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Maryland Gazette. Annapolis. Jan. 1827–Dec. 1839.
Massey, Peter, and Jeanne Wilson. Backcountry Adventures Northern California: The Ultimate Guide to the Cackcountry for Anyone with a Sport Utility Vehicle. Castle Rock, CO: Adler Publishing Company, 2006.
Massie, M. D. Past and Present of Pike County, Illinois. Chicago: S. J. Clarke Publishing, 1906.
Material Relating to Mormon Expulsion from Missouri, 1839–1843. Photocopy. CHL.
Mather, Frederic G. “The Early Days of Mormonism.” Lippincott’s Magazine of Popular Literature and Science 26 (Aug. 1880): 198–211.
Matheson, Veldron Robison, comp. The Reverend Charles Robison Family: Progenitors, Accomplishments, Descendants. Vol. 1 in The Illustrious Robisons. [Lincolnwood, IL]: By the author, 1976.
Matl, Glenn J., and Fran H. Matl, comp. City of Shullsburg Indexed Cemetery Records. Lafeyette Co., WI: No publisher, 1985.
Matson, N. Map of Bureau County, Illinois, with Sketches of Its Early Settlement. 2nd ed. Chicago: By the author, 1867.
Matthews, Robert J. “A Plainer Translation”: Joseph Smith’s Translation of the Bible: A History and Commentary. Provo, UT: Brigham Young University Press, 1975.
Matthews, Robert J. “Doctrinal Connections with the Joseph Smith Translation.” In The Doctrine and Covenants: A Book of Answers; The 25th Annual Sidney B. Sperry Symposium, edited by Leon R. Hartshorn, Dennis A. Wright, and Craig J. Ostler, 27–42. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1996.
May, Dean L. “A Demographic Portrait of the Mormons, 1830–1980.” In After 150 Years: The Latter-day Saints in Sesquicentennial Perspective, edited by Thomas G. Alexander and Jessie L. Embry, 38–69. [Provo, UT]: Charles Redd Center for Western Studies, 1983.
May, Dean L. “One Heart and Mind: Communal Life and Values among the Mormons.” In America's Communal Utopias, edited by Donald E. Pitzer, 135–158. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1997.
Mayhew, Elijah. Diary, June–Sept. 1853. CHL.
Maynard, Gregory P. “Alexander William Doniphan, Man of Justice.” BYU Studies 13 (Summer 1973): 462–472.
Maynard, Gregory P. “Alexander William Doniphan, the Forgotten Man from Missouri.” Master’s thesis, Brigham Young University, 1973.
McAllister, Lester G., and William E. Tucker. Journey in Faith: A History of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). St. Louis: Bethany Press, 1975.
McArthur, Lewis A. “Oregon Geographica Names.” Quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society. 27 (June 1926): 225–264.
McBride, James. Autobiography, 1874–1876. CHL.
McBride, Reuben, Sr. Reminiscences, no date. CHL.
McBride, Robert M., and Dan M. Robison. Biographical Directory of the Tennessee General Assembly. 6 vols. Nashville, TN: Tennessee State Library and Archives and the Tennessee Historical Commission, 1975.