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Autobiography of Christiana Stedman Salyards, 2009, 56 pages, $5.00. Christiana was the writer of much of the church school materials for 35 years, plus three books.
Book of Mormon Stories for Beginning Readers, 2011, by Sionita School students, 98 pages, $5.00. Includes Nephi Makes a Ship, Ammon Helps the King, Samuel Tells about Jesus, Jesus Comes to America. First and second graders can read this.
Each One Win One, 2016, by D T Williams, first produced in 1949, 59 pages, $5.00. A call for each man, woman, boy, and girl in the Church to become a missionary. Suggestions to help share with friends and neighbors.
Early Church Romance, An, 2000, Oliver Cowdery and Elizabeth Ann Whitmer, 36 pages, $3.50. The history of the early Restoration Movement is the main focus. Excerpts of historical records are included.
Elizabeth Blair: A Daughter of the Covenant, 2004, the wife of W. W. Blair, 36 pages, $3.50. This biography describes Elizabeth keeping the home fires burning while her husband was serving as a missionary.
Emma Smith: The Elect Lady, 2017, by Margaret Gibson, 232 pages, $8.50. This historical novel traces the history of the Restoration Movement and the lives of Joseph and Emma Smith.
Exegesis of the Priesthood, An, 2008, by Gomer T. Griffiths (in late 1800’s), 154 pages, $8.00. A handbook for priesthood members, this book describes authority and functions of Aaronic and Melchisedec members.
Good Things to Eat from Old Nauvoo, 2001, by Theo Boyd, 67 pages, $5.00. These recipes give an idea of the kinds of foods prepared by Emma Smith and the Saints in Nauvoo.
Hymnsmiths, 2002, sacred hymns by the posterity of Emma and Joseph Smith, 44 pages, $3.50. A collection of hymns showing their contributions to the Reorganized Latter Day Saints.
Indeed the Church of Jesus Christ, 2000, the 1911 statement of John R. Evans, 28 pages, $3.00. Differences between the LDS and RLDS Church. John Evans went through the Mormon endowment ceremony and later joined the RLDS Church.
Introducing the Book of Mormon, 2002, by R. S. Salyards, Sr., and Elva T. Oakman, 40 pages $3.50. Two pamphlets (tracts) from 1930’s-1940’s present compatible views of the Book of Mormon.
J. C. Clapp, Man of Valor, 2001, from his memoirs, 40 pages, $3.50. Autobiography of Joseph Carlos Clapp, who moved his mother, sisters, and a brother from Utah and found the Reorganization.
J. C. Clapp, Valiant Missionary, 2001, from his memoirs, 56 pages, $5.00. Autobiography of Joseph Carlos Clapp, highlighting his missionary journeys in the Pacific Northwest.
John Brush, Eyewitness of Church History, 2002, from his memoirs in 1891 Autumn Leaves, 44 pages, $3.50. Biography of John Brush, who lived in Independence in 1833, Far West in 1838, and Nauvoo in 1845.
Kingdom Quest, 2016, “A Journey toward the Kingdom of God,” by Patti Bunyan, 44 pages, $5.00. An allegory written by a 13-year-old girl in the Restoration to help young people learn about God’s Kingdom on earth.
Mark Forscutt, Memorable Minister and Musician, 2001, by Ruby C. Faunce, 40 pages, $3.50. A short biography based on his diaries, plus additional testimonies about his musical gift to the Church.
Marvelous Manifestations of God’s Power in the Latter Days, 2012, compiled by Edward Rannie in 1912, 96 pages, $5.00. Forty-five testimonies, mostly telling of healing after administration, plus tongues and visions.
Ministry of the Priest, 2015, by L. F. P. Curry, original title: The Priest in Family Ministry, 102 pages, $6.00. Photo-reprint of the original booklet to assist priests in family ministry and work in congregations.
Nauvoo—After the Exodus, 2001, from Joseph Smith III’s memoirs, 36 pages, $3.50. Changes in Nauvoo in the 1850’s and 1860’s; includes attempts by representatives from Utah Church and the Reorganization to gain Young Joseph’s support.
Preaching Ministry, 2016, by Lorne S. White, first produced in 1947, 60 pages, $5.00. A manual of sermon construction and preaching; every priesthood member should read it.
Prophet Came to America, A, 2017, by Elbert A. Smith, from The Saints’ Herald, 1938, 52 pages. $5.00. Ten sermons which present evidence that Joseph Smith, Jr., was truly a prophet for God.
Restoration Beliefs, 2016, revised from 1963 San Francisco Bay District material, 120 pages, $8.00. Contains 21 lessons on Godhead, gifts, Scriptures, authority, Zion, principles of the gospel, etc. Excellent for adult or teen Church school classes.
School Days in Old Nauvoo, 2001, from Joseph Smith III’s memoirs, 32 pages, $3.00. Using homemade pens, homemade ink, playing games, public speaking in the woods, learning courtesy, etc.
Slices of Daily Bread, 2016, selected from 1950 Daily Bread, 44 pages, $4.00. Forty meditations, which are excellent for morning devotions, sermon starters, and teaching illustrations.
Tower Cookery, 2016, handwritten recipes (with signatures) by 1950 Graceland Mothers Club, 388 pages $15.00. A total of 323 contributors; it looks like a “who’s who” from the RLDS Church and Graceland College.
Tribute to Emma, A, 2002, by Mark H. Forscutt, “Commemorative Discourse” after Emma Smith Bidamon’s death in 1879, 40 pages $3.50. Highlights in the life of Emma Smith as they blend into the events of Church history.
Visits to Old Nauvoo, 2001, from the 1910 Journal of History, 28 pages, $3.00. Testimonies of three visitors: a Methodist minister in 1843, an English illustrator in 1853, and an American writer in 1909.
Voice of Youth, The, 2011, from Restoration Youth Magazine, 224 pages, $5.00. 93 testimonies by and about teens, grouped by Courtship, Encouragement, Family, Healing, Obedience, Prayer, Protection, Repentance, Scriptures, and Witnessing.