Histories of the Restoration Movement
Historical documents, advocating Christian union: Epochmaking statements by leaders among the Disciples of Christ for the Restoration of the Christianity of the New
Testament — its Doctrines, its Ordinances, and its fruits, edited by Charles Alexander Young (1904) (from Google ebooks)
Origin and Early History of the Disciples of Christ, by Walter Wilson Jennings (1918) (from Google ebooks)
Churches of Christ: a historical, biographical, and pictorial history of Churches of Christ in the United States, Australasia, England and Canada, edited by John Thomas Brown (1904) (from Google ebooks)
Makers and molders of the Reformation movement: a study of leading men among Disciples of Christ, by Jesse James Haley (1914) (from Google ebooks)
A Short History of the Life of Barton W. Stone, by Barton W. Stone, included in The Cane Ridge Meeting-House by James R. Rogers (1910) (from Google ebooks)
Memoirs of Elder Thomas Campbell, Together with a Brief Memoir of Mrs. Jane Campbell (1861)
Memoirs of Alexander Campbell, embracing a view of the origin, progress and principles of the religious reformation which he advocated, vol. 1, by Robert Richardson (1868) (from Google ebooks)
Life of Elder Walter Scott: with sketches of his fellow-laborers, by William Baxter (1874) (from Google ebooks)
Life of Elder John Smith with some account of the progress of the current reformation, by John Augustus Williams (1870) (John Smith is popularly known as “Raccoon” John Smith.) (from Google ebooks)
Raccoon John Smith: Frontier Kentucky’s Most Famous Preacher, by Elder John Sparks
Memoirs of Isaac Errett with selections from his writings, Volume 2, by James Sanford Lamar (from Google ebooks)
Autobiography of Elder Samuel Rogers, edited by his son, John I. Rogers (via RM Preacher)
Biography of Elder J.T. Johnson, by John Rogers (via RM Preacher)
Barton W. Stone
Works of Elder B. W. Stone (1859)
Autobiography of Barton W. Stone (1847).
“Revivals of Religion.” The Christian Messenger 5 (July 1831).
“Revivals.” The Christian Messenger 7 (July 1833).
“Prospectus of a Religious Reformation, &c.” Memoirs of Elder Thomas Campbell by Alexander Campbell (1861).
“The Divine Order for Evangelizing the World” Millennial Harbinger (January 1839).
“The Direct and Immediate Intention of the Christian Institution. Essay I,” Millennial Harbinger (January 1839).
“The Direct and Immediate Intention of the Christian Institution. Essay II.” Millennial Harbinger (February 1839).
“Christian Union” Millennial Harbinger (March 1839).
“Christian Union” Millennial Harbinger (April 1839).
“The Direct and Immediate Intention of the Christian Institution. Essay III,” Millennial Harbinger (May 1839).
“Baptism.” Millennial Harbinger (June 1847).
“Christian Society.” Millennial Harbinger (July 1847).
“The Means of Enjoying Our Holy Religion.” Millennial Harbinger (August 1847).
“The Disease, the Cure, and the Means of Enjoying It.” Millennial Harbinger (December 1847).
A Discourse on the Holy Spirit, The Millennial Harbinger, Vol. 2 (1831).
“Report of Walter Scott, the Evangelist of the Association,” Early History of the Disciples in the Western Reserve, Ohio by A. S. Hayden (1875).
“On Teaching Christianity,” The Christian Baptist 1 (September 1823; November 1824; January 1824; February 1824).
“Primitive and Modern Christianity,” The Christian Baptist 2 (September 1824).
“For the Christian Messenger” (On Christian Conferences). The Christian Messenger 1 (January 1827).
“Experimental Religion.” The Christian Baptist 4 (February 1827).
“To the Editor of the Christian Messenger” [On Church Government], The Christian Messenger 1 (March 1827).
“For the Christian Messenger” [On Church Government]. The Christian Messenger 1 (October 1827).
“Election.” The Christian Baptist 6 (March 1829; May 1829; October 1829).
“The Beaver Anathema.” The Christian Baptist 7 (July 1830).
“On the Restoration of the Ancient Gospel, Letter No. 6.” The Evangelist, 2 (July 1833).
“The Love-Feast.” The Evangelist 9 (April 1841).
“Union.” The Protestant Unionist, 1 (September 25, 1844).