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“Emigration and the Temple.” Millennial Star, September 17, 1864, 600–602.

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———. “The Confederate Officer and ‘That Mormon Girl.’” Ensign, April 1982, 52.

———. “The Great Florence Fitout of 1861.” BYU Studies 24 (Summer 1984), 341–71.

———. “Down-and-Back Wagon Trains: Travelers on the Mormon Trail in 1861.” Overland Journal 11, no. 4 (1993): 23–34.

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———. “Another Route to Zion: Rediscovering the Overland Trail.” Ensign, June 1984, 34–45.

———. “Sail and Rail Pioneers before 1869.” BYU Studies 35, no. 2 (1995): 6–42.

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———. “Albert Gallatin Browne Jr., Brief Life of an Early War Correspondent: 1832–1891.” Harvard Magazine 111 (November/December 2008): 48–49.

———. “Buchanan’s Thrust from the Pacific: The Utah War’s Ill-Fated Second Front.” Utah Historical Quarterly 34 (Fall 2008): 226–60.

———. “Epilogue to the Utah War: Impact and Legacy.” Journal of Mormon History 29, no. 2 (2003): 186–248.

———. “‘Lonely Bones’: Leadership and Utah War Violence.” Journal of Mormon History 33 (Spring 2007): 121–78.

———. “Review Essay.” New Mexico Historical Review 76 (October 2001): 431–37.

———. “Sex, Subalterns, and Steptoe: Army Behavior, Mormon Rage, and Utah War Anxieties.” Utah Historical Quarter 76 (Summer 2008): 227–46.

———. “‘Who’s in Charge Here?’: Utah Expedition Command Ambiguity.” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 42 (Spring 2009): 30–64.

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———. “The Priesthood in Action.” Ensign, November 1992, 48.

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