Some Fawn Brodie Sources

Many of the books that Fawn Brodie consulted in writing her famous biography of Joseph Smith “No Man Knows My History” are available from Google books or other sources. Here are links to some of them:

Gleanings By the Way, by John Alonzo Clark. See pages 216 and following.

Mormonism Unvailed, by E.D. Howe.

History of the Mormons, Henry Mayhew.

A Brief History of the Church of Christ of Latter Day Saints, John Corrill.

Mormon Portraits, W. Wyl.

The Philosophy of a Future State, Thomas Dick. This book lies behind the cosmology of The Book of Abraham.

Absurdities of Mormonism Portrayed, Oliver H. Olney.

The Mormons, or Knavery Exposed, E.G. Lee.

Early Days of Mormonism, James Harrison Kennedy.

An Address to All Believers in Christ, David Whitmer.
The City of the Mormons, Henry Caswall.
A Narrative of the Adventures and Experiences of Joseph H. Jackson, Joseph Jackson.
The History of the Saints, John C. Bennett.
Fifteen Years Among the Mormons, Nelson Winch Green.

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