Lucy’s Book
Edited by Lavina Fielding Anderson

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_____. “Wanderings: The Journals of Perrigrine Sessions.” 1998, typescript. Used by permission. Smart has woven together Sessions’s daily diary plus a later recopying in which he added expansions, a progression which she shows with variants in the type. I have omitted these variants for ease in reading.

[p.905]Smith, Andrew F. The Saintly Scoundrel: The Life and Times of Dr. John Cook Bennett. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1997.

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Smith, George A. Letter to Thomas Bullock, 15 February 1859. Church Historian’s Office Letterpress Books, Vol. 1:708-13. CR 100 38, Reel 2.

_____. Letter to Solomon Mack, 23 February 1859. Historian’s Office Letterpress Books, Vol. 1:718 (1854-61). CR 100 38. LDS Church Archives.

_____. Letter to David Whitmer. 22 February 1859. Historian’s Office Letterpress Books, Vol. 1:714-15. CR 100 38 (1854-61). LDS Church Archives.

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Smith, Joseph III. Letters to John M. Bernhisel. 24 January, 7 May, and 6 August 1856. MS 370 fd. 4. Microfilm of holograph. LDS Church Archives.

_____. The Memoirs of President Joseph Smith II (1832-1914): A Photo-Reprint Edition of the Original Serial Publication as edited by Mary Audentia Smith Anderson and appearing in The Saints’ Herald (November 6, 1834-July 31, 1937), edited by Richard P. Howard. Independence, MO: Herald Publishing House, 1979. Cited in the text as JS III. This edition has both the pagination of the magazine, which varies from issue to issue, and sequential book pagination. I use the book pagination.

Smith, Joseph Fielding, ed. Teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith. Salt Lake City: Deseret News Press, 1938.<
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[p.906]_____. Biographical Sketches of Joseph Smith the Prophet and His Progenitors for Many Generations. [Prepared and annotated with a preface by W. W. Blair, Joseph Smith III, and H. A. Stebbins.] Plano, IA: Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 1880. Second (rev.) edition 1912, with additional annotations by Heman C. Smith, published Independence: Herald House, 1912. 1969, facsimile edition of 1912 edition, with numerous reprintings.

_____. Biographical Sketches of Joseph Smith the Prophet and His Progenitors for Many Generations. Facsimile edition. Liverpool: S. W. Richards, 1853. Arno Press Religion in America reprint series, 1969.

_____. Biographical Sketches of Joseph Smith the Prophet and His Progenitors for Many Generations. Prominent Works in Mormon History, Vol. 6. Photomechanical reproduction at 140 percent of original 1853 edition. Provo, UT: Grandin Book Company, 1995.

_____. The History of Joseph Smith by His Mother, as Revised by George A. Smith and Elias Smith. Salt Lake City: Improvement Era, 1902. Based on a revision of 1853 edition published in thirteen installments in the Improvement Era, 1901-03; includes introduction by Joseph F. Smith. Includes Archibald F. Bennett, “The Ancestry of Joseph Smith the Prophet,” reprinted from Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine, April 1929.

_____. History of Joseph Smith by His Mother, Lucy Mack Smith, with Notes and Comments by Preston Nibley. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1945. Numerous reprintings including 1954, 1957, 1958, 1965, 1975, 1979, 2000.

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_____. Letter to Reuben Hedlock, Nauvoo, 11 May 1846, Voree Herald 1 no. 6 (June 1846): 1.

_____. Letter to Solomon Mack and [unnamed] wife. 6 January 1831, Waterloo, New York. MS 3468. LDS Church Archives. Granddaughter Mrs. Candace Barker sent the original to Joseph Fielding Smith, received 5 September 1906; published in Elders’ Journal, 1 November 1906, 59-60.

_____. Letter to William Smith, 23 January 1845, Nauvoo. Holograph. MS 15550. LDS Church Archives.

_____. Letter to William Smith, 4 January 1849. Melchisedic and Aaronic Herald 1, no. 2 (March 1849): [1].

_____. Minutes of Address, uncatalogued, General Conference, 8 October 1845, holographs of two versions (1) rough minutes apparently by William Clayton and (2) fair copy apparently by Curtis E. Bolton. Access no. 211325-ARCH-94, LDS Church Archives.

Smith, William. Letter to “Beloved Brethren,” Voree, 28 July 1846. Zion’s Reveille 1 (December 1846): 2-3.

_____. Letter to Reuben Hedlock, Nauvoo, 11 May 1846. Voree Herald, 1, no. 6 (June 1846): 1.

[p.907]_____. Letter to Strang (“Mr. James J. Strang, First President of the Church”), Nauvoo, 1 March 1846. Voree Herald 1 (July 1846): 3.

_____. Letter to Strang (“Brother Strang”), Nauvoo, 11 March 1846. Voree Herald, April 1846.

_____. Letter to Strang (“Brother Strang”), Nauvoo, 12 April 1846. Voree Herald 1 (June 1846): 3.

_____. Letter to W. W. Phelps, Bordentown, N.J. 10 Nov. 1844. Times and Seasons 5, no. 24 (1 January 1844): 755-57.

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_____. “A Proclamation and Faithful Warning to All the Saints …” Warsaw Signal 2, no. 32 (29 Oct. 1845): 1, 4.

Smith, William, and Isaac Sheen. [no headline]. Melchisedic and Aaronic Herald 1, no. 5 (August 1849): [2].

Snow, Eliza R. Poems: Religious, Historical, and Political, Vol. 1. Liverpool: F. D. Richards, 1856.

_____. “The Venerable Lucy Smith.” Times and Seasons 6, no. 1 (15 May 1845): 911.

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Young, Brigham, Heber C. Kimball, and Daniel H. Wells. “Hearken, O Ye Latter-day [p.909]Saints …” Deseret News and Millennial Star 27 (21 October 1865): 657-61. Reprinted in Clark 2:229-31.

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