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Temple, Wayne C. “Abraham Jonas: One of Lincoln’s ‘Most Valued [Masonic] Friends’.” Transactions of the Illinois Lodge of Research 14 (2005): 15–24.
Tertullian, Quintus Septimius Florens. Apologeticus adversus gentes pro christianis. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1889.
The Testimony of Christ’s Second Appearing; Containing a General Statement of All Things Pertaining to the Faith and Practice of the Church of God in This Latter Day. 2nd ed. Albany, NY: E. and E. Hosford, 1810.
Thatcher, Luna Eunice Caroline Young. Collection, 1835–1876. CHL.
Thelen, David. “Memory and American History.” The Journal of American History 75, no. 4 (Mar. 1989): 1117–1129.
Theodore Albert Schroeder Papers, 1845–1901. Microfilm. [Madison, WI]: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Division of Archives and Manuscripts, [ca. 1987]. Copy at CHL.
Theology. Lecture First. [Kirtland, OH: ca. Feb. 1835]. Copy at CHL.
Thomas Reynolds. Records, 1840–1841. Office of the Governor. MSA.
Thompson, Charles Manfred. “A Study of the Administration of Thomas Ford, Governor of Illinois, 1842–46.” Master’s thesis, University of Illinois, 1910.
Thompson, Charles. Evidences in Proof of the Book of Mormon, Being a Divinely Inspired Record, Written by the Forefathers of the Natives Whom We Call Indians, (Who Are a Remnant of the Tribe of Joseph,) and Hid Up in the Earth, but Come Forth in Fulfilment of Prophesy for the Gathering of Israel and the Re-establishing of the Kingdom of God upon the Earth. Batavia, NY: D. D. Waite, 1841.
Thompson, Mercy R. “Recollections of the Prophet Joseph Smith.” Juvenile Instructor, 1 July 1892, 398–400.
Thompson, Mercy Rachel Fielding. Autobiographical Sketch, 1880. CHL.
Thompson, Robert B. Journal of Heber C. Kimball an Elder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Nauvoo, IL: Robinson and Smith, 1840.
Thompson, Zadock. A Gazetteer of the State of Vermont; Containing a Brief General View of the State. . . . Montpelier, VT: E. P. Walton and the author, 1824.
Thomson, Samuel. A Narrative of the Life, and Medical Discoveries of Samuel Thomson; Containing an Account of His System of Practice, and the Manner of Curing Disease with Vegetable Medicine: Upon a Plan Entirely New. 9th ed. Columbus, OH: Jarvis Pike, 1833.
Thomsonian Recorder. Columbus, OH. 1832–ca. 1837.
Tiffany, Nelson B. Revolutionary War Veterans, Chenango County-New York. 4 vols. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1998.
Tiffany, Scott D. “Mormonites in Manhattan: 1828–1858.” In City Saints: Mormons in the New York Metropolis, edited by Scott D. Tiffany, 12–27. New York: New York Stake History Group, 2004.
Tillman, Stephen F. The Rennolds-Reynolds Family of England and Virginia, 1530–1948. Washington DC: By the author, 1948.