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Table of Post-Offices in the United States, with the Names of the Post-Masters, the Counties and States in which They Are Situated; and the Distances from the City of Washington, and the Capitals of the Respective States. Washington DC: Way and Gideon, 1825.
Table of the Post Offices in the United States, Arranged by States and Counties; as They Were October 1, 1830; with a Supplement, Stating the Offices Established between the 1st October, 1830, and the First of April, 1831. Washington DC: Duff Green, 1831.
Talbot, Wilburn D. “Zion's Camp.” Master’s thesis, Brigham Young University, 1973.
Talcott, S. V., comp. Genealogical Notes of New York and New England Families. Albany, NY: Weed, Parsons and Company, 1883.
Tanner, George S. John Tanner and His Family: A History-Biography of John Tanner of Lake George, New York. . . . Salt Lake City: John Tanner Family, 1974.
Tanner, Maurice, comp. Descendants of John Tanner: Born August 15, 1778, at Hopkintown, R.I. Died April 15, 1850, at South Cottonwood, Salt Lake County, Utah. [Salt Lake City]: Tanner Family Association, 1923.
Tanner, Nathan. Autobiography, ca. 1854. BYU.
Tanner, Nathan. Reminiscences, ca. 1900. CHL.
Taylor, Alan. “The Early Republic’s Supernatural Economy: Treasure Seeking in the American Northeast, 1780–1830.” American Quarterly 38, no. 1 (Spring 1986): 6–34.
Taylor, Dorothy Russ. The Boosinger Family of Ohio Descendants of Conrad, 1752–1980, with Genealogical Notes for Boszor, Chapman, Sapp, Forshey. Alexandria, VA: 1980.
Taylor, F. A Sketch of the Military Bounty Tract of Illinois. . . . Philadelphia: I. Ashmead, 1839.
Taylor, James C., and Donna Taylor. Nauvoo Deaths and Burials: Old Nauvoo Burial Ground. Nauvoo, IL: Nauvoo Restoration, 1989.
Taylor, John. “The Martyrdom of Joseph Smith.” In A Concise History of the Mormon Battalion in the Mexican War, 1846–1847, by Daniel Tyler, 10–64. [Salt Lake City]: No publisher, 1881.
Taylor, John. “The Martyrdom of Joseph Smith.” In The City of the Saints, and Across the Rocky Mountains to California, by Richard F. Burton, 517–540. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1862.
Taylor, John. A Short Account of the Murders, Roberies, Burnings, Thefts, and Other Outrages Committed by the Mob and Militia of the State of Missouri, Upon the Latter Day Saints. Springfield, IL: By the author, 1839.
Taylor, John. Ancestral Record, 1875. CHL.
Taylor, John. Collection, 1829–1894. CHL.
Taylor, John. Statement, 15 Apr. 1858. CHL.
Taylor, Samuel. An Universal System of Stenography, or Short-Hand Writing. . . . 6th ed. London: William Baynes and Son, 1826.
Taylor, William Alexander. Centennial History of Columbus and Franklin County, Ohio. 2 vols. Chicago: S. J. Clarke Publishing, 1909.