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Racine Advocate. Racine, Wisconsin Territory. 1842–1888.
Radke, Andrea G. “We Also Marched: The Women and Children of Zion’s Camp, 1834.” BYU Studies 39 (2000): 147–165.
Randall, Ruth Painter. Mary Lincoln: Biography of a Marriage. Boston: Little, Brown, 1953.
Rank Roll of the Nauvoo Legion, ca. May 1842. BYU.
Rasmussen, Louis J. California Wagon Train Lists, April 5, 1849 to October 20, 1852. Colma, CA: San Francisco Historic Records, 1994.
Ratio Disciplinae, or the Constitution of the Congregational Churches. Portland, ME: Shirley and Hyde, 1829.
Rayburn, Alan. Place Names of Ontario. Toronto: University of Toronto, 1997.
Reader, Samuel James. Diary, 1853–1913, in Samuel James Reader Papers, 1853–1914. Kansas Historical Society.
Reamy, Bill, and Martha Reamy, comps. Erie County, New York Obituaries as Found in the Files of the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society. Finksburg, MD: Pipe Creek Publishing, 1992.
Recognizance for Joseph Smith and Lyman Wight, 7 Sept. 1838. State of Missouri v. Joseph Smith et al. for Riot (Daviess Co. Cir. Ct. 1839). BYU.
Recollections of the Pioneers of Lee County. Dixon, IL: Inez A. Kennedy, 1893.
“Recollections of the Prophet Joseph Smith.” Juvenile Instructor 27, no. 6 15 Mar. 1892, 173–174.
Record of Appointment of Postmasters, 1832–Sept. 30, 1971. National Archives and Records Administration. Washington DC: National Archives, 1997.
Record of Members Collection, 1836–1970. CHL.
Record of Seventies / First Council of the Seventy. “Book of Records,” 1837–1843. Bk. A. In First Council of the Seventy, Records, 1837–1885. CHL.
Record of Seventies / First Council of the Seventy. “General Record of the Seventies Book B. Commencing Nauvoo 1844,” 1844–1848. Bk. B. In First Council of the Seventy, Records, 1837–1885. CHL.
“A Record of the Names of the Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints, as Taken by the Lesser Priesthood, in the Spring of the Year 1842, and Continued, to Be Added as the Members Arrive at the City of Nauvoo, Hancock County; Illinois. Also the Deaths of Members, & Their Children, & Names of Children Under 8 Years of Age,” after 1844–after 1846. In Far West and Nauvoo Elders’ Certificates, 1837–1838, 1840–1846. CHL.
Record of the Nauvoo Legion. Nauvoo Legion, Records, 1841–1845. CHL.
“Records of Early Church Families.” Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine 26 (July 1935): 101–110.
“Records of Early Church Families.” Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine 26 (Oct. 1935): 145–192.