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Nauvoo (IL)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

A Proclamation

 Item
Identifier: MSS-441

Farr Family Documents

 Item
Identifier: MSS-230
Scope and Contents Brigham Young letter to Lorin Farr, 1860. Elijah Freeman letter, 1820. Elijah Freeman letter, 1821. Lorin Farr’s pass. Heber C. Kimball letter to Brother Dana, 1850. Joseph Fielding Smith letter to Lorin Farr, 1906. Nauvoo Deed signed by Joseph Smith. Telegraph letter from Brigham Young to Lorin Farr and Chauncey West, 1866. Four page account from Lorin...
Dates: 1821 - 1906

Jonathan Browning Houses and Workshops

 Item
Identifier: MSS-189
Scope and Contents Brochure by Nauvoo Restoration, Inc. titled “The Jonathan Browning Houses and

Workshops.” Included is a color photograph postcard of the Jonathan Browning Home and

Gunshop in Nauvoo, Illinois.
Dates: Other: Date Not Yet Determined

Nauvoo Affidavits and Certificates

 Item
Identifier: MSS-291
Scope and Contents Re-composed copy of a broadsheet issued in 1842 by the Times and Seasons of

Nauvoo, Illinois. The original document has ink showing through one side to the other, making it

difficult to read. It is also a rare document available only at the LDS Historical Department in

Salt Lake City and the Beinecke Library at Yale University. The current facsimile has been re-

typeset for clarity and distribution.
Dates: 1842

Nauvoo High Council Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MSS-3
Overview Circular concerning the decision to send a company of pioneers from Nauvoo to settle a valley in the Rocky Mountains. The decision was determined on January 20, 1846 with the move being planned for early March, 1846.
Dates: Other: Date Not Yet Determined

The George W. Taggart Manuscript Collection

 File
Identifier: MSS-14
Overview The collection contains a Xerox copy of a typescript of a journal written by George W. Taggart,

1846-1847 of his journey from Nauvoo, Illinois with the Mormon Battalion. The journal starts

February 17, 1846. Original vocabulary, spelling, and punctuation maintained. The collection

also contains copies of four personal letters written while in the Mormon Battalion from George

Taggart to his wife, Fanny.
Dates: Other: Date Not Yet Determined