Studies in Mormon History

Results 1–12 of 12 for: subjects:"Nauvoo, Ill., law and order"
Title Authors Publication Date Publication Type Cited By Count Citation Count
Nauvoo's Whistling and Whittling Brigade Moody, Thurmon Dean 1975 Journal Article 13 7
Crime and Punishment in Mormon Nauvoo, 1839-1846 Godfrey, Kenneth W. 1992 Journal Article 12 30
Policing in Mormon Nauvoo Allaman, John Lee 1996 Journal Article 4
Stealing at Mormon Nauvoo Shepard, Bill 2003 Journal Article 3 25
Judge Joseph Smith and the Expansion of the Legal Rights of Women : The Dana v. Brink Trial Dinger, John S. 2016 Journal Article 1 7
Governor Thomas Ford and the Nauvoo Riots Moeckel, Doug 1994 Journal Article 1
Defining Adultery under Illinois and Nauvoo Law Bradshaw, M. Scott, Madsen, Gordon A., Walker, Jeffrey N., Welch, John W. 2014 Book Chapter
Sexual Slander and Polygamy in Nauvoo Dinger, John S. July 2018 Journal Article 13
The Battle of Nauvoo Revisited Godfrey, Kenneth W. 2002 Journal Article 13
The People Versus the Prophet : Joseph Smith and the Criminal Law in Illinois Hamilton, Marshall 2002 Journal Article 17
"Armed men are coming from the state of Missouri" : Federalism, Interstate Affairs, and Joseph Smith's Final Attempt to Secure Federal Intervention in Nauvoo Rogers, Brent M. 2016 Journal Article
The Hanging of the Hodge Brothers Taylor, Samuel W 2000 Journal Article
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