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Daviess County, Missouri. Circuit Court Record, vol. A, July 1837–Oct. 1843. Daviess County Courthouse, Gallatin, MO.
Daviess County, MO. Court order, 1839. Copy, BYU.
Davis County Clipper. Bountiful, UT. 1892–.
Davis, Inez Smith. The Story of the Church. 13th ed. Independence, MO: Herald Publishing House, 1989.
Davis, Matthew L. Letter, Washington DC, to Mary Davis, New York City, NY, 6 Feb. 1840. CHL.
Davis, William T. Professional and Industrial History of Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Volume 1. History of the Bench and Bar. Boston: The Boston History Co., 1894.
Davis, William W. History of Whiteside County, Illinois, From Its Earliest Settlement to 1908. Chicago: The Pioneer Publishing Co., 1908.
Day, Stella H., and Sebrina C. Ekins, comps. 100 Years of History of Millard County. [Springville, UT]: Art City Publishing, 1951.
Day, Stella H., comp. Builders of Early Millard: Biographies of Pioneers of Millard County, 1850 to 1875. [Springville, UT]: Art City Publishing, 1979.
Dayton, Leland M., and Alta A. Dayton, comps. Record of the Posterity of Hiram Dayton and Permelia Bundy Dayton. [Salt Lake City]: By the authors, 1961. Also available as microfilm 908,339, U.S. and Canada Record Collection, FHL.
De Kalb Co., IL. Marriage License for David H. Smith and Clara C. Hartshorn, 10 May 1870. De Kalb Co. Clerk and Recorder’s Office, Sycamore, IL.
De Pillis, Mario S. “The Development of Mormon Communitarianism, 1826–1846.” PhD diss., Yale University, 1960.
De Vinne, Theodore Low. The Practice of Typography: A Treatise on the Processes of Type-Making, the Point System, the Names, Sizes, Styles, and Prices of Plain Printing Types. New York: Century, 1900.
De Vinne, Theodore Low. The Printers’ Price List: A Manual for the Use of Clerks and Book-Keepers in Job Printing Offices. New York: Francis Hart, 1871. As excerpted in Richard-Gabriel Rummonds, Nineteenth-Century Printing Practices and the Iron Handpress, 2 vols. (New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2004).
Dear, Mary Cleora. Two Hundred Thirty-Eight Years of the Whitmer Family, 1737–1976. Richmond, MO: Beck Printing, 1976.
Death of the Prophets Joseph and Hyram Smith, Who Were Murdered while in Prison at Carthage, on the 27th Day of June, A. D. 1844. Boston: John Gooch, 1844.
DeBarthe, Paul. The Joseph Smith Homestead Complex, Nauvoo, Illinois: A Focus on the Outbuildings. Columbia, MO: University of Missouri at Columbia, 1976.
Debate on the Evidences of Christianity; Containing an Examination of “the Social System,” and of All the Systems of Scepticism of Ancient and Modern Times. Held in the City of Cincinnati, Ohio, from the 13th to the 21st of April, 1829; between Robert Owen, of New Lanark, Scotland, and Alexander Campbell, of Bethany, Virginia. Cincinnati: Robinson and Fairbank, 1829.
The Debates in Parliament—Session 1833—on the Resolutions and Bill for the Abolition of Slavery in the British Colonies. With a Copy of the Act of Parliament. London: No publisher, 1834.
Decatur Daily Review. Decatur, IL. 1880–1887.