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Reed, Frank Fremont, comp. and ed. History of the Silverthorn Family. Vol. 3. Santa Barbara, CA: Silverthorn(e) Family Association, 1982.
Reed, George Leffinwell, ed. Alumni Record Dickinson College. Carlisle, PA: Dickinson College, 1905.
Reed, John S. Letter to Brigham Young, 6 Dec. 1861. Brigham Young Office Files, CHL.
Reese, Nedra Watkins. Charles Coulson Rich: The Man and His Family. Orem, UT: By the author, 1988.
Reflector. Palmyra, NY. 1821–1831.
Register of All Officers and Agents, Civil, Military, and Naval, in the Service of the United States, on the Thirtieth September, 1833; with the Names, Force, and Condition of All Ships and Vessels Belonging to the United States, and When and Where Built. . . . Washington DC: William A. Weaver, 1833.
Register of all Officers and Agents, Civil, Military, and Navel, in the Service of the United States, from the Thirtieth September, 1841, to the Thirtieth September, 1843. . . . Washington DC: J. and G. F. Gideon, 1843.
A Register of Officers and Agents, Civil, Military, and Naval, in the Service of the United States, on the 30th of September, 1829; together with the Names, Force, and Condition, of All the Ships and Vessels Belonging to the United States, and When and Where Built. Washington DC: William A. Davis, 1830.
A Register of Officers and Agents, Civil, Military, and Naval, in the Service of the United States, on the 30th of September, 1831; together with the Names, Force, and Condition, of All the Ships and Vessels Belonging to the United States, and When and Where Built. Washington DC: William A. Davis, 1831.
A Register of Officers and Agents, Civil, Military, and Naval, in the Service of the United States, on the Thirtieth Day of September, 1817; Together with the Names, Force, and Condition, of all the Ships and Vessels Belonging to the United States, and When and Where Built. Prepared at the Department of State, In Pursuance of a Resolution of Congress, of the 27th of April, 1816. Washington DC: E. De Krafft, 1818.
Reid, Col. J. M. Sketches and Anecdotes of the Old Settlers, and New Comers, the Mormon Bandits and Danite Band. Keokuk, IA: R. B. Ogden, 1876.
Reid, Harvey. Thomas Cox. Iowa Biographical Series, edited by Benjamin F. Shambaugh. Iowa City: State Historical Society of Iowa, 1909.
Reid, Wayne Alexander. The 1860 Diary of Lemuel Reid, An Abbeville District, South Carolina Planter (With His Genealogy and Descendants). Melbourne, FL: By the author, 1994.
Relief Society Magazine. Salt Lake City. 1914–1970.
Relief Society Minute Book / “A Book of Records Containing the Proceedings of the Female Relief Society of Nauvoo,” Mar. 1842–Mar. 1844. CHL. Also available at josephsmithpapers.org.
Relief Society Record / “Record of the Relief Society from First Organization to Conference Apr 5 th 1892. Book I.,” 1880–1892. CHL.
Religious Examiner. Washington, OH. 1827–1834.
“Remarks by Sister Mary E. Lightner Who Was Sealed to Joseph Smith in 1842,” 14 Apr. 1905. Typescript. Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner Collection, 1865–1914. BYU.
Remembering the Wives of Joseph Smith. http://wivesofjosephsmith.org/home.htm.
Remler, Mary H., ed. Wesleyan Cemetery, 1842–1971. Vol. 1, Hamilton County, Ohio Burial Records. Cincinnati: Hamilton County Chapter, Ohio Genealogical Society, 1984.