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Harrell, David Edwin, Jr. Quest for Christian America: The Disciples of Christ and American Society to 1866. Nashville, TN: Disciples of Christ Historical Society, 1966.
Harris Family Papers, 1818–1969. BYU.
Harris, Emer. Notebook, 1817–1846. CHL.
Harris, Marge, comp. Old Cemetery, Macomb, Illinois. Macomb, IL: McDonough County Genealogical Society, 1984.
Harris, Martin Henderson. Reminiscences and Journal, 1856–1876. CHL.
Harrison, S. B. An Analytical Digest of All the Reported Cases, Determined in the House of Lords, the Several Courts of Common Law, in Banc and at Nisi Prius; and the Court of Bankruptcy: and also the Crown Cases Reserved, from Mich. Term, 1756, to Mich. Term, 1834, together with a Full Selection of Equity Cases, and the Manuscript Cases from the Best Modern Treatises Not Elsewhere Reported. 3 vols. Philadelphia: Desilver, Thomas and Co., 1835.
Hartgen Archeological Associates, Inc. “Archeological Field Investigations and Addenda 1 and 2; Joseph Smith, Jr. House Site, Town of Oakland, (Formerly Harmony), Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania; HAA #3072, #3367 and #3402, Collection #1367.” Archaeological report submitted to Crawford and Stearns, Syracuse, NY, on behalf of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, May 2005. Copy in editors’ possession.
Hartley, William G. “Newel and Lydia Bailey Knight’s Kirtland Love Story and Historic Wedding.” BYU Studies 39, no. 4 (2000): 7–22.
Hartley, William G. “‘Almost Too Intolerable a Burthen’: The Winter Exodus from Missouri, 1838–39.” Journal of Mormon History 18 (Fall 1992): 6–40.
Hartley, William G. “‘Upon You My Fellow Servants’: Restoration of the Priesthood.” In The Prophet Joseph: Essays on the Life and Mission of Joseph Smith, edited by Larry C. Porter and Susan Easton Black, 49–72. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1988.
Hartley, William G. “Latter-day Saints at Iowaville, Iowa: 1846–1851.” Nauvoo Journal 7, no. 1 (Spring 1995): 38–43.
Hartley, William G. “LDS Emigration in 1853: The Keokuk Encampment and Outfitting Ten Wagon Trains for Utah.” Mormon Historical Studies 4 (Fall 2003): 43–76.
Hartley, William G. “Letters and Mail between Kirtland and Independence: A Mormon Postal History, 1831–33.” Journal of Mormon History 35, no. 3 (Summer 2009): 163–189.
Hartley, William G. “They Are My Friends”: A History of the Joseph Knight Family, 1825–1850. Provo, UT: Grandin Book, 1986.
Hartley, William G. My Best for the Kingdom: History and Autobiography of John Lowe Butler, a Mormon Frontiersman. Salt Lake City: Aspen Books, 1993.
Hartley, William G. My Fellow Servants: Essays on the History of the Priesthood. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2010.
Hartley, William G. Stand by My Servant Joseph: The Story of the Joseph Knight Family and the Restoration. Provo, UT: Joseph Fielding Smith Institute for Latter-day Saint History; Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2003.
Hartley, William G., and Alexander L. Baugh. “Ramus/Macedonia (Illinois) Markers Dedicated.” Mormon Historical Studies 1 (Spring 2000): 143–149.
Hartshorn, Leon R., comp. Remarkable Stories from the Lives of Latter-day Saint Women. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1973.
Harwell, William S., ed. Manuscript History of Brigham Young, 1847–1850. Salt Lake City: Collier’s Publishing, 1997.