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Hagerstown Mail. Hagerstown, MD. 1831–1890.
Haight, Isaac Chauncey. Journal, 1852–1862. CHL.
Hair, James T. Gazetteer of Madison County, Containing Historical and Descriptive Sketches of Alton City, Upper Alton, Edwardsville, Collinsville, Highland, Troy, Monticello, Marine, Bethalto, and Other Towns. Alton, IL: By the author, 1866.
Hair, James T., ed. Iowa State Gazetteer: Embracing Descriptive and Historical Sketches. . . . Chicago: Bailey and Hair, 1865.
Hajicek, John J., ed. Chronicles of Voree, 1844–1849. Burlington, WI: By the author, 1992.
Hale, David. Ledger, 1827–1869. David and Ira P. Hale, Papers, 1827–1888. BYU.
Hale, Heber Q. Bishop Jonathan H. Hale of Nauvoo: His Life and Ministry. Salt Lake City: By the author, 1938.
Hales, Kenneth Glyn, ed. Windows: A Mormon Family. Tucson, AZ: Skyline Printing, 1985.
Haley, T.P. Historical and Biographical Sketches of the Early Church and Pioneer Preachers of the Christian Church in Missouri. Kansas City, MO: J. H. Smart & Co., 1888.
Hall, Mary A. Newell, comp. Thomas Newell, Who Settled in Farmington, Conn. A. D. 1632. And His Descendants. A Genealogical Table. Southington, CT: Cochrane Bros., 1878.
Hall, Roy F. and Helen Gibbard Hall. Collin County; Pioneering in North Texas. Quanah, TX: Nortex Press, 1975.
Haller, John S., Jr. The People’s Doctors: Samuel Thomson and the American Botanical Movement, 1790–1860. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2000.
Hallwas, John E. “Mormon Nauvoo from a Non-Mormon Perspective.” Journal of Mormon History 16 (1990): 53–69.
Hallwas, John E. Western Illinois Heritage. Macomb, IL: Illinois Heritage Press, 1983.
Hallwas, John E., and Roger D. Launius. Cultures in Conflict: A Documentary History of the Mormon War in Illinois. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, 1995.
Hamer, John. “Mapping Mormon Settlement in Caldwell County, Missouri.” Mormon Historical Studies 9 (Spring 2008): 15–38.
Hamer, John. Northeast of Eden: A Historical Atlas of Missouri’s Mormon County. [Mirabile, MO]: Far West Cultural Center, 2004.
Hamilton, C. Mark. Nineteenth-Century Mormon Architecture and City Planning. New York: Oxford University Press, 1995.
Hamilton, Marshall. “‘Money-Diggersville,’—The Brief, Turbulent History of the Mormon Town of Warren.” The John Whitmer Historical Association Journal 9 (1989): 49–58.
Hamilton, Marshall. “Thomas Sharp’s Turning Point: Birth of an Anti-Mormon.” Sunstone 13 (Oct. 1989): 16–21.