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Campbell, Eugene E. Establishing Zion: The Mormon Church in the American West, 1847–1869. Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1988.
Campbell, John H. History of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick and of the Hibernian Society for the Relief of Emigrants from Ireland. Philadelphia: Hibernian Society, 1892.
Campbell, Nancy E. Index to Births Registered in Dublin, N.H., 1760–1990. n.p.: 1991.
Campbell, R. A., ed. Campbell’s Gazetteer of Missouri: From Articles Contributed by Prominent Gentlemen in Each County of the State. . . . St. Louis: By the author, 1874.
Cannon, Donald Q. “Licensing in the Early Church.” BYU Studies 22, no. 1 (Winter 1982): 96–105.
Cannon, Donald Q. “The King Follett Discourse: Joseph Smith’s Greatest Sermon in Historical Perspective.” BYU Studies 18 (Winter 1978): 179–192.
Cannon, Donald Q. “Joseph Smith and the University of Nauvoo.” In Joseph Smith: The Prophet, the Man, edited by Susan Easton Black and Charles D. Tate, 285–300. Religious Studies Center Monograph Series 17. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 1993.
Cannon, Donald Q. “Reverend George Moore Comments on Nauvoo, the Mormons, and Joseph Smith.” Western Illinois Regional Studies 5, no. 1 (Spring 1982): 5–16.
Cannon, Donald Q., and Lyndon W. Cook, eds. Far West Record: Minutes of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1830–1844. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1983.
Cannon, George Q. Journal, 1855–1864, 1872–1901. CHL.
Cannon, George Q. Life of Joseph Smith the Prophet. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book Company, 1972.
Cannon, Kenneth L., II. “Brigham Bicknell Young, Musical Christian Scientist.” Utah Historical Quarterly 50 (Spring 1982): 124–138.
Cannon, M. Hamlin. “Migration of English Mormons to America.” American Historical Review 52, no. 3 (Apr. 1947): 436–455.
“Caractors,” [ca. 1828]. CCLA.
Carey, Charles Henry. History of Oregon. 3 vols. Chicago: Pioneer Historical Publishing Company, 1922.
Carhart, Lucy Ann, comp. Genealogy of the Morris Family: Descendant of Thomas Morris of Connecticut. New York: The A. S. Barnes Company, 1911.
Carlin, Thomas. Correspondence, 1838–1842. In Office of the Governor, Records, 1818–1989. Illinois State Archives, Springfield.
Carlyle, Gavin, ed. The Prophetical Works of Edward Irving. 2 vols. London: Alexander Strahan, 1867–1870.
Carmack, Noel A. “The Seven Ages of Thomas Lyne: A Tragedian among the Mormons.” John Whitmer Historical Association Journal 14 (1994): 53–72.