Historical Atlas of Mormonism
S. Kent Brown, Donald Q. Cannon, Richard H. Jackson
Simon & Schuster, 1994 - Religion - 169 pages
A comprehensive reference source explores the impact of Mormonism on America, especially on the settling of the West, and offers seventy-four sections, each with maps, that describe migration routes, missions centers, population distribution, and much more.
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Northern Ohio Settlements
From Kirtland to Missouri
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