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Walker, Marietta Hodges (Faulconer), 1834-1930 (used pseudonym "Frances" & "M. Falconer")
Zion's Redemption [from Autumn Leaves vol. 3], 1890 (PDF)
see also Autumn Leaves
Experience of Elder Alfred White given in 1885. He states that he was very concerned about how Zion would be redeemed. The voice of the God spoke to him and said, "'The time was when my people might have redeemed Zion, if they had kept my counsel, but now it has passed out of their power. I will redeem Zion in its time, and I will do it in this way:' Then I saw a narrow and very bright red ring which included Independence and a portion of the surrounding country, the center of which seemed to be a little southwest of where I was standing on a high spot of ground. Then he said, 'Do you see that ring?' I said, 'Yes.' Then he said, 'I have sanctified all of the ground inside of this ring, and I will not suffer any person to live inside of this ring except those who keep the celestial law.'" The experience continues for another 3 pages.
White, Isaac N., 1841-1925
Whitehead, Harold E., 1918-2009
Whitehead, James, 1813-1898
Whitmer, David, 1805-1888
Whitney, Newel K., 1795-1850
Wight, Estella, 1874 - 1955 (used pseudonym "Pebble")
Wight, John Whrymerian, 1856-1921
Williams, Daniel T., 1889-1975
Zion's Christian Legion, n.d. (PDF)
Pamphlet discusses the history, organization and objectives, nomination and election of officers, finances, initiation and how to organize a division of Zion's Christian Legion. "Zion is the goal of this people and the youth of the church are anxious to see something done looking in this direction. Are they visionary and impractical? Then so were the prophets both ancient and modern. This one thing the coming generation recognizes, that nothing can be accomplished toward the building of this long-looked for economic order set out in the law and the prophets until the church, the chief instrument of its realization, frees herself from the hindrances that now prevent her progress. Long we have talked about making Zion Builders out of our young people. But the processes we have been proposing will never of themselves produce them."
Williams, Frederick G., 1787-1842
Williams, Thomas W., 1866-1931
The Latter Day Saints; Who Are They No. 5 [Tracts By Numbers], 1903 (PDF)
see also Tracts By Numbers
24 page tract on the beliefs of the RLDS Church. T. W. Williams states, "The Latter Day Saints come to you with a divine message. Their position is either true or false. If true, you can not afford to ignore it. Solomon said, 'He that answereth a matter before he heareth it, it is folly and shame unto him.' No man can afford to be ignorant when it is within his power to be informed correctly."
The Toronto Church Bulletin [First Edition], 1918 (PDF)
Eight page pamphlet written by Thomas W. Williams about R. C. Evans and his departure from the RLDS Church. It includes six numbers dated from September 21, 1918 to November 1, 1918. It also includes a copy of a vision of R. C. Evans from a letter he wrote to President Joseph Smith III on January 8, 1908 in which he describes an endowment being received by the First Presidency of the RLDS Church and a huge influx of members from the Utah Mormon Church who joined the RLDS Church.
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