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James, Rhett Stephens. “Lucy Harris: Toward a Compassionate Reinterpretation.” Nauvoo Journal 9, no. 1 (Spring 1997): 49–57.
James, Rhett Stephens. The Man Who Knew: The Early Years; A Play About Martin Harris, 1824–1830. Cache Valley, UT: Martin Harris Pageant Committee, 1983.
Jameson Family Collection, 1825–1938. CHL.
Jameson, Hugh. Docket Book, 1828–1829. Typescript excerpt in editors’ possession.
Janin, Hunt and Ursula Carlson. Trails of Historic New Mexico: Routes Used by Indian, Spanish and American Travelers through 1886. Jefferson, NC: McFarland and Co., 2010.
Jaques, Vienna. Statement, 22 Feb. 1859. CHL.
Jarman, Dean. “The Life and Contributions of Samuel Harrison Smith.” Master’s thesis, Brigham Young University, 1961.
Jefferson, Wayland. Cutchogue: Southold’s First Colony. New York: By the author, 1940. Reprint. Salem, MA: Higginson Book, 1997.
Jeffersonian Republican. Jefferson City, MO. 1831–1844.
Jeffery, Janet Franson. History of the James Lake, Jr. Family. Murray, UT: Roylance Publishing, 1990.
Jenkins, Warren. The Ohio Gazetteer, and Traveler’s Guide; Containing a Description of the Several Towns. . . . Revised edition. Columbus, OH: Issac N. Whiting, 1839.
Jennings, Erin B. “The Consequential Counselor: Restoring the Root(s) of Jesse Gause.” Journal of Mormon History 34 (Spring 2008): 182–227.
Jennings, Warren A. “Isaac McCoy and the Mormons,” Missouri Historical Review 61, no. 1 (Oct. 1966): 62–82.
Jennings, Warren A. “The Expulsion of the Mormons from Jackson County, Missouri.” Missouri Historical Review 64 (Oct. 1969–July 1970): 41–63.
Jennings, Warren A. “The First Mormon Mission to the Indians,” Kansas Historical Quarterly 38 (Autumn 1971): 288–299.
Jennings, Warren A. “Zion Is Fled: The Expulsion of the Mormons from Jackson County, Missouri.” PhD diss., University of Florida, 1962.
Jensen, J. Marinus. History of Provo, Utah. Provo, UT: By the author, 1924.
Jensen, Richard L. “Transplanted to Zion: The Impact of British Latter-day Saint Immigration upon Nauvoo.” BYU Studies 31 (Winter 1991): 77–88.
Jensen, Robin Scott. “‘Rely upon the Things Which Are Written’: Text, Context, and the Creation of Mormon Revelatory Records.” Master’s thesis, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee, 2009.
Jensen, Robin Scott. “Ignored and Unknown Clues of Early Mormon Record Keeping.” In Preserving the History of the Latter-day Saints, edited by Richard E. Turley Jr. and Steven C. Harper, 135–164. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 2010.