Mormonism and persecution/Danites/Danites in anti-Mormon polemic/Further Reading

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Further reading

Further reading

FairMormon Answers articles

FairMormon web site

External links

  • Leland H. Gentry, "The Danite Band of 1838," Brigham Young University Studies 14 no. 3 (Summer 1974), 421–450. off-site
  • Neal E. Lambert and Richard H. Cracroft, "Through Gentile Eyes: A Hundred Years of the Mormon in Fiction," New Era (March 1972), ?. off-site
  • David J. Whittaker, "Danites," in Encyclopedia of Mormonism, 4 vols., edited by Daniel H. Ludlow, (New York, Macmillan Publishing, 1992), 1:356–357. direct off-site

Printed material

  • “A Victim of the Mormons,” Bioscope 8 (5 October 1911): 8.
  • Brian Q. Cannon and Jacob W. Olmstead, “’Scandalous Film’: The Campaign to Suppress Anti-Mormon Motion Pictures, 1911-12”, Journal of Mormon History 29/2 (Fall 2003): 42-76.
  • Edwin D. Hatch, "Moving Picture Misrepresentations," Millennial Star 73 no. ? (9 November 1911), 710.
  • Lawrence D. Klenk, “Saints Alive; or Deseret Detested—An Overview of the Mormon Image in American Drama, 1846-1914”, unpublished paper BYU, 1972, 11; in L. Tom Perry Special Collections, HBLee Library, BYU.
  • ”Mormon Pictures in Demand,” The Moving Picture World 11 (10 February 1912): 470
  • Richard Alan Nelson, "From Antagonism to Acceptance: Mormons and the Silver Screen," Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 10 no. 3 (Spring 1977), 59-69.
  • Richard Nelson, A History of Latter-day Saint Screen Portrayals in the Anti-Mormon Film Era, 1905-1936 (M.A. Thesis, Brigham Young University, 1975)
  • Jacob W. Olmstead, “A Victim of the Mormons and The Danites: Images and Relics from Early Twentieth-Century Anti-Mormon Silent Films," Mormon Historical Studies 5/1 (Spring 2004): 203-221.
  • Lael J. Woodbury, "Mormonism and the Commercial Theatre," Brigham Young University Studies 12 no. 2 (Winter 1972), 234-40.