Comprehensive Works Cited

Introduction to Works Cited
Showing 1-20 of 255 results
M’Caine, Alexander. The History and Mystery of Methodist Episcopacy; or, A Glance at “The Institutions of the Church, as We Received Them from Our Fathers.” Baltimore: Richard J. Matchett, 1827.
Mac Laury, Lyle E. The Families Mc Claughry. Interlaken, NY: Heart of the Lakes Publishing, 1986.
Macauley, James. The Natural, Statistical, and Civil History of the State of New-York. 3 vols. New York: Gould and Banks, 1829.
Mace, Wandle. Autobiography, ca. 1890. CHL.
Macedonia Branch, Record / “A Record of the Chur[c]h of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints in Macedonia (Also Called Ramus),” 1839–1850. CHL.
Mack, Solomon. A Narraitve [sic] of the Life of Solomon Mack, Containing an Account of the Many Severe Accidents He Met With During a Long Series of Years, Together With the Extraordinary Manner in Which He was Converted to the Christian Faith. To Which is Added, a Number of Hymns Composed on the Death of Several of His Relations. Windsor, VT: By the author, 1811.
Mackay, Lachlan. “A Brief History of the Smith Family Nauvoo Cemetery.” Mormon Historical Studies 3 (Fall 2002): 241–252.
Mackellar, Thomas. The American Printer: A Manual of Typography, Containing Complete Instructions for Beginners, as Well as Practical Directions for Managing All Departments of a Printing Office. Philadelphia: L. Johnson, 1866. As excerpted in Richard-Gabriel Rummonds, Nineteenth-Century Printing Practices and the Iron Handpress, 2 vols. (New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2004).
Mackey, Albert G., William J. Hughan, and Edward M. Hawkins. An Encyclopedia of Freemasonry and Its Kindred Sciences Comprising the Whole Range of Arts, Sciences and Literature as Connected with the Institution. Vol. 2. New York: Masonic History, 1919.
MacLean, J. P. “The Society of Shakers. Rise, Progress and Extinction of the Society at Cleveland, O.” Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 9, no. 1 (July 1900): 32–116.
MacNaughton, James, Jr. The Argyle Patent and Its Early Settlers. Hopkinsvile, KY: Sleeper, 1999.
Macomb Journal. Macomb, IL. 1865–19??.
Madsen, Carol Cornwall. In Their Own Words: Women and the Story of Nauvoo. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.
Madsen, Gordon A. “Joseph Smith and the Missouri Court of Inquiry: Austin A. King’s Quest for Hostages.” BYU Studies 43, no. 4 (2004): 93–136.
Madsen, Gordon A. “Joseph Smith’s 1826 Trial: The Legal Setting.” BYU Studies 30 (Spring 1990): 91–108.
Madsen, Gordon A. “Joseph Smith as Guardian: The Lawrence Estate Case.” Journal of Mormon History 36, no. 3 (2010): 172–211.
Madsen, Gordon A. “Tabulating the Impact of Litigation on the Kirtland Economy.” In Sustaining the Law: Joseph Smith’s Legal Encounters, edited by Gordon A. Madsen, Jeffrey N. Walker, and John W. Welch, 227–246. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2014.
Madsen, Gordon A. “The Impact of Litigation Against Joseph Smith and Others on the Kirtland Economy.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Mormon History Association, Killington, VT, 26–29 May 2005.
Madsen, Nels. “Visit to Mrs. Emma Smith Bidemon,” 27 Nov. 1931. CHL.
Magnolia Township Cemeteries. Vol. 1, bk. 7, Harrison County Cemetery Records. Compiled by Harrison County Genealogical Society. Woodbine, IA: By the author, 1987.