Austin, Emily M.
Mormonism; Or, Life among the Mormons
M. J. Cantwell
The early experiences of the Mormons, including the New York period. One of the main early accounts of New York and Ohio Mormonism. Austin herself never joined the LDS church, but some of her immediate family did.
A Documentary History of the Book of Mormon
A Society of Like-Minded Men : American Localism and the Mormon Expulsion from Jackson County
Captivity, Adoption, Marriage and Identity : Native American Children in Mormon Homes, 1847-1900
Exiles in a Land of Liberty : Mormons in America, 1830-1846
Factors in the Destruction of the Mormon Press in Missouri, 1833
Great Basin Kingdom : An Economic History of the Latter-day Saints, 1830-1900
Isaac and Elizabeth Hale in Their Endless Mountain Home
Joseph Smith and the Beginnings of Mormonism
Martin Harris : Mormonism's Early Convert
Mormon Enigma : Emma Hale Smith
Mormonism : From Its New York Beginnings
New Perspectives in Mormon Studies : Creating and Crossing Boundaries
Orrin Porter Rockwell : Man of God, Son of Thunder
Secular or Sectarian History? : A Critique of No Man Knows My History
The Colesville Branch and the Coming Forth of the Book of Mormon
The Encounter of the Young Joseph Smith with Presbyterianism
The LDS Temple Baptismal Font : Dead Relic or Living Symbol?
The Mormon History Association's Tanner Lectures : The First Twenty Years
The Peter Whitmer Log Home : Cradle of Mormonism