Foundations of the Restoration

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The religious creeds and statistics of every Christian denomination in the United States and British provinces. With some account of the religious sentiments of the Jews, American Indians, Deists, Mahometans, &c., alphabetically arranged. Hayward, Joh 1836 280 H33r 1836 Unit 8 — Kirtland No
General Smith's views of the powers and policy of the government of the United States. Taylor, John (printer) 1844 M243.3 Sm61g 1844 Unit 10 — Nauvoo Yes
Proclamation of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints : to all the kings of the world; to the president of the United States of America; to the governors of the several states; and to the rulers and people of all nations; The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 1845 M273.1 C47p 1845 Unit 10 — Nauvoo Yes
Joseph Smith's views on the government and policy of the United States. Reprinted from a copy published at Nauvoo, February 7, 1844 Smith, Joseph 1891 M243.3 Sm61j 1891 Unit 10 — Nauvoo No
Subscription lists Pomeroy, C.M. 1870 MSS SC 216 Unit 11 — Eternal Marriage and Plural Marriage No
The United States vs. George Reynolds. Indictment for bigamy Reynolds, George, defendant 1875 M243.9 P191 no.1 Unit 11 — Eternal Marriage and Plural Marriage No
A review of the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States, in the case of Geo. Reynolds vs. the United States Cannon, George Q. 1879 M243.9 C164r 1879 Unit 11 — Eternal Marriage and Plural Marriage No
Bigamy and polygamy. Review of the opinion of the Supreme Court of the United States, rendered at the October term, 1878, in the case of George Reynolds, plaintiff in error, vs. the United States, defendant in error. By an old lawyer Reed, Henry 1879 M270.1 R33 1879 Unit 11 — Eternal Marriage and Plural Marriage No
George Q. Cannon letter to George Reynolds Cannon, George Q. 1880 Vault MSS 10 Series 1 folder 7 Unit 11 — Eternal Marriage and Plural Marriage Yes
Marriage. Monogamy and polygamy on the basis of divine law of natural law and constitutional law. An open letter to the Massachusetts members of Congress by one of their constituents, with observations on the opinion of the Supreme Court in Reynolds vs. U Giles, Alfred E. 1882 M243.9 P191 no.1 Unit 11 — Eternal Marriage and Plural Marriage No
Polygamy in Utah. Message from the president of the United States, transmitting a communication from the Secretary of the Interior relative to polygamy in Utah U.S. Utah Commission 1884 328.792 Un3 no.16 Unit 11 — Eternal Marriage and Plural Marriage No
Chester Alan Arthur pardon Arthur, Chester Alan 1884 MSS SC 2036 Unit 11 — Eternal Marriage and Plural Marriage No
Protest against the proposed election to the United States Senate of Reed Smoot, the Mormon apostle Wake, Richard 1902 BX 8608 .A1 no.4273 Unit 11 — Eternal Marriage and Plural Marriage No
Joseph F. Smith letter to James E. Steele Smith, Joseph F. 1902 MSS 7678 Unit 11 — Eternal Marriage and Plural Marriage No
In the matter of Reed Smoot, senator-elect of the state of Utah. Protests of citizens of the state of Utah against the admission to the United States Senate of Reed Smoot, Apostle of the Mormon Church 1903 M270.1 Sm71 1903 Unit 11 — Eternal Marriage and Plural Marriage No
Reed Smoot ... Mr. Burrows, from the Committee on Privileges and Elections, submitted the following report. U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Privileges and Elections 1906 BX 8670.1 .Sm769c no.3 Unit 11 — Eternal Marriage and Plural Marriage Yes
Senator from Utah : speech of Hon. Julius C. Burrows of Michigan, in the Senate of the United States, Wednesday, February 20, 1907 Burrows, Julius Caesar 1907 BX 8608 .A1 no.1148 Unit 11 — Eternal Marriage and Plural Marriage No
In opposition to the resolution reported from the Committee on Privileges and Elections "that Reed Smoot is not entitled to a seat as a senator of the United States from the state of Utah." Knox, Philander Chase 1907 BX 8608 .A1 no.2463 Unit 11 — Eternal Marriage and Plural Marriage Yes
The Reed Smoot case. Speech of Hon. Albert J. Beveridge, of Indiana, in the Senate of the United States, in support of the minority report on the resolution that Reed Smoot is not entitled to a seat in the Senate as a senator from Utah. February 20, 1907 Beveridge, Albert Jeremiah 1907 BX 8670.1 .Sm769c no.12 Unit 11 — Eternal Marriage and Plural Marriage No
Senator Reed Smoot and conditions in Utah . . . Speech of Hon. George Sutherland, of Utah, in the Senate of the United States, Tuesday, January 22, 1907 Sutherland, George 1907 BX 8670.1 .Sm769c no.2 Unit 11 — Eternal Marriage and Plural Marriage No