Cook, Lyndon W.
Nauvoo Deaths and Marriages, 1839-1845
Contains a list of persons who died and persons who were married at Nauvoo, Illinois from 1839-1845. Gives dates, causes of death, ages and other vital statistics. It also tells who married them.
"The Little Head Stones Became Monuments" : Death in the Early Samoan Mission and the Creation of the Fagali'i Cemetary
"This Institution Is a Good One" : The Female Relief Society of Nauvoo, 17 March 1842 to 16 March 1844
'Illicit Intercourse,' Plural Marriage, and the Nauvoo Stake High Council, 1840-1844
A Response to Grant Palmer's "Sexual Allegations against Joseph Smith and the Beginnings of Polygamy in Nauvoo"
Army of Israel : Mormon Battalion Narratives
John C. Bennett, Joseph Smith, and the Beginnings of Mormon Plural Marriage in Nauvoo
Joseph Smith's Personal Polygamy
Joseph Smith's Polygamy
Mormonism and the Radical Religious Movement in Early Colonial New England
National Culture, Personality, and Theocracy in the Early Mormon Culture of Violence
One Side By Himself : The Life and Times of Lewis Barney 1808-1894
Saints and Sickness : Medicine in Nauvoo and Winter Quarters
The Cemetery Record of William D. Huntington, Nauvoo Sexton
The Earliest Eternal Sealings for Civilly Married Couples Living and Dead
The Nauvoo Neighborhood : A Little Philadelphia or a Unique City Set Upon a Hill?
The Notorious Hodges Brothers : Solving The Mystery of Their Destruction at Nauvoo
William B. Smith and the "Josephites"