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Arm the Children: Faith's Response to a Violent World by Arthur Henry King
Behind the Iron Curtain: Recollections of Latter-Day Saints in East Germany, 1945-1989 (Byu Studies Monographs) by Garold N. Davis
A call to Russia: Glimpses of missionary life from the journal of a mission president in the Russia St. Petersburg Missi by Thomas F. Rogers
Coming to Zion (Byu Studies Monographs) by James B. Allen
Educating Zion (Byu Studies Monographs) by John W. Welch
Hearts Turned to the Fathers: A History of the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1894-1994 (Byu Studies) by James B. Allen
Life in Utah: Centennial Selections from Byu Studies (Byu Studies Monographs,) by James B. Allen
Masada and the World of the New Testament (Byu Studies Monographs) by John W. Welch
Mormon Americana: A Guide to Sources and Collections in the United States (Byu Studies Monographs) by David J. Whittaker
Poets of Brasil by Frederick G. Williams
The Story of Masada: Discoveries from the Excavations by Gilah Hurvits
Trials of Discipleship by James B. Allen
The Truth, the Way, the Life by B. H. Roberts
The Worlds of Joseph Smith: A Bicentennial Conference at the Library of Congress by John W. Welch

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  1. Building Zion: The Latter-Day Saints in Europe by Bruce A. Van Orden (1996)
  2. Faith Rewarded: A Personal Account of Prophetic Promises to the East German Saints by Thomas S. Monson (1996)
  3. Be Thou an Example by Gordon B. Hinckley (1981)
  4. Joseph Smith's Quorum of the Anointed, 1842-1845: A Documentary History by Devery Scott Anderson (2005)
  5. Mormonism in Germany;: A history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Germany between 1840 and 1970, by Gilbert W. Scharffs (1970)
  6. Joseph Smith: An American Prophet by John Henry Evans (1933)
  7. The Story of the Latter-day Saints by James B. Allen (1976)
  8. In Sacred Loneliness: The Plural Wives of Joseph Smith by Todd M. Compton (1997)
  9. The Joseph Smith Papers: Journals, Vol. 1: 1832-1839 by Dean C. Jessee (2008)
  10. Message of the Joseph Smith Papyri: An Egyptian Endowment (Nibley, Hugh, Works. V. 16.) by Hugh Nibley (1975)
  11. Mormonism in Transition: A History of the Latter-day Saints, 1890-1930 by Thomas G. Alexander (1986)
  12. Excavating Mormon Pasts: The New Historiography of the Last Half Century by Newell G. Bringhurst (2004)
  13. The Way of the Master by Mark E. Petersen (1974)
  14. Zion: Seeking the City of Enoch by Larry Barkdull (1998)
  15. Life of Joseph Smith the Prophet by George Q. Cannon (1888)

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