Marquardt, H. Michael, Walters, Wesley P.
Inventing Mormonism : Tradition and the Historical Record
Smith Research Associates
The authors present the history of the Joseph Smith family and the origins of the Mormon Church in context with the general social and intellectual cimate of western New York during the 1820s. Like other early American reformers, Joseph Smith made social experiments and redacted religious tradition; thus, he influenced the religious development of the U. S.
"As Neither Apologist nor Cynic : Filling in the Gap and Keeping Theologians Honest"
Automatic Writing and the Book of Mormon : An Update
Biographers and the Mormon "Prophet Puzzle" : 1974 to 2004
Blood of the Prophets : Brigham Young and the Massacre at Mountain Meadows
Form Criticism of Joseph Smith's 1823 Vision of the Angel Moroni
In Heaven as It Is on Earth : Joseph Smith and the Early Mormon Conquest of Death
John Whitmer and the Revelations of Joseph Smith
Judge Austin A. King's Preliminary Hearing : Joseph Smith and the Mormons on Trial
Legal Insights into the Organization of the Church in 1830
Manchester as the Site of the Organization of the Church on April 6, 1830
Martin Harris : The Kirtland Years, 1831-1870
Mormonism and Wikipedia : The Church History That "Anyone Can Edit"
Moroni : Angel or Treasure Guardian?
On the Way to Somewhere Else : European Sojourners in the Mormon West, 1834-1930
Parallel Paths : LDS General Conference and Mormon History