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The Pearl of Great Price: Being A Choice Selection from the Revelations, Translations, and Narrations of Joseph Smith, First Prophet, Seer, and Revelator to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Liverpool: Published by F. D. Richards, 1851.
Pease, Janet K, comp. Genealogical Abstracts from Rock Island County, Illinois, Newspapers. 41 vols. Moline, IL: By the author, 1993.
Pease, Theodore Calvin. The Centennial History of Illinois. Vol. 2, The Frontier State, 1818–1848. Chicago: A. C. McClurg, 1922.
Peck, George. Early Methodism Within the Bounds of the Old Genesee Conference from 1788 to 1828; or, The First Forty Years of Wesleyan Evangelism in Northern Pennsylvania, Central and Western New York, and Canada. . . . New York: Carlton and Porter, 1860.
Peck, J. M. A Gazetteer of Illinois, in Three Parts: Containing a General View of the State. . . . 2nd ed. Philadelphia: Grigg and Elliot, 1837.
Peck, Reed. Letter, Quincy, IL, to “Dear Friends,” 18 Sept. 1839. Henry E. Huntington Library, San Marino, CA.
Peeke, Hewson L. A Standard History of Erie County, Ohio. 2 vols. Chicago: Lewis Publishing, 1916.
Peniston, William. Affidavit, Ray Co., MO, 10 Aug. 1838. Private possession. Copy in CHL.
Pennsylvania Inquirer and Morning Journal. Philadelphia. 1830–1834.
Pennsylvania Inquirer and National Gazette. Philadelphia. 1842–1859.
Perego, Ugo A., Jayne E. Ekins, and Scott R. Woodward. “Resolving the Paternities of Oliver N. Buell and Mosiah L. Hancock through DNA.” The John Whitmer Historical Association Journal 28 (2008): 128–136.
Perego, Ugo A., Natalie M. Myres, and Scott R. Woodward. “Reconstructing the Y-Chromosome of Joseph Smith: Genealogical Applications.” Journal of Mormon History 31 (Summer 2005): 70–88.
Perkins, Keith W. “De Witt—Prelude to Expulsion.” In Regional Studies in Latter-day Saint Church History: Missouri, edited by Arnold K. Garr and Clark V. Johnson, 261–280. Provo, UT: Department of Church History and Doctrine, Brigham Young University, 1994.
Perrin , William Henry, ed. History of Cass County Illinois. Chicago: O. L. Baskin, 1882.
Perrin, William Henry, ed. History of Summit County: With an Outline Sketch of Ohio. Chicago: Baskin and Bettey, 1881.
Perry, Ivan, comp. Perry Family History: Consisting of Biographical Sketches of Stephen Chadwick Perry and His Four Wives. . . . Provo, UT: J. Grant Stevenson, 1966.
Peter, Robert. Transylvania University, Its Origin, Rise, Decline, and Fall. Louisville, KY: John P. Morton, 1896.
Peters / Peters, Richard. Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States. 17 vols. Various publishers, 1828–1843.
Peters Condensed / Peters, Richard, ed. Condensed Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of the United States, Containing the Whole Series of the Decisions of the Court from Its Organization to the Commencement of Peter’s Reports at January Term 1827. With Copious Notes of Parallel Cases in the Supreme and Circuit Courts of the United States. 6 vols. Philadelphia: John Grigg, 1830–1831; Desilver, Jr., and Thomas, 1833–1834.
Petersen, William J. “The Log of the Henry M. Shreve to Fort Benton in 1869.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 31, no. 4 (Mar. 1945): 537–578.