PEOPLE AND POWER OF NAUVOO Themes from the Nauvoo Experience

PEOPLE AND POWER OF NAUVOO Themes from the Nauvoo Experience

By: Backman, Milton Vaughn Jr.

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Cover has some light edge and corner wear. ; Between May 1839 and September 1846, Latter-day Saints gained spiritual strength that enabled them to eventually become a mighty people in the midst of the Rockies. Before gathering near the crescent bend of the Mississippi, Latter-day Saints had experienced a refiner’s fire. That purification continued as these converts directed their attention from worldly gain to spiritual pursuits in Nauvoo. Drawing on numerous journals and other primary sources, Professor Backman sketches for us the founding, growth, and development of Nauvoo. Discussed are the sacrifices made to construct its temple, the second built by Joseph’s people but the first in which the highest LDS ordinances were introduced. ; 6.25" x 9.25"; 170 pages; 1589580176

Title: PEOPLE AND POWER OF NAUVOO Themes from the Nauvoo Experience

Author Name: Backman, Milton Vaughn Jr.

Categories: Other,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Sandy, Ut, U. S. A., Greg Kofford Books, Inc.: 2002

Binding: Hardcover

Condition: Very Good in Very Good Dust Jacket

Seller ID: 14298

Keywords: Mormon LDS Nauvoo,