- The celebratory Palmyra, Wayne County, New York (1907) published by the Western Presbyterian Church's Women Society.
- A thanksgiving sermon held in 1857, called The Early History of Palmyra, by Eaton Horace, published in Rochester in 1858.
- J.H. Kennedy's Early Days of Mormonism: Palmyra, Kirtland, Nauvoo, New York (Scribner & Sons) 1888.
- RLDS Elder Randolph Etzenhouser's From Palmyra, New York, 1830, to Independence, Missouri, 1894, Independence, Mo (Ensign), 1894.
- Daniel P. Kidder's Mormonism and the Mormons, New York (Lane and Sanford), 1842, containing an account of how Joseph Smith Jr failed to foresee a rock that almost caused the Nauvoo steamboat to sink.
- Thomas B. Gregg's The Prophet of Palmyra, New York (Alden), 1890.
- A 1952 USG Survey Map of Palmyra.
- David C. Bunnell's auto-biography, Travels and Adventures of David C. Bunnell, Palmyra (Bortell), 1831, which recounts the Battle of Lake Erie, among others, and was published the year the Smiths left Palmyra.
Thursday, May 29, 2014
More Texts on Mormonism and Palmyra
Searching the Internet Archive for texts on Palmyra, I found the following interesting media.