McLellin, William E.
The William E. McLellin Papers, 1854-1880
Larson, Stan,Passey, Samuel J.
Salt Lake City, UT
Sources, letters|"William Earl Mclellin's writings document aspects of a community of believers that coalesced around Joseph Smith in nineteenth-century America, showing the church's place in its historical context. McLellin's notebooks and letters portray the Mormons from their inception in the 1830s up to the 1880s when they began to evolve from a mystical Christan offshoot into a modern world church." [from book introduction]
"A Uniformity So Complete" : Early Mormon Angelology
"He Had No Other Wife but Me" : Emma Hale Smith and Mormon Polygamy
"The Testimony of Men" : William E. McLellin and the Book of Mormon Witnesses
A Documentary History of the Book of Mormon
A Response to Grant Palmer's "Sexual Allegations against Joseph Smith and the Beginnings of Polygamy in Nauvoo"
Brigham Young : Pioneer Prophet
Evaluating the Book of Mormon Witnesses
Feeding the Flock : The Foundations of Mormon Thought : Church and Praxis
In Heaven as It Is on Earth : Joseph Smith and the Early Mormon Conquest of Death
Joseph Smith's Polygamy
Joseph Smith, Captain Kidd, Cumorah, and Moroni
Parley Pratt's Autobiography as Personal Restoration and Redemption
The Church of Christ (Temple Lot) and the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints : 130 Years of Crossroads and Controversies
The Concept of a "Rejected Gospel" in Mormon History, Part 2
The Forgotten Story of Nauvoo Celestial Marriage
The Oxford Handbook of Mormonism