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Packard, Noah. “The Life and Travels of Noah Packard.” In Voices from the Past: Diaries, Journals, and Autobiographies, compiled by Campus Education Week Program, Education Week Department, Continuing Education, Brigham Young University, 1–7. Provo, UT: Campus Education Week, Brigham Young University Press, 1980.
Packard, Noah. Autobiography, ca. 1858. Typescript. BYU.
Packard, Theophilus, Jr. A History of the Churches and Ministers, and of Franklin Association, in Franklin County, Mass., and an Appendix Respecting the County. Boston: S. K. Whipple, 1854.
Packer, Murland R. Life History of Elisha Hurd Groves (November 5, 1797–December 29, 1867) & Lucy Simmons (February 1, 1807–July 20, 1883): Special Bicentennial Edition Issued on the 200th Birthday of Elisha Hurd Groves. Roy, UT: By the author, 1997.
Page, John E. Journal Synopsis, ca. 1845. CHL.
Painesville Republican. Painesville, OH. 1836–1841.
Painesville Telegraph. Painesville, OH. 1831–1838.
Palmer, John M., ed. The Bench and Bar of Illinois. 2 vols. Chicago: Lewis Publishing, 1899.
Palmer, Lyman L. History of Napa and Lake Counties, California. . . . San Francisco: Slocum, Bowen & Co., 1881.
Palmyra Courier. Palmyra, NY. 1845–1874.
Palmyra Freeman. Palmyra, NY. 1828–1829.
Palmyra: Queen of Canal Towns.
Papers in the Case of Maxwell v. Cannon, for a Seat as Delegate from Utah Territory in the Forty-Third Congress. H.R. Misc. Doc. 49, 43rd Cong., 1st Sess. (1873).
Papers of the Seixas Family. American Jewish Historical Society, New York City.
Pappas, Paul Constantine. The United States and the Greek War for Independence, 1821–1828. New York: Columbia University Press, 1985.
Paris Branch, France Mission. Paris Branch Manuscript History and Historical Reports. 1850–1970. Typescript. CHL.
Paris, J. A. A Treatise on Diet: With a View to Establish, on Practical Grounds, a System of Rules for the Prevention and Cure of the Diseases Incident to a Disordered State of the Digestive Function. Philadelphia: Robert H. Small, 1826.
Parish, John Carl. John Chambers. Iowa Biographical Series. Iowa City, IA: State Historical Society of Iowa, 1909.
Park, Benjamin E. “‘ Thou Wast Willing to Lay Down Thy Life for Thy Brethren’: Zion’s Blessings in the Early Church.” John Whitmer Historical Association Journal 29 (2009): 27–37.
Parker, L. N. History and Genealogy of the Ancestors and Descendants of Captain Israel Jones, Who Removed from Enfield to Barkhamsted, Conn., in the Year 1759. [Norwalk, OH]: [Laning Co.], 1902.