Free LDS-Related Reading List

Over the past several months, I have assembled a roughly chronological reading list of historical pro-LDS and anti-LDS literature (with a few other pertinent things thrown in - or things I suspect might be pertinent), spanning from 1728 through 1922. All of this is available freely online, mostly but not entirely in PDF format.  I will continue to update and modify this list and the attendant descriptions as time goes on; I had begun writing blurbs for each, but ceased partway through as a result of lack of adequate information and boredom. I intend to work my way through the list in order at a steady pace. Anyone else who wishes to join in is quite welcome to do so.
  1. The Travels of Cyrus - Andrew Michael Ramsay (1728)
  2. Philosophical Principles of Natural and Revealed Religion (2 vols.) - Andrew Michael Ramsay (1748)
    • The above link is for the first volume; the second volume is available here.
  3. The Freemason's Monitor - Thomas Smith Webb (1808)
  4. A Dissertation on the Prophecies Relative to the Antichrist and the Last Times - Ethan Smith (1811)
    • This book was written by the man who served as Oliver Cowdery's pastor in Vermont and who later went on to publish the very important View of the Hebrews.

  5. A Narrative of the Life of Solomon Mack - Solomon Mack (1811)
  6. Key to the Figurative Language Found in the Sacred Scriptures - Ethan Smith (1814)

  7. View of the Hebrews - Ethan Smith (1823)
    • This book argued that the Native Americans were descended from Israelites who had migrated to the New World. Since it was published seven years before the Book of Mormon was published, naturally there's been a lot of speculation that this book may have influenced the content of the Book of Mormon.

  8. Antiquities of Freemasonry - George Oliver (1823)
  9. View of the Trinity: A Treatise on the Character of Jesus Christ, and on the Trinity in Unity of the Godhead - Ethan Smith (1824)

  10. Light on Masonry - David Bernard (1829)
  11. The Book of Mormon: An Account Written by the Hand of Mormon, Upon Plates Taken from the Plates of Nephi - Joseph Smith (1830)
    • What could possibly be more relevant than the Book of Mormon? I've read the text several years ago, but this will be a chance to revisit it as it originally appeared in 1830, without any verse markers to distract from the flow of the narrative itself.

  12. Delusions: An Analysis of the Book of Mormon - Alexander Campbell (1832)
    • This was the first substantive critique of the Book of Mormon. Naturally, it's critical, but it does attempt to engage the actual content of the text, which was a new step in its time. Plus, Alexander Campbell was an influential American religious leader of a Restorationist movement, and founder of what are now the Disciples of Christ. This critique originally appeared in his Millennial Harbinger, I believe, but was republished in 1832 by Joshua Himes.

  13. The Evening and the Morning Star (1832-1834 - periodical)
    • This is the earliest LDS periodical. It was first published in Independence, MO, from June 1832 to July 1832, and then - when the press was destroyed and the Saints were expelled from Missouri - got started back up in Kirtland, where it was edited by Oliver Cowdery until it finished its run in September 1834.

  14. A Book of Commandments, for the Government of the Church of Christ (1833)
    • This book was the earliest collected volume of Joseph Smith's prophetic revelations, the precursor to the Doctrine and Covenants. The title presented it as almost a sort of book of church discipline.

  15. Key to the Revelation in Thirty-Six Lectures, Taking the Whole Book in Course - Ethan Smith (1833)

  16. Mormonism Unvailed - Eber Dudley Howe (1834)
    • This was the grand-daddy of 'anti-Mormon' books in its day. Howe was a newspaper editor in Painesville, near Kirtland, and after his wife and sister were converted to the Church, he was understandably concerned - moreso after he wrote to a friend in New York for more information, and that friend (William W. Phelps) converted several months later! Howe's book includes a much more extensive critique of the Book of Mormon than Campbell did, and Howe also includes critical comments on several of Joseph Smith's revelations as well as Latter-day Saint practice. In addition, Howe republished a series of letters from LDS apostate Ezra Booth, as well as a series of affidavits collected by D. P. Hurlbut from people who had known the Smith family in Palmyra. In addition, this book proposed the view that the Book of Mormon was mostly taken from a lost novel manuscript written by Solomon Spaulding - a view that remained dominant among critics for decades to come.

  17. Latter Day Saints' Messenger and Advocate (1834-1837 - periodical)
    • This LDS periodical was the successor to The Evening and the Morning Star. It was printed on a monthly basis in Kirtland from October 1834 to September 1837. (The link above is to the first volume; there are also a second and third volume.)

  18. A Short Account of a Shameful Outrage - Parley Pratt (1835)
    • This is a brief and early tract by Parley Pratt in which he details a rather poor reception that Pratt's bold and in-your-face style of preaching received in Mentor, Ohio.

  19. Doctrine and Covenants of the Church of the Latter Day Saints (1835)
    • Succeeding the Book of Commandments, this volume expanded into two major sections. The first (the section with 'doctrine') consisted of the Lectures on Faith, a set of seven lectures laying out some LDS teachings. (This has since been removed and thus decanonized by the LDS Church.) The second section, the "Covenants and Commandments of the Lord", consists of numerous revelations, many of which were included in the Book of Commandments and remain in more recent editions of the Doctrine and Covenants.

  20. A Collection of Sacred Hymns, for the Church of the Latter Day Saints – selected by Emma Smith (1835)

  21. A Voice of Warning and Instruction to All People - Parley Pratt (1837)
    • This was Parley Pratt's first book-length work, in which he argues vigorously for LDS teachings about the nature of prophecy, about the Book of Mormon, about the coming kingdom of God, about the restoration of Israel, and about modern revelation. It also contains a series of harsh attacks, done through sarcasm and caricature, of Christian teaching and practice in that time.

  22. Campbellism Exposed; or Strictures on the Peculiar Tenets of Alexander Campbell – William Phillips (1837)

  23. Discourse on the Evidences of the American Indians Being the Descendants of the Lost Tribes of Israel – M. M. Noah (1837)

  24. Elders' Journal of the Church of Latter Day Saints (1837-1838 - periodical)
    • This third LDS periodical succeeded the Messenger and Advocate. The Elders' Journal only ran for four issues, two in late 1837 and printed in Kirtland, and then two in mid-1838 and printed in Far West, Missouri. The reason was because the earlier press fell into the hands of an LDS splinter group.

  25. Mormonism Exposed, Internally and Externally - Origen Bacheler (1838)
    • This is a fairly brief 'anti-Mormon' tract. The contents are drawn from a debate that the author had against Parley Pratt. Influenced by Howe, Bacheler espoused the Spaulding theory.

  26. Mormonism Exposed and Refuted - La Roy Sunderland (1838)
    • This is yet another short 'anti-Mormon' tract from 1838. Sunderland, editor of a periodical called Zion's Watchman, was in part responding to Parley Pratt's Voice of Warning.

  27. Mormonism Unveiled: Zion's Watchman Unmasked - Parley Pratt (1838)
    • It didn't take Parley Pratt long to fire off a response to Sunderland, that's for sure!

  28. An Exposure of Mormonism - Richard Livesey (1838)
    • Richard Livesey, a Methodist Episcopal minister from Massachusetts, also wrote a tract against the Latter-day Saints and purporting to give the 'facts' about the origin of the Book of Mormon.

  29. An Antidote to Mormonism - James M'Chesney (1838)

  30. Tea and Coffee - William Andrus Alcott (1839)
    • Joseph Smith, with the 'Word of Wisdom', was not the only one in his day counseling against the use of "hot drinks" like tea and coffee. In addition to the famous revivalist Charles G. Finney (who also had an anti-tea, anti-coffee message), so did W. A. Alcott. This is one of his works explaining why, in his opinion, tea and coffee are unhealthy and should be avoided.

  31. A Lecture on Mormonism - H. Stevenson (1839)
    • This brief pamphlet gave the substance of a lecture that Stevenson had given at a Wesleyan Methodist chapel. Stevenson summarized the story of the Book of Mormon and denounced it as "a complete fiction", citing - among other things - the alleged disharmony between what the Book of Mormon says and what was known about the history of the New World.

  32. Facts Relative to the Expulsion of the Mormons - John P. Greene (1839)
    • This brief pamphlet by an LDS author, an "authorised representative of the Mormons", was intended to make known the LDS side of the story of their expulsion from Missouri.

  33. A Brief History of the Church of Christ of Latter Day Saints - John Corrill (1839)
    • John Corrill, famously, was a bishop in Zion who represented the Latter Day Saints in some of their dealings with the people of Missouri. He became an official Church Historian in 1838. Several months later, he had the unenviable task as a negotiator of turning Joseph Smith over to the state militia. He was excommunicated in 1839, after which he published his history of the LDS Church along with his explanation of why he was no longer a member. Corrill was, at the time, a member of the Missouri House of Representatives.

  34. Times and Seasons (1839-1846 - periodical)
    • This LDS periodical succeeded the Elders' Journal and was published in Nauvoo on a monthly or bimonthly basis from November 1839 through 1846. Covering the whole of the Nauvoo period, it was the original venue for publication of many important LDS documents, including the Book of Abraham. The link above is to the first volume; there are also second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth volumes.

  35. History of the Late Persecution Inflicted by the State of Missouri Upon the Mormons - Parley Pratt (1840)

  36. An Interesting Account of Several Remarkable Visions - Orson Pratt (1840)
    • This early pamphlet by Parley Pratt's brother Orson is a very interesting and influential one. In it, Pratt talks about the coming forth of the Book of Mormon and the visions that Joseph Smith had.

  37. The Origin of the Spaulding Story - Benjamin Winchester (1840)
    • Benjamin Winchester was another LDS leader in the early days. Having been part of Zion's Camp, he was an original member of the Quorum of the Seventy, for instance, and served as a branch president in Philadelphia. In this pamphlet, he argued against the Spaulding theory of the Book of Mormon and made attacks in the course of an autobiographical study of D. P. Hurlbut, whose name he didn't quite get right.

  38. The Millennium, and Other Poems - Parley Pratt (1840 - poetry)
    • This, the first volume of LDS poetry, contains a great number of poems by Parley Pratt and also a brief treatise of his on the eternality of matter.

  39. The Latter-Day Saints and the Book of Mormon: A Few Words of Warning from a Minister to His Flock - W. J. Morrish (1840)

  40. The Latter-Day Saints and the Book of Mormon: A Second Warning from a Minister to His Flock - W. J. Morrish (1840)
    • This 15 October 1840 sequel to the previous letter is provoked by the fact that some of Morrish's parishioners still continued to join the Latter Day Saints. Morrish ridicules the nature of LDS meetings and then quotes a number of sections from the Book of Mormon and the Doctrine and Covenants, seeking to contrast them with the contents of the Bible.

  41. Plain Facts, Showing the Falsehood and Folly of the Rev. C. S. Bush - Parley Pratt (1840)
    • Yet another of Parley Pratt's tracts written against a critical pamphlet, one that is unfortunately much more difficult to find.

  42. An Answer to Some False Statements and Misrepresentations - John Taylor (1840)
    • John Taylor wrote this pamphlet against a published address by a Methodist minister named Robert Heys, who had criticized the Latter Day Saints.

  43. Calumny Refuted and the Truth Defended - John Taylor (1840)
    • After Robert Heys made yet another such address, John Taylor fired back a second time.

  44. Truth Defended and Methodism Weighed in the Balance and Found Wanting - John Taylor (1840)
    • After Robert Heys made a third address, John Taylor made a third reply that not only rebutted Heys' claims but also blasted Methodism in general.

  45. Mormonism Weighed in the Balances of the Sanctuary, and Found Wanting - Samuel Haining (1840)

  46. An Answer to Mr. William Hewitt's Tract Against the Latter-Day Saints - Parley Pratt (1840)

  47. A Reply to Mr. Thomas Taylor's "Complete Failure," &.c., and Mr. Richard Livesey's "Mormonism Exposed" - Parley Pratt (1840)
    • In this tract, Parley Pratt responds to two separate critiques of the Latter Day Saints, one of which is Livesey's 1838 pamphlet.

  48. Mormon Fanaticism Exposed - Tyler Parsons (1841)
    • Tyler Parsons had a debate in July 1841 in the Free Discussion Society in Boston against an LDS elder named Freeman Nickerson, who died in 1847 en route to Utah and at whose house in 1833 Joseph Smith received the revelation known now as D&C 100. This work includes both a critical examination of the Book of Mormon as well as a recounting of the debate against Elder Nickerson.

  49. Evidences in Proof of the Book of Mormon - Charles Thompson (1841)
    • This full length book by Charles Thompson, an LDS "minister of the gospel", attempts at great length to offer reasons to believe in the Book of Mormon. (Thompson later sided with Strang in the succession crisis after Joseph Smith's death, and eventually broke from Strang to create the 'Baneemyite' LDS splinter group.

  50. The Mormons, or, Knavery Exposed - E. G. Lee (1841)
    • This 'anti-Mormon' tract focused somewhat on the ideas of the golden plates, but even moreso on the Kirtland Safety Society.

  51. The Only Way to Be Saved - Lorenzo Snow (1841)
    • This was a missionary tract by Lorenzo Snow that billed itself as "an explanation of the first principles of the doctrine of the Church". It has as its main points: faith, repentance, baptism for the remission of sins, and the laying on of hands for the gift of the Holy Ghost.

  52. The Word of the Lord to the Citizens of London - Heber C. Kimball and Wilford Woodruff (1841)
    • Just like Lorenzo Snow's tract, this one talks about the New Testament's "plan of Salvation", described in much the same way. It also warns of the possibility of God's judgment coming upon London unless the people repent.

  53. The Gospel Reflector - ed. Benjamin Winchester (1841 - periodical)
    • This was a short-lived periodical published bi-monthly for six months (January-June 1841) by Benjamin Winchester during his service as a branch president in Philadelphia, PA. The full title of the periodical states that the goal is to set forth LDS doctrine and to show the scriptural evidence for it.

  54. The World Turned Upside Down, or Heaven on Earth - Parley Pratt (1842)
    • In yet another tract by Parley Pratt, he lists his main points as being that "the material universe is eternal", that "immortal man has flesh and bones", and that "earth is his everlasting inheritance".

  55. Nauvoo City Charter (1842)

  56. Extract from a Manuscript Called The Peacemaker, or, The Doctrines of the Millennium - Udney Hay Jacob (1842)
  57. Mormonism in All Ages - J. B. Turner (1842)
    • This critical book was written by Jonathan Baldwin Turner, a professor at Illinois College, who wanted to give a biographical sketch of Joseph Smith along with a history and analysis of the LDS Church. Turner compares 'Mormonism' with "similar fanaticisms", examines the possible grounds for believing something to be a divine revelation, investigates and evaluates the reliability of the Book of Mormon, and looks at the doctrines and organization of the LDS Church.

  58. A Treatise on the Fulness of the Everlasting Gospel - Moses Martin (1842)
    • Moses Martin, an LDS "minister of the gospel", wrote this booklet to set forth the "principles, promises, and blessings" of the gospel as understood by Latter Day Saints. Martin later went on a mission to England in 1846, where he printed a second edition of this tract.

  59. The City of the Mormons, or, Three Days at Nauvoo in 1842 - Henry Caswall (1842)
    • Henry Caswall was an Anglican minister and a "professor of divinity" at Kemper College in Missouri, where he taught sacred literature and Hebrew. In 1842, he had a famous visit to Nauvoo for several days, during which - he details in this book - he claimed to have proven Joseph Smith to be a false prophet and an irreligious fraud. The story he relates here was very influential among English critics of the Latter Day Saints later on.

  60. A View from Jerusalem - Orson Hyde (1842)
    • This famous brief work describes LDS apostle Orson Hyde's travels through Europe and eventually to Jerusalem, where he preached and dedicated the land to the ingathering of the Jewish people.

  61. The History of the Saints; or, An Expose of Joe Smith and Mormonism - John Cook Bennett (1842)
    • With the exception of Howe, this may have been the most influential 'anti-Mormon' book published during Joseph Smith's life. John Cook Bennett, a curious figure, joined the Latter Day Saints, helped to pass the Nauvoo city charter in the Illinois legislature, and then occupied numerous influential posts such as mayor of Nauvoo, general of the Nauvoo Legion, and chancellor of the University of Nauvoo. However, he used Joseph Smith's then-still-secret teaching about plural wives to justify his promiscuous behavior. After being excommunicated from the Church, he wrote a book seeking to expose Joseph Smith as a fraud.

  62. Dialogue Between a Latter-Day Saint and an Enquirer after Truth - Parley Pratt (1842)
    • This is an extremely brief tract of four pages, consisting mainly of a reprinted article from the January 1842 issue of the Millennial Star, with the addition of a letter from Thomas Smith. The article is structured as a dialogue between a Latter-day Saint and an outside 'enquirer after truth', at the end of which the latter is urged to repent and join the Church.

  63. Mormonism and the Mormons - Daniel P. Kidder (1842)
    • Daniel Parish Kidder was a Methodist Episcopal theologian who served as a missionary in Brazil for three years and later went on to teach homiletics at Garrett Biblical Institute and later Drew Theological Seminary. This work is a book-length examination of 'Mormonism' in many aspects, written using a variety of 'pro-Mormon' and 'anti-Mormon' sources, including Howe and Corrill.

  64. An Examination of the Principles of Mormonism - Amos H. Wickersham (1843)
    • This brief pamphlet is based on a discussion that Amos Wickersham had with two LDS elders.

  65. Mormonism Consistent! Truth Vindicated, and Falsehood Exposed and Refuted - William Ivers Appleby (1843)
    • This is a rather hostile response to Wickersham's pamphlet by one of the elders he'd spoken to, W. I. Appleby.

  66. A Pastoral Letter of Bishop Chase - Philander Chase (1843)
    • This letter, written by Episcopal bishop and seminary founded Philander Chase, warns those under his care against involvement with the Latter Day Saints. Philander's nephew, Salmon Portland Chase, went on to become the Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.

  67. History of the Priesthood from the Beginning of the World to the Present Time - Benjamin Winchester (1843)
    • Benjamin Winchester, mentioned before in connection with his tract against the Spaulding theory, also wrote a short book defending LDS teachings by offering a history of priesthood from the beginning of creation down to his own time.

  68. The Prophet of the Nineteenth Century - Henry Caswall (1843)
      In addition to his 1842 book, Henry Caswall also wrote a book devoted specifically to giving readers a rather negative picture of Joseph Smith.

  69. The Christian System, in Reference to the Union of Christians, and a Restoration of Primitive Christianity, as Pleaded in the Current Reformation - Alexander Campbell (1843)
    • This work offers a clearer insight into the systematic theology of a Restorationist opponent of the early Latter Day Saint movement.

  70. Very Important! To the Mormon Money Diggers – James Colin Brewster (1843)

  71. A Lecture on the Authenticity & Scriptural Character of the Book of Mormon - G. J. Adams (1844)

  72. An Appeal to the Inhabitants of the State of New York - Parley Pratt (1844)

  73. Light and Truth; Collected from the Bible and Ancient and Modern History, Containing the Universal History of the Colored and the Indian Race, from the Creation of the World to the Present Time - Robert Benjamin Lewis (1844)
    • This was the first history of "colored" people written by an African American. It's of interest for Mormon studies mainly because of Lewis' support for the view that Native Americans are of Israelite descent.

  74. Nauvoo Expositor - ed. William Law (1844)
    • This very short-lived publication proved the catalyst for Joseph Smith's death. The Nauvoo Expositor was the official publication of a rival LDS splinter group. In the first (and only) issue, it included some criticisms of Joseph Smith; in response, Joseph Smith and the city council ordered the destruction of the copies and the printing press - an act for which Joseph Smith was imprisoned in Carthage Jail, providing the occasion for his lynching.

  75. A Dissertation on Nebuchadnezzar's Dream - W. I. Appleby (1844)

  76. Defence of Elder William Smith, Against the Slanders of Abraham Burtis, and Others – William Smith (1844)

  77. An Original History of the Religious Denominations at Present Existing in the United States – I. Daniel Rupp (1844)

  78. To the Public. Slander Refuted! An Extract from Church Proceedings; and Expulsion of Mormon Apostates, from the Church! – William Smith (1844)

  79. A Narrative of the Adventures and Experience of Joseph H. Jackson in Nauvoo - Joseph H. Jackson (1844)

  80. An Authentic Account of the Massacre of Joseph Smith, the Mormon Prophet, and Hyrum Smith, His Brother, Together with a Brief History of the Rise and Progress of Mormonism, and All the Circumstances Which Led to Their Death – George T. M. Davis (1844)

  81. The Voice of Truth - Joseph Smith and ed. William W. Phelps (1844)
    • This mostly contains a number of Joseph Smith's late works (several of which were ghostwritten by Phelps), such as his Appeal to the Green Mountain Boys and his Views of the Power and Policy of the Government of the U.S.; it also includes the early amalgamation of the King Follett Discourse.

  82. History of All Christian Sects and Denominations - John Evans (1844)

  83. Mormonism: Embracing the Origin, Rise, and Progress of the Sect - James H. Hunt (1844)

  84. The History of Illinois, from Its First Discovery and Settlement, to the Present Time - Henry Brown (1844)

  85. The Mormons in Illinois – G. W. Westbrook (1844)

  86. Message of the Governor of the State of Illinois, in Relation to the Disturbances in Hancock County, December, 21, 1844 – Thomas Ford (1844)

  87. Prophetic Almanac, for 1845, Being the First After Bissextile or Leap Year - Orson Pratt (1845)

  88. A Journey Up the Mississippi River, From Its Mouth to Nauvoo, the City of the Latter Day Saints – William Aitken (1845)

  89. Priestcraft Exposed: False Religion Unmasked, Derided, and Slain - Quartus Strong Sparks (1845)

  90. Speech of Elder Orson Hyde, Delivered Before the High Priests' Quorum, in Nauvoo, April 27th, 1845, Upon the Course and Conduct of Mr. Sydney Rigdon, and Upon the Merits of His Claims to the Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints – Orson Hyde (1845)

  91. The Prophetic Almanac, for 1846. Being the Second After Bissextile or Leap Year - Orson Pratt (1846)

  92. A Defence of the Claims of James J. Strang to the Authority Now Usurped by the Twelve (1846)

  93. The Fireside Visitor; or, Plain Reasoner - David Candland (1846)
    • This consists of three addresses by David Candland, who wrote in this case under the name 'David C. Kimball'. The topics are baptism, the apostasy, and the restoration, respectively.

  94. James J. Strang, Weighed in the Balance of Truth, and Found Wanting – Reuben Miller (1846)

  95. A Brief History of the Leading Causes of the Hancock Mob - Josiah Conyers (1846)

  96. James J. Strang, Weighed in the Balance of Truth, and Found Wanting - Reuben Miller (1846)

  97. Positively True: A Dialogue Between Adam and Eve, the Lord and the Devil, Called the Endowment - Increase Van Dusen (1847)
    • This pamphlet was one of the earliest exposes of the endowment by an LDS apostate.

  98. Truth Shall Prevail: A Short Reply to an Article Published in the Voree Herald (Reveille), by J. C. Bennett; and the Willful Falsehoods of J. J. Strang, Published in the First Number of Zion's Reveille – Reuben Miller (1847)

  99. Character!!! - Orson Spencer (1848)

  100. The Latter-Day Saints' Emigrants' Guide - William Clayton (1848)
    • Drawing on experience and earlier works, William Clayton authored a brief guide to help other Latter-day Saints get safely to the Utah Territory.

  101. Letters Exhibiting the Most Prominent Doctrines of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - Orson Spencer (1848)

  102. The Diamond: Being the Law of Prophetic Succession, and a Defence of the Calling of James J. Strang as Successor to Joseph Smith – James J. Strang (1848)

  103. The Gospel Witness – Orson Spencer (1848)

  104. Constitution of the State of Deseret (1849)

  105. Absurdities of Immaterialism - Orson Pratt (1849)

  106. Friendly Warnings on the Subject of Mormonism - anonymous clergyman (1850)

  107. The Mormons – Thomas L. Kane (1850)

  108. Deseret Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1851 - William W. Phelps (1851)

  109. The Italian Mission - Lorenzo Snow (1851)

  110. Fruits of Mormonism - Nelson Slater (1851)

  111. One Year in Scandinavia - Erastus Snow (1851)

  112. An Address to the Sons and Daughters of Zion, Scattered Abroad, Through All the Earth – Francis Gladden Bishop (1851)

  113. Proclamation! to the People of the Coasts and Islands of the Pacific - Parley Pratt (1851)

  114. Deseret Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1852 - William W. Phelps (1852)

  115. The Mormons, or Latter-Day Saints, in the Valley of the Great Salt Lake - John W. Gunnison (1852)

  116. The Voice of Joseph - Lorenzo Snow (1852)

  117. Joseph Smith, the Great American Impostor - Thomas Tyson (1852)
    • Thomas Tyson, a Congregational minister, wrote this long tract (or short booklet) of five chapters against Joseph Smith and the teachings of the Latter Day Saints. The five sections here are "The Scheme of Revelation", "The Priesthood", "The Apostolate", "Baptism for Remission of Sins", and "History of Mormonism".

  118. History of the Persecutions!! Endured by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, in America – C. W. Wandell (1852)

  119. The Government of God - John Taylor (1852)

  120. The Ensign. Light of Zion. Shepherd of Israel! and "Book of Remembrance" – Francis Gladden Bishop (1852)

  121. Deseret Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1853 - William W. Phelps (1853)

  122. Biographical Sketches of Joseph Smith, the Prophet - Lucy Mack Smith (1853)
  123. The Prussian Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints – Orson Spencer (1853)

  124. Testimonies for the Truth: A Record of Manifestations of the Power of God, Miraculous and Providential, Witnessed in the Travels and Experience of Benjamin Brown, High Priest in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints – Benjamin Brown (1853)

  125. The Doctrines and Practices of "the Mormons", and the Immoral Character of Their Prophet Joseph Smith - Edmund Clay (1853)

  126. Patriarchal Order, or Plurality of Wives - Orson Spencer (1853)

  127. The Harp of Zion: A Collection of Poems, &c. - John Lyon (1853 - poetry)

  128. The Seer (1853-1854 - periodical by Orson Pratt)
    • Orson Pratt was commissioned in September 1852 by Brigham Young to begin publication from Washington, D.C., of an apologetic-oriented periodical intended to actively defend the teachings of the Latter-day Saints - and who better to carry it out than a Pratt? The main reason for the need to publish this periodical was the public admission in September 1852 that the LDS Church was indeed practicing plural marriage, despite earlier public denials. Publication began monthly in January 1853, but after the August 1854 issue, Pratt couldn't afford to continue the project. In 1865, the First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles voted to distance themselves fromits contents, stating that it contained "doctrines which we cannot sanction, and which we have felt impressed to disown".

  129. Deseret Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1854 - William W. Phelps (1854)

  130. Dialogue Between A and B on Polygamy – Richard Ballantyne (1854)

  131. A History of Illinois from Its Commencement as a State in 1818 to 1847 - Thomas Ford (1854)
    • Not only does this cover the Nauvoo period, but as the author was the Illinois governor at the time who failed to stop the lynching of Joseph Smith, this is sure to be an interesting and relevant work.

  132. Catechism for Children, Exhibiting the Prominent Doctrines of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - John Jaques (1854)
    • This is a fascinating book containing an LDS catechism meant for children at the time. John Jaques wrote this nine years after his baptism in England; two years later, he immigrated to the United States and went on to become Assistant Church Historian as well as the first librarian for the Genealogical Society of Utah.

  133. Ancient and Modern Michilimackinac – James J. Strang (1854)

  134. Utah and the Mormons: The History, Government, Doctrines, Customs, and Prospects of the Latter-Day Saints - Benjamin G. Ferris (1854)
    • Benjamin Ferris, who served as Secretary of the Utah Territory, wrote this book detailing the history of the Latter-day Saints as well as their teachings and other facets of LDS life in Utah.

  135. Comments on the Kingdom of God and the Gospel – Joel Shearer and William Swett (1854)

  136. A Reply to a Tract Written by the Rev. J. Richards, M.A., Giving a More Correct Answer to the Question "What is Mormonism?" – Purporting to Be Answered by Him – Richard Ballantyne (1854)

  137. A Reply to the Second Tract Written by the Rev. J. Richards, M.A., Giving a More Correct Answer to the Question "What is Mormonism?" – Purporting to Be Answered by Him – Richard Ballantyne (1854)

  138. Deseret Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1855 - William W. Phelps (1855)

  139. Boadicea; The Mormon Wife – ed. Alfreda Eva Bell (1855)

  140. Assassination of Joseph and Hyrum Smith – John S. Fullmer (1855)

  141. Female Life among the Mormons - Maria Ward (1855)

  142. Key to the Science of Theology - Parley Pratt (1855)
    • This is perhaps Parley Pratt's great masterpiece of theological work.

  143. Mormon Wives: A Narrative of Facts Stranger Than Fiction - Metta Victoria Fuller (1856)

  144. Mysteries Revealed – Joel Shearer (1856)

  145. A Visit to Salt Lake; Being a Journey Across the Plains and a Residence in the Mormon Settlements at Utah - William Chandless (1857)

  146. Mormonism: Its Leaders and Designs - John Hyde Jr. (1857)

  147. Tracts by Orson Pratt - Orson Pratt (1857)

  148. The Husband in Utah; or, Sights and Scenes Among the Mormons - Austin N. Ward (1857)
    • Austin Ward was the nephew of Maria Ward, author of Female Life among the Mormons. After Austin also left the Church, he wrote this work, which his aunt edited.

  149. Autobiography of Peter Cartwright, the Backwoods Preacher - ed. W. P. Strickland (1857)
    • Peter Cartwright was a significant Methodist revivalist who baptized converts by the thousands; he attempted to run for a senate seat, but lost to Abraham Lincoln. His autobiography is relevant mainly because he devotes most of a chapter to his encounters with Latter-day Saints, including Joseph Smith.

  150. The Mormon's Own Book; or, Mormonism Tried by Its Own Standards - T. W. P. Taylder (1857)

  151. Deseret Almanac for the Year 1858 - William W. Phelps (1858)

  152. Deseret Deserted; or, The Last Days of Brigham Young – The Moon Club? (1858 – drama)

  153. Almanac for the Year 1859 - William W. Phelps (1859)

  154. Fifteen Years Among the Mormons - Mary Ettie V. Smith and ed. Nelson Winch Green (1859)

  155. Almanac for the Year 1860 - William W. Phelps (1860)

  156. Report on the Subject of the Massacre at Mountain Meadows – James Henry Carleton (1860)

  157. Almanac for the Year 1861 - William W. Phelps (1861)

  158. A Journey to Great-Salt-Lake City (2 vols.) – Jules Remy and Julius Brenchley (1861)

    • The above link is for the first volume; the second volume is also available.
  159. Almanac for the Year 1862 - William W. Phelps (1861)

  160. The City of the Saints, and Across the Rocky Mountains to California – Richard Francis Burton (1862)

  161. Almanac for the Year 1863 - William W. Phelps (1863)

  162. An Appeal to the Latter-Day Saints – Joseph H. Newton, William Richards, and William Stanley (1863)

  163. Almanac for the Year 1864 - William W. Phelps (1864)

  164. Almanac for the Year 1865 - William W. Phelps (1865)

  165. The Mormon Prophet and His Harem - C. V. Waite (1866)

  166. New and Easy Method of Solution of the Cubic and Biquadratic Equations - Orson Pratt (1866)
    • This math textbook by Orson Pratt is relevant solely by virtue of having been written by Orson Pratt...

  167. The Origin, Rise, and Progress of Mormonism - Pomeroy Tucker (1867)
    • This extremely influential 'anti-Mormon' book was so significant because Pomeroy Tucker was a native of Palmyra, NY, and in fact was the apprentice of E. B. Grandin and had a role in publishing the Book of Mormon. Tucker also served as a representative to the New York State Assembly.

  168. The Holy Scriptures, Translated and Corrected by the Spirit of Revelation – Joseph Smith (1867)

  169. Religious Denominations of the World - Vincent L. Milner (1868)
    • This book isn't by a Latter-day Saint or specifically about the Church; rather, it's a survey of all the religious groups of the day and of historical note, including relatively minor ones. Even the group that founded my hometown is in here, which truly surprised me.

  170. The Rise, Progress and Travels of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints – George A. Smith (1869)

  171. The Heart of the Continent -- Fitz Hugh Ludlow (1870) 

  172. Polygamy: Was It an Original Tenet of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints? - Alexander Hale Smith (c1871)
    • This is a fairly short RLDS tract by one of Joseph Smith's sons, written several years before Alexander was ordained as an RLDS apostle. In it, Alexander attempts to argue that the mainstream church in the Nauvoo period did not practice plural marriage.

  173. An Exposé of Polygamy in Utah - Fanny Stenhouse (1872)

  174. Roughing It - Mark Twain (1872) 

  175. Brigham's Destroying Angel - Bill Hickman (1872)
    • William Adams "Wild Bill" Hickman was a bodyguard for Joseph Smith and Brigham Young as well as a member of the Danites. While Hickman was under arrest for murder, he wrote this confession in which he claimed that he had carried out a number of murders at the behest of LDS leaders such as Brigham Young.

  176. A Treatise on the Melchisedek Priesthood, and the Callings of God – Stephen Post (1872)

  177. Saint Abe and His Seven Wives: A Tale of Salt Lake City - Robert Buchanan (1872 - novel)

  178. Life in Utah; or, the Mysteries and Crimes of Mormonism - J. H. Beadle (1872)

  179. The Rocky Mountain Saints: A Full and Complete History of the Mormons - T. B. H. Stenhouse (1873)

  180. The Mormon Country: A Summer with the Latter-day Saints - John Codman (1874)

  181. Autobiography of Parley Parker Pratt - Parley Pratt (1874)

  182. Twelve Mormon Homes Visited in Succession on a Journey Through Utah to Arizona - Elizabeth Wood Kane (1874)
    • Elizabeth Wood Kane, the wife of Thomas Leiper Kane, a noteworthy non-LDS defender of the Latter Day Saints. Elizabeth presents a detailed narrative with a sympathetic outlook towards the Latter Day Saints.

  183. Keys of the Priesthood – Church of the Firstborn (1875?)

  184. Discussion Between Rev. John L. Shinn, of the Universalist Church, and Elder Mark H. Forscutt, of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Held at Rock Creek, Ills., August 10th-13th, 1875 – John L. Shinn and Mark H. Forscutt (1875)

  185. Life of Brigham Young; or, Utah and Her Founders - Edward W. Tullidge (1876)

  186. Wife No. 19, or The Story of a Life in Bondage - Ann Eliza Young (1876)
    • This was an extremely influential autobiographical anti-polygamy book written by one of the wives of Brigham Young.

  187. An Earnest Appeal for Justice – James Hutchins (1876)

  188. Mormonism Unveiled - John Doyle Lee (1877)

    • Written by John D. Lee, a prominent Latter-day Saint and adopted son of Brigham Young, this was John D. Lee's confession to his involvement in the infamous Mountain Meadows Massacre; he claimed that Brigham Young had directed him to do it.
  189. The Women of Mormondom - Edward Tullidge (1877)
    • In the wake of so many books about the plight of women in the LDS Church in Utah, Eliza R. Snow decided that something had to be done to counteract those works, so she worked together with Edward Tullidge to produce this book, which presents a more positive image of the lifestyles of LDS women. Two years later, Tullidge joined the RLDS.

  190. The Pearl of Great Price: Being a Choice Selection from the Revelations, Translations, and Narrations of Joseph Smith (1878)
    • Having been expanded from the original 1851 edition, this 1878 edition of the Pearl of Great Price is the one that was canonized two years later. The format is, in several respects, quite different from its modern form.

  191. The Mormon Problem - Walter M. Barrows (1878)

  192. Life of Joseph the Prophet - Edward W. Tullidge (1878)

  193. The Mystery of God: The Hired Laborers' Mission in the Eleventh Hour – Lars Peterson? (1878)

  194. Little Gentile: A Deseret Romance of Captive and Exile in the "New Jerusalem" – Emily H. Moore (1879 – poetry/novel)

  195. Key to the Universe, or A New Theory of Its Mechanism - Orson Pratt (1879)
    • This is one of Orson Pratt's scientific work, in which he discusses physics and cosmology.

  196. A Book of Fugitive Poems - Mary J. Tanner (1880 - poetry)

  197. Lament of the Mormon Wife - Marietta Holley (1880 – poetry)

  198. Bible Questions and Answers for Children – Eliza Roxcy Snow (1881)

  199. Saved at Last from Among the Mormons - Mrs. A. G. Paddock (1881)

  200. Wild Flowers of Deseret - Augusta Joyce Crocheron (1881 – poetry)

  201. Jacob Hamblin, A Narrative of His Personal Experience, As a Frontiersman, Missionary to the Indians and Explorer – James Amasa Little (1881)

  202. The Mysteries of Mormonism: A Full Exposure of Its Secret Practices and Hidden Crimes - Alfred Trumble? (1881)

  203. My First Mission – George Q. Cannon (1882)

  204. The Martyrs; A Sketch of the Lives and a Full Account of the Martyrdom of Joseph and Hyrum Smith – Lyman O. Littlefield (1882)

  205. An Examination into and an Elucidation of the Great Principle of the Mediation and Atonement of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ - John Taylor (1882)

  206. The Women of Mormonism; or, The Story of Polygamy as Told by the Victims Themselves – edited by Jennie Anderson Froiseth (1882)

  207. A String of Pearls – ed. George Q. Cannon (1882)

  208. Questions and Answers on the Life and Mission of the Prophet Joseph Smith - Deseret Sunday School Union (1882)

  209. Leaves from My Journal - Wilford Woodruff (1882)

  210. Mormonism; or, Life Among the Mormons - Emily Austin (1882)

  211. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: Its Priesthood, Organization, Doctrines, Ordinances and History – John Jaques (1882)

  212. Early Scenes in Church History – Benjamin F. Johnson (1882)

  213. Elder Northfield's Home; or, Sacrificed on the Mormon Altar -- Jennie Bartlett (1882 - novel) 

  214. "Mormon" Doctrine, Plain and Simple; or, Leaves of Truth - Charles W. Penrose (1882)
    • Charles Penrose was, at the time he wrote this work, the editor of the Deseret News; he later went on to become a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and eventually of the First Presidency. In this book, he rather simply offers his statement of what LDS doctrine is.

  215. President Heber C. Kimball's Journal – Heber C. Kimball (1882)

  216. A Compendium of the Doctrines of the Gospel - Franklin D. Richards and James A. Little (1882)

  217. Lydia Knight's History – Susan Young Gates (1883)

  218. The Life of Nephi, the Son of Lehi – George Q. Cannon (1883)

  219. Saints and Sinners: A Tour Across the States, and Round Them; with Three Months Among the Mormons -- Phil Robinson (1883) 

  220. Scraps of Biography – Juvenile Instructor Office (1883)

  221. William Smith on Mormonism: A True Account of the Origin of the Book of Mormon – William Smith (1883)

  222. The Myth of the "Manuscript Found," or the Absurdities of the "Spaulding Story" – George Reynolds (1883)

  223. The Preceptor: Being a System for Enabling Young Men to Acquire a Knowledge of the Doctrines of the Gospel, and the Ability to Preach Them - John Nicholson (1883)

  224. The Hand of Providence, as Shown in the History of Nations and Individuals, from the Great Apostasy to the Restoration of the Gospel – Joseph Harvey Ward (1883)

  225. Apples of Sodom: A Story of Mormon Life - Rosetta Luce Gilchrist (1883 - novel)

  226. Public Discussion of the Issues Between the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and the Church of Christ (Disciples) – E. L. Kelley and Clark Braden (1884)

  227. An Epic Poem: A Synopsis of the Rise of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints - Hannah King (1884 - poetry)
    • This is a really beautiful epic poem telling the story of Joseph Smith and the LDS Church all the way up to their arrival in Utah.

  228. A Series of Pamphlets on the Doctrines of the Gospel - Orson Pratt (1884)

  229. Sunday School Dialogues and Recitations (Number One): Designed for Public and Private Entertainments – Deseret Sunday School Union (1884)

  230. Biography and Family Record of Lorenzo Snow – Eliza R. Snow (1884)

  231. The Crimes of the Latter-Day Saints in Utah - anonymous (1884)

  232. A Hand-Book of Reference to the History, Chronology, Religion and Country of the Latter-Day Saints – Juvenile Instructor Office (1884)

  233. Representative Women of Deseret – Augusta Joyce Crocheron (1884)

  234. The Tennessee Massacre and Its Causes; or, The Utah Conspiracy – John Nicholson (1884)

  235. Heroines of "Mormondom" - Juvenile Instructor Office (1884)

  236. Gospel Philosophy, Showing the Absurdities of Infidelity, and the Harmony of the Gospel with Science and History – Joseph Harvey Ward (1884)

  237. USA - Uncle Sam's Abscess, or Hell Upon Earth for U.S. - Uncle Sam - William Jarman (1884)
  238. Why We Practice Plural Marriage - Helen Mar Kimball Whitney (1884)

  239. Labors in the Vineyard – Juvenile Instructor Office (1884)

  240. Salt-Lake Fruit: A Latter-day Romance - Mrs. George E. Spencer (1884 - novel)

  241. The Book of Mormon: An Essay on Its Claims and Prophecies – Wingfield Watson (1884)

  242. The Bar-Sinister: A Social Study -- Jeannette H. R. Walworth (1885 - novel)  

  243. Supplement to the Lecture on the Mountain Meadows Massacre – Charles W. Penrose (1885)

  244. The "Manuscript Found", or "Manuscript Story", of the Late Rev. Solomon Spaulding - Solomon Spaulding (1885)
    • One of Solomon Spaulding's manuscripts that was finally rediscovered.

  245. The History and Philosophy of Marriage; or, Polygamy and Monogamy Compared -- E. N. Jencks (1885)  

  246. Plural Marriage: The Heart-History of Adele Hersch -- Amelie Veronique Petit Child-Mathews (1885 - novel?)

  247. Logan Temple Lectures – Moses Thatcher, et al. (1886)

  248. The Mormon Problem - C. P. Lyford (1886)

  249. Questions and Answers on the Book of Mormon – Abraham H. Cannon (1886)

  250. Zion: A Drama, in a Prologue and Four Acts – B. W. Hollenbeck (1886 – play)

  251. The Martyrdom of Joseph Standing; or, The Murder of a "Mormon" Missionary – John Nicholson (1886)

  252. Joseph Smith the Prophet, His Family and Friends - W. Wyl (1886)

  253. Eventful Narratives – Juvenile Instructor Office (1887)

  254. An Address to All Believers in Christ - David Whitmer (1887)

  255. An Address to All Believers in the Book of Mormon - David Whitmer (1887)

  256. The Rose of Deseret – Emily B. Spencer (1887 – poetry)

  257. The Golden Bible; or, The Book of Mormon - Is It From God? - Martin Thomas Lamb (1887)

  258. Helpful Visions - Juvenile Instructor Office (1887)

  259. A Detective's Experience Among the Mormons - Fred E. Bennett (1887)

  260. A Series of Lectures on the Signs of the Times – Robert Smith (1887)

  261. The Mormon Puzzle, and How to Solve It – R. W. Beers (1887)

  262. Articles of Faith – Church of the Firstborn (1887)

  263. Memoirs of My Day: In and Out of Mormondom - Charles W. Hemenway (1887)

  264. The Gospel: An Exposition of Its First Principles - Brigham Henry Roberts (1888)

  265. Esther the Gentile - Mary W. Hudson (1888 – novel)

  266. The Intermediate Sunday School Reader: For the Use of Our Little Friends – Deseret Sunday School Union (1888)

  267. The Life of Joseph Smith, the Prophet - George Q. Cannon (1888)

  268. The Early Days of Mormonism: Palmyra, Kirtland, Nauvoo - James Henry Kennedy (1888)

  269. The Life and Labors of Eliza R. Snow Smith; with a Full Account of Her Funeral Services – Juvenile Instructor Office (1888)

  270. A Compendium of the Faith and Doctrine of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ – Henry A. Stebbins (1888?)

  271. Life of Heber C. Kimball, An Apostle; The Father and Founder of the British Mission – Orson F. Whitney (1888)

  272. The Story of the Book of Mormon - George Reynolds (1888)

  273. Reminiscences of Latter-Day Saints: Giving an Account of Much Individual Suffering Endured for Religious Conscience – Lyman O. Littlefield (1888)

  274. The Poetical Writings of Orson F. Whitney (1889 - poetry)

  275. Joseph the Seer: His Prophetic Mission Vindicated, and the Divine Origin of the Book of Mormon Defended and Maintained – William W. Blair (1889)

  276. Trean, or the Mormon's Daughter - Alva Milton Kerr (1889 - novel)

  277. The Mormon Delusion: Its History, Doctrines, and the Outlook in Utah - M. W. Montgomery (1890)

  278. Forty Years Among the Indians: A True Yet Thrilling Narrative of the Author's Experiences Among the Natives – Daniel W. Jones (1890)

  279. From Kirtland to Salt Lake City – James A. Little (1890)

  280. The Necessity for a Reorganization of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints – Hyrum O. Smith (1890?)

  281. The Prophet of Palmyra - Thomas Gregg (1890)

  282. Simple Bible Stories – Edwin F. Parry (1891)

  283. Spiritual Gifts and the Seer of Palmyra – M. H. Bond (1891)

  284. The Poetical Works of Alfred Osmond (1891 - poetry)
    • If memory serves me correctly, Alfred Osmond was the great-uncle of Donny and Marie Osmond.

  285. Joseph Smith: Was He a Prophet of God? An Investigation and Testimony – J. M. Sjödahl (1891)

  286. The Christian Sabbath or Weekly Rest Day – Columbus Scott (1891)

  287. Moral Stories for Little Folks – Juvenile Instructor Office (1891)

  288. The Life of John Taylor, Third President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints - Brigham Henry Roberts (1892)

  289. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: Its Religion, History, Condition and Destiny – James Henry Anderson (1892)

  290. Deseret Sunday School Reader: Second Book for Our Little Friends – Deseret Sunday School Union (1892)

  291. History of Utah (4 Vols.) – Orson F. Whitney (1892-1893)
    • Orson F. Whitney authored a truly massive four-volume history of Utah. The link above is for the first volume; the second, third, and fourth volumes are also available.

  292. Mormonism Exposed and Refuted, or True and False Religion Contrasted - William Kirby (1893)

  293. Outlines of Ecclesiastical History - Brigham Henry Roberts (1893)

  294. The Life of Brigham Young – Edward H. Anderson (1893)

  295. My Summer in a Mormon Village - Florence A. Merriam (1894)

  296. From Palmyra, New York, 1830, to Independence, Missouri, 1894 – Rudolph Etzenhouser (1894)

  297. A New Witness for God (Vol. 1) - Brigham Henry Roberts (1895)

  298. Are We of Israel? – George Reynolds (1895)

  299. Church and State: The Issue of Civil and Religious Liberty in Utah – Calvin Reasoner (1896)

  300. Who Was the Successor of Joseph Smith? – Lorenzo Dow Hickey (1896)

  301. Doctrines and Dogmas of Mormonism Examined and Refuted - Davis H. Bays (1897)

  302. Preaching and Public Speaking - Nels Lars Nelson (1898)

  303. Latter-Day Saints' Sunday School Treatise – Deseret Sunday School Union (1898)

  304. Items on Priesthood, Presented to the Latter-day Saints - John Taylor (1899)

  305. The Mormon Prophet - Lily Dougall (1899)

  306. "The Book of Mormon": An Account of Its Origin, with Evidences of Its Genuineness and Authenticity - James E. Talmage (1899)

  307. Mr. Durant of Salt Lake City: "That Mormon" – Benjamin E. Rich (1899?)

  308. Mormonism Refuted in the Light of Scripture and History - John Larsen (1899)

  309. The Articles of Faith - James E. Talmage (1899)

  310. Was Joseph Smith a Polygamist? - Heman C. Smith (1899)

  311. Church Chronology: A Record of Important Events Pertaining to the History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints – Andrew Jenson (1899)

  312. The Missouri Persecutions - Brigham Henry Roberts (1900)

  313. A Study in Scarlet - Arthur Conan Doyle (1900 [1887] - novel)
    • I couldn't find an original edition of this work, but this first Sherlock Holmes novel featured Brigham Young and the Latter-day Saints as villainous characters.

  314. Jubilee History of Latter-day Saints Sunday Schools, 1849-1899 – Deseret Sunday School Union (1900)

  315. Succession in the Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints - Brigham Henry Roberts (1900)

  316. The Great Salt Lake: Present and Past – James E. Talmage (1900)

  317. The Mormon Monster; or, The Story of Mormonism - Edgar E. Folk (1900)

  318. The Latter-Day Prophet: History of Joseph Smith Written for Young People – George Q. Cannon (1900)

  319. The Book of Mormon on Trial: Two Sermon Lectures – Walter J. Haworth (1900)

  320. Marcus King, Mormon - Nephi Anderson (1900 - novel)

  321. The Rise and Fall of Nauvoo - Brigham Henry Roberts (1900)

  322. The Truth Defended - Heman C. Smith (1901)
    • This is a response by RLDS Church Historian Heman Conoman Smith - a grandson, if I'm not mistaken, of Joseph - to Davis Bays's Doctrines and Dogmas of Mormonism Examined and Refuted.

  323. Cherished Thoughts in Original Poems and Sketches - Anne Presset (1901)

  324. Mormonism Exposed: Joseph Smith an Impostor and the Book of Mormon a Fraud - G. B. Hancock (1902)

  325. Corianton: A Nephite Story - Brigham Henry Roberts (1902 - novel)

  326. The Founder of Mormonism: A Psychological Study of Joseph Smith, Jr. - I. Woodbridge Riley (1902)

  327. Quiet Chats on Mormonism – Henry William Naisbitt (1902)

  328. By Order of the Prophet: A Tale of Utah - Alfred H. Henry (1902 – novel)

  329. Prophets and Patriarchs of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and Cowley's Talks on Doctrine – Matthias F. Cowley (1902)

  330. The Mormon Waterloo - W. L. Crowe (1902)

  331. Utah: The Inland Empire – Arthur T. Sargent (1902)

  332. The Mormon Doctrine of Deity - Brigham Henry Roberts (1903)

  333. Lions of the Lord: A Tale of the Old West - Harry Leon Wilson (1903 - novel)

  334. Plural Marriage in America: A Critical Examination -- Joseph Smith III (c.1903)

  335. The Divinity of the Book of Mormon Proven by Archaeology - Louise Palfrey (1903)

  336. Rays of Living Light on the One Way of Salvation – Charles W. Penrose (1904)

  337. Elias: An Epic of the Ages - Orson F. Whitney (1904 – poetry)

  338. Life of David W. Patten, the First Apostolic Martyr – Lycurgus A. Wilson (1904)

  339. Scientific Aspects of Mormonism - Nels Lars Nelson (1904)

  340. "Truths" from Latter-day Prophets – Benjamin E. Rich (1904)

  341. A Brief History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: From the Birth of the Prophet Joseph Smith to the Present Time – Edward H. Anderson (1905)

  342. Blood Atonement and the Origin of Plural Marriage: A Discussion - Joseph Fielding Smith and Richard C. Evans (1905)

  343. Outlines of Mormon Philosophy - Lycurgus A. Wilson (1905)

  344. Talks to the Saints – John G. McQuarrie (1906)

  345. First Steps in Church Government: What Church Government Is and What It Does: A Book for Young Members of the Lesser Priesthood – Joseph B. Keeler (1906)

  346. Polygamy and Citizenship in Church and State -- Samuel S. Laws (1906)  

  347. Black Gipsy and Other Stories – John Henry Evans (1907)

  348. The Seventy's Course in Theology: First Year: Outline History of the Seventy and a Survey of the Books of Holy Scripture - Brigham Henry Roberts (1907)

  349. Joseph Smith as Scientist: A Contribution to Mormon Philosophy - John Andreas Widtsoe (1908)

  350. True Succession in Church Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints - Heman C. Smith (1908)
    • This work, written by Heman Conoman Smith (Joseph Smith's grandson and an RLDS leader), is a reply to B. H. Roberts' Succession in the Presidency of the Church.

  351. Parent and Child: A Series of Essays and Lessons for Use in the Parents' Department of the Latter-day Saints Sunday Schools – Deseret Sunday School Union (1908)

  352. Presidency and Priesthood: The Apostacy, Reformation, and Restoration – William H. Kelley (1908)

  353. The Letters of an Apostate Mormon to His Son -- Hans P. Freece (1908) 

  354. Joseph Smith the Prophet-Teacher: A Discourse -- Brigham Henry Roberts (1908)

  355. Book of Mormon Talks – Hyrum O. Smith (1908)

  356. Ezra the Mormon -- Winifred Graham (1908 - novel)

  357. The Seventy's Course in Theology: Second Year: Outline History of the Dispensations of the Gospel – Brigham Henry Roberts (1908)

  358. Lights and Shadows of Mormonism - Josiah Gibbs (1909)

  359. Parent and Child: A Series of Essays and Lessons for Use in the Parents' Department of the Latter-day Saints Sunday Schools (Vol. 2) – Deseret Sunday School Union (1909)

  360. One Hundred Years of Mormonism: A History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1805 to 1905 – John Henry Evans (1909)

  361. A Revelation in the Mountain -- Gertrude Keene Major (1909 - short stories) 

  362. A Description of the Great Temple, Salt Lake City, and a Statement Concerning the Purposes for Which It Has Been Built – Duncan M. McAllister (1909)

  363. Origin of the "Reorganized" Church and the Question of Succession - Joseph Fielding Smith (1909)

  364. New Witnesses for God (Vol. 2) - Brigham Henry Roberts (1909)

  365. The Castle Builder - Nephi Anderson (1909 - novel)

  366. The Great Apostasy: Considered in the Light of Scriptural and Secular History - James E. Talmage (1909)

  367. A Key to Succession in the Presidency of the Church and a Complete Ready Reference for the Missionary – P. J. Sanders (1909)

  368. Leaves of Truth: Utah and the Mormons - John Phillips Meakin (1909)

  369. New Witnesses for God (Vol. 3) - Brigham Henry Roberts (1909)

  370. Autobiography of Bishop R. C. Evans of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints – Richard C. Evans (1909)

  371. The Cities of the Sun: Stories of Ancient America Founded on Historical Incidents in the Book of Mormon – Elizabeth Rachel Cannon (1910)

  372. Why I Am a "Mormon" - O. F. Ursenbach (1910)

  373. The Fall of Babylon and the Rise of the Kingdom of God – Walter J. Haworth (1910)

  374. Cumorah Revisited - Charles Augustus Shook (1910)

  375. The Seventy's Course in Theology: Third Year: The Doctrine of Deity - Brigham Henry Roberts (1910)

  376. Doctrines and Dogmas of Brighamism Exposed - J. D. Stead (1911)

  377. The Seventy's Course in Theology: Fourth Year: The Atonement - Brigham Henry Roberts (1911)

  378. Riders of the Purple Sage: A Novel - Zane Grey (1912 - novel)  

  379. The Old Jerusalem Gospel: Twenty-Nine Sermons Representative of the Faith of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints – Joseph Luff (1912)

  380. How to Teach Religion – John Henry Evans and P. Joseph Jensen (1912)

  381. The External Evidences of the Book of Mormon - Theodore Clarke Smith (1912)

  382. Priesthood and Presidency: Claims of the "Reorganized" Church Examined and Compared with Reason and Revelation – Charles W. Penrose (1912?)

  383. Added Upon: A Story - Nephi Anderson (1912 - novel)

  384. The Restoration of the Gospel - Osborne J. P. Widtsoe (1912)

  385. Mormonism: The Islam of America - Bruce Kinney (1912)

  386. From Plowboy to Prophet: Being a Short History of Joseph Smith, for Children - William A. Morton (1912)

  387. Joseph Smith, Jr., as a Translator: An Inquiry - Franklin S. Spalding (1912)

  388. The House of the Lord: A Study of Holy Sanctuaries Ancient and Modern - James E. Talmage (1912)

  389. Piney Ridge Cottage: The Love Story of a "Mormon" Country Girl - Nephi Anderson (1912 - novel)

  390. The Seventy's Course in Theology: Fifth Year: Divine Immanence and the Holy Ghost - Brigham Henry Roberts (1912)

  391. Poems - Alvin Curtis Shaw (1913 – poetry)

  392. A Plea for the Golden Rule – Elbert A. Smith (1913)
    • This is a reply by the RLDS Presiding Patriarch to parts of Bruce Kinney's Mormonism: The Islam of America.

  393. The Reign of Antichrist or the Great “Falling Away”: A Study in Ecclesiastical History – J. M. Sjödahl (1913)

  394. Brigham Young and His Mormon Empire -- Frank J. Cannon and George L. Knapp (1913)

  395. Mother Stories from the Book of Mormon – William A. Morton (1913)

  396. Succession of Joseph III: Is Joseph III the True Successor of Joseph the Prophet in the Office of the President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints – O. A. Murdock (1913)

  397. The Story of Chester Lawrence - Nephi Anderson (1913)

  398. The True Origin of Mormon Polygamy - Charles Augustus Shook (1914)

  399. The Story and Philosophy of "Mormonism" - James E. Talmage (1914)

  400. The Fourfold Test of Mormonism - Henry C. Sheldon (1914)

  401. What is Man? His Nature and Destiny – Joseph R. Lambert (1914)

  402. In the Days of Brigham Young -- Arthur Thomas (1914 - novel) 

  403. Women Under Polygamy -- Walter Matthew Gallichan (1914) 

  404. Gospel Themes: A Treatise on Salient Features of "Mormonism" - Orson F. Whitney (1914)

  405. The Latter-Day Zion: Its Redemption and Chosen Instruments – Edward Janoschek (1914)

  406. The Case Against Mormonism - Robert C. Webb (1915)
    • James Edward Homan, writing under the pen name 'Robert C. Webb', authored several works about the Latter-day Saints in the early twentieth century.

  407. Musings and Memories – Emmeline B. Wells (1915 – poetry)

  408. Jesus the Christ: A Study of the Messiah and His Mission According to Holy Scriptures Both Ancient and Modern - James E. Talmage (1915)

  409. The Rainbow Trail: A Romance -- Zane Grey (1915 - novel)

  410. The Life of William Budge – Jesse R. S. Budge (1915)

  411. The Interpreter – Gomer T. Griffiths (1915)

  412. A Daughter of the North - Nephi Anderson (1915 - novel)

  413. Rational Theology: As Taught by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - John A. Widtsoe (1915)

  414. The Drama in Utah: The Story of the Salt Lake Theatre – Horace G. Whitney (1915)

  415. The Birth of Mormonism - John Quincy Adams (1916)

  416. Blood Atonement – Charles W. Penrose (1916)

  417. The Spoken Word: A Manual of Story-Telling and Public Speaking, Including Debating – John Henry Evans (1916)

  418. The Real Mormonism - Robert C. Webb (1916)

  419. Reply by R. N. Baskin to Certain Statements by O. F. Whitney in His History of Utah – Richard N. Baskin (1917)

  420. The Way of Eternal Life: Doctrines and Ordinances of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints – Edwin F. Parry (1917)

  421. Old Testament Studies (2 vols.) – Joseph Marion Tanner (1917)
    • The above link is for the first volume; the second volume is also available.

  422. John St. John: A Story of Missouri and Illinois - Nephi Anderson (1917 - novel)

  423. What It Means to Be a Mormon - Adam Bennion (1917)

  424. The Lord's Strange Work; The Return of John, the Revelator; A Voice of Warning; The Approaching End – Francis M. Darter (1917)

  425. The Apostles of Jesus Christ: A Brief Account of Their Lives and Acts; and of the Rise and Expansion of the Christian Church up to A.D. 68 – Edward H. Anderson (1917)

  426. The Strength of the "Mormon" Position – Orson F. Whitney (1917)

  427. The Vitality of "Mormonism": An Address - James E. Talmage (1917)

  428. A Marvelous Work and a Wonder: The Gospel Restored – Daniel MacGregor (1917)

  429. In the Cult Kingdom: Mormonism, Eddyism, and Russellism - John Edward Brown (1918)

  430. Why I Believe the Book of Mormon to Be the Word of God – William A. Morton (1918)

  431. What Jesus Taught - Osborne J. P. Widtsoe (1918)

  432. Tobacco and Human Efficiency – Frederick J. Pack (1918)

  433. Problems of the Age: Dealing with Religious, Social and Economic Questions and Their Answers – Joseph M. Tanner (1918)

  434. Life of David P. Kimball, and Other Sketches – Solomon F. Kimball (1918)

  435. The Foundations of Mormonism - William Earl LaRue (1919)

  436. Gospel Doctrine: Selections from the Sermons and Writings of Joseph F. Smith (1919)

  437. The Mormon Saints: The Story of Joseph Smith, His Golden Bible, and the Church He Founded - George Seibel (1919)

  438. Romance of a Missionary - Nephi Anderson (1919 - novel)

  439. The Mormon Battalion: Its History and Achievements - Brigham Henry Roberts (1919)

  440. The Art of Teaching: A Teacher's Training Course Designed for Quorum Instructors and Auxiliary Class Teachers of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints – Howard R. Driggs (1919)

  441. The Making of a "Mormon" – William A. Morton (1919)

  442. In the Grip of the Mormons - Orvilla S. Belisle (1919)

  443. A Young Folks' History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints - Nephi Anderson (1919)

  444. Prophecies of Joseph Smith and Their Fulfillment - Nephi Lowell Morris (1920)

  445. The Boys of Springtown - Nephi Anderson (1920 - novel)

  446. The Old Paths – John Zahnd (1920)

  447. Memoirs of John R. Young, Utah Pioneer, 1847 -- John R. Young (1920)  

  448. Salvation Universal - Joseph Fielding Smith (1920)

  449. The Great Experience – Julia Farr (1920)

  450. Whence Came the Red Man? – Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (1920)

  451. The Mystery of Mormonism - Stuart Martin (1920)

  452. The Order of Zion – John Zahnd (1920)

  453. Fundamental Problems in Teaching Religion – Adam S. Bennion (1921)

  454. Ancient Apostles – David O. McKay (1921)

  455. Square Blocks, and Other Sermons and Articles – Elbert A. Smith (1921)

  456. Dorian - Nephi Anderson (1921 - novel)

  457. Saturday Night Thoughts - Orson F. Whitney (1921)

  458. Strength of the Mormon Church – Heber J. Grant (1921)

  459. Up From the Hills – N. C. Hanks (1921)

  460. The Plan of Salvation – John Morgan (1921)

  461. The True Church – Paul M. Hanson (1921?)

  462. Salt Lake: A Novel - Pierre Benoit (1922 - novel)

  463. The Early History of Nauvoo - Samuel A. Burgess (1920s)

  464. An Outline Study of the Principles of the Gospel - LDS Church? (1922)

  465. A Reasonable Service: A Story of Practical Zionic Ideals – Grace Baughman Keairnes (1922 – novel)

  466. Three Degrees of Glory: A Discourse – Melvin J. Ballard (1922)

  467. Timbers for the Temple: A Story of Old Nauvoo in Days of Her Glory – Elbert A. Smith (1922 – novel)

  468. Essentials in Church History: A History from the Birth of Joseph Smith to the Present Time - Joseph Fielding Smith (1922)

In addition to these, there is also the long-running LDS periodical Millennial Star (1840-1970).