Publications

1
Mob Manifesto – Jackson County Missouri – July 1833
2
Western Monitor – Fayette Missouri – 2 August 1833
3
Nauvoo Neighbor – 1843-1845
4
Nauvoo Neighbor – June 19, 1844
5
Manufacturers and Farmers Journal and Providence and Pawtucket Advertiser – 23 Mar 1843
6
Manufacturers and Farmers Journal and Providence and Pawtucket Advertiser – 25 Sep 1843
7
Buckey’s Lamentation for Want of More Wives, Warsaw Message, 7 February 1844
8
The Buckey’s First Epistle to Jo – Warsaw Signal – 25 April 1844
9
Prospectus of the Nauvoo Expositor – 10 May 1844
10
Nauvoo Expositor – 7 June 1844
11
Joe Smith and Liberty – New York Weekly Tribune no. 146 – 29 Jun 1844
12
Mormon Difficulties – New York Weekly Tribune no. 146 – 29 Jun 1844
13
Manufacturers and Farmers Journal and Providence and Pawtucket Advertiser – 1 Jul 1844
14
A Relic – Salt Lake Tribune – 18 August 1875
15 THE MORMONS IN NAUVOO, Three Letters from William Law on Mormonism, AN HONEST MAN’S VIEW AND REMORSE, The Daily Tribune, Salt Lake City – 3 July 1887
16
Dr. W. Wyl (Wilhelm Ritter von Wymetal) interview with William Law in Shullsburg, Wisconsin, 30 March 1887, The Daily Tribune, Salt Lake City – 31 July 1887
17
Anniversary of Carthage – Salt Lake Tribune – 24 June 1894
18
Richard S. Law – Improvement Era – 1903
19
WIison Law: A Sidelight On The Expositor Incident – BYU Studies, Winter 1979
20
Events Leading to Carthage Martyrdom – Deseret News – Sept. 2, 1989
21
Reed C. Durham Jr., Nauvoo Expositor, Encyclopedia of Mormonism – 1992
22
Brothers Lived Great, Died Great – Church News – June 19, 1993
23
Nauvoo Expositor was a Conspirators’ Tool to Destroy Joseph Smith – Deseret News – Aug. 11, 2001
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