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Hagerstown Mail. Hagerstown, MD. 1831–1890.
Haight, Isaac Chauncey. Journal, 1852–1862. Photocopy. CHL.
Haine, W. Scott. The History of France. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2000.
Haines, John Thomas. The Idiot Witness, or A Tale of Blood; A Melo-Drama in Three Acts. London: J. Duncombe, 1823.
Hair, James T. Gazetteer of Madison County, Containing Historical and Descriptive Sketches of Alton City, Upper Alton, Edwardsville, Collinsville, Highland, Troy, Monticello, Marine, Bethalto, and Other Towns. Alton, IL: By the author, 1866.
Hair, James T., ed. Iowa State Gazetteer: Embracing Descriptive and Historical Sketches. . . . Chicago: Bailey and Hair, 1865.
Hajicek, John J., ed. Chronicles of Voree, 1844–1849. Burlington, WI: By the author, 1992.
Hale, David. Ledger, 1827–1869. David and Ira P. Hale, Papers, 1827–1888. BYU.
Hale, Heber Q. Bishop Jonathan H. Hale of Nauvoo: His Life and Ministry. Salt Lake City: By the author, 1938.
Hale, Jonathan. “An Account Kept of the Nauvoo Legion.” Jonathan Hale Papers, 1835– 1845. CHL.
Hales, Brian C. Joseph Smith’s Polygamy. 3 vols. SLC: Greg Kofford Books, 2013.
Hales, Kenneth Glyn, ed. Windows: A Mormon Family. Tucson, AZ: Skyline Printing, 1985.
Haley, James L. Sam Houston. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 2002.
Haley, T.P. Historical and Biographical Sketches of the Early Church and Pioneer Preachers of the Christian Church in Missouri. Kansas City, MO: J. H. Smart & Co., 1888.
Hall, E.H. comp. The Chicago City Directory, and Business Advertiser. Fourth Annual Edition, with a New Map of the City. Chicago: Robert Fergus, Book and Job Printer, 1855.
Hall, Mary A. Newell, comp. Thomas Newell, Who Settled in Farmington, Conn. A. D. 1632. And His Descendants. A Genealogical Table. Southington, CT: Cochrane Bros., 1878.
Hall, Roy F. and Helen Gibbard Hall. Collin County; Pioneering in North Texas. Quanah, TX: Nortex Press, 1975.
Haller, John S., Jr. The People’s Doctors: Samuel Thomson and the American Botanical Movement, 1790–1860. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2000.
Hallwas, John E. “Mormon Nauvoo from a Non-Mormon Perspective.” Journal of Mormon History 16 (1990): 53–69.
Hallwas, John E. Western Illinois Heritage. Macomb, IL: Illinois Heritage Press, 1983.