Nightfall at Nauvoo

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Macmillan, 1971 - Mormon Church - 403 pages
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User Review  - TomVeal - LibraryThing

Though written by a faithful Mormon, this account of his denomination's early sojourn in Illinois (1839-1846) doesn't gloss over its unattractive, even bizarre, features. The "prophet" Joseph Smith ... Read full review

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User Review  - Andre - Goodreads

A person reading this novel, by the grandson of LDS President John Taylor, will learn more factual history of Nauvoo than though reading almost any other volume of Mormon history. For what it is worth ... Read full review

Contents

Nauvoo the Beautiful
18
Elder Smith Goes to Washington
32
Joab
51
Copyright

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