JSP Document Book 15

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15.002      Smith, Joseph’s January 21, 1836 vision of an angel with a drawn  sword protecting Brigham Young. Typescript from HC 2:380-81.

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

15.004      Levi Richards Journal, May 14th, 1843, typescript.

15.005      Hancock, Mosiah, “Correspondence,” Deseret News, February 27, 1884, no. 6, XXXIII

15.006      Robinson, Joseph Lee, Reminiscences and Journal, MS 7042, excerpts, angel with a drawn sword.

15.007      Cummings, Horace, “Conspiracy in Nauvoo,” The Contributor, 5: 251-60, SLC: Magazine Printing, April, 1884.

15.009      Pfeiffer, Emily. Flying Leaves from East and West. London: Field and Tuer, 1885.Angel with sword.

15.012      Olney, Oliver H., Papers, original at Yale; microfilm at CHD (MS 8829, item 8), excerpts, transcribed.

15.022      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?” The John Whitmer Historical Association Journal, 26 (2006) 101-19.

15.032      Miller, Lisa, “Beliefwatch, Ever After,” Newsweek, September 3, 2007, 13

15.035      Jackson, Joseph H.,  A Narrative of the Adventures and Experiences of Joseph H. Jackson in Nauvoo, Exposing the Depths of Mormon Villainy (1844); reprinted for Karl Yost, Morrison, Illinois, 1960.

15.059      Bays, Davis H., Doctrines and Dogmas of Mormonism Examined and Refuted, St. Louis: Christian Publishing, 1897.

15.093      “J. J. J.,”  “Two Prophets’ Widows A Visit to the Relicts of Joseph Smith and Brigham Young,” J. J. J., in St. Louis Globe-Democrat (St. Louis, MO) Thursday, August 18, 1887; pg. 6; Issue 85; col E.

15.097      Hill, Marvin S. “Mormon Religion in Nauvoo: Some Reflections.” Utah Historical Quarterly 44 (Spr 1976):179. 170-80