6 edition of Mormons at the Missouri, 1846-1852 found in the catalog.
April 2004 by University of Oklahoma Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||360|
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He is the author of numerous articles on Latter-day Saint pioneer history and of Mormons at the Missouri: Winter Quarters, – Richard E. Bennett, Susan Easton Black, and Donald Q. Cannon are Professors of Church History and Doctrine at Brigham Young : He is currently the Church History Editor for BYU Studies and was previously Associate Editor of the Journal of Book of Mormon Studies.
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Elbert Book Mormon Trails in Iowa: Peterson, William J. Mormons at the Missouri, – (). Colorfully written, fast-paced, and boldly assertive, David V. Mason’s. Brigham Young: Sovereign in America, is a brief, highly critical, tightly drawn biography of one of America’s most dominant religious per-sonalities.
Although only seven chapters long, the book Author: Richard E. Bennett. Richard E. Bennett, in his Mormons at the Missouri,observed (pp. ) that Strang's success in Voree and at Nauvoo (of course driven by his publication of the Voree Plates), was Brigham Young's greatest threat forcing him and his followers out of the Midwest to Utah—which demonstrates the importance of this present broadside.
Pushing on to Zion: Kanesville, Iowa, – Joseph Smith received the Aaronic Priesthood from John the Baptist and who was one of the Three Witnesses to the Book of Mormon, fell out of fellowship with the Church in He never went to Nauvoo but became a lawyer in Tiffin, Ohio.
Mormons at the Missouri, – (), 5. The Mormon History Association gives awards annually for publications in the previous year. (The years shown here are for the year the award was given, rather than the year of publication.) See: MHA official list - Todd Compton's list (up to ) - Dialogue list (up to ).
Council Bluffs, Kanesville Iowa by Richard E. Bennett Between andCouncil Bluffs, then known as Kanesville, was the headquarters for a substantial LDS presence in western Iowa.
Iowa.* Following conflict with LDS authorities at the Missouri and immediately before the formation of the Cutlerite church, they established another frontier village, named Manti after a location in their Book of Mormon scripture.^ The present-day town of Shenandoah developed Author: Danny L.
Jorgensen. 2 For a more detailed account, see the author's book "Mormons at the Missouri, ," "And Should We Die" (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, ). His new book, a definitive study of the Mormon exodus from Winter Quarters to the Salt Lake Valley, is forthcoming.
That book's bibliography is the most useful in print to its date of publication. The book may well serve as the standard reference on Mormon history and beliefs to all users of this Historic Resource Study. 5 For a survey of Mormon Mormons at The Missouri: 2 Gail G. Holmes, "The LDS Legacy in Southwestern Iowa," The.
Mormons at the Missouri: Winter Quarters, – This book, written by Richard E. Bennett, focuses specifically on the time period between the Saints leaving Nauvoo and starting the trek west (M Bmo ). Remembering Winter Quarters/Council Bluffs: Writings of.
Richard E. Bennett, Mormons at the Missouri, (Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press,), ; David C. Mott, Abandoned Towns, Villages and Post Offices of Iowa (Iowa City: Iowa State Historical Society, ), 91; David C.
Mott, “Abandoned Towns, Villages and Post Offices of Iowa,” Annals of Iowa (vol no. 1, July. Mormons settle Salt Lake Valley. and in The Book of Mormon was published. In the same year, By16, Mormons had come. Document containing the correspondence, orders, &c., in pdf to the disturbances with the Mormons and pdf evidence given before the Hon[orable] Austin A.
King, judge of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of the state of Missouri, at the court-house in Richmond, in a criminal court of inquiry begun Novemon the trial of Joseph Smith, Jr.
and others, for high treason and other crimes.This book chronicles that shift, and illustrates how doctrinal adaptation has enabled Mormonism in Britain to persist. —Richard E. Bennett, author of Mormons on the Missouri—And Should We Die, – "Mormonism and the Making of a British Zion chronicles the .We’ll Find ebook Place tells the fascinating story of the Mormons’ exodus from Nauvoo, He is the author of numerous articles on Latter-day Saint pioneer history and of Mormons at the Missouri: Winter Quarters, – Customer : University of Oklahoma Press.