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" Nanvoo was laid out on a very extensive plan, and many of the houses were handsome structures. The great Mormon Temple, an object of attraction, and seen very distinctly from the river, was 128 feet long, 88 feet wide, and 65 feet high to the top of the... "
Appleton's northern and eastern traveller's guide - Page 49
by Wellington Williams - 1850
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Appletons' new and complete United States guide book for travellers ...

Wellington Williams - Transportation - 1851
...surface, which, with the plain at its summit, is sufficient for the erection of an immense city. Nauvoo was laid out on a very extensive plan, and many of...assemblage of 3,000 persons. It was built of compact, polishea limestone, obtained on the spot, resembling marble. The architecture, although of a mixed...
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The garden of the world, or, The great West: its history, its wealth, its ...

C. W. Dana - Northwest, Old - 1856 - 396 pages
...inhabitants. The Mormon Temple was a building without a peer in the west. It was 128 feet long, 88 feet wide, 65 feet high to the top of the cornice, and 163 feet to the' top of the cupola. It was built of polished limestone, which resembled marble, and its architecture was Doric. It could accommodate...
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AMERICAN TRAVEL

T. ADDISON RICHARDS - 1857
...surface, which, with the plain at its summit, is sufficient for the erection of an immense city. Nauvoo was laid out on a very extensive plan, and many of...cornice, and 163 feet to the top of the cupola. It would accommodate an assemblage of 3,000 persons. It was built of compact, polished limestone, obtained...
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The Great West, Or The Garden of the World: Its History, Its Wealth, Its ...

C. W. Dana, Thomas Hart Benton - California - 1861 - 396 pages
...inhabitants. Tho Mormon Temple was a building without a peer in the west. It was 128 feet long, 88 feet wide, 65 feet high to the top of the cornice, and 163 feet to the top of the cupola. It was built of polished limestone, which resembled marble, and its architecture was Doric. It could accommodate...
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Our whole country

John Warner Barber, Henry Howe - United States - 1861
...Mormon Temple — the remains of which are still, by far, the most conspicuous object in the place — was 128 feet long, 88 feet wide, and 65 feet high to the cornice, and 163 feet to the top of the cupola. It would accommodate an assemblage of 3,000 persons....
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THE LOYAL WEST IN THE Times of the Rebellion; ALSO, BEFORE AND SINCE: BRING ...

JOHN W. BARBER - 1865
...Mormon Temple—the remains of which are still, by far, the most conspicuous object in the place—was 128 feet long. 88 feet wide, and 65 feet high to the cornice, and 163 feet to the top of the cupola. It would accommodate an assemblage of 3,000 persons....
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ALL THE WESTERN STATES AND TERRITORIES

JOHN W. BARBER - 1867
...Mormon Temple—the remains of which are still, by far, the most conspicuous object in the place—was 128 feet long. 88 feet wide, and 65 feet high to the corIt is believed that Capt. White erected the first building in the place, a log cabin near the river,...
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