, 63-75.

JS1099            Hales, Brian, “Fanny Alger and Joseph Smith’s Pre-Nauvoo Reputation.” Journal of Mormon History 35, no. 3 (Fall 2009): 112-90.

JS1100            Hales, Brian, “Joseph Smith’s Personal Polygamy.” Journal of Mormon History 38, no. 2 (Spring 2012): 180 85.

JS1101            Hales, Brian, “Encouraging Joseph Smith to Practice Plural Marriage: The Accounts of the Angel with a Drawn Sword.” Mormon Historical Studies 11, no. 2 (Fall 2010: 23 39.

JS1102            Hales, Brian, “The Joseph Smith—Sylvia Sessions Plural Sealing: Polyandry or Polygyny?” Mormon Historical Studies 9, no. 1 (Spring 2008): 41-57.

JS1103            Hales, Brian, “Jeremy Runnells—the New Expert on Joseph Smith’s Polygamy?”

JS1104            Hales, Brian, “The First Year of Nauvoo Polygamy: Events Leading to Joseph Smith’s Plural Proposal to Nancy Rigdon.”

JS1105            Hales, Brian, “Comic Book Characters and Historical Fiction: Where Alex Beam Gets Joseph Smith’s Polygamy Wrong.”

JS1106            Oswalt, John, commentary on Isaiah 4:1

JS1107            Motyer, Alec, commentary on Isaiah 4:1

JS1108            Caselli on birth sex ratios, 2001

JS1109            Descent of Human Sex excerpt.

JS1110            Guttentag, Marcia, and Paul F. Secord. Too Many Women? The Sex Ratio Question. Beverly Hill, Calif.: Sage Publications, 1983, pp. 55-57

JS1111            Webster’s American Dictionary of the English Language, 1830, edition.

JS1112            Eber D. Howe, ed. Mormonism Unvailed. Painesville, Ohio: Author, 1834, pp. 234, 244, 263.

JS1113            Smith, Lucy Mack. Biographical Sketches of Joseph Smith the Prophet and His Progenitors for Many Generations. Liverpool: S. W. Richards, 1853.

JS1114            Richards, Franklin D., A Compendium of the Faith and Doctrines of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Liverpool: Orson Pratt, 1857.

JS1115            Wyl, W[ilhem]. [pseud. for Wilhelm Ritter von Wymetal]. Mormon Portraits, or the Truth about Mormon Leaders from 1830 to 1886, Joseph Smith the Prophet, His Family and His Friends: A Study Based on Fact and Documents. Salt Lake City: Tribune Printing and Publishing Co., 1886. Mormon Portraits was proposed as a series, with Joseph Smith the Prophet, His Family and His Friends, A Study Based on Fact and Documents the first volume. No other volumes were published.

JS1116            Pancoast, Charles Edward. A Quaker Forty-Niner: The Adventures of Charles Edward Pancoast on the American Frontier. Edited by Anna Paschall Hannum. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1930,

JS1117            Taylor, John, “The Origin and Destiny of Woman.” The Mormon 3 (August 29, 1857): 28. Photocopy.

JS1118            Bradley, Don to Brian Hales August 4, 2007.

JS1119            Stenhouse, T. B. H. The Rocky Mountain Saints. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1873.

JS1120           Riley, Isaac Woodbridge. The Founder of Mormonism: A Psychological Study of Joseph Smith, Jr. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1902, typescript.

JS1121           Hinckley, Parnell. “The Henrys and the Kings: Incidents Taken from the Lives of Andrew Henry, Margaret Creighton Henry, Josephine King Thornley, Samuel A. King, William Henry King, Lillian King Hinckley, William King, Thomas Rice King, Matilda Robison King.” N.p. n.d. Family History Library.

JS1122            Davis, David D., M.D. Elements of Obstetric Medicine with the Description and Treatment of some of the Principle Diseases of Children, 2d ed. London: Taylor and Walton, 1841.

JS1123            Young, Ann Eliza Webb. Wife Number 19, or, The Story of a Life in Bondage, Being a Complete Exposé of Mormonism, and Revealing Sorrows, Sacrifices and Sufferings of Women in Polygamy. Hartford, Conn.: Dustin, Gilman, and Co., 1875.

JS1124            Shook, Charles, A., True Origin of Polygamy (Cincinnati: Standard Pub. Co., 1910,) excerpts, transcript.

JS1125            Bradley, Don to Brian Hales, regarding Hannah Dibble

JS1126            Pratt, Sarah. Quoted in “The Utah Theocracy.” New York Herald, May 18, 1877.  With surrounding testimony from Deseret News.

JS1127            Rigdon, Sidney, Messenger and Advocate of the Church of Christ (Pittsburgh). Vol. 1

JS1128            Rigdon, Sidney, Messenger and Advocate of the Church of Christ (Pittsburgh).  Vol. 2.

JS1129            Price, Richard and Pamela, Joseph Smith Fought Polygamy, chapters 26-40.  From online website.

JS1130            Price, Richard and Pamela, Joseph Smith Fought Polygamy, chapters 18-25.  From online website

JS1131            Bachman, Danel W., Bibliography from “A Study of the Mormon Practice of Plural Marriage before the Death of Joseph Smith.” M.A. thesis, Purdue University, 1975.

JS1132            Bachman, Danel W., Affidavits summaries from _______. “A Study of the Mormon Practice of Plural Marriage before the Death of Joseph Smith.” M.A. thesis, Purdue University, 1975.

JS1133            Graphic 1900s publications claiming Joseph Smith was a womanizer

JS1134            Illustration: Cochran in “From the Boston Patriot.” National Intelligencer, November 13, 1819.

JS1135            Bennett, John C., “Letter from General Bennett,” October 28, 1843, Hawk Eye (Burlington, Iowa), December 7, 1843, 1.

JS1136            Bennett, John C., “Letter from General Bennett,” October 28, 1843, Hawk Eye (Burlington, Iowa), December 7, 1843, 1, excerpt pasted together.

JS1137            Johnson, John, pic of home 2007.

JS1138            Jenson, Andrew, title page fron “Plural Marriage.” Historical Record: A Monthly Periodical Devoted Exclusively to Historical, Biographical, Chronological and Statistical Matters 6 (July 1887): 219-40. Jenson wrote this article on February 28, 1887.

JS1139            Graphic examining Brodie’s theory regarding Presendia Huntington

JS1140            Graphic of Vienna Jacques presence in Kirtland, Ohio.

JS1141            Johnson Hyde, Marinda Nancy, charting childbearing.

JS1142            Huntington, Zina, charting childbearing.

JS1143            Session, Sylvia, charting chldbearing.

JS1144            Grahpics showing the need for plural marriage in Joseph Smith’s theology

JS1145            Cowdery, Warren F.,  “affair” overrite of “scrape” in  Oliver Cowdery’s letterbook,

JS1146            Nauvoo Expositor. Hancock County, Ill., June 7, 1844. title page.

JS1147            “Joseph the Seer’s Plural Marriages.” Deseret News, October 19, 1879, 604-5, and October 22, 1879, 12.

JS1148            Polygamy search: Adam Sentinel 1840

JS1149            Polygamy search: Bangor Daily Whig, 1838

JS1150            Polygamy search: Hagerstown Mail, 1838

JS1151           Polygamy search: Star Republican 1833

JS1152            Polygamy search: Star Republican 1836

JS1153            Polygamy search: Tioga Eagle 1839

JS1154            Jackson, Joseph H. Letters to New York Herald, September 5 and 7, 1844. Photocopies.

JS1155            Kimball, Heber C., Quote condemning Proxy Husbands, Minutes of the Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1835-1893, Salt Lake City: Privately Published, 2010, 160; see also 157.

JS1156            Johnson, Annie R., and Elva R. Shumway. Charles Edmund Richardson, Man of Destiny. Tempe, Ariz.: Publication Services, 1982, ecerpts, photocopy.

JS1157            Anti-Polygamy Standard [Salt Lake City] 2, no. 1 (April 1881): 1. Photocopy.

JS1158            Heron, Mary, and John Snider headstone, photograph.

JS1159            Bennett, John C. Affidavit. Pittsburgh Morning Chronicle, July 29, 1842.

JS1160            Lewis, Levi, photocopy of statement from Eber D. Howe, ed. Mormonism Unvailed. Painesville, Ohio: Author, 1834, pp. 234, 244, 263. Also printed in John C. Bennett. The History of the Saints: Or an Exposé of Joe Smith and Mormonism. Boston: Leland & Whiting, 1842,

JS1161            Hales, Brian, “10 Myths Regarding Joseph Smith’s Polygamy,” illustrations used during interview with John Dehlin.

JS1162            Old Testament marriage and polygamy research materials

JS1163            Mother in Heaven research materials

JS1164            Paulsen, David L., and Martin Pulido. “‘A Mother There”: A Survey of Historical Teachings about Mother in Heaven.” BYU Studies 50, no. 1 (2011): 70–97.

JS1165            Deseret News, 1852 September 14, extra, photocopy. Publication of D&C 132.

JS1166            Scribner, Robbyn Thompson, “Epideictic Rhetoric and the Formation of Collective Identity: Nineteenth-Century Mormon Women in Praise of Polygamy,” 1998, masters thesis. BYU.

JS1167            Polygamy scripture references

JS1168            Bushman, Richard, comments (excerpted) on chapters 4-8 of draft #2 of JSP: Theology received December 28, 2009.  Also comments on SECTION TWO A Review of the Theology of Joseph Smith’s Polygamy [undated].

JS1169            Hardy, Carmon, listof plural marriage discourses

JS1170            Harrell, Charles R. “Eternal Marriage,” essay.

JS1171            Harrell, Charles R. “The Development of the Doctrine of Preexistence, 1830–1844.” BYU Studies 28 (Spring 1988): 75–96.

JS1173            Daynes, Kathryn, “Plural wives and the nineteenth-centur Mormon marriage system: Manti, Utah, 1849-1920. Indiana University, 1991. Dissertation.

JS1174            Irving, Gordon. “The Law of Adoption: One Phase of the Development of the Mormon Concept of Salvation, 1830–1900.” BYU Studies 14 (Spring 1974): 291–34.

JS1175            Cooper, Rex E. “The Promises Made to the Fathers: A Diachronic Analysis of Mormon Covenant Organization with Reference to Puritan Federal Theology.” Ph.D. diss., University of Chicago, June 1985. Typescript-WORD doc.

JS1176            Cooper, Rex E. “The Promises Made to the Fathers: A Diachronic Analysis of Mormon Covenant Organization with Reference to Puritan Federal Theology.” Ph.D. diss., University of Chicago, June 1985.PDF of original.

JS1177            Young, Brigham. “Brigham Young Family Meeting Minutes,” January 8, 1845. General Church Minutes, 1839–77. In Richard E. Turley Jr., Selected Collections, 1:18; edited version in “A Family Meeting in Nauvoo,” Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine, July 1920, 107–11. Transcript from book.

JS1178            Snow, Lorenzo, couplet about God research materials.

JS1179            Pratt, Orson, “RESURRECTION OF THE SAINTS,” The Seer Vol. 2. June, 1854. No. 6. Transcript.

JS1180            Heron, Mary and John Snider research documents

JS1181            Larsen, Randall, “Was there any Sealing Power Attending this Priesthood?” A New Look at the Prophet Joseph Smith’s 27 August 1843 Discourse.”

JS1182            Pratt, Orson, Prophetic Almanac for 1845, No. 1. New York: The Prophet Office, 1844.

JS1183            Doctrine and Covenants “Introductions” excerpted from text.

JS1184            Harrison, E., The Utah Magazine, volume 1, 1868. photocopies.

JS1185            Toscano, Margaret Merrill, “Is There a Place For Heavenly Mother In Mormon Theology;” Sunstone; July 2004.

JS1186            Women made in the image of God, research notes.

JS1187            Cummings, Horace. “Conspiracy of Nauvoo.” The Contributor 5 (April 1884): 251-60. Photocopy.

JS1188            Brown, Lisle, List of Joseph Smith’s plural wives from Nauvoo Sealings, Adoptions, and Anointings: A Comprehensive Register of Persons Receiving LDS Temple Ordinances, 1841-1846. Salt Lake City: Smith-Pettit Foundation, 2006.

JS1189            1831 Newspapers, typescripts.

JS1190           Wasson,  Clara M. and Elizabeth To Emma Smith, and March 12,, 1843, transcript. Bracketed text not in original. Unknown transcriptionist.

JS1191            Livesey, Richard. Exposure of Mormonism. Preston, England: J. Livesey, 1838. pages 1-12, photocopy.

JS1192            McLellin, William, “The Successor of Joseph the Seer.” The Ensign of Liberty, of the Church of Christ (Kirtland, Ohio) 1, no. 3 (December 1847): 40-47.

JS1193            “The Buckey’s First Epistle to Jo,” Warsaw Signal, April 3, 1844, photocopy.

JS1194            “1844 Plan for Independent Government & a List of (Plural?) Marriages,” unknown author.

JS1195            Hardy, John. Trials of Elder John Hardy. N.p.: N.pub., 1844.

JS1196            Ford, Thomas, Journal of the Senate of the Fourteen General Assembly of the State of Illinois, December 2, 1844.

JS1197            Davis, George T. M. An Authentic Account of the Massacre of Joseph Smith. St. Louis: Chambers and Knapp, 1844. Photocopy, excerpt.

JS1198            George Peck, “Mormonism and the Mormons,” Methodist Quarterly Review 25, series 3, January 1843): 111-27, quotation on p. 117: excerpt, photocopy.

JS1199            Sangamo Journal, July 1842, photocopies.

JS1200           Sangamo Journal July 29 to September 1842. Photocopies.

JS1201            Bacheler, Origen, Mormonism Exposed, Internally and Externally, New York, n.p., 1838, title page. Rollo, John B., Mormonism exposed, from the word of God, Edinburgh, Ziegler, 1841, excerpt.Whitney, J., Mormonism Unravelled, London: Simpkin, Marshal and Company, 1851, title page only [nothing on PM]. Title Pages–nothing on plural marriage.

JS1202            Van Dusen, Increase McGee, and Maria Van Dusen. A Dialogue between Adam and Eve, The Lord, and the Devil called the Endowment, Albany, 1847 excerpt.

JS1203            Lewis, Catherine. Narrative of Some of the Proceedings of the Mormons; Giving an Account of Their Iniquities. Lynn, Mass: Author, 1848.

JS1204            Sexton, George, Portraiture of Mormonism or Animadversions on the Doctrines and Pretensions of the Latter-Day Saints; a Review of the History and Contents of the Book of Mormon; and a Sketch of the career of Joseph Smith, and various other Notorious Fanatics. excerpts.

JS1205            Frere, John, A Short History of the Mormonites; or Latter Day Saints, London, Joseph Masters, 1850, excerpts.

JS1206             Gibson, Woodville, Report of Three Nights’ Public Discussion, Liverpool: Franklin D. Richards, 1851.

JS1207            Lowe, Josiah B., Liverpool Church of England Institution Lectures: Mormonism, Liverpool: W. T. Thompson, 1851, excerpts.

JS1208            Lowe, Josiah B., Reply of Rev. Josiah B. Lowe, Liverpool: T. Brakell, 1852. [Flake 5000]

JS1209            Lowe, Josiah B., Mormonism Exposed; Being a Lecture on the Doctrines and Practices of “The Latter-day Saints,” Liverpool: Edward Howell, 1852, excerpts.

JS1210            Anon. The Visitor or Monthly Instructor. London: Religious Tract Society, 1851. Excerpt.

JS1211            Anon. History of the Mormons, or Latter-day Saints, with an Account of their Persecutions in Missouri and Illinois. From an Authentic Source,  Whitehaven, [England]: William Wilson, 1844. Rpt. under the same title London: William and Robert, Chambers, 1853. Excerpt.

JS1212            Burns, Dawson, Mormonism, Explained and Exposed (London: Houlston and Stoneman, 1853), 28, 30:

JS1213            Edmund Clay, The Doctrine and Practices of “The Mormons,” and the Immoral Character of Their Prophet Joseph Smith (London: Wertheim and Macintosh, 1853), excerpt.

JS1214            Simpson, W. Sparrow, Mormonism: Its History, Doctrines and Practices, London, A.M. Pigott, 1853.

JS1215            Belisle, Orvilla, S., The Prophets of Mormonism Unveiled, London: Trubner, 1855, title page. Nothing on polygamy.

JS1216            Clarke, R., Mormonism Unmasked or The Latter-day Saints in a Fix.  Nothing on polygamy.

JS1217           Membership records of Joseph Smith’s plural wives.

JS1218            Smith, Joseph, Blessing given to Sarah Ann Whitney. March 23, 1843. LDS Church History Library. Typescript from Michael Marquardt, The Rise of Mormonism: 1816-1844. Longwood, Fla.: Xulon Press, 2005.

JS1219            Jackson, Joseph H. A Narrative of the Adventures and Experiences of Joseph H. Jackson in Nauvoo, Exposing the Depths of Mormon Villainy. Warsaw, Illinois, August 1844. Reprinted for Karl Yost, Morrison, Illinois, 1960. http://www.archive.org/ stream/adventuresexperi00jack#page/4/mode/2up (accessed December 5, 2009).

JS1220            Jackson, Jospeh H., Letters to New York Herald, September 7, 1844. Weekly Herald, September 7, 1844.

JS1221            Jackson, Jospeh H., Letters to New York Herald, September 7, 1844. Weekly Herald, September 5, 1844.

JS1222            Silcock, N. T. “Are There Any More?” Deseret Evening News, March 15, 1904, 4.

JS1223            Johnson, Benjamin, F., “More Testimony.” Letter, March 9, 1904. Deseret Evening News, April 12, 1904, 4.

JS1224            Bowes, John. Mormonism Exposed. London: R. Bulman, 1850. Excerpt.

JS1225            Thomas, John. Sketch of the Rise, Progress, and Dispersion of the Mormons. London, Arthur Hall, 1847. Excerpt.

JS1226            Bays, Davis H., Doctrines and Dogmas of Mormonism Examined and Refuted, St. Louis: Christian Publishing, 1897. Excerpt.

JS1227           Cannon, George Q., The Life of Joseph Smith the Prophet, Salt Lake City: Juvenile Instructor Office, 1883, excerpts.

JS1228            Skousen, Richard N., and W. Cleon Skousen, Brother Joseph: Seer of a New Dispensation, Vol two, Orem, Utah: Verity Publishing, 2005, excerpts.

JS1229            Swinton, Heidi S., American Prophet: The Story of Joseph Smith, Salt Lake City: Shadow Mountain, 1999, excerpts.

JS1230            McCloud, Susan Evans, Joseph Smith: A PhotoBiography, SLC: Aspen, 1992. Excerpt.

JS1231            Barrett, Ivan J. Joseph Smith and the Restoration: A History of the Church to 1846. 2nd ed., Provo, UT: Brigham Young University Press, 1973. Excerpt.

JS1232            Stewart, John J. Joseph Smith the Mormon Prophet. Salt Lake City: Mercury Publishing Company, 1966, excerpts.

JS1233            Widtsoe, John A., Joseph Smith: Seeker after Truth, Prophet of God.. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1951, excerpts.

JS1234            Nibley, Preston, Joseph Smith the Prophet, SLC: Deseret News Press, 1946, excerpts.

JS1235            Carmer, Carl, The Farm Boy and the Angel. Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1970, excerpt.

JS1236            Evans, John Henry. Joseph Smith: An American Prophet. New York: Macmillan Co., 1933. Excerpt.

JS1237           Taylor, John, “Minutes of the general Relief Society meeting held in the Fourteenth Ward Hall, Salt Lake Stage.”

JS1238            Hurd, Jerri W., “Vienna Jaques: the Other Woman in the Doctrine and Covenants.” Essay.

JS1239            Ivins Grant, Rachel Ridgeway, biographical information for Rachel Ivins.

JS1240            Huntington, Oliver, “The Life of Oliver B. Huntington also his travels and troubles written by himself.” Typescript.

JS1241            Cannon, Oa Jacobs, “A Brief History of Zina D. H. Young,” essay.

JS1242            Hancock, Mosiah, RLDS view in Saints Herald February, 1869, p. 47.

JS1243            Hale, Aroet L., “Journal of Aroet L. Hale,” typescript.

JS1244            Endnote verification of Joseph Smith’s Polygamy: History and Theology

JS1245            Kirtland Newspapers scans for “polygamy” or related behaviors.

JS1246            Knight, Newel, “Newel Knight’s Journal,” chapter excerpt from unidentified book.

JS1247            Layton, Christopher, “Life of Christopher Layton,” pp. 10-11. Story about Hyrum Smith.

JS1248            Legg, Phillip R. Oliver Cowdery: The Elusive Second Elder of the Restoration. Independence, Mo.: Herald Publishing House, 1989, excerpt.

JS1249            Heron, Mary and John Snyder research materials

JS1250            Marquardt, Michael, files scanned in December 2007.

JS1251             Bonney,  Edward, The Banditti of the Prairies, Chicago: E. Bonney, 1850, reprint, excerpt.

JS1252            Miller, George, “Correspondence of Bishop George Miller,” June 22, 1855.

JS1253            Cummings, Horace, to N. B. Lundwall, “Excerpts from History,” from Gerber, Alan H., comp. “Church Manuscripts Collection.” 14 vols. Perry Special Collections.

JS1254            Smith, Edson Don Carlos, statement dated January 17, 1933, from Gerber, Alan H., comp. “Church Manuscripts Collection.” 14 vols. Perry Special Collections.

JS1255            Excerpts “Taken from the Minutes Book of the Seventy,” 1887, from Gerber, Alan H., comp. “Church Manuscripts Collection.” 14 vols. Perry Special Collections.

JS1256            Kimball, Heber C., “Remarks at a general conference of the Seventies held in the Seventies Hall, Nauvoo, Illinois, Sunday, August 17, 1845,” Page 131 Book of Minutes. Transcript.

JS1257            Burbank, Sarah, “A Sketch of the life of Sarah Burbank Gotten at Richmond, Utah, March 13, 1924 by herself at the Age of 89 Years,” from Gerber, Alan H., comp. “Church Manuscripts Collection.” 14 vols. Perry Special Collections.

JS1258            Cummings, Horace , “Statement.” August 8, 1932. Written on Council of Seventy letterhead. Typescript in Alan H. Gerber, “Church Manuscripts Collection,” Vol. 11, Perry Special Collections. Photocopy.

JS1259            Walker, Lucy, quoted in “Excerpt from letter written by Mrs. Mary Knowlton Pack to Mr. C. L. Wolfe,” from Gerber, Alan H., comp. “Church Manuscripts Collection.” 14 vols. Perry Special Collections.

JS1260            Christensen, Edith Rushton, “Edwin Rushton: Bridge Builder and Faithful Pioneer,” history, from Gerber, Alan H., comp. “Church Manuscripts Collection.” 14 vols. Perry Special Collections.

JS1261            Fisher, Irvin F. Letter to A[nson] B. Call, April 9, 1945. Typescript copy by N. B. Lundwall. Typescript in Alan H. Gerber, comp., “Church Manuscripts Collection,” Vol. 12. Perry Special Collections. regarding Sylvia Sessions.

JS1262            Lundwall, N. B., to T. Edgar Lyon, April 9, 1947, regarding Sarah Pratt, from Gerber, Alan H., comp. “Church Manuscripts Collection.” 14 vols. Perry Special Collections.

JS1263            List of Joseph Smith’s plural wives in the Saints Herald, Vol. 53, #5, p. 101. Handwritten.

JS1264          Grover, Thomas, Letter to A. Milton Musser, January 10, 1886. Published as “Elder Grover’s Letter.” Deseret Evening News, January 11, 1886, 2. Typescript in Alan H. Gerber, comp. “Church Manuscripts Collection,” Vol. 14. Perry Special Collections.

JS1265            Jones, Mrs. Stewart, to N. B. Lundwall, March 3, 1958, regarding Joel Hill Johnson and the Johnson home, from Gerber, Alan H., comp. “Church Manuscripts Collection.” 14 vols. Perry Special Collections.

JS1266            Partridge, Eliza, “Life and Journal of Eliza Maria Partridge Lyman.” N.p., n.d. [ca. 1877?]. Typescript MS 9546, holograph MS 1527. LDS Church History Library.

JS1267            Dubois Smith Dibble, Hannah Ann, research materials.

JS1268            Deseret News, editorial comment on plural marriage, typescripts, excerpts.

JS1269            Dibble, Philo, “Life History of Philo Dibble,” essay, unknown author.

JS1270           Dibble, Philo, “The Generalogies of Philo Dibble,” essay, unknown author.

JS1271            Bachman, Danel W., “The Authorship of the Manuscript of Doctrine and Covenants Section 132,” essay.

JS1272            Smith, Charles. “Remarks at St. George Stake, November 26, 1882.” St. George Stake, Historical Record, #97707, November 26, 1882, General Minutes, LR 7836, Reel 1, LDS Church History Library.

JS1273           Hales, Brian, notes from visit to Community of Christ Archives, June 25, 2009.

JS1274            Boice, Mary Ann Barzee, “In Commemmoration of Oxfords Two Loveable Pioneer’s John Boice 1814-1886 and Mary Ann Barzee Boice 1821-1902,” Excerpts.

JS1275            Anderson, Richard Lloyd, Letter to Dawn Comfort, May 9-15, 1998. Photocopy in Scott H. Faulring Papers. Accn 2316, Box 93, fds. 1-3. Marriott Library. Photocopy.

JS1276            Morgan, Dale to Fawn Brodie, undated.

JS1277            Cowles, Elvira, research notes.

JS1278            Harris, Martin, “Cleveland, May 13, 1855, A Proclamation.” Signature books reprint.

JS1279           The Gates of the Mormon Hell Opened. . . 1855 anti-Mormon pamphlet. Pp. 1-4 photocopy.

JS1280            The Abomination of the Latter-day Saints. . . 1855, anti-Mormon pamphlet, pp. 1-5 photocopy.

JS1281            Cox, Dorothy June. “Mormonism in Illinois.” M.A. thesis, Southern Illinois Normal University, 1944.

JS1282           Hedrick, Granville, The Spiritual Wife System Proven False. . . Bloomington, Illinois: W. E. Foote’s Power Press, 1856, excerpts, photocopy.

JS1283            Anon. Appalling Disclosures! Mormon Revelations, Being the History of Fourteen Females . . . London: H. Elliot, 1857, excerpts, photocopy.

JS1284            Franklin, John Benjamin, The Horrors of Mormonism being a Lecture. . ., London, 1858, excerpts, photocopy.

JS1285            Theobald, John. Mormonism Harpooned. London: W. Horsell, 1858, excerpts, photocopy.

JS1286            Franklin, John Benjamin, The Mysteries and the Crimes of Mormonism.  . . 1860, excerpt, photocopy.

JS1287            “An Officer of the U.S. Army,” Life Among the Mormons and A March to Their Zion, New York, Moorhead, Simpson, and Bond, 1863, excerpt.

JS1288            n.a., The North British Review, vol. XXXIX, Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, 1863, excerpt.

JS1289            Briggs, E. C., Polygamy, Great Salt Lake, 1864, [Flake 817a]

JS1290            Dixon, William Hepworth. Spiritual Wives. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1868. Photocopy, excerpt.

JS1291            Hawley, John, Statement, January 1885. Community of Christ Archives. Transcribed by Lyndon Cook, March 1982. Typescript.

JS1292            Davidson, Alexander, and Bernard Stuve. A Complete History of Illinois from 1673 to 1873. Springfield, Ill.: D. L. Phillips, 1877. Photocopy, excerpt.

JS1293            Dunn, Ballard S., How to Solve the Mormon Problem (New York: American News Company, 1877), 7:

JS1294            Snow, Eliza R., Letter to Daniel Munns, May 30, 1877. Transcript.

JS1295            Anti-Polygamy Standard [Salt Lake City] Vol. 1, no. 1, April 1880 to Vol. III, No. 10, January 1883, photocopy, excerpts.

JS1296            Briggs, Jason W. The Basis of Brighamite Polygamy: A Criticism upon the (So Called) Revelation of July 12th, 1843. True Latter Day Saints Tract No. 28. Lamoni, Iowa: Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 1883?. Several versions were published.

JS1297            Anti Polygamy Standard, January, April, and August, 1881 excerpts.

JS1298            Beadle, John H., Western Wilds, The Men Who Redeem Them. Cincinnati, Ohio: Jones Brothers, 1881.

JS1299            Cannon, George Q. “History of the Church.” Juvenile Instructor 16 (September 15, 1881): 206. Regarding Oliver Cowdery.

JS1300            Froiseth, Jennie Anderson. The Women of Mormonism: Or, the Story of Polygamy as Told by the Victims Themselves. Detroit: C.G.G. Paine, 1882. Phtocopy, excerpts.

JS1301            Gurley, Zenos, The Polygamic Revelation: Fraud! Fraud! Fraud!. 1882.

JS1302            Gates, Susa Young, Lydia Knight’s History: The First Book of the Noble Women’s Lives Series. Salt Lake City: Juvenile Instructor Office, 1883. Excerpt, photocopy.

JS1303            “Plural Marriage,” in Millennial Star July 16, 1883, Vol. 45, no. 29.

JS1304            Partridge, Emily, “Testimony That Cannot Be Refuted.” Woman’s Exponent 12, no. 21 (April 1, 1884): 164-65.

JS1305            Woodruff, Wilford, photocopy of journal transcript for March 9, 1884 re: Polygamy not always required.

JS1306            Cannon, George Q., Editorial Thoughts,” Juvenile Instructor 20 (December 1, 1885): 360. Regarding Oliver Cowdery.

JS1307            Roberts, B. H. “Celestial Marriage and Acts of Congress,” The Contributor, vol. 6, no. 5, (Feb. 1885).

JS1308            Johnson, Joseph. The Great Mormon Fraud. Manchester, England: Butterworth and Nodal, 1885. Excerpt. Photocopy.

JS1309            Saintly Falsity. Salt Lake: Tribune Office, 1885.

JS1310           Pratt, Moroni, to John Taylor, October 28, 1886 with response from President Taylor.  Photocopy.

JS1311            Tullidge, Edward W. History of Salt Lake City. Salt Lake City: Star Printing Co., 1886. Photocopy, excerpt.

JS1312            Sheen, John K. Polygamy, or the Veil Lifted. York, Neb.: N.pub., 1889.

JS1313            Bond, William. The Early History of Mormonism, and the True Source Where the Aborigines of This Continent Came From. Portland, Ore.: Schwab Bros., 1890.  Excerpt. Photocopy.

JS1314            Montgomery, Marcus Whitman, The Mormon Delusion: Its History, Doctrines and the Outlook in Utah (Boston: Congregational Sunday School, photocopy, excerpt.

JS1315            Crary, Christopher G., Pioneer and Personal Reminiscences (Marshalltown, IA: 1893), excerpts, photocopies.

JS1316            Salisbury, Katharine Smith, Statement. Saints’ Herald 40 (May 6, 1893): 275.

JS1317            Huntington, Zina, Joseph F. Smith, Rachel Ivins Grant, Edward Rushton, Lucy Walker, John Smith, quoted in “Joseph, the Prophet, His Life and Mission as Viewed by Intimate Acquaintances.” Salt Lake Herald Church and Farm Supplement, January 12, 1895, 209–13.

JS1318            Schroeder, A. T[heodore]. Some Facts Concerning Polygamy. Salt Lake City: n.pub., 1898. Excerpts. Photocopy.

JS1319            Bullock, Alonzo Manfield. Mormonism and the Mormons: An Epitome. Menasha, Wisc.: Breeze Printing Company, 1898, excerpt, photocopy.

JS1320            Dougall, Lily. The Mormon Prophet. New York: D. Appleton, 1899. Photocopy, excerpt.

JS1321            Law, Richard S. “An Interesting Testimony with Richard S. Law, son of William Law. Interviewed by Joseph W. McMurrin.” Improvement Era 6, no. 7 (May 1903): 507-10.

JS1322            Haldeman, John R., Origin of Polygamy among the Latter-day Saints (Independence, Mo.: Church of Christ (Temple Lot), 1904),

JS1323            Rollins, Mary Elizabeth, “Remarks at Brigham Young University, April 14, 1905.” Signed typescript copy of original. Perry Special Collections, Vault, MSS 363, fd. 6.

JS1324            Pooley, William Vipond. “The Settlement of Illinois from 1830 to 1850.” Ph.D. diss., University of Wisconsin, 1908. Excerpt, photocopy.

JS1325            Council of the Twelve Apostles, extract from minutes February 17, 1908.  Copy of typescript.

JS1326            Our Mother in Heaven, Millennial Star 72(September 29, 1910), 616-18.

JS1327          Munson, Eliza, Letter to N. B. Lundwall, June 1831. Church Manuscripts Collection, Vol. 2. Typescript in Alan H. Gerber, comp. Perry Special Collections, Perry Special Collections.

JS1328            Stead, J. D. Doctrines and Dogmas of Brighamism. Exposed. [Lamoni, Iowa]: RLDS Church, 1911, excerpt. Photocopy.

JS1329            Rollins Lightner, Mary Elizabeth. Letter to A. M. Chase, April 20, 1904. Quoted in J. D. Stead. Doctrines and Dogmas of Brighamism Exposed. [Lamoni, Iowa]: RLDS Church, 1911, 217–19.

JS1330            Winters, Mary Ann Stearns. Serialized biography of Mary Ann Stearns Pratt in Relief Society Magazine. The main title is “Mothers in Israel”; the subtitle varies: “Returning from England.” 3, no. 10 (October 1916): 574–81.

JS1331            Pease, Theodore Calvin. The Frontier State, 1818-1848. Springfield, Ill.: Illinois Centennial Commission, 1918; reprint Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1987. Excerpt.

JS1332            Jones, Sheridan, The Truth about the Mormons: Secrets of Salt Lake City (London: William Rider and Son, 1920), 46-47:

JS1333            Smith, Hulda Cordelia Thurston. “O My Children and Grandchildren.” Nauvoo Journal 4 (1992): 5-8.

JS1334           Hickman, J. E. “The Offspring of the Mormon People,” the Journal of Heredity, February 1924, Vol. 40, no. 2. 55-66.

JS1335            Carlson, Ellen Olivia. “The Latter Day Saints as a Factor in Illinois History.” M.A. thesis, Northwestern University, 1925. Excerpt.

JS1336            Pancoast, Eva L. “Mormons at Kirtland.” M.A. thesis, Western Reserve University, 1929. Excerpt.

JS1337            Walker, Lucy, quoted in Untitled typescript headed “The following was given by Judge D. H. Morris of St. George, Utah . . . ” MS 125, Box 1, fd. 5, Vesta P. Crawford Papers, Marriott Library.

JS1338            Cummings, William Leon. Bibliography of Anti-Masonry. Rpt., from Vol. 4, Part 1, rpt. from a North Carolina Masonic periodical, Nocalore Lodge of Research. Cummings seems to be the copyright holder. N.place: N.pub., 1934. Excerpt dealing with Lucinda Pendleton Morgan Harris.

JS1339            Scott, Sarah. Letters to parents, June 16, 1844. Quoted as “The Death of a Mormon Dictator: Letters of Massachusetts Mormons, 1843-1848.” Edited by George F. Partridge. New England Quarterly 9 (December 1936): 583-96. Also published in William Mulder and A. Russell Mortensen, eds. Among the Mormons: Historic Accounts by Contemporary Observers. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1967, 144.

JS1340            Dickerson, Theodore Earl , “Conflicts between the Mormons and Non-Mormons, Nauvoo, Illinois, 1839-1846” (Master’s thesis, University of Illinois, 1956),

JS1341            Fielding, Robert Kent. “The Growth of the Mormon Church in Kirtland, Ohio.” Ph.D. diss., Indiana University, 1957. Excerpt.

JS1342            Ruxton, George Frederick Augustus. Life in the Far West. Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1859. Excerpt.

JS1343            Arrington, Leonard J., and Jon Haupt. “Intolerable Zion: The Image of Mormonism in Nineteenth Century,” American Literature.” Western Humanities Review 22 (Summer 1968): 243–60

JS1344            Quinn, D. Michael, Organizational Development and Social Origins of the Mormon Hierarchy, 1832–1932. A Prosopographical Study.” M.A. thesis, University of Utah, 1973.

JS1345           Perkes, William E. History of Richard Rushton Sr. and Family. Alhambra, Calif.: Greenwood Press, 1977.

JS1346            Godfrey, Kenneth, W., “Marriage, The Family and the Doctrine and Covenants: (An Introduction),” Seventh Annual Sidney B. Sperry Symposium, Provo: BYU, 1979.

JS1347            Brooke, John L. “‘Of Whole Nations Being Born in One Day”: Marriage, Money, and Magic in the Mormon Cosmos, 1830-1846.” Social Science Information 30 (1991): 107-32.

JS1348            Foster, Larry, “Women, Family, and Utopia: Communal Experiments of the Shakers, the Oneida Community, and the Mormons.” Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press, 1991, 123-69.

JS1349            Daynes, Kathryn M., “Mormon Polygamy: Belief and Practice in Nauvoo,” Roger D. Launius and John E. Hallwas, eds., Kingdom on the Mississippi Revisited, Urbana: University of Illinois, 1996, 130-46.

JS1350            Adams, William, Excerpts of the Diary, “Church Manuscripts,” collection by Alan H. Gerber, BYU, HBLL, Special Collections

JS1351            Nauvoo City Charter, Photocopy, 1842 July.

JS1352           Smith, Alex, Review of early draft of Joseph Smith’s Polygamy, January 1, 2009.

JS1353            Alexander, Mrs. Warner [Nancy]. “Statement,” [ca 1886]. Location of original unknown. Copy of published version from “Mentor Ohio,” from unknown source.

JS1354            Alexander, Mrs. Warner [Nancy], “Statement,” [1886?], Original in Stanley B. Kimball papers, Southern Illinois University. Copy in Linda King Newell Collection, Marriott Library, University of Utah, MS 447, bx 11 fd 3.

JS1355            Alexander, Mrs. “Warner” [Nancy] closeup of signature on typed sheet.

JS1356            Trumble, Alfred. The Mysteries of Mormonism: A Full Exposure of Its Secret Practices and Hidden Crimes, by an Apostle”s Wife. New York: Richard K. Fox, Proprietor, Police Gazette, ca. 1882.

JS1357            Alger, Fanny Kirtland geography research.

JS1358            Allred, William, biography handwritten from Richard Van Wagoner Collection

JS1359            Anderson, Richard Lloyd, “Notes for Faulring Review of Todd Compton, In Sacred Loneliness,” May 22, 1998.

JS1360            Sessions, Sylvia, Nauvoo Land Records

JS1361            Olney, Oliver H., “Oliver H. Olney Papers (1842-1843) typescript by Dale Morgan.

JS1362            Partridge, Emily MS 2845, typescript “When I was eighteen years or nineteen. . .” typescript.

JS1363            Philadelphia Branch 18391844 Quinn’s transcript excerpts

JS1364            Pontiac, Michigan information

JS1365            Pratt, Sarah, notes from VanWagoner collection

JS1366            Mouritsen, Robert G. “The Office of Associate President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.” M.A. thesis, Brigham Young University, 1972. Excerpts.

JS1367            Rolfe, Mary. Statement, n.d. Typescript of pencil copy written by D. Dickson scribe. Vesta P. Crawford Papers. MS 125, Box 1, fd 10, Marriott Library.

JS1368            Rollins, Mary Elizabeth, letters, typescripts from Juanita Brooks Papers, MS B103, Box 16, Fd 13.

JS1369            Rollins, Marry Elizabeth, “Mary Elizabeth Rollins.” Photocopy of holograph in Susa Young Gates Papers. Mss B 95, Box 14, fd. 4, Utah State Historical Society.

JS1370            Smith, Albert. “Journal of Albert Smith, 1804-1889.” Holograph transcription by David L. Bigler, ca. 1960s. Handwritten transcript, MS 1835, LDS Church History Library.

JS1371            Smith, Joseph III, excerpt discussing John C. Bennett, from The Saints’ Herald, January 8, 1935.

JS1372            Ivins, Stanley S., notebook vol. 11 “Source of Thomas C Sharp and allied anti-Mormon newspapers.”

JS1373            Stenhouse, T. B. H. The Rocky Mountain Saints. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1873. Transcript, excerpts.

JS1374            Ehat, Andrew, “Joseph Smith’s Introduction of Temple Ordinances and the Mormon Succession Question.” M.A. thesis, Brigham Young University, 1982, WORD document version.

JS1375            Temple Lot transcript directory WORD document

JS1376            Temple Lot transcript directory PDF version

JS1377            Temple Lot case, Page 1 photocopy

JS1378            Van Wagoner, Richards S., timeline of polygamy

JS1379            Smith, Lucy Messervie, statement May 18, 1892.

JS1380            Smith, Hyrum, testimony regarding plural marriage, quoted by James Allred, October 15, 1854.  In Richard Van Wagoner Collection, bx 13.

JS1381            Pack, John, Statement on introduction to plural marriage by Hyrum Smith, Richard Van Wagoner Collection, bx 13.

JS1382            Richards, Franklin D., August 2, 1844 letter regarding the excommunication of Benjamin Brown, in Richard Van Wagoner Collection, bx 13

JS1383            Smith Bathsheba, extract from autobiography, testimony of plural marriage, Richard Van Wagoner Collection, bx 13.

JS1384            Kimball, Vilate, Letter June 6, 1843, extract, typescript, from Richard Van Wagoner Collection, bx 13.

JS1385            Kimball, Helen Mar, statement regarding her sealing, excerpt, typescript.

JS1386            Snow, Erastus, 1875 statement regarding his interactions with Joseph Smith  in the spring of 1843.

JS1387            Grant, Jedidiah M., letter to Brigham Young, September, 4, 1844, regarding the excommunication of Benjamin Winchester

JS1388            Sessions, Sylvia, letter regarding polyandry – unknown author.  Mary Elizabeth Rollins mentioned. Written to Richard Van Wagoner

JS1389            Jacob, Udney H. to Oliver Granger, March 3, 1840.

JS1390            Pratt, Parley, P., March 11, 1850 excerpt from Belinda Marden Pratt regarding Mary Ann Frost

JS1391            Young, Brigham, excerpt from letter, August 10, 1845, to William Smith regarding sealing authority in one man, etc.

JS1392            Young, Brigham, letter to Reuben Hedlock, May 1, 1844, regarding keeping secrets

JS1393            Robinson, Ebenezer, statement December 29, 1873.

JS1394            Robinson, Ebenezer to Jason W. Briggs January 28, 1880. Typescript.

JS1395            Lott, Melissa, August 4, 1893, interview by Joseph Smith III, typescript, incomplete

JS1396            Vogel, Dan regarding Mrs. Davenport from Early Mormon Documents

JS1397            Avery, Valeen Tippetts, collection bx 7 fd 3

JS1398            Avery, Valeen Tippetts, collection bx 8 fd 51

JS1399            Woodward, Maria Jane, information from the Valeen Tippetts Avery collection bx 21 fd 27

JS1400            Sheen, John K., letter to Joseph F. Smith, February 8, 1910.

JS1401            Smith, Joseph III, to E. C. Brand, January 26, 1894 typescript from Valeen Tippetts Avery collection.

JS1402            Charles, Melodie Moench, “The Scriptures and Mormon Women,” essay.

JS1403            Nauvoo High Council transcript of testimony from May 21-28, 1842 from Sarah Miller, Maria Champlin, Melinda Lewis, Caroline Butler, Ellen Edwards, Catherine Fuller Warren, Matilda Nyman and Margret Nyman. Photocopies of manuscripts.

JS1404            RLDS Council of the Twelve Minutes 1865-1889, transcribed by Valeen Tippetts Avery.

JS1405            Avery, Valeen Tippetts to Linda King Newell, March 26, 1980.

JS1406            Phelps, W. W. to Sally Phelps, May 26, 1835, photocopy.

JS1407            Walker, Catherine, “Life of Catherine Walker.”

JS1408            Welling, Phebe Louisa Holmes. The Ancestors and Descendants of Job Welling. Bountiful, Utah: Job Welling Family Organization, 1982.

JS1409            West, Margaret, “Testimony,” from “Church Manuscripts,” collection by Alan H. Gerber, vol 1, BYU, HBLL, Special Collections

JS1410            Write, William, census seeking

JS1411            Phelps, W. W., Letter to Brigham Young, August 12, 1861. Brigham Young Collection, LDS Church History Library. Photocopy.

JS1412            Bergera, Gary James. “Buckeye’s Laments: Two Early Insider Exposés of Mormon polygamy and Their authorship.” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 96, no. 4 (Winter 2003): 350-90. Typescript copy.

JS1413            Bennett, Richard, “Has the Lord Turned Bankrupt?” The Attempted Sale of the Nauvoo Temple, 1846-1850,” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society (1998-) Vol. 95, No. 3 (Autumn, 2002), pp. 235-263. Typescript copy.

JS1414            Wood, Timothy,  “The Prophet and the Presidency: Mormonism and Politics in Joseph Smith’s 1844 Presidential Campaign.” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 93, no. 2 (2000:167-93.  Typescript copy.

JS1415            Hill, Marvin S., “Carthage Conspiracy Reconsidered : A Second Look at the Murder of Joseph and Hyrum Smith,” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Summer 2004, 107-34. Typescript copy.

JS1416            Peters, Jason Frederick, “The Kinderhook Plates: Examining a Nineteenth-Century Hoax,” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 96, no. 2 (summer 2003): 130-45.

JS1417           Shurtliff, Luman Andros,  Autobiography, MS 1605, Microfilm, Access No. 20492-ARCH (96923). Excerpt, transcript.

JS1418            Lyman, Francis M. typescript of May 30, 1892 journal entry

JS1419           Smith, Emma, “Emma Smith’s 1846-1847 Recollections of Polygamy” typescript.

JS1420            McLellan, William E. to Joseph Smith III, 1872 typescript

JS1421            Anti-Mormon tract quoting William E. McLellin.

JS1422            Council of the Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, minutes, September 26, 1835, transcript.

JS1423            Brooks, Juanita, excerpt from On the Ragged Edge, pp. 53-54:  “Polygamy in Missouri” transcript statement that confuses Thomas B. Marsh with John E. Page

JS1424            Pratt, Parley P. Autobiography of Parley Parker Pratt, excerpt 296-99 recounting Joseph Smith teaching him about eternal marriage in 1841. Photocopy.

JS1425            Pratt, Parley P., Dec. 21, 1853, Letter to “Sister Hill” proposing marriage. Typescript.

JS1426            Smith, William, Defence of Elder William Smith Against the Slanders of Abraham Burtis, and Others, Philadelphia, 1844. Photocopy of

JS1427            Kimball, Murray G., typescript of blessing June 30, 1850 transcript.

JS1428           Young, Joseph, January 26, 1845, comments in the Quorum of 70. Typescript.

JS1429           Minutes of June 1, 1845 meeting in Nauvoo.

JS1430            Young, Brigham, May 4, 1845 discourse, brief excerpt, transcript.

JS1431            Minutes, May 24, 1845, typescript.

JS1432            Ells, Hannah, to Phebe Woodruff, May 4, 1845, transcript.

JS1433            Minutes, January 8, 1845 transcript.

JS1434            Smith, William, “Proclamation of Bill Smith,” Quincy Whig, November 5, 1845. Photocopy and typescript.,

JS1435            Minutes, April 8, 1846, transcript.

JS1436            Smith, William, “A Revelation Given to William Smith, in 1847, on the Apostacy of the Church and the Pruning of the Vineyard of the Lord,”  no date. Photocopy

JS1437           “Mormon Polygamy,” London News, August 21, 1851, p. 269, vol. 29, no. 34. Photocopy.

JS1438            Minutes of the School of the Prophets, 1870, typescript.

JS1439            Minutes of the School of the Prophets, 1871, typescript.

JS1440            Smith, Joseph F., comments at a Quarterly Conference March 3-4, 1883. Typescript.,

JS1441            Rudd, Calvin P., “William Smith: Brother of the Prophet Joseph Smith, ” masters thesis, 1973.

JS1442            Sheen, Isaac, Melchizedek and Aaronic Herald volumes 1849. photocopy poor quality.

JS1443            Alger, Fanny, research notes by Michael Marquardt.

JS1444            Arrowsmith, William research notes by Michael Marquardt

JS1445            “‘Let No One . . .  Set On (D&C 132:60) My Servant Joseph:’ Religious Historians Missing the Lessons of Religious History.” May 17, 1999. Unpublished manuscript. Printout in my possession. Also http://www.shields-research.org/Reviews/MHA-Bachman.PDF (accessed September 18, 2010). Typescript.

JS1446            Bond, Myron H., to Mary Bond, April 24, 1876, typescript, extract  regarding Louisa Beaman.

JS1447            Beaman, Louisa, research notes.

JS1448            Benbow, John, research notes.

JS1449            Benson, Ezra, autobiography excerpt.

JS1450            Boston, Massachusetts apostasy in late 1844 research notes

JS1451            Werden, David Ross, “Eternal Marriage.”

JS1452            Hales, Brian C., A Response to Concerns Regarding Joseph Smith and the Practice of Plural Marriage in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,” FairMormon posting October 17, 2013.

JS1453            Brotherton, Martha, research materials.

JS1454            Cahoon, William Farrington, Autobiography, excerpt.

JS1455            Child, John K., “Mormon Polygamy: Interesting Sidelights and Notes,” essay.

JS1456            Christensen, Steven F., “David and Perdition,” The Sunstone Review, vol. 1, no. 1 (1981), July/Aug.

JS1457            Cobern, Emily M. information

JS1458            Compton, Todd, answers questions regarding In Sacred Loneliness.

JS1459            Cowles, Austin, research notes.

JS1460            Cowles, Elvira, research materials.

JS1461            Daynes, Kathryn, “Polygamy”  powerpoint narration.

JS1462            D&C 132: background information.

JS1463            “The Non-Litigant Heirs,” Deseret News, October 18, 1979. Photocopy

JS1464            Kingsbury, Joseph C., transcript of patriarchal blessing given March 23, 1843.

JS1465            “Question Time” RLDS interpretation of Jacob 2:30. December 1972.

JS1466            Eternal Marriage research notes

JS1467            “Question Time,” vol. 2, Herald House, 1967, question about polygamy, photocopy excerpt.

JS1468            Compton, Todd, “Speech given at a Meeting of the Association of Intermountain Booksellers, February 25, 1998.”

JS1469            Davis, Elizabeth, research information.

JS1470            Ells, Hannah, research material

JS1471            Hales, Brian, “Esther Dutcher–Joseph Smith’s Thirty-Fourth Plural Wife?” essay.

JS1472            Forehand, Tom, polygamy research notes

JS1473            Forehand, Tom, “A Quaking in Israel: Joseph Smith, Jr. and Mormon Polygamy,” essay, unfinished.

JS1474            Frost, May Ann, research notes.

JS1475            Compton, Todd, “Secret Prayers: Olive Grey Frost Smith and Mary Ann Frost Stearns Pratt (Smith, posth.)” essay.

JS1476            Frost, Olive Grey, bio from Jenson’s History Record article “Plural Marriage.” Photocopy.

JS1477            Fuller, Sally Ann, research information.

JS1478            Fullmer, David research notes.

JS1479            Fullmer, Desdemona research notes.

JS1480            Adams, George J., research materials.

JS1481            Granger Kimball, Sarah, research materials.

JS1482            Grover, Thomas, research materials

JS1483            Hancock, Mosiah, journal excerpts, transcribed, CA 570.

JS1484            Kimball, Heber C. letters to Vilate, transcriptions by the Heber C. Kimball Family Association Archives. Part 1.

JS1485            Kimball, Heber C. letters to Vilate, transcriptions by the Heber C. Kimball Family Association Archives. Part 2.

JS1486            Higbee, Francis, research materials.

JS1487            Hines, Mark, “Old Fashioned Adultery,” essay

JS1488            Brown, Hiram, research materials.

JS1489           Hyde, Orson, research materials.

JS1490            Illinois laws and polygamy research materials.

JS1491            Compton, Todd, In Sacred Loneliness errata sheet.

JS1492            Journal History excerpts, for September 1842

JS1493            Page, John E., research materials.

JS1494            Johnson, Almera, research notes.

JS1495            Johnson, Benjamin F., research materials.

JS1496            Johnson, Eli research materials.

JS1497           Johnson, George Washington research materials

JS1498            Johnson, Marinda, research notes.

JS1499            Brown, Lorenzo, journal excerpt, typescript, March 24, 1844.

JS1500            Pack,  Julia Ives Pack, information.

JS1501            Haight, Isaac autobiography, excerpt, typescript.

JS1502           Foote, Warren, autobiography, October 28, 1844

JS1503            Smith, Joseph II to John Smith (son of Hyrum Smith) March 21, 1848. Both were 15 years old. Typescript.

JS1504           Smith, Joseph, to Vilate Kimball, March 2, 1841, in Helen Vilate Bourne Fleming Papers, MS 9670, Box 1 (only box), Folder 25, LDS Church Archives, (manuscript copy)

JS1505            Hales, Brian, research notes on Joseph Smith III’s knowledge of his father’s plural marriages.

JS1506            Peterson, Boyd, Review of In Sacred Loneliness, online document.

JS1507            “Plural Marriages at Nauvoo during the lifetime of Joseph Smith” list.

JS1508           “List of known witnesses to sealings of women to Joseph Smith” list.

JS1509            Historical data on Joseph Smith’s wives with legal husbands

JS1510            List of errors in Joseph F. Smith’s affidavits

JS1511            “Questions on dates of [Joseph Smith’s plural] marriages” list.

JS1512            Joseph Smith’s plural marriages research materials.

JS1513            Joseph Smith’s plural marriages research materials. (2)

JS1514            Plural marriage and the endowed quorum research notes.

JS1515            Joseph Smith’s plural marriages research materials. (3)

JS1516            Joseph Smith’s plural marriages research materials. (4)

JS1517            Van Wagoner, Richard, “Joseph and Marriage,” Sunstone vol. 10, no. 9 (1985) Photocopy.

JS1518            Joseph Smith’s plural marriages research materials. (5)

JS1519            “Plural Marriages in Lifetime of Joseph Smith”

JS1520            Woodruff, Wilford, letter to Andrew Jenson, August 6, 1887, typescript.

JS1521            Joseph Smith’s plural marriages research materials. (6)

JS1522            Joseph Smith’s plural marriages research materials. (7) [Notes by I believe by Michael Marquardt.]

JS1523            Joseph Smith’s plural marriages research materials. (8)

JS1524            “Plural Sealings to Joseph Smith in Nauvoo Temple” list.

JS1525            Kelting, Joseph, research materials.

JS1526            Kimball, Heber C., research materials

JS1527            Kimball, Helen Mar, excerpt from “A Woman’s View” photocopy

JS1528            Kimball, Helen Mar, “Scenes and Incidents in Nauvoo” photocopies from Woman’s Exponent serial articles.

JS1529            Kimball, Helen Mar, Catalogue of “Family Papers” MSS 179, Box 1, at Utah State University.

JS1530            Kimball, Helen Mar, research materials

JS1531            Law, William, Affidavit Regarding Maria Lawrence

JS1532            Legal Marriage documents for nuptials performed by Joseph Smith and others in Nauvoo.

JS1533            Law, Jane, affidavit reprinted in Joseph Fielding Smith, Blood Atonement.

JS1534            Law, Richard S. “An Interesting Testimony with Richard S. Law, son of William Law. Interviewed by Joseph W. McMurrin.” Improvement Era 6, no. 7 (May 1903): 507-10. Typescript,

JS1535            Law, William, research materials.

JS1536            Kingsbury, Joseph C., research materials.

JS1537            Lawrence Estate research materials.

JS1538            Larence, Maria, research notes.

JS1539            Lawrence Sarah, research notes.

JS1540          Littlefield, Lyman O., research notes.

JS1541            Lott, Malissa, research notes.

JS1542            Marks, William research notes.

JS1543            Marquardt, Michael, H. “Emily Dow Partridge Smith Young on the Witness Stand: Recollections of a Plural Wife,” essay.

JS1544            Marquardt polygamy file boxes contents 10137

JS1545            McBride, Martha research notes.

JS1546            Nuttall, L. John, journal entries regarding Temple Lot Depositions

JS1547           “Joseph Smith’s Plural Wives: list.

JS1548            Marquardt, Michael, “Outline on Nauvoo Polygamy.”

JS1549            Moench, Melodie, “Joseph Smith: Prophet, Priest, and King,” November 1978.

JS1550            Morse, Justus, Affidavit, March 23, 1887. Typescript.

JS1551           Shook, Charles, A., “Joseph Smith on Celestial Marriage,” Sword of Laban Leaflets, No. 14,

JS1552            Nauvoo City Council 1841-1844 transcript.

JS1553            Nauvoo City property ownership research materials

JS1554            “A Traveler,” Letter to the Warsaw Signal, published March 20, 1844, transcript.

JS1555            Nauvoo High  Council, assorted transcripts and notes.

JS1556            Holy Order (Endowed Quorum) at Nauvoo, miscellaneous papers.

JS1557            Joseph Smith’s plural wives with Nauvoo map of their domiciles

JS1558            Nauvoo Maps

JS1559            Nauvoo Neighbor, May 3, 1843; Jan. 3, 1844, Jan 10; 1844; Jan. 31 1844; Feb. 7, 1814; Feb. 28, 1844; March 13, 1844; etc. photocopies, excerpts.

JS1560            Nauvoo Neighbor, May 29, 1844, photocopy

JS1561            Plural Marriages not in George D. Smith’s, ‘Nauvoo Roots of Mormon Polygamy,'” one page list

JS1562          Smith, Joseph, Letter to Newel K. Whitney, Elizabeth Ann Whitney, etc., August 18, 1842. LDS Church History Library. Photocopy of holograph in my possession. With analysis. Reproduced in Dean C. Jessee, ed. The Personal Writings of Joseph Smith. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1984, 539-40.

JS1563           Nauvoo High Council transactions regarding sexual impropriety

JS1564            Nauvoo Stake, Ward Census, 1842, LR 3102 27, excerpts.

JS1565            Nauvoo Temple diagrams

JS1566            Nauvoo Temple Proxy Marriages partial list

JS1567            “Sealings and Adoptions, 1846-1857,” Utah Family History Library, transcript.

JS1568            Noble, Joseph B., research notes.

JS1569            Olney, Oliver, H., research notes with transcripts of journal and photocopies of books.

JS1570            Partridge, Eliza, research materials

JS1571            Foster, Craig, L., “Review of ‘Emily Dow Partridge Smith Young on the Witness Stand: Recollections of a Plural Wife'”  May 2001.

JS1572            Partridge, Emily, Temple Lot Deposition transcript.

JS1573            Partridge, Emily, research materials.

JS1574            Pendleton, Lucinda, research materials.

JS1575            Phillips Smith, Catherine, copy of affidavit from Joseph Fielding Smith’s Blood Atonement. . .

JS1576            Hardy, B. Carmon, “Truth and Mistruth in Mormon History,” unpublished essay.

JS1577            “History of Polygamy in Utah” taken from Utah History Encyclopedia.

JS1578            Jorgensen, Victor W. and B. Carmon Hardy, “The Taylor-Cowly Affair and the Watershed of Mormon History,” Utah Historical Quarterly 48, (Winter 1980) 4-36.

JS1579            Smith, Hyrum, April 8, 1844, transcript of discourse

JS1580            Thompson, Mary, “Recollections,” Juvenile Instructor, 27 (1 July 1892) transcript.

JS1581            “Sequence of Nauvoo Plural Marriages April 5, 1841–June 2, 1844.” Lists

JS1582            Cox, Cordelia, “Autobiography,” transcript, excerpts.

JS1583            The Return, 2 (June 1890) 286, photocopy fo four pages.

JS1584            Quinn, D. Michael, List of women who received the endowment.

JS1585            Daynes, Kathryn, Review of Todd Compton’s In Sacred Loneliness, Pacific Historical Review, 68 (Aug. 1999)

JS1586            Jones, Gerald, E., Review of In Sacred Loneliness, Church History, 67 (Sept. 1998) 602.

JS1587            Seibel, Harvey, E., “The Matter of Polygamy (As Derived from Scripture),” Zion’s Advocate 79, (September 2002).

JS1588            Brimhal, John, October 25, 1843, journal entry regarding sealings, photocopy

JS1589            Buckeye’s Lamentation for want of more wives, photocopy of the Warsaw Signal, February 7, 1844.

JS1590            Young, Kimball, registry of collection (unknown respository)

JS1591            Smith, Joseph Fielding, to a “Brother” October 26, 1948,  On D&C 132:26-27.

JS1592            Sheldon, William A., RLDS Apostle, “What About Those Temple Ordinances?” Zion’s Advocate, July 1974, page 107.

JS1593            Cannon, George Q., comments of Christ’s posterity, transcript, Minutes of the Solemn Assembly, S. L. Temple, July 2, 1899.

JS1594            Hyde, Orson, Journal entry October 11, 1832, transcript.

JS1595            Brown, Hugh B., “The LDS Concept of Marriage,” Ensign,

JS1596            Salisbury, Katharine Smith, Statement. Saints’ Herald 40 (May 6, 1893): 275.

JS1597            Phelphs, W. W., letter written August 8, 1852, transcript.

JS1598            Smith, Joseph and Emma, family information

JS1599            Marquardt, Michael, “Polygamy in the Bible: Is It Approved of God?” essay.

JS1600            Groesbeck, C. Jess, in “Mormon Meet to Hear Psychiatrist’s Report Analyzing Joseph Smith and Polygamy,” Salt Lake Tribune, August 10, 1986.

JS1601           Clayton, William, Clayton’s Secret Writings Uncovered–Extracts from the Diaries of Joseph Smith’s Secretary William Clayton, advertisement providing history of publication.

JS1602            “Affidavits and Certificates Disproved the Statements and Affidavits Contained in John C. Bennetts Letters,” Nauvoo, August 31, 1842. Photocopy, poor quality.

JS1603            Bate, Kerry William, “Sin or Bore? Mormon Polygamy: A History, Richard Van Wagoner,” book review, Sunstone, Vol. 10, No. 12, (1986).

JS1604             Faux, Steven. “Genetic Self Interest & Mormon Polygyny: A Sociobiological Perspective of the Doctrinal Development of Polygyny.” Sunstone 8 (July/Aug. 1983): 37-40.

JS1605            Ehat, Andrew, “Forthcoming Books” Inner Circles of Nauvoo–Temple Ordinances as The Key to Joseph Smith’s Final Vision for the Church and Kingdom of God, (Orem, UT: Grandin Book, 1986). Advertisement.

JS1606            Polygamy notes compiled by Michael Marquardt

JS1607            “Polygamy and unlawful Cohabitation,” Deseret Evening News, January 8, 1900, typescript.

JS1608            Snow, Lorenzo, letter to Don L. Bigelow.  August 24, 1900. The Church has stopped performing plural marriages. Typescript.

JS1609            Grant, Heber, J. Letter to Mrs. Minnie Lisonbee, September 17, 1923.. No authorized plural marriages can be performed. Typescript.

JS1610            Grant, Heber, J. letter to Wilford Neyes, November 17, 1923. Typescript.

JS1611            Grant, Heber, J., letter to Bishop Morris Wilson jr., December 29, 1923. Typescript.

JS1612           Whitaker, John, “Efforts of the Church to Control the Practice of Polygamy After the Manifesto,” essay, typescript.

JS1613            Lyman, Francis M., Letter to Elder John Henry Smith, May 5, 1904, typescript.

JS1614            Grant, Heber J., Letterbook Journal B., p. 461, entry for October 6, 1890. transcript.

JS1615            Law of Sarah quotations.

JS1616            Taylor, John, remarks at a meeting of the First Presidency, Apostles, ad Presidents of States October 14, 1882. Transcript.

JS1617            Bateman, Mirinda, To Samuel Bateman, February 4th, 1869. Transcript.

JS1618            Polygamy research papers.

JS1619            Tanner, Jerald and Sandra, photocopy of chapter on Joseph Smith and Polygamy from Mormonism, Shadow or Reality.

JS1620            Pratt, Orson, research materials.

JS1621            Van Wagoner, Richard S., “Sarah M. Pratt: The Shaping of an Apostate.” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 19 (Summer 1986): 69-99.

JS1622            Pratt, Sarah, research notes.

JS1623            Hales, Brian, response to Rock Waterman’s position on Joseph Smith and plural marriage, September 2013.

JS1624            Richards, Rhoda, research materials.

JS1625            Richards, Willard, research materials.

JS1626            Rigdon, Nancy, research materials.

JS1627            RLDS Church responses to plural marriage

JS1628            Robinson, Ebenezer, research materials.

JS1629            Smith, Joseph III, recollections of Nauvoo Church leaders

JS1630            Bennett, John c., letter to the Iowa Hawk Eye, written October 28, 1843, published December 7, 1843. Transcript.

JS1631            Smith, Joseph, to George W. Robinson, November 6, 1842, with response. Transcript.

JS1632            Rollins, Mary Elizabeth, “The Life and Testimony of Mary Lightner.”

JS1633            Rollins, Mary Elizabeth, research materials.

JS1634            Sagers, Harrison, from Joseph Smith Fought Polygamy by Richard and Pamela Price

JS1635            Sages, Lucy, research materials

JS1636            Fullmer, David, The Saints Advocate, Vol. 8, No. 12, June 1886.  Affidavits regarding D&C 132.

JS1637            Thompson, Mercy, The Saints Advocate, Vol. 8, No. 12, June 1886.  Affidavits regarding D&C 132.

JS1638            Grover, Thomas, The Saints Advocate, Vol. 8, No. 12, June 1886.  Affidavits regarding D&C 132.

JS1639            Walker, Lovina, The Saints Advocate, Vol. 8, No. 12, June 1886.  Affidavits regarding D&C 132.

JS1640            Partridge, Emily, The Saints Advocate, Vol. 8, No. 12, June 1886.  Affidavits regarding D&C 132.

JS1641            Soby, Leonard, The Saints Advocate, Vol. 8, No. 12, June 1886.  Affidavits regarding D&C 132.

JS1642            Gurley, Z. H., The Saints Advocate, Vol. 8, No. 12, June 1886.  Affidavits regarding D&C 132.

JS1643            Littlefield, L. O., The Saints Advocate, Vol. 8, No. 12, June 1886.  Affidavits regarding D&C 132.

JS1644            Eaton, Mary Page, The Saints Advocate, Vol. 8, No. 12, June 1886.  Affidavits regarding D&C 132.

JS1645            Schindle, Melissa, research materials.

JS1646            Scott, Sarah, discussed in “Did Joseph Smith Practice Polygamy,” by Life Line Minitries.

JS1647            Seer Stones research materials

JS1648            Bartlett, Patty, research materials

JS1649            Rathbone, Tim, “Brigham Young’s Masonic Connection and Nauvoo Plural Marriages,” MHA Newsletter, no. 102, Summer, 1996.

JS1650            Coolbrith, Agnes, research materials.

JS1651            Smith, Bathsheba, research materials

JS1652            Smith, David H. to Sherman Smith, July 27, 1872.

JS1653            Smith, Emma, research materials.

JS1654            Newell, Linda King, and Valeen Tippetts Avery. Mormon Enigma: Emma Hale Smith. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday and Company, 1984; information regarding aftermath of publication.

JS1655            Smith, George A., Letter to Joseph Smith III, October 9, 1869. Also in Journal History, October 9, 1869. LDS Church History Library. Photocopy in my possession. Various typescripts.

JS1656            Smith, George D., “The Summer of 1842: Joseph Smith’s Relationships with the 12 Wives He Married after his First Wife, Emma,” Sunstone Symposium, July 31, 1998.

JS1657            Bergera, Gary James, “Counting Polygamists: A Review of George D. Smith’s Identification of the Earliest Mormon Polygamists,” essay.

JS1658            Dibble Granger, Lydia, sealed to Joseph Smith or Hyrum Smith. Brief observation.

JS1659            Smith, Hyrum, research materials.

JS1660            Smith, Jesse Nathaniel, research materials.

JS1661            Smith, Joseph, teachings on eternal and plural marriage research materials.

JS1662            Marquardt, H. Michael, “Report of Possible Children born to Joseph Smith,” 2003, notes.

JS1663            Smith, Mary Ettie Coray, research notes.

JS1664            Smith, William B., research materials.

JS1665            Snow, Eliza R., research materials.

JS1666            Snow, Erastus, research materials

JS1667            Snow, Lorenzo, research materials.

JS1668            Soby, Leonard, affidavits

JS1669            Hamilton, Marshall, “Comment on Susan Staker’s Sunstone Paper Delivered in Salt Lake City, 17 August 1996.”

JS1670            Taylor, John, plural wives, information.

JS1671            Nauvoo Temple Record, December 16, 1845, transcript.

JS1672            Jacob, Udney, The Peace Maker, research notes.

JS1673            Thompson, John E., “A History of Plural Marriage in the Mormon Church,” May 1974.

JS1674            Thompson, Mercy R., research materials.

JS1675            Thompson, John E. and Michael S. Riggs, “Thoms Guymon’s Horse Mill and ‘The Notorious Case of Aaron Lyon.'” A paper presente to the annual meeting of the MHA May 23, 1997 at Omaha, Nebraska.

JS1676            Turley, Theodore, research material.

JS1677            “Voice of Innocence from Nauvoo,” Nauvoo Neighbor 1 (20 March 1844): 2. Photocopy of handwritten document.

JS1678            Vose, Ruth, research materials.

JS1679            Walker, Lovina Smith, research materials.

JS1680            Walker, William Holmes, “Incidents, Travels, and Life of Elder William Holmes Walker: Including His Immediate Association with Joseph Smith the Prophet,” typescript, BYU.

JS1681            Walker, Lucy, reaserach materials.

JS1682            White, O. Kendall, and Daryl White, “Polygamy and Mormon Identity,” The Journal of American Culture,” Vol. 28, no. 2, June 2005, 165-76, photocopy.

JS1683            Whitehead, James, declaration on polygamy and succession, tyepscripts.

JS1684            Whitney, Elizabeth A., research materials.

JS1685            Smith, Joseph, revelation to Newel K. Whitney, July 27, 1842. Transcript.

JS1686            Marquardt, Michael, “The Strange Marriages of Sarah Ann Whitney to Joseph Smith the Mormon Prophet, and Joseph C. Kingsbury and Heber C. Kimball,” 1973.

JS1687            Whitney, Sarah Ann, research materials from Michael Marquardt files.

JS1688            Wight, Orange, research materials.

JS1689            Smith, William, research materials.

JS1690            Winchester, Nancy Maria research materials.

JS1691            Woodworth, Flora research materials.

JS1692            Woolley, Samuel A., testimony from Historical Record, photocopy.

JS1693            Young, Brigham, research materials regarding plural wives.

JS1694            Newspapers, 1828-1846

JS1695           Chase, Daryl. “Sidney Rigdon: Early Mormon.” Master’s thesis, University of Chicago, 1931.

JS1696            Bringhurst, Newell George. “‘A Servant of Servants: Cursed as Pertaining to the Priesthood.’: Mormon Attitudes toward Slavery and the Black Man 1830-1880.” Ph.D. diss., University of California, Davis, 1975.

JS1697            Bennett, Richard Edmond. “Mormons at the Missouri.” Ph.D. Dissertation, Wayne State University, 1984.

JS1698            Baugh, Alex, “A Call to Arms: The 1838 Mormon Defense of Northern Missouri,” PhD Dissertation, BYU, 1996

JS1699            Ashurst-McGee, Mark, “A Pathway to Prophethood: Joseph Smith Junior as Rodsman, Village Seer, and Judeo-Christian Prophet, Masters thesis USU 2000

JS1700            1830 Newspapers

JS1701            1831 Newspapers

JS1702            1832 Newspapers

JS1703            1833 Newspapers

JS1704            1834 Newspapers

JS1705            1835 Newspapers

JS1706            1836 Newspapers

JS1707            1837 Newspapers

JS1708            1838 Newspapers

JS1709            1839 Newspapers

JS1710            1840 Newspapers

JS1711            1841 Newspapers

JS1712            1842 Newspapers

JS1713            1843 Newspapers

JS1714            1844 Newspapers

JS1715            1845 Newspapers

JS1716            1846 Newspapers

JS1717           Misc. Newspapers

JS1718            Daynes, Kathryn M., “Plural Wives and the Nineteenth-Century Mormon Marriage System: Manti, Utah, 1849-1920,” PhD dissertation, 1991.

JS1719            DePillis, Mario Stephen. “The Development of Mormon Communitarianism, 1826-1846.” Yale University, 1960

JS1720            Esplin, Ronald K. “The Emergence of Brigham Young and the Twelve to Mormon Leadership, 1830-1841.” Ph.D., Brigham Young University, 1981.

JS1721            Flake, Kathleen, “Mr. Smoot Goes to Washington: The Politics of American Religious Identity, 1900-1920,” PhD dis. Univ. of Chicago, 2000.

JS1722            Godfrey, Kenneth W. Causes of Mormon-Non-Mormon Conflict in Hancock County, Illinois, 1839-1846. Brigham Young University, 1967.

JS1723            Gordon, Sarah Barringer, “‘The Twin Relic of Barbarism’: A Legal History of Anti-Polygamy in Nineteenth-Century American,” PhD dis. Princeton University, 1995.

JS1724            Hansen, Klaus J. The Kingdom of God in Mormon Thought and Practice, 1830-1896. Wayne State University, 1963.

JS1725            Johnson-Bennion, Daniela, “Comparing Themes of Polygamy in Mormon Women’s Public and Personal Writings as Found in the Woman’s Exponent, and Their Diaries During the Edmunds Act, The Edmunds-Tucker Act, and the Manifesto.” master’s thesis, USU 2000.

JS1726            Robinson, Ebenezer, The Return, Vol. 1 No. 1-12, photocopies.

JS1727            Robinson, Ebenezer, The Return, Vol. 2 No. 1-12, photocopies.

JS1728           Robinson, Ebenezer, The Return, Vol. 3 No. 1-5, photocopies.

JS1729          Lane, Jay Carlton, “Continuous Revelation: An Analysis of the Mormon Phylosophy,” masters thesis, California State, 1998.

JS1730            Larson, Suzanne, “An Ideograph Analysis of the Mormon Women and Non-Mormon Women’s Public Argument on Polygamy and Suffrage, 1870-1886,” PhD dis. , 1992.

JS1731            Launius, Roger Dale. “And There Came Prophets in the Land Again: The Life of Joseph Smith III, 1832-1914, Mormon Reformer (Vol. I and II).” Ph.D. diss., Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1982.

JS1732            Linford, Orma. The Mormons and the Law: The Polygamy Cases. Ph.D. University of Wisconsin, 1964.

JS1733            Rigdon, Sidney, Messenger and Advocate, Pittsburg, Oct. 15, 1844. Vol 1, photocopy.

JS1734            Rigdon, Sidney, Messenger and Advocate, Pittsburg, Nov. 1845, Vol. 2, photocopy.

JS1735            “Was Jesus Married?” essay, unknown author.

JS1736           Millet, Robert L. “The Development of the Concept of Zion in Mormon Theology.” Ph.D. diss., Florida State University, 1983.

JS1737            Nelson, Richard Alan, “A History of Latter-day Saint Screen Portrayals in the Anti-Mormon Film Era 1905-1936,” masters thesis, 1975, BYU.

JS1738            Nichols, Jeffrey Donald, “Prostitution and Polygamy: The Contest over Morality in Salt Lake City, 1847-1918, Univ. of Utah  PhD dissertation, 1998.

JS1739           Chart of Doctrine and Covenant revelations commanding obedience.

JS1740            Olsen, Steven L. The Mormon Ideology of Place: Cosmic Symbolism of the City of Zion, 1830-1846. Ph.D. diss., University of Chicago, 1985.

JS1741            Parkin, Max H. “A History of the Latter-day Saints in Clay County, Missouri, from 1833 to 1837.” Ph.D. diss., Brigham Young University, 1976.

JS1742            Parkin, Max H. “Conflict at Kirtland: A Study of the Nature and Causes of External and Internal Conflict of the Mormons in Ohio Between 1830 and 1838.” M.A. thesis, Brigham Young University, 1966.

JS1743            Phrenology chart from Joseph Smith

JS1744            “A Compilation of Quotations on Celestial or Plural Marriage.”

JS1745            The Doctrine of Plural Marriage, quote excerpts.

JS1746            Porter, Larry, “A Study of the Origins of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the States of New York and Pennsylvania, 1816-1831.” Ph.D. diss., Brigham Young University, 1971.

JS1747            Ware, Richard, “Women and the Priesthood,” essay.

JS1748            Foster, Craig, L., “Separated But Not Yet Divorced: The LDS Church’s Uncomfortable Relationship with its Polygamous Past,” essay from The Interpreter.

JS1749            Sessions, Sylvia, evidences regarding early 1842 polyandry.

JS1750            Underwood, Grant R. “The Millenarian World of Early Mormonism.” Ph.D. diss., University of California, Los Angeles, 1988.

JS1751            Van Wagenen, Lois, “Sister-Wives and Suffragists: Polygamy and the Politics of Woman Suffrage 1870-1896,” PhD dis. New York University, 1994.

JS1752            Walker, Kyle R., “The Joseph Sr. and Lucy Mack Smith Family: A Family Process Analysis of the Nineteenth Century Household,” PhD dis. BYU, 2001.

JS1753             Ehat, Andrew, “Pseudo-Polyandry: Explaining Mormon Polygyny’s Paradoxical Companion,” Given at the Sunstone Theological Symposium, 22 August 1986, Salt Lake City, Utah.

JS1754             Clark Ellis, Phebe Jane, excerpt from Carr Family History discussing her presence at the beside of Sylvia Sessions Lyon in 1882 when Sylvia spoke of their parentage.