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Washington’s C.C. Reports / Washington, Bushrod. Reports of Cases Determined in the Circuit Court of the United States, for the Third Circuit, Comprising the Districts of Pennsylvania and New-Jersey. Commencing at April Term, 1803. 4 vols. Philadelphia: Philip H. Nicklin, 1826–1829.
The Wasp. Nauvoo, IL. Apr. 1842–Apr. 1843.
Wasser, Elsie M. 1845 Census of Madison County, Illinois. [Edwardsville, IL]: By the author, 1985.
Wasserman, Mark. Everyday Life and Politics in Nineteenth Century Mexico: Men, Women, and War. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2000.
Wasserstein, Bernard. “Moses Samuel, Liverpool Hebraist.” Jewish Historical Studies 35 (1996–1998): 93–102.
Wasson, Lorenzo D. Letter, Nauvoo, IL, to David Hale, Independence, PA, 12 Feb. 1841. Typescript. CHL.
Watch-Tower. Cooperstown, NY. 1817–1831.
Watson, Elden J., comp. The Orson Pratt Journals. Salt Lake City: By the author, 1975.
Watson, Elden Jay. Manuscript History of Brigham Young, 1801–44. Salt Lake City: Smith Secretarial Service, 1968.
Watson, Harry L. Liberty and Power: The Politics of Jacksonian America. Rev. ed. New York: Hill and Wang, 2006.
Watt, George D. “Report of the Trials of the Murderers of Joseph Smith.” 1845. CHL.
Watt, George D. Papers, ca. 1846–1865. CHL.
Watt, Ronald G. “Sailing ‘the Old Ship Zion’”: The Life of George D. Watt.” BYU Studies 18, no. 1 (Fall 1977): 48–65.
Watt, Ronald G. The Mormon Passage of George D. Watt: First British Convert, Scribe for Zion. Logan: Utah State University Press, 2009.
Watt, Ronald G., comp. Iowa Branch Index: 1839-1859. Salt Lake City: Historical Department, 1991.
Wayne Sentinel. Palmyra, NY. 1823–1852, 1860–1861.
Weant, Kenneth E. Lafayette County, Missouri: Deaths Reported. . . . 7 vols. Columbia, MO: State Historical Society of Missouri, 2007.
Weaver, Lucius E. History and Genealogy of a Branch of the Weaver Family. Rochester, NY: By the author, 1928.
Webb, Walter Prescott, ed. The Handbook of Texas. Vol. 1. Austin: Texas State Historical Association, 1852.