Series: The Joseph Smith Papers: Documents

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The Joseph Smith Papers: Documents: July 1828 - June 1831 by Michael Hubbard Mackay1
The Joseph Smith Papers, Documents, Vol. 2: July 1831 - January 1833 by Matthew C. Godfrey2
The Joseph Smith Papers - Documents, Volume 3: February 1833 - March 1834 by Joseph Smith3
The Joseph Smith Papers: Documents, Volume 4: April 1834-September 1835 by Matthew C. Godfrey4
The Joseph Smith Papers: Documents, Volume 5: October 1835 - January 1838 by Ronald K. Esplin5
The Joseph Smith Papers: Documents, Volume 6: February 1838–August 1839 by Mark Ashurst-McGee6
The Joseph Smith Papers: Documents, Volume 7: September 1839-January 1841 by Matthew C. Godfrey7

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  1. Joseph Smith Papers: Histories, 1832-1844, Vol. 1 by Karen Lynn Davidson (2012)
  2. The Joseph Smith Papers: Revelations and Translations, Volume 1: Manuscript Revelation Books by Joseph Smith (2009)
  3. The Joseph Smith Papers: Journals, Vol. 1: 1832-1839 by Dean C. Jessee (2008)
  4. An Approach to the Book of Abraham by Hugh Nibley (2009)
  5. The First Mormon Temple: Design, Construction, and Historic Context of the Kirtland Temple by Elwin Clark Robison (1997)
  6. The Prophet Joseph: Essays on the Life and Mission of Joseph Smith by Larry C. Porter (1988)
  7. Who's Who in the Doctrine & Covenants by Susan Easton Black (1997)
  8. The Story of the Latter-day Saints by James B. Allen (1976)
  9. Stories From Mormon History by Alma P. Burton (1972)
  10. Mapping Mormonism by Brandon S. Plewe (2012)
  11. The Mortal Messiah: From Bethlehem to Calvary, Book 3 by Bruce R. McConkie (1980)
  12. Doctrine and Covenants Encyclopedia by Hoyt W. Brewster (1988)
  13. History of the Church, Index by E. Keith Howick (1978)
  14. Uncovering the Original Text of the Book of Mormon: History and Findings of the Critical Text Project by M. Gerald Bradford (2002)
  15. The Life and Teaching of Jesus Christ, Volume 1: From Bethlehem through the Sermon on the Mount by Richard Neitzel Holzapfel (2005)

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