Evans, Richard L.
A Century of 'Mormonism' in Great Britain
Salt Lake City
Reprint, Salt Lake City: Publishers Press, 1984.
A brief summary of the activities of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the United Kingdom, with emphasis on its introduction one hundred years ago.
"We Do Not Make Fun of Any Religion in My Newspapers" : The Beaverbrook Press Coverage of Mormon Stories in Britain, 1912-1964
'The Mormon Peril' : The Crusade against the Saints in Britain, 1910-1914
An Intimate Chronicle : The Journals of William Clayton
Before Stakehood : The Mission Years in Brisbane, Australia
Brigham Young : American Moses
Church Growth in the British Isles, 1937-1987
Dickens and the Mormons
Establishment and Expansion, 1837-1853
Heber C. Kimball : Mormon Patriarch and Pioneer
History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Ireland since 1840
James Blakeslee, the Old Soldier of Mormonism
Massacre at Mountain Meadows : An American Tragedy
Missions of the Twelve to the British Isles
Mormons in Victorian England
Proclamation to the People : Nineteenth-Century Mormonism and the Pacific Basin Frontier
Seventy-Five Years of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir's Music and the Spoken Word, 1929-2004 : A History of the Broadcast of America's Choir
The 'Unidentified Pioneers' : An Analysis of Staffordshire Mormons, 1837 to 1870
The Concept of Zion as Reflected in Mormon Song
The Decline in Convert Baptisms and Member Emigration from the British Mission after 1870
The Gathering : Revelation and Adaptation
The Gathering of the Australian Saints in the 1850s
The History of the Early Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Preston, Lancashire, England
The Making of British Saints in Historical Perspective
The Mormon Passage of George D. Watt : First British Convert, Scribe for Zion
The Religious Backgrounds of Mormon Converts in Britain, 1837-52
William Jarman : "That Anti-Mormon Apostle of the British Isles"