NAUVOO - The City of Joseph

NAUVOO - The City of Joseph

By: Miller, David E

Price: $8.50

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Very Good in Fair Dust Jacket


Green DJ has image on front of Joseph Smith. DJ is slightly rubbed and worn. Now in plastic protectant covering. Hardcover is very nice. Pages are tight and clean. No noticed markings. Overall great condition!

; "Nauvoo, Illinois emerged from a swampy lowland promontory beside the Mississippi River and became, during seven years of occupation by Mormons (1839-46) , a thriving and beautiful city of 12,000, the largest city in Illinois. Yet Nauvoo's life as a Mormon enclave was short, coming to an abrupt end in 1846 with the expulsion of thMormons and the rape of the city by mobs. THe Mormons went on to their epic migration westward while the once bustling Nauvoo became a sleepy river town. Many of the homes, businesses, and public buildings have been beautifully restored to their pre-expulsion condition, attracting increasing numbers of visitors of both Mormon and non-Mormon faiths. The historical implications of the events that took place there, and the insights they can give into the character and motivation of Mormonism under Joseph Smith have enduring significance..."

; 6" x 9"; 264 pages; 0879050144

Title: NAUVOO - The City of Joseph

Author Name: Miller, David E

Categories: Other,

Publisher: Santa Barbara And Salt Lake City, Peregrine Smith, Inc.: 1974

Binding: Hardcover

Condition: Very Good in Fair Dust Jacket

Seller ID: 27349

Keywords: Joseph Smith Mormon LDS Nauvoo The City Of Joseph David E. Miller Della S. Miller,