Studies in Mormon History

Results 51–60 of 60 for: subjects:"Illinois, anti-Mormonism"
Title Authors Publication Date Publication Type Cited By Count Citation Count
Assassination of Joseph and Hyrum Smith, the Prophet and the Patriarch of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Also a Condensed History of the Expulsion of the Saints from Nauvoo. Fullmer, John S. 1855 Book 2
Anti-Mormonism in Illinois : Thomas C. Sharp's Unfinished History of the Mormon War, 1845 Launius, Roger D. 1989 Journal Article 7 22
Anti-Mormon Sentiment in Western Illinois, 1839-1846 : Conflict in Zion Huffman, Julie Lynne 1987 Dissertation
A Study of the Causes of the Conflict between the Mormons and the Non-Mormons in Missouri and Illinois Teuscher, Alvin J. 1940 Dissertation 1
A Study of the Administration of Thomas Ford, Governor of Illinois, 1842-1846 Thompson, Charles Manfred 1910 Dissertation
A Question 1915 Journal Article
A Narrative of the Adventures and Experience of Joseph H. Jackson, In Nauvoo, Disclosing the Depths of Mormon Villainy Jackson, Joseph H. 1844 Book 15
A Narrative of Military Experience in Several Capacities Everett, Edward 1906 Journal Article 1
A History of Illinois : From Its Commencement as a State in 1818 to 1847 Ford, Thomas 1854 Book 71
A Brief History of the Leading Causes of the Hancock Mob, In the Year 1846 Conyers, Josiah B. 1846 Book 5