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A. W. B. “Mormonites.” Evangelical Magazine and Gospel Advocate 2, no. 25 (9 Apr. 1831): 120.
A.H. Patterson Emigrating Company. Journal. June–Sept. 1836. CHL.
“Aaron Johnson, First Judge of Utah County.” Tullidge’s Quarterly Magazine 4 (Apr. 1885): 409–416.
Abbott Family Collection, 1831–2000. CHL.
Abbott, Fontella Catherine Richardson, comp. The Richardson Family: A Richardson Family Genealogy. . . Boise, ID: By the author, 1964.
Abraham Lincoln Online.
Abraham Lincoln Papers. In Library of Congress Collection. National Archives, Washington DC. Also available online at
Abstract of the Answers and Returns: Made Pursuant to Acts 3 & 4 Vic. c. 99, and 4 Vic. c. 7, intituled respectively ‘An Act for Taking an Account of the Population of Great Britain,’ and ‘An Act to Amend the Acts of the Last Session for Taking and Account of the Population. . . . London: W. Clowes and Sons, 1843.
Abstract of the Returns of the Fifth Census, Showing the Number of Free People, the Number of Slaves, the Federal or Representative Number; and the Aggregate of Each County of Each State of the United States, H.R. Doc. No. 263, 22nd Cong., 1st Sess. Washington DC: Duff Green, 1832.
Abzug, Robert H. Cosmos Crumbling: American Reform and the Religious Imagination. New York: Oxford University Press, 1994.
Acts of a General Nature, Enacted, Revised and Ordered to Be Reprinted, at the First Session of the Twenty-Ninth General Assembly of the State of Ohio. Columbus: Olmsted and Bailhache, 1831.
Acts of the Legislature of the State of Michigan, Passed at the Annual Session of 1847: With an Appendix, Containing the Treasurer’s Annual Report, &c. By Authority. Detroit: Bagg & Harmon, 1847.
Acts Passed at the Eleventh Session of the General Assembly of the State of Arkansas. . . . Little Rock, AR: Johnson and Yerkes, 1857.
Acts Passed by the First Session of the Twenty-Second General Assembly of the State of Tennessee, 1837–8. Nashville: Nye and Co., 1838.
Adams Centinel. Gettysburg, PA. 1800–1867.
Adams, Dale W. “Chartering the Kirtland Bank.” BYU Studies 23 (Fall 1983): 467–482.
Adams, Dale W. “Doctor Philastus Hurlbut: Originator of Derogatory Statements About Joseph Smith, Jr.” The John Whitmer Historical Association Journal 20 (2000): 76–93.
Adams, Dale W. “Grandison Newell’s Obsession.” Journal of Mormon History 30 (Spring 2004): 159–188.
Adams, George. The Boston Directory: Containing the City Record, A General Directory of the Citizens, and a Special Directory of Trades, Professions, &c., 1848–9. Boston: James French and Charles Stimpson, 1848.
Adams, Henry. “Charles Francis Adams Visits the Mormons in 1844.” Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society 68 (Oct. 1944–May 1947): 267–300.