Zimmerman, Dean R.
I Knew the Prophets : An Analysis of the Letter of Benjamin F. Johnson to George F. Gibbs, Reporting Doctrinal Views of Joseph Smith and Brigham Young
'Almost Too Intolerable a Burthen' : The Winter Exodus from Missouri, 1838-39
'High Treason and Murder' : The Examination of Mormon Prisoners at Richmond, Missouri, in November 1838
'Strains Which Will Not Soon Be Allowed to Die . . .' : 'The Stranger' and Carthage Jail
'The Tongue of Angels' : Glossolalia among Mormonism's Founders
A Response to Denver Snuffer's Essay on Plural Marriage, Adoption, and the Supposed Falling Away of the Church – Part 1 : Ignoring Inconvenient Evidence
Benjamin Franklin Johnson in Nauvoo : Friend, Confidant, and Defender of the Prophet
Early Mormon Polygamy Defenses
Family Ties : Belief and Practice in Nauvoo
Fanny Alger Smith Custer : Mormonism's First Plural Wife?
Fanny Alger and Joseph Smith's Pre-Nauvoo Reputation
Joseph Smith's Personal Polygamy
Joseph Smith's Plural Wives after the Martyrdom
Joseph Smith's Polygamy
Joseph Smith, W. W. Phelps, and the Poetic Paraphrase of 'The Vision'
Kingdom on the Mississippi Revisited
More Wives than One : Transformation of the Mormon Marriage System, 1840-1910
Mormon Enigma : Emma Hale Smith
Mormon Polyandry in Nauvoo
Mormonism and Music : A History
Nauvoo's Inner Circle of Thirty-Two Men Who Accepted "Celestial Marriage"
Persuading Men and Women to Join in Celestial Marriage
Plurality, Patriarchy and the Priestess : Zina D. H. Young's Nauvoo Marriages
Stretching to Find the Negative: Gary Bergera's Review of Joseph Smith's Polygamy : History and Theology
The Christus in Context : A Photo Essay
The Council of Fifty Minutes and Latter Day Saint Studies on Succession
The Council of Fifty and Its Members, 1844 to 1945
The Forgotten Story of Nauvoo Celestial Marriage
The Mantle of Joseph : Creation of a Mormon Miracle
The Mantle of the Prophet Joseph Passes to Brother Brigham : A Collective Spiritual Witness
Vox Joseph Vox Dei : Regarding Some of the Moral and Ethical Aspects of Joseph Smtih's Practice of Plural Marriage