Series: The Papers of Joseph Smith

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The Papers of Joseph Smith, Volume 1, Autobiographical and Historical Writings; Volume 2, Journal, 1832-1842 by Dean C. Jessee0
The Papers of Joseph Smith: Autobiographical and Historical Writings by Dean C. Jessee1
Papers of Joseph Smith, Vol. 2 by Joseph Smith2

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  1. The story of the Book of Abraham : mummies, manuscripts, and Mormonism by H. Donl Peterson (1995)
  2. Joseph Smith: The prophet, the man (Religious Studies Center monograph series) by Susan Easton Black (1993)
  3. Christ and the New Covenant: The Messianic Message of the Book of Mormon by Jeffrey R. Holland (1997)
  4. Personal Writings of Joseph Smith by Joseph Smith (1984)
  5. Joseph Smith: Seeker After Truth, Prophet of God (Collectors Edition) by John Widtsoe (1991)
  6. The Prophet and His Work: Essays From General Authorities on Joseph Smith and the Restoration by Gordon B. Hinckley (1996)
  7. The Joseph Smith Papers: Journals, Vol. 1: 1832-1839 by Dean C. Jessee (2008)
  8. Commentary on the Pearl of Great Price by George Reynolds (1969)
  9. The Essential Joseph Smith (Classics in Mormon Thought Series) by Joseph Smith (1995)
  10. Religious Truth Defined: A Comparison of Religious Faiths with the Restored Gospel by Joseph Fielding Smith Jr. (1959)
  11. The Prophet Joseph: Essays on the Life and Mission of Joseph Smith by Larry C. Porter (1988)
  12. On the Road With Joseph Smith: An Author's Diary by Richard L. Bushman (2007)
  13. The Worlds of Joseph Smith: A Bicentennial Conference at the Library of Congress by John W. Welch (2006)
  14. Classic Stories from the Lives of Our Prophets by Leon R. Hartshorn (1971)
  15. Reconsidering No Man Knows My History by Newell G. Bringhurst (1996)

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