Series: Encyclopedia of Mormonism

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Encyclopedia of Mormonism by Daniel H. Ludlowset
Encyclopedia of Mormonism, Volume 1 by Brigham University1
Encyclopedia of Mormonism, Volume 2 by Daniel H. Ludlow2
Encyclopedia of Mormonism, Volume 3 by Daniel H. Ludlow3
Encyclopedia of Mormonism, Volume 4 by Daniel H. Ludlow4
Encyclopedia of Mormonism, Volume 5 by Daniel H. Ludlow5

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  1. Tinkling Cymbals and Sounding Brass: The Art of Telling Tales About Joseph Smith and Brigham Young (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol 11) by Hugh Nibley (1991)
  2. Joseph Smith and the Beginnings of Mormonism by Richard L. Bushman (1984)
  3. An Ancient American Setting for the Book of Mormon by John L. Sorenson (1985)
  4. Conference Classics, Vol. 1 by Thomas S. Monson (1981)
  5. Faith the Essence of True Religion by Gordon B. Hinckley (1989)
  6. The Joseph Smith Papers: Revelations and Translations, Volume 1: Manuscript Revelation Books by Joseph Smith (2009)
  7. Doctrine and Covenants Commentary by Hyrum M. Smith (1950)
  8. Meet the Mormons: A Pictorial Introduction to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and Its People by Doyle L. Green (1965)
  9. Studies in Scripture, Vol. 1: The Doctrine and Covenants by Robert L. Millet (1984)
  10. The Mormon Corporate Empire by John Heinerman (1985)
  11. Essentials in Church History by Joseph Fielding Smith (1922)
  12. The House of the Lord by James E. Talmage (1912)
  13. The Great Apostasy by James E. Talmage (1910)
  14. The Life of John Taylor by B. H. Roberts (1965)
  15. Our Search for Happiness by M. Russell Ballard (1993)

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