Studies in Mormon History

Results 51–87 of 87 for: subjects:"Illinois, politics"
Title Authors Publication Date Publication Type Cited By Count Citation Count
Thomas Sharp and Anti-Mormon Sentiment in Illinois Hampshire, Annette P. 1979 Journal Article 9
From Assassination to Expulsion : Two Years of Distrust, Hostility, and Violence Hamilton, Marshall 1992 Journal Article 9 12
Thomas Sharp's Turning Point : Birth of an Anti-Mormon Hamilton, Marshall 1989 Journal Article 9
Cultures in Conflict : A Documentary History of the Mormon War in Illinois Hallwas, John E., Launius, Roger D. 1995 Book 42
The Presidential Campaign of Joseph Smith, Jr., 1844 Graham, Bruce L. 1976 Dissertation 1
The Acquittal of a Community : The Trial of the Assassins of Joseph and Hyrum Smith Golding, Robyn Pearl 1994 Journal Article
Causes of Mormon-Non-Mormon Conflict in Hancock County, Illinois, 1839-1846 Godfrey, Kenneth W. 1967 Dissertation 25
The Road to Carthage Led West Godfrey, Kenneth W. 1968 Journal Article 3 9
Joseph Smith : Prophet and Secular Politician Gentry, Jeffrey S. 1996 Dissertation
A Social, Economic, and Political Study of the Mormons in Western Illinois, 1839-1846 : A Re-Evaluation Gayler, George R. 1955 Dissertation 14
The Mormons and Politics in Illinois, 1839-1844 Gayler, George R. 1956 Journal Article 6
Attempts by the State of Missouri to Extradite Joseph Smith, 1841-1843 Gayler, George R. 1963 Journal Article 9
Joseph Smith : Candidate for President of the United States Garr, Arnold K. 1995 Book Chapter 8
Ford's Letter-Book Ford, Thomas 1911 Journal Article
A History of Illinois : From Its Commencement as a State in 1818 to 1847 Ford, Thomas 1854 Book 71
Nauvoo--Kingdom on the Mississippi Flanders, Robert B. 1964 Dissertation 2
The Kingdom of God in Illinois : Politics in Utopia Flanders, Robert B. 1970 Journal Article 13 4
Nauvoo : Kingdom on the Mississippi Flanders, Robert B. 1965 Book 210
Zion in the Courts : A Legal History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1830-1900 Firmage, Edwin B., Mangrum, R. Collin 1988 Book 112 135
Joseph Smith Prophet-Statesman Durham, G. Homer 1944 Book 12
Joseph Smith's Statecraft Durham, G. Homer 1942 Journal Article 1
Mormonism in Illinois Cox, Dorothy June 1951 Dissertation 1
History of McDonough County, Illinois, Its Cities, Towns, and Villages Clarke, S. J. 1878 Book 2
Some Political Aspects of Early Mormon-'Gentile' Relations, 1830-1850 : Interpretation of Contemporary Sources of Public Opinion Clark, James R. 1938 Report
The Latter-day Saints as a Factor in Illinois History Carlson, Ellen O. 1925 Dissertation 4
Elections in Illinois Burgess, Samuel A. 1924 Journal Article
Polygamy : An Issue in the Election of 1860? Bullough, Vern 1961 Journal Article 5 2
The Partisan Press of Illinois : Motivation, Rhetoric, and Aggression in Hancock County Newspapers, 1839-1844 Bryner, Elizabeth Prete 1996 Journal Article
No Man Knows My History : The Life of Joseph Smith, the Mormon Prophet Brodie, Fawn M. 1945 Book 329
Defining Adultery under Illinois and Nauvoo Law Bradshaw, M. Scott, Madsen, Gordon A., Walker, Jeffrey N., Welch, John W. 2014 Book Chapter
Murder of the Mormon Prophet : the Political Prelude to the Death of Joseph Smith Baker, LeGrand L. 2006 Book 3
The Nauvoo Charter : Remarks of Honorable Mr. Backenstos, in the House of Representatives, January, 1845, against the Senate Bill, for Unconditional Repeal of the Nauvoo Charter Backenstos, Jacob 1914 Journal Article
Abraham Lincoln and Joseph Smith : How Two Contemporaries Changed the Face of American History Andersen, Ron, Andersen, Ron L. 2014 Book
One Man's Nauvoo : William Clayton's Experience in Mormon Illinois Allen, James B. 1979 Journal Article 14 8
Was Joseph Smith a Serious Candidate for the Presidency of the United States . . . ? Allen, James B. 1973 Journal Article 3
No Toil nor Labor Fear : The Story of William Clayton Allen, James B. 2002 Book 21
Trials of Discipleship : The Story of William Clayton, a Mormon Allen, James B. 1987 Book 45