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Zion's Camp
Godfrey, Kenneth W.. "The Zelph Story." BYU Studies Quarterly 29, no. 2 (1989): 39-56.
Godfrey, Kenneth W.. "What Is the Significance of Zelph in the Study of Book of Mormon Geography?" Journal of Book of Mormon Studies 8, no. 2 (1999): 70-79, 88.
KnoWhy #336 - Who Was Zelph? (Helaman 6:6). Springville, UT: Book of Mormon Central , 2017.
Anderson, Sharon Price. "Zion's Camp/"Marching to Missouri"." In Praising the Prophet: Joseph Smith and the Restoration in History and Verse, 43-46. Orem, UT: Time-Lines Etc., 2005.
Roberts, B.H.. The Missouri Persecutions. Salt Lake City: George Q. Cannon & Sons, 1900.
Wilson, Lynne Hilton. "Zion’s Camp: May and June 1834." In Hard Questions in Church History: Supplementary Handouts, 255-263. Springville, UT: Book of Mormon Central, 2021.
Mays, Kenneth. New Portage (now Barberton), OH., 2006.
Mays, Kenneth. Kilibuck Creek., 2021.
Mays, Kenneth. Preserved Portion of the National Road., 2020.
Mays, Kenneth. The Wabash River., 2021.
Mays, Kenneth. The Embarras River., 2021.
Mays, Kenneth. Zelph Mound Area., 2021.
Mays, Kenneth. Allred Settlement., 2021.
Mays, Kenneth. Fishing River in Clay County, MO., 2012.
Mays, Kenneth. Site of the John Cooper Farm., 2008.
Mays, Kenneth. Zion's Camp Burial Site in Clay County, MO., 2019.
Mays, Kenneth. Site of the Michael Arthur Farm., Not Available.
Mays, Kenneth. Interpretive Panel on Eight Witnesses Monument., 2011.
Halverson, Taylor, and Tyler J. Griffin. Come Follow Me Insights (Doctrine and Covenants 102-105). Springville, UT: Book of Mormon Central, 2021.