6 edition of Kingdom on the Mississippi Revisited found in the catalog.
Kingdom on the Mississippi Revisited
February 1, 1996
by University of Illinois Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Roger D Launius (Editor), John Hallwas (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||282|
He has also co-edited Differing Visions: Dissenters in Mormon History (University of Illinois Press, ), Cultures in Conflict: A Documentary History of the Mormon War in Illinois (Utah State University Press, ), and Kingdom on the Mississippi Revisited: Nauvoo in Mormon History (University of . The book is filled with legendary characters. There’s Freydis, a feisty Viking woman who, upon finding herself surrounded by hostile Amerindians, pulled out her breast and “slapped” it with.
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Nauvoo: Kingdom on the Mississippi Paperback – July 1, by Robert Bruce Flanders (Author) out of 5 stars 14 ratings See all 6 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsCited by: And what is the larger meaning of the Nauvoo experience for the various inheritors of the legacy of Joseph Smith, Jr.' Kingdom on the Mississippi Revisited includes fourteen thoughtful explanations that represent the most insightful and imaginative work on Mormon Nauvoo published in the last thirty years.
Kingdom on the Mississippi Revisited includes fourteen thoughtful explanations that represent the most insightful and imaginative work on Mormon Nauvoo published in the last thirty years. The range of topics includes the Nauvoo Legion, the Mormon press, the political kingdom of God, the opposition of non-Mormons, the martyrdom of Joseph Smith, and.
Kingdom on the Mississippi Revisited: Nauvoo in Mormon History is an anthology of fourteen essays plus an introduction and a bibliographic essay by the editors. Kingdom on the Mississippi Revisited: Nauvoo in Mormon History Reviewer Donald Q.
Cannon This attractive paperback volume is the creation of two well-known scholars of the Nauvoo period. It constitutes a ready reference to a wide range of articles on Nauvoo in the s.
Nauvoo book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A history of what became a romantic legend about a martyred /5(6). Kingdom on the Mississippi Revisited NAUVOO IN MORMON HISTORY EDITED BY Roger D.
Launius and John E. Hallwas University of Illinois Press URBANA AND CHICAGO. A history of what became a romantic legend about a martyred prophet, a lost city, and religious persecution, this volume tells the story of Nauvoo, the early Mormon Church, and the temporal life of Joseph Smith.
Nauvoo () was a critical period in Mormon history. The climax of Smith's career and the start of Brigham Young's, it was here that Utah really had it's beginnings and that the. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: The significance of Nauvoo for Latter-day Saints / Ronald K.
Esplin --The Nauvoo charter: a reinterpretation / James L. Kimball, JrThe Nauvoo Legion, a unique military organization / Hamilton Gardner --The political kingdom of God as a cause of Mormon. Find Champlin on the Mississippi Revisited by Champlin Historical Society.
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Review of: Kingdom on the Mississippi Revisited: Nauvoo in Mormon History. Launius, Roger D. and Hallwas, John E., ed. Nauvoo-Kingdom on the Mississippi. Reviewer LaMar C.
Berrett. This book is based on a doctoral dissertation written for the University of Wisconsin. At present, the author is an associate professor of history at the Reorganized Latter Day Saints Church's Graceland College in Lamoni, Iowa.
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Kingdom of the Cults (The) Kingdom on the Mississippi Revisited: Nauvoo in Mormon History; Know What You Believe; Know Why You Believe; Knowing God; L. Last Pioneer (The): John Taylor, a Mormon Prophet; LDS Apostle Confesses Brigham Young Taught Adam-God Doctrine; Leaving Mormonism: Why Four Scholars Changed Their Minds.
Vigorous study of the early Mormon settlement in Illinois, linking its founding to a rising anti-democratic tradition. Park (History/Sam Houston State Univ.; American Nationalisms: Imagining Union in the Age of Revolutions, etc.) joins the history of Mormonism—a term used throughout the book but one that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints seems to be.
OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages: illustrations, map (on lining papers) portraits ; 24 cm: Contents: 'The land of our exile, the State of Illinois' --'To build up a city': the Nauvoo gathering --'From the islands of the sea': the British mission and the gathering --A kingdom of this world: government and the military --A kingdom of this world: the land business --A kingdom of.
In ‘Kingdom of Nauvoo,’ historian Benjamin E. Park has a wild story to tell. The Mormons’ sojourn in Nauvoo, Ill., along the banks of the Mississippi River, is one of the grand, underappreciated. Mississippi is still plagued by racial problems, which have changed the state's alignment in national politics.
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Meanwhile, France maintained control of the Louisiana colony until when it lost the Seven Years' War to the United Kingdom of Great Britain. At the Paris Conference inall of Louisiana east of the Mississippi River, except the Isle of Orleans, went to Great Britain.In this spirit, Robert Flanders, a professor at the RLDS-affiliated Graceland College, published Nauvoo: Kingdom on the Mississippi in The book presented controversies, like Joseph Smith's polygamy, that were in contrast to faith-promoting teachings of the RLDS Church, and brought a backlash from some RLDS members.Mississippians is a coffee-table book featuring the most famous and notable individuals from the state of Mississippi from Elvis, Oprah and Faulkner to the little-known Mississippians living extraordinary lives.
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