Library and Archive of the Salamander Society.

The following eighteen works written in the late 1800's about Mormonism have been converted into pdf files by Dana Robertson who spent hundreds of hours on the project. In March 2010 Dana honored the Salamander Society by allowing this site to archive these invaluable works for the public to enjoy. A few of these files are fairly large and may take a few minutes to download.

2000 Changes in The Book of Mormon by Lamoni Call

A Brief History of the Church by John Corrill

A Few Interesting Facts Respecting the Rise and Progress and Pretensions of the Mormons by William S West

A History of Illinois by Governor Thomas Ford

An Address to All Believers In Christ by David Whitmer

An Address to Believers in The Book of Mormon by David Whitmer

Brigham's Destroying Angel by William A Hickman

Duncan James McMillan Missionary to the Mormons by R Douglas Brackenridge

Exposition of Freemasonry by Captain William Morgan

Facts Relative to the Expulsion of the Mormons From Missouri by John P Greene

History of Utah by Hubert Howe Bancroft

LaRoy Sunderland's 1842 Booklet by LaRoy Sunderland

Life in Utah by J H Beadle

Manuscript Found by Solomon Spalding

Mormonism and Masonry by S H Goodwin

Mormonism Unveiled by Eber Dudley Howe

Mountain Meadows Massacre by Josiah F Gibbs

Nauvoo Expositor by William Law

Plural Marriages After the 1890 Manifesto by D Michael Quinn

Reminiscences of Early Utah by R N Baskin

Tell It All by T B H Stenhouse

The Golden Bible by M T Lamb

The Life and Confessions of the Late Mormon Bishop John D Lee or Mormonism Unveiled by John D Lee

The Story of the Mormons From Their Origin to the Year 1901 by William Alexander Linn

The Women of Mormonism or the Story of Polygamy by Jennie Anderson Froiseth

View of the Hebrews by Ethan Smith

Wife No 19 by Ann Eliza Webb

William Law Interview by William Law

Church Experience Survey - 2014 by Holy Ghost Writers, Inc.

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